Leonard J. Barr II Collection
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1891
  
  • E.B. BARTLETT (1891, Whaleback)
        ...; Dimensions (LBD): 255' x 38' x 24' ; 1891 Owned American Steel Barge Co 1900...
      ...; Dimensions (LBD): 255' x 38' x 24' ; 1891 Owned American ...
  • CITY OF PARIS (1891, Bulk Freighter)
        ... Apr 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 298' x 41' x 21' ; 1891 Owned James Davidson...
      ... Apr 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 298' x 41' x 21' ; 1891 ...
  • BRITON (1891, Bulk Freighter)
        ... 24.6' ; 1891 Owned Menominee Transit Co 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship (U.S...
      ... 24.6' ; 1891 Owned Menominee Transit Co 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship ...
  • CORUNNA (1891, Package Freighter)
        ... 21' ; 1891 Owned in Great Britian 1906 Owned Canadian Lake & Ocean Line...
      ... 21' ; 1891 Owned in Great Britian 1906 Owned Canadian Lake ...
  • GRIFFIN (1891, Bulk Freighter)
        ...; Dimensions (LBD): 266' x 38' x 23' ; 1891 Owned Lake Superior Iron Co (W.D. Rees...
      ...; Dimensions (LBD): 266' x 38' x 23' ; 1891 Owned Lake ...
  • IBERIA (1891, Package Freighter)
        ...): 147' x 25' x 19' ; 1891 Owned Norwegian interests 1904 Owned Merritt...
      ...): 147' x 25' x 19' ; 1891 Owned Norwegian interests 1904 ...
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Leonard J. Barr II Collection


Leonard J. Barr II of St. Clair, Michigan, worked in the finance industry by profession, but his passion was preserving Great Lakes shipping history with an emphasis of the 20th Century. His collection consists of approximately 30,000 vessel photographs, negatives, slides, and glass plates, as well as hundreds of books, journals, and other ephemera relating to Great Lakes Maritime History. Much of the information provided for each vessel came from Mr. Barr's own research. Mrs. Ellen Barr donated the collection to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Research Collection in September 2017.