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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

February 1918

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February 5, 1918 to March 2, 1918


 

Steamer W.C. Jutte Docked Tuesday February 5, 1918 for extensive repairs. Grant Wall is Capt. She belongs to the Keystone Sand Company

Tug Mike Doughtery Docked Wednesday February 6, 1918 for repairs to sheet iron and rudder post

Tuesday February 5th coldest day of the Winter   14 degrees below zero     warmer on the 6th and 7th - 1918

Fine weather February 10-11-12-13-14   1918

Steamer Enterprise Docked Wednesday February 13, 1918   all her forward hog chains broke by to heavy coaling   they almost lost her this time   Wm. Shaw Capt.

Steamer Conqueror - Beacon and Active all Docked February and March 1918   repairing sheet iron and Rudder Knockers after wearing them out in heavy ice

I am laying down floor plan for new forard body for W.C. Jutte       Saturday March 1, 1918

Steamer Robert Jenkins sunk in the heavy ice January 28, 1918    Capt. Wm. Shaw managed to get her almost to shore just below the old H. & R. tipple

Fine weather March 2, 1918   the Robins are here   this weather is fine to March 27, 1918

February 5, 1918 to March 2, 1918

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