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Steamboat Building   in Elizabeth, PA

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

JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS

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Steamer JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS  JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS   Steamer JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS 

  Steamer JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS photo from Mississippi Stern Wheelers Number 1

The Steamer JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS visited the Elizabeth Marine Ways several times during early 1911, including February 25, 1911.

 

Steamer SPRAGUE and JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS are together  Photo from collection of Capt. Robert Eberhart Close up of JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS  

Ways Towboat Directory writes that the JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS was the "daddy of 'em all in the coal towing business until the SPRAGUE was built."   The photo above shows these two boats together, with a close up of the WILLIAMS on the right, Visit the page of the SPRAGUE to see the close up of this boat.

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