Steamer J.T. Morse Passing Mark Island, off Stonington, ca. 1930

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Steamer J.T. Morse passing Mark Island, off Stonington. The J.T. Morse was built in 1903 by William McKie in East Boston for the Eastern Steamship Corp. She was 214' long and was powered by a 600 hp single beam engine. She ran from April to October or November each year on the Rockland to Bar Harbor run with many stops in between. She was sold to New York in 1933 and was removed from service in 1941.

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  • Title: Steamer J.T. Morse Passing Mark Island, off Stonington, ca. 1930
  • Creation Date: circa 1930
  • Subject Date: circa 1930
  • Locations:
    • Stonington, Hancock County, ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 7 cm x 5 cm
  • Object Type: Image

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