Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
The Misener Transportation Archives
The Winter Activities of Three Ocean Lakers
Ship of the Month No. 129 TORONTO
Yet Another Visit Aboard George A. Graham
Table of Illustrations
1 Extremely early photo of TORONTO comes from the collection of the late Willis Metcalfe, courtesy Lorne Joyce
2 An interesting early postcard view shows TORONTO landing at the dock of the Hotel Frontenac on the upper St. Lawrence River.
3 Photo from the collection of the late James M. Kidd shows TORONTO as she looked late in her career. Note the dining room relocated on the main deck.
4 By the spring of 1947, TORONTO looked extremely shabby as she lay in Toronto's Coatsworth Cut. Photo by J. H. Bascom.
5 "Toronto Telegram" photo dated August 14, 1947, has TORONTO in tow of HELENA and R. C. C. NO. 5 en route to Hamilton for scrapping.
6 Very rare photo shows GEORGE A. GRAHAM aground at South Baymouth, as she looked in 1920. Photo from Ross Leason, courtesy R. A. Ward.

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