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The "St. Paul" Steamer

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Title: The "St. Paul" Steamer
Description: The "St. Paul" was built in 1883 in St. Louis, Missouri for the St. Louis & St. Paul Packet Co., and ran under the Diamond Jo flag. The Eagle Yard in Dubuque, Iowa rebuilt the "St. Paul" in 1892. Streckfus Line acquired her in 1911. In 1917, Streckfus Lines built her into an excursion boat running from from St. Louis, Missouri to Dubuque, Iowa and St. Paul, Minnesota. Passengers are crowding all levels of the three-decked sternwheeler.

Image ID: 95899
1916 ca.
Feiker, Frank
City, State: Cassville, Wisconsin
Feiker, Frank W. : Photographs. 1910-1950
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Signs and symbols
Mississippi River
Outdoor photography

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