Harbors -- New York -- Buffalo


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Great Lakes Towing Company records

Identifier: GLMS-0005
Abstract In 1899 the Great Lakes Towing Co. was organized to provide tug service at important harbors on the Great Lakes. By combining the fleets of several smaller tug operators, the company assembled a fleet approaching two hundred tugs and became the largest tug operator on the Great Lakes. The bulk of the materials in this collection pertain to the Port of Buffalo from 1902-1966. Types of records include: winter storage and mooring, vessel arrivals and departures, vessels in port, winter storage...
Dates: Creation: 1905-1966

Report with inventory of articles at Buffalo Harbour

 Collection – Box GLMMS 14, Folder: 10
Identifier: GLMMS-0733
Scope and Contents

Report on the disposition of machinery at Buffalo, New York, including a pile driver, cranes, scows, and other minor equipment sold to the Dept. of Public Works at Cattaraugus, leaving such articles as a diving bell at Buffalo; report sent to Captain William G. Williams of the U.S. Engineers.

Dates: Creation: July 6, 1839

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