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  • CLARK, ALVIN (1846 - 47, Schooner)
        Official No.: 3985; Final Date: May 1994; Dimensions (LBD): 105' 8" x 24' 4" x 9' 4" ; Built to carry salt from Buffalo & Oswego, NY; carrying preserved fish down lake. 1850 Sold to G.W. Bissell of Detroit. 1856, Mar Owned William Higgie, Racine, WI. 1861 Large repairs. 1864, ...
      Official No.: 3985; Final Date: May 1994; Dimensions (LBD): 105' 8" x ...
  • NORGOMA (1950, Propeller)
        Official No.: 190429; Dimensions (LBD): 180.25' x 36' x 21.33' ; Last passenger vessel built with overnight sleeping cabins on Great Lakes. 1950 - 64 Five day round trips from Owen Sound, ONT to Sault Ste. Marie, ONT. 1963 Operated as car ferry between Tobermory, ONT & South Baymouth, ONT. ...
      Official No.: 190429; Dimensions (LBD): 180.25' x 36' x 21.33' ; Last ...
  • NORISLE (1946, Propeller)
        Official No.: 176112; Dimensions (LBD): 203.25' x 36' x 14.75' ; Original Owner: Dominion & Owen Sound Transportation Co, Ltd.
      Official No.: 176112; Dimensions (LBD): 203.25' x 36' x 14.75' ; Original ...
  • ROONEY, WILLIAM E. (1872-73, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 80401; Final Date: 1942; Dimensions (LBD): 40.8' x 12.7' x 4.2' ; 1874 4'4" x 8'; 100# steam; firebox boiler built Brennan Works, Detroit, MI. 1876 Owned M.J. Wilcox, Toledo, OH. 1899 Owned Lafayette S. Sullivan, Toledo. 1903, Dec 15 Rebuilt. 1908 C116487; 40.8 x 12.7 x 4.2; ...
      Official No.: 80401; Final Date: 1942; Dimensions (LBD): 40.8' x 12.7' x ...
  • THIRD MICHIGAN (1868-69, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 24829; Final Date: 1932; Dimensions (LBD): 66' x 14' x 7' ; 1877 Rebuilt; may be when firebox boiler 5'6" x 11'6", 95psi, Turnbull Boiler Works, Muskegon, 1876 was installed. 1887 Repaired 1893 Owned Nelson O. Spencer, Muskegon. 1897 Owned George A. Hart, Manistee, MI. 1902 Owned Louis ...
      Official No.: 24829; Final Date: 1932; Dimensions (LBD): 66' x 14' x ...
  • CROATAN ( Propeller)
        Other Names: WENONAH; Official No.: 4919; Final Date: 1929; 1917, Jul 16 Enrolled Erie, PA; renamed WENONAH. 1929 Lost.
      Other Names: WENONAH; Official No.: 4919; Final Date: 1929; 1917, Jul 16 ...
  • QUEBEC (1928, Passenger Steamer)
        Official No.: 153450; Final Date: Aug 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 350.16' x 70' x 18.66' ; 1950, Aug 15 Caught fire 10 miles above Tadoussac, ONT, St. Lawrence River; made Tadoussac dock, burned to total loss; six lives lost; towed, Sorel, QUE.; Original Owner: Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.; Final Location: Sorel, ...
      Official No.: 153450; Final Date: Aug 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 350.16' x 70' ...
  • TADOUSAC (1928, Propeller)
        Other Names: PASSENGER 2;ST. LAWRENCE; Official No.: 153447; Dimensions (LBD): 350' x 70.16' x 18.66' ; 1928 Passenger vessel. 1961, Aug 30 Damaged in collision with Cunard liner CORINTHA on St. Lawrence River. 1966, Jun 9 Owned Joseph de Smedt, Antwerp, Belgium as scrap with PASSENGER 3 (ex RICHEIEU). 1967, ...
      Other Names: PASSENGER 2;ST. LAWRENCE; Official No.: 153447; Dimensions (LBD): 350' x ...
  • IMPERIAL (1906 / 1907, Steamer)
        Official No.: 121945; Final Date: 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 41.9' x 7.6' ; Final Location: Midland. Georgian Bay. Lake Huron, Scrapped.
      Official No.: 121945; Final Date: 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 200' x 41.9' x ...
  • ST. LAWRENCE (1927, Propeller)
        Other Names: PASSENGER 1; Official No.: 153438; Dimensions (LBD): 329.8' x 68.1' x 17.9' ; 1927 Ran Montreal to Bagotville 1966 Renamed PASSENGER 1; owned Joseph de Smedt 1966, July 15 Arrived Antwerp, Belgium for scrapping in tow of German tug ROBBEN PLATE; Original Owner: Canada Steamship Lines, Limited
      Other Names: PASSENGER 1; Official No.: 153438; Dimensions (LBD): 329.8' x 68.1' ...
  • FRASER, JEAN (1926, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 116490; Final Date: 1951; Dimensions (LBD): 75.33' x 21.42' x 7.5' ; 1939 Owned Pine Ridge Navigation Co., Ltd., Windsor, ONT. 1941 Owned United Towing & Salvage Co., Ltd., Montreal, QUE. 1951 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Wallaceburg Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd.
      Official No.: 116490; Final Date: 1951; Dimensions (LBD): 75.33' x 21.42' x ...
  • ERIKSON, LEIF (1926, Other)
  • YOUNG, AMARANTH (1925, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 67' 2" x 19' 6" x 5' 10" ; 1825 Enrolled new, Portland. 1826 Temporarily registered, Detroit, MI; May 23 enrolled Portland; owned Judah W. Ransom. 1829-34 Five enrollments, Buffalo, NY. 1829, May 14 Owned George B. Webster, Davis Heacocle & Aaron Root. 1830, May 1 Same owner, ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 67' 2" x 19' 6" x 5' 10" ; 1825 ...
  • BURGESS, ROSE (1924, Barge)
        Official No.: 116489; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 125.3' x 30.2' x 7.3' ; Sand & gravel barge, towed by tug JEAN FRASER. 1925 Rebuilt at Wallaceburg, 175' x 42' x 8'6". 1935 Laid up. 1944 Broken up for scrap.; Original Owner: Wallaceburg Sand & Gravel Co.
      Official No.: 116489; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 125.3' x 30.2' x ...
  • GREATER DETROIT (1924, Steamer)
        Official No.: 223664; Final Date: 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 519' x 58' x 23.7' ; 1924, Aug 26 Ran Detroit, MI - Buffalo, NY; cost $3,500,000; sister ship to GREATER BUFFALO, designed by Frank Kirby.; Original Owner: Detroit & Cleveland Nav. Co.
      Official No.: 223664; Final Date: 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 519' x 58' x ...
  • GREATER BUFFALO (1924, Steamer)
        Other Names: USS SABLE; Official No.: 223663; Final Date: 10 Oct 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 519' x 58' x 23.7' ; 1942, May 8 Converted to air craft carrier, renamed USS SABLE.; Original Owner: Detroit & Cleveland Nav. Co.; Final Location: Hamilton, ONT. Lake Ontario, Dismantled.
      Other Names: USS SABLE; Official No.: 223663; Final Date: 10 Oct 1948; ...
  • WAYNE (1923, Passenger Steamer)
        Official No.: 222835; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x 56.5' x 14.4' ; Used as Detroit River ferry 1942, May 5 Discontinued; laid up, Walkerville, ONT until 1946 1946 Owned Duluth-Superior Steamship Co., MN; ran excursions on St. Louis Bay 1950 Owned Toledo Excursions, Inc., Hollywood, FL; ran excursions Toledo-Lower Maumee Bay ...
      Official No.: 222835; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x 56.5' x 14.4' ; Used ...
  • PITZ, A.H. (1923, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 222872; Dimensions (LBD): 69.66' x 18' x 8.42' ; 1943 Owned Northwood Hard Veneers, Incorporated, Duluth, Minnesota 1944 Owned Walter W. Bowe, Duluth, Minnesota 1946 Owned E.C. Knudsen, Superior, Wisconsin 1947 Owned Knudsen Brothers Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Superior 1950 Abandoned; Original Owner: McMullen & Pitz Construction ...
      Official No.: 222872; Dimensions (LBD): 69.66' x 18' x 8.42' ; 1943 ...
  • WHITE SWAN (1922, Steambarge)
        Official No.: 222237; Final Date: Dec 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 81' x 23' x 7.5' ; 1925 Owned Oriental Mills Transit Co., Manitowoc 1946, Mar 23 Owned J. P. & Richard N. Lyons, Lorain, OH, Lake Huron; lumber trade 1956, Nov 29 Stranded 1956, Dec Broke loose, foundered after 1956, Dec ...
      Official No.: 222237; Final Date: Dec 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 81' x 23' ...
  • LA SALLE (1922, Ferry)
        Other Names: ALMOND (WAGL 177);LA SALLE;MISHMEMAKWA; Official No.: 222332; Dimensions (LBD): 161.5' x 54.75' x 15.75' ; 1922 - 1940 Owned Detroit & Windsor Ferry Co., Detroit, MI. 1940 - 1943 Owned Bob-Lo Steamers, Detroit. 1943 - 1946 Owned U.S.C.G., Washington, D.C., converted to ice breaker & buoy tender by ...
      Other Names: ALMOND (WAGL 177);LA SALLE;MISHMEMAKWA; Official No.: 222332; Dimensions (LBD): 161.5' ...
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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.