Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1912/05/30 Shortly after 10 am, the CITY OF DETROIT III sets sail and inadvertently picks up the JOSEPH C SUIT, a small wooden passenger and freight carrier. The much small craft is smashed between the CITY OF DETROIT III's anchor and port rudder. Steamship Line City of Detroit III Gothic Room Dry Dock Engine Works-Detroit Dry Dock Company Complex Detroit
1915/00/00 The CITY OF DETROIT III, an $1.5 million ($32 million 2023) sidewheel steamship, sails the great lakes between Detroit, Buffalo and Cleveland. Up to 5,000 day passengers and a maximum of 1,500 overnight guest travel in stunning elegance. History City of Detroit III Gothic Room
1948/01/05 George J Kolowich of Hamtramck buys the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company from the McMillan family. History City of Detroit III Gothic Room
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