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  • Collections: C. Patrick Labadie Collection
  • Decade: 1900-1909
  • VERNON, JUNIOR (1902, Yacht)
        Official No.: 161918; Dimensions (LBD): 70.6' x 13.6' x 7' ; 1912 Owned W.H. Comstock, Brockville, Ontario; Canadian register C107423 1939 Last listed; Original Owner: V.C. Seaver
      Official No.: 161918; Dimensions (LBD): 70.6' x 13.6' x 7' ; 1912 ...
  • ST. JOE (1902, Passenger Steamer)
        Official No.: 112007; Final Date: 20 Aug 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 25' x 7' ; Dates unknown Made a tug, owned Canadian Towing & Wrecking Company 1914, August 20 Burned at Port Arthur, Ontario; Original Owner: J. Servais; Final Location: Port Arthur, Ontario, Lake Superior
      Official No.: 112007; Final Date: 20 Aug 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x ...
  • ROOSEVELT, THEODORE (1906, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 202941; Final Date: May 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 275' 6" x 40' x 23' 4" ; 1906, Spring Launched; ran Chicago, IL - Michigan City, IN. 1916, May 2 Owned Roosevelt Steamship Co., Chicago, IL. 1918, Jun 29 Owned United States Navy Dept. for training. 1919, Jul 22 Owned ...
      Official No.: 202941; Final Date: May 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 275' 6" x ...
  • WOLVIN, A.B. (1900, Package Freighter)
        Other Names: PORTLAND; Official No.: 107563; Final Date: 23 Dec 1916; Dimensions (LBD): 242' x 42' x 26.6' ; 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Company (United States Steel) 1909 Owned Port Huron & Duluth Steamship Company 1910, April 2 Enrollment surrendered, Port Huron "name changed to PORTLAND" 1910 Renamed PORTLAND 1911 ...
      Other Names: PORTLAND; Official No.: 107563; Final Date: 23 Dec 1916; Dimensions ...
  • SHAW, HOWARD L. (1900, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 96524; Final Date: 4 Jul 1969; Dimensions (LBD): 439.5' x 51.4' x 23.9' ; 1901 Owned John Shaw Transit Company, Bay City, Michigan 1902 Owned Donora Iron Mining Company 1905 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Company, United States Steel Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio 1906, May 5 Ran between steamer CORALIA & ...
      Official No.: 96524; Final Date: 4 Jul 1969; Dimensions (LBD): 439.5' x ...
  • SHAMROCK (1905, Fish Tug)
        Official No.: 205796; Dimensions (LBD): 37.3' x 10.7' x 4' ; 1906 Not listed 1925 Owned James J. Martin, St.James, Michigan; 20IHP engine, 37.3 x 11.1 x 4.4', 14 gross tons, built 1908 1927 Abandoned, no detail
      Official No.: 205796; Dimensions (LBD): 37.3' x 10.7' x 4' ; 1906 ...
  • WINNANNA (1907, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: KEENAN; Official No.: 122414; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 91.5' x 20.2' x 10.3' ; 1909, November 19 Burned Tobermory, Ontario, Lake Huron 1910 Rebuilt Owen Sound, Ontario as recovery wreck; 91 x 20.8 x 10', 133 tons, 37.5hp engine; renamed KEENAN; owned Keenan Towing Company, Owen Sound, ...
      Other Names: KEENAN; Official No.: 122414; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 91.5' ...
  • WITT, HERMAN (1903, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 200049; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 11' x 4.9' ; 1903, July 20 Enrolled at Duluth, Minnesota 1915, March 10 Documents surrendered at Duluth, "sold alien"; Original Owner: N.H. Witt
      Official No.: 200049; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 11' x 4.9' ; 1903, ...
  • BAYFIELD (1909, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: BAYFIELD II; Official No.: 206113; Final Date: 1959; Dimensions (LBD): 71.5' x 18' x 9.7' ; 1915 H.J. Wachsmuth, Bayfield, WI (fish tug). 1920 Barnett & Record Towing Co., Duluth MN. 1930 Same owner. 1935 Addison Miller, Duluth. 1940 Owned Charles W. Cox, Port Arthur, ONT (C158270); 89 ...
      Other Names: BAYFIELD II; Official No.: 206113; Final Date: 1959; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • MANNING, J.P. (1906, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 203472
      Official No.: 203472
  • PROSPECT (pre1904, Schooner)
        1904 Sunk, Lake Michigan
      1904 Sunk, Lake Michigan
  • HEATH, A.R. (1901, Steamer)
        Official No.: 107659; Dimensions (LBD): 73' x 18.4' x 4.1' ; 1901, May 31 Launched, christened by Miss Fannie Gilmore. 1902, Aug 2 Ran into Higgins Bridge, broke off port wheel house. 1904, Jul 29 Struck bridge at Spring Lake, smashed one of her paddle boxes. 1904, Oct 7 Towed ...
      Official No.: 107659; Dimensions (LBD): 73' x 18.4' x 4.1' ; 1901, ...
  • THOMPSON, A.W. (1901, Barge)
        Official No.: 107635; Final Date: 6 Nov 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 300' x 41.6' x 21' ; Duplicate of S.D. WARRINER 1907 Towed by G.A.FLAGG with S.D.WARRINER 1918 Owned Clinchfield Navigation Company, New York, New York 1925 Owned Gulf & Barge Towing Company, New Orleans, Louisiana 1928, November 8 Foundered, Atlantic ...
      Official No.: 107635; Final Date: 6 Nov 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 300' x ...
  • WAUBIC (1909, Passenger Steamer)
        Other Names: ERIE ISLE;PRINCE NOVA; Official No.: 122555; Final Date: 6 Jul 1959; Dimensions (LBD): 134.1' x 25' x 9.5' ; Designed as day-boat for Georgian Bay service 1922 Owned Rockport Navigation Company, Limited, Kingston, Ontario; rebuilt, 469 gross tons 1922-1933/34 Operated in Thousand Island excursion trade 1933/34 Owned A.R. ...
      Other Names: ERIE ISLE;PRINCE NOVA; Official No.: 122555; Final Date: 6 Jul ...
  • KINGSTON (1901, Steamer)
        Official No.: 111654; Final Date: 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 288' x 36.2' x 13.3' ; 1901 Built for passenger trade on Lake Ontario, ran Toronto - Prescott, ONT with stops at Charlotte - Kingston - Alexandria Bay - Brockville. 1908, Aug 11 Collision with TITANIA, Charlotte, Lake Ontario. 1913 Ownership Changed ...
      Official No.: 111654; Final Date: 1950; Dimensions (LBD): 288' x 36.2' x ...
  • CHEROKEE (1907, Propeller)
        Official No.: 125973; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 23' x 7.16' ; Passenger & freight vessel. 1950 Retired from active service. 1961 Dismantled Gravenhurst & converted to crane barge for a lumber company; cabin in rear of second deck removed, main cabin extended afterwards; used to retrieve logs from bottom of ...
      Official No.: 125973; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 23' x 7.16' ; Passenger ...
  • MARIPOSA (1902, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: BON AMI;ISLET PRINCE; Official No.: 93330; Final Date: 17 Jul 1938; 1908 To St. Joseph Island & Soo Line; C122436 renamed BON AMI; 93 x 24.8 x 8', 92 gross / 62 net tons. 1909, Apr Owned T.C. Sims, Little Current, ONT; ran Eastern Manitoulin Royal Mail Steamship ...
      Other Names: BON AMI;ISLET PRINCE; Official No.: 93330; Final Date: 17 Jul ...
  • MARSALA (1900, Barge)
        Official No.: 93021; Dimensions (LBD): 436' x 50.16' x 24.16' ; 1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Cleveland, OH. 1905, Jul 13 Damaged in collision with steamer J.C. GILCHRIST, Lorain, OH. 1905, Nov 29 Collision with steamer MAUNALOA, Lake Huron. 1916, Aug 15 Collision with steamers B.F. BERRY & CORALIA, Sault ...
      Official No.: 93021; Dimensions (LBD): 436' x 50.16' x 24.16' ; 1901 ...
  • MAJOR SYMONS (1900, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: CARROLL, J.E.;O'CONNOR, T.V.; Official No.: 93098; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 17' x 6.3' ; 1916 7' x 12', 140 pounds steam firebox boiler by Kingsford Foundry Co, Oswego, NY. 1922 Renamed J.E. CARROLL. 1930 Renamed T.B. O'CONNOR; owned Benjamin Cowles, Buffalo, NY.; Final Location: Buffalo, ...
      Other Names: CARROLL, J.E.;O'CONNOR, T.V.; Official No.: 93098; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions ...
  • SANDERS, W. B. (1905, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: INTERSTATE NO. 2;DAUNTLESS NO. 9;WALSH R. LUCIAN; Official No.: 202072; Final Date: 1955; Dimensions (LBD): 85' x 21' x 12' ; 1917 Owned U. S. Shipping Board, Washington D. C. 1919 Owned National Tow Boat Company, Fall River, MA. 1919 Measures 131 gross/89 net tons. 1926 Owned New ...
      Other Names: INTERSTATE NO. 2;DAUNTLESS NO. 9;WALSH R. LUCIAN; Official No.: 202072; ...
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C. Patrick Labadie Collection


The C. Patrick Labadie Collection within the Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is 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.