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    • S.S. Moses Cleaveland

    • S.S. Moses Cleaveland; Ships; Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibition facilities; Exhibitions
    • Pictured is the S.S. Moses Cleaveland, a showboat that was at the Great Lakes Exposition. The S.S. Moses Cleaveland, named after the founder of the city, was the home of Exposition officials and a club for sponsors. Notably, President Franklin D....
    • Passengers stroll aboard the S.S. Seeandbee on Lake Erie

    • S.S. Seeandbee; Steamboats; Great Lakes (North America); Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.; East 9th Street Pier
    • Passengers stroll aboard the S.S. Seeandbee on Lake Erie. The S.S. Seeandbee was the largest inland steamer in the early 20th century operated by the Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.. With its four decks, the steamer could hold up to 1,500...
    • The steamship S.S. Alabama at a dock on Lake Erie

    • Lake Erie; Steamboats; S.S. Alabama; Docks; Great Lakes Exposition; Cleveland (Ohio)
    • The steamship S.S. Alabama at a dock on Lake Erie. Built in 1909 by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, the S.S. Alabama was part of a fleet of vessels employed by a cruise line. The S.S. Alabama was 275 feet long and 44 and...
    • S.S. Carrollton travels the Cuyahoga River

    • S.S. Carrollton; Saginaw Dock and Terminal Co.; Steamships; Cuyahoga River; Tugboats
    • "Cuyahoga River"--photo verso. S.S. Carrolton travels along the Cuyahoga River. The exterior of the boat reads "Carrollton, Wilmington DE," the home port of the Carrollton. From 1938 to 1957 the Saginaw Dock & Terminal Co. in Cleveland operated...
    • U.S.S. Macon being built

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; United States. Navy; Airships; Air bases; Workmen
    • The U.S.S. Macon being built on site in Akron Ohio in1932. This airship was the sister ship of the U.S.S. Akron that was built at the same site, the Akron air dock.
    • S.S. Kresge Company entrance at Parmatown Shopping Center

    • Department stores; Shopping centers; Stores & shops; Parmatown Mall; Flagpoles; S.S. Kresge Company
    • "Mall area of Parmatown Kresge Store Parmatown Shopping Center" --photo verso. The photo shows an entrance of S.S. Kresge Co. behind three flagpoles at Parmatown Shopping Center.
    • Board of inquiry for the U.S.S. Akron

    • Airships; U.S.S. Akron; Blimps; Courts martial & courts of inquiry; Aircraft accidents; United States. Navy
    • The four men in charge of the inquiry of the crash of the U.S.S. Akron in 1933. " From left to right Captain Harry E. Shoemaker, Rear Admiral Henry V. Butler, President; Commander Sidney Kraus, and Lieut. Comm. Ralph G. Pennoyer, Judge Advocate."...
    • U.S.S. Macon over New York City

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Aerial photographs; Aerial views; United States. Navy
    • "Navy's air queen on training cruise high above the lowers of the metropolis, the U.S.S. Macon, giant dirigible of the US Navy, soars over upper bay with lower Manhattan in the background, during a recent flight over New York City." -- photo...
    • U.S.S. Macon being inflated

    • U.S.S. Macon; Airships; Blimps; Helium; Inflation
    • A view of the inside of the U.S.S. Macon being filled with helium in 1933. It will take 6.5 million cubic feet to fill the whole airship before its christening in Akron Ohio.
    • S.S. Fenn Victory VC2-S-AP2

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • The SS Fenn Victory was one of 534 Victory ships built during World War II for the US Maritime Commission. Launched May 19, 1945, the ship was 455 feet long and 62 feet wide.
    • S.S. Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point

    • S.S. Theodore Roosevelt; Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Company; Steamships; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Lake Erie
    • View of the steamship Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point. In the 1940s the Theodore Roosevelt wa part of the Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Co. which ferried passengers from Cleveland to Cedar Point from June to Labor Day. "Bea & children at...

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