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Topic review - Identity of ship
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  Post subject:  Identity of ship  Reply with quote
I am looking for assistance in identifying an unmarked photo of a masted ship in full sail. Family lore has it to be the vessel of a Swedish-born captain by the name of Edward Curtis (born Corseman) who died in Toledo, Ohio at 70 years of age in 19 Jan 1879. He was married to my great grandmother. Our family believes this to be a ship that sailed the Great Lakes and not an ocean-going vessel.
If anyone interested in Great Lakes shipping can assist or direct me I will be grateful. I have a jpeg image of the photo, but have been unable to post it here. I would be glad to send it to anyone interested.

Charles C. Rubins
<crubins@gmail.com>
Post Posted: November 15, 2017, 1:37 pm

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