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Photo #: NH 107308
S.S. Favorite (American Salvage Tug, 1907)
In an icy port, with horse-drawn sleds alongside apparently picking up or delivering supplies, circa 1907-1917. Location may be on the Great Lakes, as she wears the "G" smokestack marking of the Great Lakes Towing Company.
This ship served as USS Favorite (ID # 1385, later IX-45) during World Wars I and II.
The original photograph is printed on post card ("AZO") stock.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2010.
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Image posted 23 December 2010