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Title United States Lines [Part 2]
Date 1891-1975
Document Type Photograph
Reference MCROB Vol 80
Library / Archive National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library
Collection Name McRoberts Collection
Description A collection of photographs of ships operating on United States Lines, as well as other smaller shipping and transportation companies.
Theme(s) Ships and Shipping Lines
Country (from) United States of America; Great Britain
Country (to) Great Britain; United States of America
Places Panama Canal; Virginia, United States
Ports New York, United States; Southampton, Liverpool, England; Piraeus, Greece
Ships American Archer; Pioneer Land; Courser; American Flyer; American Hunter; American Manufacturer; Lookout; American Harvester; Rattler; Pioneer Glen; Pioneer Reef; Comet; United States; Pioneer Mist; Peninsular Mariner; American Accord; Pioneer Mart; Sunflower Mariner; Pioneer Myth; Pelican Mariner; American Legend; Pioneer Minx; Gopher Mariner; American Ace; Pioneer Moor; Mountain Mariner; American Challenger; American Contender; American Commander; American Champion; American Crusader; American Reliance; American Rover; American Rover; American Arrow; American Cherokee; Savannah; John Sergeant; General G. W. Goethals; MV Munorleans; Callao; Mount Vernon; Kronprinzessin Cecilie; Sicilien; Western World; Nutmeg State; Pontiac; Australian Reefer; William Pierre Frye; J. L. M. Curry; Albert M. Boe; Andrew W. Preston; William Ford Nichols; Joesph Mckenna; Ina Coolbrith; William Wirt; Jose J. Acosta; Delfin; William W. Loring; Poinsett; Artemis; Bohemia; Iowa; West Honaker; Crown City; Tafelberg; Cathlamet; Eastern Sea; Bellflower; Victoria; Collingsworth; Lake Fresco; Jack; Massick; Wenakee; Romulus; Vanderbilt; Three Brothers; Hastings; West Madaket; Topa Topa; West Kyska; Gateway City; SS Antinous; SS De Soto; Bellingham; West Himrod; Azalea City; Waterbouy; Excelsior; City of Alma; Lafayette; Dryden; Novosibirsk; Raphael Semmes; Cape Romain; John F. Shea; Fairport; Ponce De Leon; John B. Waterman; Mariner's Splice; Willkemo; Bowling Green Victory; Avalon; Virginia; Catalina
Keywords nuclear, atomic, shipwreck, railroad, coal, trade, shipping, ship
Language English
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