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The Mineola was built in 1901 for Captain I. E. Achibald at Port Clyde, and was designed especially for the rough Portland-Rockland run with its many harbors. That run was later extended to include Eastport and Jonesport.
The Mineola weighed 367 gross tons, was 121 feet long, had a 26-foot beam, was 9.6-feet deep, and had a 450-horsepower motor.
The town of Friendship had a special affection for the Mineola. It was thought to be a good money maker, warm and comfortable, and felt like home. When the Mineola was spotted coming into Friendship harbor, villagers flocked to the Jameson & Wotton Wharf.
About This Item
- Title: "Mineola," Friendship, ca. 1915
- Creation Date: circa 1915
- Subject Date: circa 1915
- Town: Friendship
- County: Knox
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 9.66 cm x 14.06 cm
- Object Type: Image
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PO Box 226, Friendship, ME 04547
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