Samuel Mather

Dublin Core

Title

Samuel Mather

Subject

Interlake Steamship Company--1900-1920. [LCSH]
Bulk carrier cargo ships--Great Lakes (North America). [LCSH]

Description

A man with a hat stands on the front deck of the the Samuel Mather, a ship built in 1906 by the Mesaba Steamship Company, later part of the larger Pickland Mathers Group, which had the second largest shipping fleet in the Great Lakes during the early 20th century. It later became part of the even larger Interlake Steamship Company. Edgar Arnold served as chief engineer on the ship from 1907-1914. The ship was later sold for scrap in 1984.

Date

1907-1914

Rights

Rights over this item are held by the Browning family.

Format

Medium: Photograph
Extent: 8 x 10 in.

Type

Still image

Identifier

EA2022.02.14

Coverage

Great Lakes Region, United States, North America

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Print of original photo

Tags

Citation

“Samuel Mather,” Wayne State University - School of Information Sciences, accessed July 15, 2024, https://waynestateu.omeka.net/items/show/565.