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[Canadian Pacific Marburn]

Inscribed : Canadian Pacific MARBURN, Nov. 16, 1922-sold Sept. 17, 1928 for demolition. Sex. Anon. Cooperative Ligue Demolition, Genoa, April 1900 A.Stephen & Sons Glasgow, as TUNISIAN, Allan Line. A. Duncan.

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[Montreal]

Inscribed : MONTREAL. 8,544 gross tons. Completed July 1900 C.S.S. Swan & Hunter Ltd, Newcastle for Elder Dempster Line. Sold 1903 Canadian Pacific. Sunk collision White Star liner CEDRIC, on January 29, 1918. World Ship Society.

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[Mount Temple]

Inscribed : MOUNT TEMPLE. 8,790 gross tons. Built Sept. 1901 Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Ltd, Newcastle, for Elder Dempster Line. Sold 1903 Canadian Pacific. Captured and sunk Dec. 6, 1916 by German raider Moewe. World Ship Society.

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[Montrose (1)]

Inscribed : MONTROSE (1) 5,440 grt. Built 1907 Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Middesborough for Elder Dempster. Sold April 3, 1903, CPR. Broke mooring Dover, emergenc block ship Dec. 28, 1916, in gale and wrecked Goodwin Sands. Real Photographs.

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[Empress of Britain]

Inscribed : EMPRESSOF BRITAIN. 14,189 grt. Built 1905 Fairfield SB&E. Co. Ltd, Glasgow. Sister: Empress of Ireland. Renamed MONTROYAL, April 16, 1924. Sold June 17, 1930 Stavanger Shipbreaking Co. Stavanger. A. Duncan.

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[Minnedosa]

Inscribed : MINNEDOSA, 15,186 grt. Launched Oct. 17, 1917 Barclay, Curle & Co. Glasgow. Completed Dec. 1918 Harland & Wolff, Belfast. Sold 1935 Italy for breaking up. Italian Government troopship PIEMONTE. Scuttled Messina, 1943. A. Duncan.

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[Empress of Japan]

Inscribed : EMPRESS OF JAPAN. 26,032 grt. Launched Dec. 17, 1929, Maiden voyage June 26, 1930 Fairfield SB& E. Co. Ltd., Govan. Troopship. Renamed EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND, 1942. F.R. Sherlock.

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[Beaverlake]

Inscribed : S.S. BEAVERLAKE, of London. 8,824 grt. Oct. 1946 Lithgows Ltd. Port Glasgow, for CPR. Sold June 18, 1962 Italian BICE COSTA, Ciacomo Casta, Genoa. J.K. Byass.

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Chinaman - San Francisco

Printed on verso of card: "Oriental Costumes / Published by Thomas Houseworth & Co. / 317 and 319 Montgomery Street, / San Francisco. / Send Number for Duplicates." Inscribed in ink on verso: "Miss Fannie D. Abbot / mont Airy /...

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[Chinese merchant]

Item is a stereoview photograph of a Chinese merchant in Victoria, British Columbia. The home in the background is quite opulent and accompanying materials suggest the picture was taken around James Bay.

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