2, 1917 to December 22, 1917
Docked December 2, 1917 for a new (hull) to be widened to 28 ft. She
was 24 ft. this is the Hull I laid down on the floor
Docked Monday December 3, 1917 she had been sunk by the
Steamer Duquesne of Carnegie Steel Harry McGurie Cap
of Monitor and Al Ackard on Duquesne he has a 30 ft.
hole in her Lar side will be repaired and fit up with
a set of Ball bearing steel rudders Captain Posey has
an interest in this boat and is here often The Monitor
belongs to the Duquesne Coal Company
1917 laying down floor plan for Steamer Voyager new Hull
Docked December 6, 1917 for new sheet iron rudder job and general
December 8, 1917 down to zero and plenty of snow and cold wind
Docked Thursday December 20, 1917 for minor repairs
Doughtery Docked Friday evening December 21, 1917 loose
wheel to be Keyed Back in 22nd
of the J & L fleet docked December 22, 1917 for a new stern band -
repairs to sheet Iron Etc. I took measurements of her Hull
so as to build a Duplicate in the future.
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