Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
The return of the G. A. BOECKLING
Iocoma Revisited
Ship of the Month No. 112 Rosedale
Paul Sherlock
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations
1 The Editor's camera caught ALGOWEST, upbound on her maiden voyage, near Frechette Point in the kSt. Mary's River on July 23, 1982.
2 The burned-out tug COMANCHE is towed away from the Carbide Slip at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, by CHIPPEWA on June 14, 1982. Photo by the Editor.
3 MIDDLETOWN, recently converted to a self-unloader, is downbound at the head of the Neebish Rock Cut in this July 17, 1982, photo by the Editor.
4 The most interesting photo of ROSEDALE, downbound in the Third Welland Canal above Port Dalhousie, was taken c.1905 by the late Rowley W. Murphy.
5 The graceful lines of ROSEDALE are evident in this 1898 photo by the late Wm. Traill, showing the steamer leaving the Yonge Street Wharf, at Toronto.
6 ROSEDALE, in a very rare photo, is seen alongside the old grand Trunk elevator at Port Colborne, Ontario.

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