Canada Steamship Lines' Steamship "Cayuga"
- Smith, Kenneth E., Photographer
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- Black and white photograph of the famous steamship "Cayuga". Heavy black smoke coming out of the stacks - it was a coal burning ship till 1946 when it was converted from coal to oil.
- "The Cayuga was built in late 1905 by the Canadian Shipbuilding Company, Toronto, and was launched at the foot of Bathurst Street March 3, 1906. She did not start on the Niagara run until the start of navigation in 1907 but from then on, for the next 48 years, she saw annual service during which time she was destined to carry over 15 million passengers."
Article "Three C steamers used on Niagara Falls-Toronto run" by Francis Petrie.
- Reverse: stamp "Kenneth E. Smith"
Width: 10.4 cm
Height: 7.5 cm
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- Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989)
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- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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