Title: 
Ferry Boat, Windsor, Canada.
Year: 
1912
Publisher: 
Stedman Bros. Limited
Type(s): 
Postcard
Identifier(s): 
S B 4961
Language: 
English
Source: 
Mike Skreptak Collection; Dexter Box
Notes: 
Postmarked 1912; photograph c. 1910; the ferry boat Excelsior, built in 1876 for the Detroit and Windsor Ferry Company; travelled mainly between Windsor and Detroit; also used as an excursion boat to Belle Isle; addressed to Miss Vera Robbins; on the bank is the building on Sandwich Street West that housed the D. M. Ferry Company, a seed wholesaler (60-62 Sandwich Street West) and J. and T. Hurley, Coal, Ice, and Wharfingers (56-58 Sandwich Street West). The owner was Timothy Hurley. The building was roughly at Dougall Avenue. About 1912-1913, D. M. Ferry Company moved to 2-6 McDougall Street.
Subject(s): 
Excelsior (Ship)
Ships
Ferries
Travel
Detroit River
Detroit, Belle Isle, And Windsor Ferry Company (Detroit)
Commercial Buildings
Ferry, D. M. Company (Windsor)
Hurley, J. And T Company (Windsor)
Waterfront (Windsor)
Hurley, Timothy, Business Owner
Place(s): 
Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: 
Public Domain
Repository: 
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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