February 29, 1912 to April 21, 1912
Twilight docked Thursday February 29, 1912 for a rudder Knocker
job broke a forward relief chain pulling her out
building a Big Closet for the men something new for the Ways
the Wiegles thought the River shore was good enough L.(Latrine)
for-men that worked every one glad that J. Wiegle is gone
March 3, 1912 - 3 in of snow fell Snowed Monday night - 7
on the cradles Saturday eve after 4:30 and in Sunday March 31.
hauled to the upper yard. she is in for rebuilding - this man
Morgan has no respect for Sunday
building 2 U.S. Mud Scows in the Barge yard out of Fir
Vesta docked April 2, 1912 for new knees big job on the rudders for
the Black smith - all steel 2 new side copper strainers 45 lbs each and
some rivets to drive Wm Morgan and Link Pancost puting up her knees.
in the river April 9, 1912
snow and wind Tuesday night April 2, 1912
Western docked Tuesday April 9, 1912 for general repairs
Charlotte back at the Ways and out Thursday April 18, 1912 puting up an
extra set of Hog Chains 1 1/2 on S side and 1 1/2 in place (of) 1 1/8 on Lar side
worked on her
Sunday April 21, 1912
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