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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

A Journal of daily activities at the Elizabeth Marine Ways 1898 to 1925 

August 1912

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August 7, 1912 to September 22, 1912


 

Steamer Tide docked for a rudder Job Wednesday August 7, 1912   back in Wednesday August 21, 1912

U. S. Dredge #2 and Steamer Braddock in the River August 21, 1912 after extensive repairs to each   were Docked July 10, 1912

Steamer Charles Clarke and Rover on the Ways August 1912

The Steamer Iron Sides changed to the W.K. Field after rebuilding   now has new hull and guards and upper parts all repaired.  Harry Fairfield is Captain   Bob Hardesty  Engineer  (details of this work in little book)

Steamer Charles Clarke in the River Wednesday September 4, 1912
Steamer Rover in the River September 5, 1912
Steamer Joseph Walton in the River September 6, 1912

Steamer Jim Brown Docked Monday September 9, 1912

Steamer Bertha Docked September 10, 1912

Steamer Robert Jenkins Docked September 11, 1912
these three boats for general repairs

Steamer Joseph Walton renamed J.A. Donalson   away after extensive repairs  Saturday September 15, 1912

Steamer W.K. Field finished Tuesday September 17, 1912   laid up at the Ways for Scrubing and Painting

Rain all Sunday night September 22, 1912 and Monday 23rd

August 7, 1912 to September 22, 1912

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