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Media Types    Geographic Location Duluth   Item type(s) Correspondence or Postcards or Illustrations  
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  • Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor
    Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor
    image  c1920     "Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor"Reverse: "Published by Duluth Photo Engraving Co., Duluth, Minn. Made in U.S.A." "C. T. American Art" "R-64163"
    image  c1920   "Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor"Reverse: "Published by Duluth Photo Engraving Co., Duluth, Minn. Made in U.S.A." "C. T. American Art" "R-64163"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905
    S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905
    image  1905     S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905 during the worst storm ever seen on Lake Superior" "Gross Ton 4840 Length 430 feet Width 50 feet Depth 25 feet Built 1899"
    image  1905   S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905 during the worst storm ever seen on Lake Superior" "Gross Ton 4840 Length 430 feet Width 50 feet Depth 25 feet Built 1899"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal
    Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal
    image  1905     "Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal in effort to make the harbor during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men were lost from this vessel." "No. 353, V.O. Hammond Pub. Co., Minneapolis and Chicago"
    image  1905   "Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal in effort to make the harbor during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men were lost from this ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves
    Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves
    image  1905     "Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves after being wrecked in the effort to make the harbor of Duluth during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men wee lost from this vessel." "No. 358, V.O. Hammond Pub. Co., Minneapolis and Chicago"
    image  1905   "Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves after being wrecked in the effort to make the harbor of Duluth during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men wee ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor, Duluth, Minn.
    Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor, Duluth, Minn.
    image  c1930     "Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor, Duluth, Minn."Reverse: "Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor""Through this narrow canal, entrance to the Duluth-Superior Harbor, annually passes more freight tonnage than is handled by any other American port excepting that of New York City. Iron ore from the great iron ranges lying to the north of Duluth, ...
    image  c1930   "Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor, Duluth, Minn."Reverse: "Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor""Through this narrow canal, entrance to the Duluth-Superior Harbor, annually passes more freight tonnage than is handled by any other American ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Noronic
    Noronic
    image  c1930     Divided back. Postally unused
    image  c1930   Divided back. Postally unused
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Launching the Steamer, Edward Y. Townsend (The largest steamer on fresh water), Superior, Wis.
    Launching the Steamer, Edward Y. Townsend (The largest steamer on fresh water), Superior, Wis.
    image  1907     "Launching the Steamer, Edward Y. Townsend (The largest steamer on fresh water), Superior, Wis."Reverse: "Made expressly for S. H. KnoxCo. Germany"
    image  1907   "Launching the Steamer, Edward Y. Townsend (The largest steamer on fresh water), Superior, Wis."Reverse: "Made expressly for S. H. KnoxCo. Germany"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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