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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

CLIPPER

Home ] Up ] FALLIE ] COAL CITY ] PACIFIC NO. 2 ] ACORN ] JIM WOOD ] VOLUNTEER ] DAVE WOOD ] THE LEADER ] [ CLIPPER ] CHARLES BROWN ] JAMES MOREN ] MARINER ] HORNET NO. 2 ] MAYFLOWER ] ROBERT JENKINS ] JAMES G. BLAINE ] Scows ] DEFENDER ] CHARLEY HOOK ] WINNIFRED ] MAGGIE ] T. J. WOOD ] I. N. BUNTON No. 2 ] HARRY P. JONES ] TOM LYSLE ]

 

 

 

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Photo of Steamer CLIPPER taken about 1910 is from the S&D Reflector June 2002   Photo from collection of William Fels  

The Steamer CLIPPER is mentioned numerous times by JW in his journal.  The first mention is May 26, 1900.  On October 26, 1907 she is at the Elizabeth Marine Ways after sinking. On February 21, 1912  JW works for 22 (hours) making repairs to her wheel. During December 1915 the CLIPPER is in the boneyard and parts are being used on newer boats.

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