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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

January 1910

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January 26, 1910 to February 17, 1910


 

Steamer James Moren docked, Tom Moren Captain,  Wednesday January 26, 1910   sunk at Dam # 5 Ohio River having hit the guide wall  repaired a large hole in her Lar. side   in Monday January 31, 1910

Steamer Raymond Horner docked - Wednesday February 2, 1910 for rebuilding  chimneys are knocked down  struck the bridge on her way up at Turtle Creek.  Details in my small book

Steamer Exporter in February 5, 1910 for two rudder stocks and Main tiller   J. Morgan Foreman

Friday February 11, 1910 - Snowed 12 1/2 inches

New Pitman for Steamer Tom Dodsworth  22' x 22' x 42' for new Jaws on aft end.

February 16, 1910  Rain and Snow all day

February 16, 1910  L. Lambert and F. Wunderlich turned in

River running Ice and rising  February 16, 1910

Sleet and rain all night  February 16, 1910

Sleet - rain and snow all day  Thursday February 17, 1910

Wilcoxen, J. Reed & Packard finished Pitman for Dodsworth

Have the following on Steamer Raymond Horner:                      J.W. Lynch  Foreman - W. Kassler - R. McQuawn - W. Zimmerman - Wm M. Lynch - Wm Dyer - H. McCleary - F. Young - Van Wiegel - H. Winterburn - G.F. Neely - F. Wunderlich - W. Packard - H. Wilcoxen - J. Reed - J. McClure - Max Taylor - L. Curry - A. McQuawn - Robert Murphy struck 8 months went to work March 1, 1910

January 26, 1910 to February 17, 1910

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