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  • Collections: C. Patrick Labadie Collection
  • Decade: 1910-1919
  • LUEBKE, A.W. (1911, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 209271; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 61.7' x 15' x 8.1' ; 1940 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Sturgeon Bay Steam Boat Co.
      Official No.: 209271; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 61.7' x 15' x ...
  • MCLOUTH, PEIRCE (1918, Steambarge)
        Other Names: MORLEY, D.R.; Official No.: 216255; Final Date: 1932; Dimensions (LBD): 175' x 30.5' x 12' ; 1920 Towed C.J. FILLMORE. 1926, Apr 20 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1927, Aug 23 Renamed D.R. MORLEY. 1932 Scrapped.; Final Location: Ecorse, MI. Detroit River, Scrapped.
      Other Names: MORLEY, D.R.; Official No.: 216255; Final Date: 1932; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • NORTH AMERICAN (1913, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 211076; Final Date: 13 Sep 1967; Dimensions (LBD): 266' x 47' x 17' 7 5/8" ; 1924, Jul 9 Grounded Gray's Reef, Lake Michigan. 1960, Jun 24 Aground St. Lawrence River near Ogdensgburg, NY. 1963, Jul 30 Owned Canadian Holidan Co, Inc, Erie, PA; ran Erie, PA - ...
      Official No.: 211076; Final Date: 13 Sep 1967; Dimensions (LBD): 266' x ...
  • HARSEN (1916, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 166328; Final Date: 4 Sep 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 157' x 40' x 11' ; She used to carry gravel but later converted to dredge sand from lake. 1919 Sold Canadian. 1926, Sep 4 Stranded at Pelee Passage, ONT, Lake Erie; later abandoned.; Final Location: Pelee Passage, ONT. Lake ...
      Official No.: 166328; Final Date: 4 Sep 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 157' x ...
  • SOUTH AMERICAN (1914, Propeller)
        Official No.: 212244; Dimensions (LBD): 290' 6" x 47' 1" x 18' ; 1914, Feb 21 Launched. 1914, Jun 24 First trip from Chicago. 1917 Port of hail Erie, PA. Home port Holland, MI; carried high school graduation classes and other special groups; ran summer schedule Duluth-Buffalo with stops at ...
      Official No.: 212244; Dimensions (LBD): 290' 6" x 47' 1" x 18' ...
  • U. S. LIGHTSHIP NO. 96 (1914, Propeller)
        Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 23.5' x 11.42' ; 1914 Relief 1915 Stationed Poe Reef 1920 Stationed Huron 1934 Relief 1935 Stationed Cross Rip, MA; Original Owner: United States Light House Service
      Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 23.5' ...
  • PEERLESS NO 1 (1919, Barge)
        Official No.: 170399; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 139.33' x 30.5' x 15.33' ; Laid down as tug ADVENTURER for U.S. Shipping Board but contract cancelled before completion; completed as barge. 1919 Owned Peerless Cement Corp, Detroit, MI. 1935 Owned Frank J. Smith, Port Huron, MI. 1938 Owned Ellsworth S. ...
      Official No.: 170399; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 139.33' x 30.5' x ...
  • STE. CLAIRE (1910, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 207582; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x 50' x 17.6' ; 1930 Owned Detroit & Windsor Ferry Co., Detroit, MI. 1960 Owned Bob Lo Co., Detroit. 2001, Sep Owned John Belko & Diane Evon, OH. 2006, Dec 3 Owned Dr. Ron Kahoo et al, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
      Official No.: 207582; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x 50' x 17.6' ; 1930 ...
  • OSWEGATCHIE (1918, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: LIBERTY BOND;LENAHAN, JOHN J.; Official No.: 216145; Final Date: 1936; Dimensions (LBD): 72.6' x 19.4' x 8.4' ; 1918 Bought by Engineers; listed unofficially as LIBERTY BOND 1932 Renamed JOHN J. LENAHAN 1936 Abandoned
      Other Names: LIBERTY BOND;LENAHAN, JOHN J.; Official No.: 216145; Final Date: 1936; ...
  • ROBERT K. (pre1910, Fish Tug)
        1910 Burned
      1910 Burned
  • U. S. LIGHTSHIP NO. 82 (1912, Propeller)
        Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 21' x 10' ; 1912 Stationed Buffalo, NY 1913, Nov 10 Sunk Waverly Shoal, Lake Erie; 6 lives lost 1915, Sep 16 Salvaged by Reid Wrecking and Towing Co.; beached Buffalo; towed to Detroit; refitted there 1916 Relief 1924 ...
      Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 21' ...
  • FISHER, THOMAS (1914, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 134016; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 14.7' x 7.1'
      Official No.: 134016; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 14.7' x 7.1'
  • WAFFLE, T.J. (1914, Steambarge)
        Official No.: 130767; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 22' 5" x 8' ; 1914 Port of hail Kingston, Ontario ; Original Owner: T.J. & W.J. Waffle; Final Location: Lake Ontario between Oswego, New York & Main Duck Island, Foundered in storm; All hands lost
      Official No.: 130767; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 22' 5" x 8' ; ...
  • HEIDEN, CHARLES (1913, Steambarge)
        Other Names: PINE RIDGE;SANTA ANGELA; Official No.: 211352; Dimensions (LBD): 151.42' x 35.16' x 14.5' ; 1927 Owned Detroit Materials & Transportation Co., Detroit, MI. 1932 Owned Pine Ridge Coal Co., Detroit; converted to self-propelled fuel lighter. 1934 Renamed PINE RIDGE. 1941 Owned Nicholson Universal Steamship Co., Detroit. 1942 Owned ...
      Other Names: PINE RIDGE;SANTA ANGELA; Official No.: 211352; Dimensions (LBD): 151.42' x ...
  • OSSIPEE (1915, Propeller)
        Official No.: U.S.C.G.; Dimensions (LBD): 165.83' x 32' x 11.75' ; 1917 Owned U.S. Navy, Washington, DC, Squadron 2, Division 6, Atlantic Patrol Services 1919 Owned U.S. Coast Guard, Portland, Maine 1936 Owned U.S. Coast Guard, Sault Saint Marie, Michigan 1941 Owned U.S. Coast Guard, Cleveland, Ohio 1946, September 18 ...
      Official No.: U.S.C.G.; Dimensions (LBD): 165.83' x 32' x 11.75' ; 1917 ...
  • U. S. LIGHTSHIP NO. 94 (1911, Propeller)
        Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 112' x 29' x 15.33' ; 1912 Stationed Frying Pan Shoal 1931 Stationed Savannah, GA 1942 Stationed Charleston, SC; Original Owner: United States Light House Service
      Official No.: U. S. L. H. S.; Dimensions (LBD): 112' x 29' ...
  • MARION (1913, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 211264; Final Date: 28 Jul 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 50.5' x 14.5' x 5.7' ; First regular ferry service to Ellison Bay. 1923 Hauled cars for hire. 1925 Same owner, Milwaukee, WI. 1944, Jul 28 Sank Chicago River, Chicago, IL.; Original Owner: Charles Hansen; Final Location: Chicago River, Chicago. ...
      Official No.: 211264; Final Date: 28 Jul 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 50.5' x ...
  • BUENA VISTA (1911, Propeller)
        Official No.: 130325; Final Date: 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 91' x 18' x 6' ; 1914 Rebuilt 93.6' x 18.8' x 6.6', 141 gross / 73 net tons. 1919 Owned A. Foster, Kingston, ONT. 1920 Owned Albert J. Randall, Kingston, ONT. 1925 Reportedly rebuilt & renamed MAISONNEUVE, 170 tons; no evidence ...
      Official No.: 130325; Final Date: 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 91' x 18' x ...
  • DALHOUSIE CITY (1911, Excursion Vessel)
        Other Names: ISLAND KING II; Official No.: 130312; Final Date: 1961; Dimensions (LBD): 199.8' x 37' x 13.9' ; Designed by George Owen. 1911, Jun 24 Christened. 1911. Aug 14 First Voyage to Toronto; ran opposite GARDEN CITY through 1917 & then NORTHUMBERLAND through 1948. 1908 Owned Canadian Northern Railway. ...
      Other Names: ISLAND KING II; Official No.: 130312; Final Date: 1961; Dimensions ...
  • WHALEN, EDWARD C. (1913, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: MCLEAN, JOHN;ADANAC III; Official No.: 134013; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 19' x 10' ; 1920 Owned Great Lakes Dredging & Contracting Co., Ltd., Ottawa, ONT. 1938 Owned Consolidated Dredging Co., Ltd., Toronto, ONT. 1947, Oct 17 McKeller River, struck a bank, sunk and raised, (1 life lost) 1954, ...
      Other Names: MCLEAN, JOHN;ADANAC III; Official No.: 134013; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x ...
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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.