The Valley Camp Story

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
The Valley Camp Story
Ship of the Month No. 51 Saguenay
Late Marine News
Table of Illustrations

In these pages we try to acquaint our readers with the various published efforts of our own members. The latest such item to appear in print is a 22-page softcover booklet entitled The Valley Camp Story written by Roger LeLievre of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. The VALLEY CAMP is, of course, the former Republic Steel steamer which is presently owned by Le Sault de Sainte Marie Historical Sites Inc. and which is open to the public as a historical exhibit moored in the Johnstone Street slip at the Michigan Soo.

The book tells in word and photos the story of the VALLEY CAMP's active life and her coming to the Soo as a museum ship. The author also touches on the organization's plans for refurbishing some of the Soo's important historical relics and redeveloping the old waterfront area in restoration. Cost of the booklet is $1.00 postpaid and proceeds from the sale will go to Le Sault de Sainte Marie Historical Sites Inc. for the development of certain aspect of the museum ship. Orders may be addressed to: The Valley Camp Story, P.O. Box 1668, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783, U.S.A.


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