C. Patrick Labadie Collection


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  • MANITOU (1903, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 107140; Dimensions (LBD): 137' 2" x 24' 2" x 9' 1" ; 1913 Owned Dominion Transportation Co. 1913, Feb 1 Burned, Owen Sound, ONT, Lake Huron; sank. 1913, Apr Wrecked & repaired. 1930 Owned Booth Fisheries Canada Co., Ltd., Chicago, IL.
    Ship     Official No.: 107140; Dimensions (LBD): 137' 2" x 24' 2" x 9' 1" ; 1913 Owned Dominion Transportation Co. 1913, Feb 1 Burned, Owen Sound, ONT, Lake Huron; sank. 1913, ...
  • GYPSY (1902, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 112180; Dimensions (LBD): 39' x 8' x 3'
    Ship     Official No.: 112180; Dimensions (LBD): 39' x 8' x 3'
  • DOVILLE, R.E. (1905, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: MASSEY, D.;CUNNINGHAM, H.B.;STEVEN, H.; Official No.: 201815; Final Date: 1993; Dimensions (LBD): 120.5' x 27.5' x 7' ; 1915 120.42 x 28 x 7.16', 102 gross / 69 net tons. 1941 Owned Mount Clemens Coal & Dock Co, Mount Clemens, MI. 1942 Reduced to barge, 128 gross tons. ...
    Ship     Other Names: MASSEY, D.;CUNNINGHAM, H.B.;STEVEN, H.; Official No.: 201815; Final Date: 1993; Dimensions (LBD): 120.5' x 27.5' x 7' ; 1915 120.42 x 28 x 7.16', 102 gross / 69 ...
  • MITCHELL, FORESTER (1909, Barge)
    Ship       Other Names: TYDOL;W.H. WALES JR.; Official No.: 206253; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 142' x 32' x 12.25' ; 1918 Owned East Jersey Railroad & Terminal Co, New York, NY; managed by American Transportation Co; renamed TYDOL. 1924 Owned Atlantic Creosoting & Wood Preserver Works, New York, NY; renamed W.H.WALES, ...
    Ship     Other Names: TYDOL;W.H. WALES JR.; Official No.: 206253; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 142' x 32' x 12.25' ; 1918 Owned East Jersey Railroad & Terminal Co, New York, NY; ...
  • ALZORA (pre1908, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Final Date: 20 Jul 1908; 1908, Jul 20 Burned; owned Louis Thibert, Belle River, ONT.; Final Location: 2 1/2 miles off Bay Port, MI, Saginaw Bay. Lake Huron., Burned.
    Ship     Final Date: 20 Jul 1908; 1908, Jul 20 Burned; owned Louis Thibert, Belle River, ONT.; Final Location: 2 1/2 miles off Bay Port, MI, Saginaw Bay. Lake Huron., Burned.
  • MISSISIQUOI (1903, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 112279; Dimensions (LBD): 87.3' x 20.9' x 5.4' ; 1911 Readmeasured 88.2 x 20.9 x 6', 151 gross/93 net tons.
    Ship     Official No.: 112279; Dimensions (LBD): 87.3' x 20.9' x 5.4' ; 1911 Readmeasured 88.2 x 20.9 x 6', 151 gross/93 net tons.
  • COLUMBIA (1902, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Official No.: 127665; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 45' x 18' ; 1902, May 10 Launched; ran Detroit - Bois Blanc Island. 1930 Owned Detroit & Windsor Ferry Co., Detroit, MI. 1951, Apr Repairs. 1960 Owned Bob-Lo Co., Detroit, MI. 1991, Nov Retired; sold to Baja Beach Nightclub Co. 1991, Nov ...
    Ship     Official No.: 127665; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 45' x 18' ; 1902, May 10 Launched; ran Detroit - Bois Blanc Island. 1930 Owned Detroit & Windsor Ferry Co., Detroit, MI. ...
  • NORTHWESTERN (1900, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: FEDERAL; Official No.: 130908; Final Date: 30 Apr 1942; Dimensions (LBD): 242' x 42.2' x 23.2' ; 1902 Went to Atlantic Ocean service. 1904 Made a tanker; 2207 gross tons. 1905 Owned Texas Co, Port Arthur, TX. 1920, Feb 11 Burned, Port Neches, TX. 1921 Rebuilt & lengthened; ...
    Ship     Other Names: FEDERAL; Official No.: 130908; Final Date: 30 Apr 1942; Dimensions (LBD): 242' x 42.2' x 23.2' ; 1902 Went to Atlantic Ocean service. 1904 Made a tanker; 2207 ...
  • KENNEBEC (1901, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 161178; Dimensions (LBD): 243.42' x 43.42' x 24' ; 1913 - 1915 Owned American Shipping Co., Belfast, ME. 1915 - 1921 Owned Seaboard & Gulf Steamship Co., New York, NY. 1921, Jun 18 Foundered 30 miles off Barnegat Light, New Jersey, after springing leak on voyage New York ...
    Ship     Official No.: 161178; Dimensions (LBD): 243.42' x 43.42' x 24' ; 1913 - 1915 Owned American Shipping Co., Belfast, ME. 1915 - 1921 Owned Seaboard & Gulf Steamship Co., New ...
  • H.C.M. # 17 (1904, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: MORRISBURG;MARJOLAINE II; Official No.: 130415; Dimensions (LBD): 84.5' x 27.5' x 8.4' ; 1926 Owned Morrisburg Waddington Transportation Co, Ltd, Ottawa, ONT; renamed MORRISBURG, converted to passenger & auto ferry. 1957 Owned Romeo Lavoie, La Petite Riviere, St. Joseph, QUE. 1958 Converted to freighter, 181 gross / 97 ...
    Ship     Other Names: MORRISBURG;MARJOLAINE II; Official No.: 130415; Dimensions (LBD): 84.5' x 27.5' x 8.4' ; 1926 Owned Morrisburg Waddington Transportation Co, Ltd, Ottawa, ONT; renamed MORRISBURG, converted to passenger & ...
  • JUNIOR (1906, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: SCOW NO. 73; Dimensions (LBD): 142' 3" x 33' 6" x 10' 4" ; Date unknown Owned Lake Shore Sand & Gravel Co. 1915, May 9 Ran on breakwall at Cleveland, OH, wrecked. Date unknown Hulk removed & abandoned, machinery removed, hull sold to G.L.D. & D. Co.; ...
    Ship     Other Names: SCOW NO. 73; Dimensions (LBD): 142' 3" x 33' 6" x 10' 4" ; Date unknown Owned Lake Shore Sand & Gravel Co. 1915, May 9 Ran on ...
  • CHEQUAMEGON (1903, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Other Names: PERE MARQUETTE 7;ROBERT C. PRINGLE; Official No.: 127764; Final Date: 19 Jun 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 22.4' x 9.6' ; Ran Ashland, WI - Apostle Islands replacing smaller PLOW BOY. 1903, Jun 13 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI, new vessel. 1903, Jun 23 Enrolled Marquette, MI; same owners. 1904 ...
    Ship     Other Names: PERE MARQUETTE 7;ROBERT C. PRINGLE; Official No.: 127764; Final Date: 19 Jun 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 22.4' x 9.6' ; Ran Ashland, WI - Apostle Islands replacing ...
  • COOK, BOB (1907, Scow)
    Ship       Official No.: 163163; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 99' x 28' x 7.5' ; 1911, Mar 7 Owned John Shroeden Lumber Co., Milwaukee, WI. 1927, Jan 17 Owned N. Demars & Co., Bayfield, WI. 1929, Dec 26 Owned Napoleon Demars & H.J. Wachsmuth. 1938 Abandoned.; Original Owner: E.F. England & ...
    Ship     Official No.: 163163; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 99' x 28' x 7.5' ; 1911, Mar 7 Owned John Shroeden Lumber Co., Milwaukee, WI. 1927, Jan 17 Owned N. Demars ...
  • HILL, JAMES J. (1900, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 77409; Final Date: 1963; Dimensions (LBD): 478' x 52' x 30' ; 1900, Feb Launched at Lorain, OH. 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Cleveland, OH. 1916, Jun 27 Sunk Canadian steamer PANTHER in fog, Whitefish Bay, Lake Superior. 1922 Same owner, reconstructed, readmeasured 6025 gross & 4578 net ...
    Ship     Official No.: 77409; Final Date: 1963; Dimensions (LBD): 478' x 52' x 30' ; 1900, Feb Launched at Lorain, OH. 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Cleveland, OH. 1916, Jun 27 ...
  • MINNETONKA (1901, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: SANTA MARIA; Official No.: 93224; Final Date: 25 Feb 1918; Dimensions (LBD): 430' x 43.58' x 33' ; 1906 Owned Sun Company, Philadelphia, PA; converted to a tank vessel, 5318 gross & 3346 net tons; taken to coast in two sections & rejoined. ; Original Owner: American Navigation ...
    Ship     Other Names: SANTA MARIA; Official No.: 93224; Final Date: 25 Feb 1918; Dimensions (LBD): 430' x 43.58' x 33' ; 1906 Owned Sun Company, Philadelphia, PA; converted to a tank ...
  • NAU, GLADYS (1900, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: CONSTITUTION; Official No.: 86507; Final Date: 1931; Dimensions (LBD): 72' x 16.5' x 9' ; 1900, May 28 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1900, Jul 21 Received new 6'8" propeller. 1902, Aug 29 Owned Independent Towing Co, Buffalo, NY. 1903 Renamed CONSTITUTION; in Great Lakes Towing Co. fleet. 1904, Jan ...
    Ship     Other Names: CONSTITUTION; Official No.: 86507; Final Date: 1931; Dimensions (LBD): 72' x 16.5' x 9' ; 1900, May 28 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1900, Jul 21 Received new 6'8" propeller. ...
  • MURPHY, SIMON J. (1900, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 116987; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 435.5' x 51.5' x 28.5' ; 1900, Jun 24 Launched. 1903 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Duluth, MN. 1906, Apr 20 Sunk, St. Mary's River, with iron ore; raised. 1922 Reconstructed at Conneaut, OH; reboilered, 2 scotch boilers, 14'6", 10'6", 180 pounds steam, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 116987; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 435.5' x 51.5' x 28.5' ; 1900, Jun 24 Launched. 1903 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Duluth, MN. 1906, Apr 20 Sunk, St. ...
  • NEFF, CHARLES S. (1901, Steambarge)
    Ship       Other Names: SERPENTINE; GABINO; CARROLL, WESTON M.; SAN PEDRO; Official No.: 127547; Final Date: 1955; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 38' x 11.6' ; 1901, Jun 5 Launched. 1906, May 26 Aground Amherstburg, Detroit River, coal laden; released. 1917 Owned A.B. Mackay, New York, NY. 1918 Owned James McDonald, NY. 1918 ...
    Ship     Other Names: SERPENTINE; GABINO; CARROLL, WESTON M.; SAN PEDRO; Official No.: 127547; Final Date: 1955; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 38' x 11.6' ; 1901, Jun 5 Launched. 1906, May 26 ...
  • OTONABEE (1907)
    Ship       Original Owner: Otonabee Navigation Company
    Ship     Original Owner: Otonabee Navigation Company
  • ORION (1901, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: WESEE; Official No.: 155401; Final Date: 12 Nov 1923; Dimensions (LBD): 282.6' x 42.2' x 18.1' ; 1903, Apr 13 Tonnage change 2,283 gross/ 1,590 net tons. 1906, Nov Grounded North Point, Lake Michigan. 1913, Mar Burned & sank, Hurlbut Coal Dock, Green Bay, WI. 1916, Oct Raised ...
    Ship     Other Names: WESEE; Official No.: 155401; Final Date: 12 Nov 1923; Dimensions (LBD): 282.6' x 42.2' x 18.1' ; 1903, Apr 13 Tonnage change 2,283 gross/ 1,590 net tons. 1906, ...
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C. Patrick Labadie Collection


The Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is an unusual one and reputed to be one of the finest in the country regarding Great Lakes Maritime History. It represents one of the largest single repositories of historical material concerning 19th Century Great Lakes vessels in existence. Mr. Pat Labadie compiled much of this collection over the course of 40 years, with a deliberate goal of indexing every vessel to sail the lakes between 1800 and 1900. The collection has since grown to over 30,000 vessel images and data on approximately 14,000 individual vessels. This makes Alpena one of only a few sites in the country that has a collection of this magnitude. Mr. Labadie donated his collection to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary & Underwater Preserve. The collection is housed at the Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library.