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This structure is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
The Henry S. Baird Masonic Lodge was initially established in 1878 and was housed in a number of locations around downtown [illegible] 50 years before establishing a permanent home at this location. The building was designed by local architect Fre…
Type: wooden bulk carrier Built: 1892 as City of Naples, James Davidson, West Bay City, Mich. Sank: Oct. 2, 1919 Length: 301' Beam 42.5' Cargoes: grain, coal, and iron ore Propulsion: triple-expansion steam engine; propeller Depth [of wreck…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
Now known as the Hjertehjem Shop, Roger Eatough also built this original building, the south part, in 1885. The foundation of chipped stone is no longer visible. The original part was used as a drug store, furniture store, a mortuary, and the post…
Nathan Nichols (the north building) was formerly two buildings, now connected, that were built by Roger Eatough (owner of the Globe Hotel). The little house in the rear was built as a residence and was built in 1890. The building to the north was …
The Coast Guard built 207 UTBs, at a cost of $235,000 for each boat, all at the Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay, Maryland, from 1973 to 1978. The 41-ft. UTB has been one of the most successful boats in Coast Guard history, ably serving as the gener…
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Leif E. Weborg Of Gills Rock Wis Scott T. Matta Of Milwaukee Wis. Warren G. Olson Jr. Of Marinette Wis.
Howard loved the water, sailing and knew all about ships. He was a sailor, shipbuilder, boat launcher, and a long-time DCMM docent. He couldn't wait to sail each spring. Lou was a great supporter of Howard. She cared for their home, children, fin…