The Editor's Notebook

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Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Ship of the Month No. 93 Brookton
A Generous Donation to the Society
You Asked Us
The Shipbuilders revisited
An Old Friend Revisited
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations

Our April Meeting, postponed one week due to the Easter Weekend, was a great success due to the efforts of Fred Addis who presented a most interesting illustrated address on the subject of shipbuilders who operated yards along the old Welland Canals. We are most grateful to Fred for coming all the way from Port Colborne to speak to us.

With the completion of this issue, Ye Ed takes what he hopes is a well-deserved rest from pounding his typewriter. Our next issue will be the Mid-Summer Number which should be in the mails during August, all being well. In the meantime, please keep those cards and letters coming in with the marine news; we cannot send a personal reply in each and every case (due to the volume of correspondence) but you may all be assured that we very much appreciate your assistance in letting us know when news of an interesting nature breaks. Without the help of our corresponding members, we could not maintain the quality of this journal.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to Charles Anstay of Goderich, to Captain E. V. Smith of Halco Inc., Westmount, Quebec.


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