Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Lakers on Videotape
Winter Lay-Ups Thirty-One Years Ago
Birchglen Unloaded
Ship of the Month No. 160 Bruce
Ship of the Month No. 161 Paul Manion
Algerian Revisited
St. Clair River Shipwrecks
Table of Illustrations
1 Recently sunk in the Pacific is the former Straits of Mackinac ferry VACATIONLAND, seen here in an August 26, 1953 photo by J. H. Bascom.
2 Photo by J. H. Bascom shows C. H. HOUSON laying up for the winter along the north outer wall of the Toronto Ship Channel, November 28, 1937.
3 Unusual view of C. H. HOUSON in wartime grey livery, upbound with a load of pulpwood, was taken in the St. Lawrence River by Rowley W. Murphy.
4 Scenic photo by Gordon Macaulay, courtesy Ron Beaupre, caught PAUL MANION downbound in ice above the Canadian Soo Lock.
5 Drawing of KINGSTON (I) by H. Walker appeared in an 1870 travel guide. Courtesy Gerald Girvin and Rev. E. J. Dowling, S. J.
6 Only known photo of KINGSTON (I) shows her burned-out hull at Grenadier Island, June 1872, with BRUCE alongside. Courtesy Gerald Girvin.

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