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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

HILLMAN

Home ] Up ] RANGER ] ELIZABETH SMITH ] GENERAL BEACH ] KATHERINE ] Pump Boat 25 ] [ HILLMAN ] JOHN F KLEIN ] LUKE McLUKE ] WINFREDE ] TRANSPORTER ] LABELLE ] OLD RELIABLE ] HECLA ] Barges 92 & 87 ] NATIONAL ] BRONX ] PLYMOUTH ] Pump Boat 29 ] Barges 41 & 105 ] CRUISER ] Barge 320 ] Pump Boat 80 ] C. S. PEARCY ] VICTORY ] Houseboat ] Dredge CENTRAL ] Barge 312 ] Pump Boat 30 ] KEYSTONE DREDGE # 4 ] HIBERNIA ] LUZERNE ] RELIANCE ] CITY OF PITTSBURGH ] MONONGAHELA ] CROWNHILL & Showboat GOLDENROD ] D. A. NISBET ] G. W. McBRIDE ] Airship Los Angeles ] DON BIRMINGHAM ] W.L. McKINNEY ] C. W. TALBOT ] A. O. ACKARD ] DONORA ] EDGAR THOMSON ] MONGAH ] REZISTAL ]

 

 

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Photo from collection of Monongahela River Buffs  Close up of two boats  Close up of Steamer HILLMAN

The photo above is titled Steamers HILLMAN and HECLA, as noted in the first photo.  JW wrote in his journal that the Steamer HILLMAN was at the Elizabeth Marine Ways on two different occasions, to tow other boats away, these two dates are June 20, 1920 and November 8, 1920.

Close up of Steamer "HECLA"

This close up of the Steamer HECLA shows the name to be ACTIVE.  Hillman Company bought the Steamer ACTIVE during March 1918 and changed the name to HECLA during June 1918, this photo apparently was taken between March and June 1918.

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