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Image of 1960.001.079 - Chart, Navigational

1960.001.079 - Chart, Navigational

One navigational chart entitled, "Lake Superior," that was compiled and published by the U. S. Lake Survey (War Department, Corps of Engineers). The polyconic projection is drawn at a scale of 1:500,000 and shows the entire lake area from Duluth, Minnesota, to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Land areas are shown in pale yellow. Lake areas are shown in white and light blue. Distances are given in statute miles. Soundings for lake depths are given in fathoms (white areas) and in feet (blue areas). Lines of latitude and longitude are shown in black. Major lighthouses along the shoreline are also noted.

Image of 1960.001.090 - Chart, Navigational

1960.001.090 - Chart, Navigational

One navigational chart entitled, "St. Clair River," that was compiled and published by the War Department, Corps of Engineers. The chart is drawn at a scale of 1:40,000 and shows the St. Clair River from the lower end of Lake Huron to the St. Clair Flats. Land areas are shown in pale yellow. Lake areas are shown in white and light blue. Distances are given in statute miles. Soundings for lake depths are given in feet. Lines of latitude and longitude are shown in black. Lighthouses and buoys are also noted.

Image of 1962.088.002 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.002 - Drawing, Technical

One sepia print drawing of the "Steel Steam Yacht, Enquirer." The drawing shows a starboard side interior profile view of the two-masted, propeller-driven yacht. Plan views are also shown for the two decks. An information table at the top center indicates that the yacht was 143 feet 1 inch in length and was built by the Union Dry Dock Company in 1896.

Image of 1962.088.003 - Blueprint

1962.088.003 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing of the "Steel Steam Yacht, Enquirer." The drawing shows a starboard side view of the two-masted, propeller-driven yacht at a scale of 1/4 inch = 1 foot. An information table at the top center indicates that the yacht was 143 feet 1 inch in length and was built by the Union Dry Dock Company in 1896.

Image of 1962.088.005 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.005 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled "Design for 40 Ft. Motor Launch for U. S. Lake Survey." The plan is drawn in black ink on linen at a scale of 3/4" = 1 ft. and is dated October 3, 1925. This sheet, No. 1 of 2 sheets, shows plan, profile, and cross section views with dimensions for the proposed 40 foot, wooden-hulled motor launch. The title block in the lower right corner shows the plan being "Submitted By: F. G. Ray, Associate Engineer" and "Approved [By]: G. B. Pillsbury, Lieut. Col., Corps of Engineers."

Image of 1962.088.006 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.006 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled "Design for 40 Ft. Motor Launch for U. S. Lake Survey." The plan is drawn in black ink on linen at a scale of 3/4" = 1 ft. and is dated October 3, 1925. The sheet, No. 2 of 2 sheets, shows profile and cross section views of the lines for a proposed 40 foot, wooden-hulled motor launch. A "Table of Offsets" is given in the upper right corner area of the sheet. The title block in the lower right corner shows the plan being "Submitted By: F. G. Ray, Associate Engineer" and "Approved [By]: G. B. Pillsbury, Lieut. Col., Corps of Engineers."

Image of 1962.088.049 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.049 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "Midship Section, C&GSS Hydrographer" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows a cross-section view of the hull and decks.

Image of 1962.088.050 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.050 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "Type Sections" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows four half cross-section views of the hull and decks at different locations.

Image of 1962.088.037 - Blueprint

1962.088.037 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Profile and Deck for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-1) shows a plan view of the main deck and a port side exterior profile view of the proposed U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated March 31, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.038 - Blueprint

1962.088.038 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Shell Expansion: Main Deck Plating for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-2) shows a port side view of the hull and a plan view of the main deck of the proposed U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The views show the plating arrangements for the hull and deck. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated March 11, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.051 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.051 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "Lines & Offsets" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows tables of offset measurements as well as profile and cross-section views of the hull lines.

Image of 1962.088.039 - Blueprint

1962.088.039 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Lines and Offsets for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-3) shows profile and cross-section views of the hull lines as well as a table of lines and offsets for the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated March 11, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.040 - Blueprint

1962.088.040 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Structural Plan for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-4) shows structural plan, profile, and cross-section views of the hull of the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated March 24, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.041 - Blueprint

1962.088.041 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, House Details for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-5) shows plan and profile views of the pilothouse and adjoining superstructure of the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 1 inch = 1 foot and is dated May 10, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.042 - Blueprint

1962.088.042 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Rudder Stock-Carrier-Stuffing Box-Rudder Shoe & Stern Post for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-6) shows various details of the rudder stock and stuffing box arrangement for the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 6 inches = 1 foot and is dated March 24, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.043 - Blueprint

1962.088.043 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Displacement & Trim for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-7) shows the waterline as well as displacement and loading tables for the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is dated May 9, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.044 - Blueprint

1962.088.044 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled "40 Foot Steel Work Launch, Piping-Wiring Plan for U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan." The drawing (No. LS46-8) shows details of the piping and wiring arrangements for fuel, bilge, and fire extinguishing systems aboard the U. S. Lake Survey vessel, Haskell. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by "M. H. Malmros" for the "Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, Minn." at a scale of 3/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated May 9, 1936.

Image of 1962.088.046 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.046 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "Outboard Profile" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows a starboard side exterior profile view of the survey vessel. Two black ink stamps on the sheet show "U. S. Lake Survey, Detroit, Mich., Oct. 10, 1929."

Image of 1962.088.047 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.047 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "Inboard Profile" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows a starboard side interior profile view of the survey vessel. Plan views of the boat deck and bridge deck are also shown.

Image of 1962.088.048 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.048 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled, "General Arrangements" for the USC&GSS (U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship) Hydrographer. The drawing shows interior plan views of the main deck and berth deck as well as the hold.

Image of 1962.088.060 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.060 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "Proposed Addition to After Deck House, Yacht Margaret." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows plan and profile views of a proposed addition to the aft deck house of the vessel. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by the "U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.," at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is dated February 16, 1921. The plan is signed by "M. S. MacDiarmid, Assistant Engineer" and "W. P. Wooten, Colonel, Corps of Engineers."

Image of 1962.088.062 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.062 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "U.S. Steamer, Margaret - Plan Showing Proposed Steel Deckhouses, To Replace Houses Lost in Storm of November 1, 1926." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows plan and profile views of new fore and aft deck houses for the vessel. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by the "U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.," at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is dated January 15, 1927.

Image of 1962.088.063 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.063 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "Plan of Steel Deckhouses for Steamer Margaret." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows plan and profile views of new fore and aft deck houses for the vessel. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by the "U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.," at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is dated March 3, 1927. The plan is signed by "F. G. Ray, Senior Engineer" and "G. B. Pillsbury, Lt. Colonel, Corps of Engineers, District Engineer."

Image of 1962.088.065 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.065 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "Steamer Margaret, Longitudinal and Transverse Sections Near Bow." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows interior profile and cross-section views of the hull and decks in the bow area of the vessel. A plan view of the main deck in the bow area is also shown. The title block in the lower right corner shows that the drawing was prepared by the "U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.," at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is dated December, 1927. The plan is signed by "F. G. Ray, Senior Engineer" and "G. B. Pillsbury, Lt. Colonel, Corps of Engineers, District Engineer."

Image of 1962.088.066 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.066 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "USS Margaret." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows an interior profile view of the stern section of the vessel. The drawing was prepared by the U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan, at a scale of 3/8 inch = 1 foot and is undated.

Image of 1962.088.067 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.067 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "USS Margaret." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows plan, profile, and cross-section views of the grate bar arrangement for hatches on the vessel. The drawing was prepared by the U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Michigan, and is dated February 3, 1828.

Image of 1962.088.068 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.068 - Drawing, Technical

One plan sheet entitled, "Comparison of Lake Survey Steamer Margaret with Certain Other Vessels." The drawing consists of black ink on linen and shows simple outlines of five U. S. Lake Survey vessels in order to give an overall size comparison. A table beneath the drawing provides dimension and capacity data for each of the five vessels in the survey fleet. The names of the five vessels (smallest to largest by tons) are: SS Margaret, SS Sears, SS Marigold, SS Barlow, and SS Surveyor.

Image of 1962.088.069 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.069 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled "Design of Motor Launch No. 8 for the U. S. Lake Survey." The plan is drawn in black ink on linen at a scale of 1 inch = 1 foot and is dated December, 1912. This sheet shows plan, profile, and cross section for a proposed 21.5 foot long, wooden-hulled motor launch. The title block in the lower right corner shows the plan was "Prepared under the direction of Lieut. Col. J. C. Sanford, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A."

Image of 1962.088.070 - Drawing, Technical

1962.088.070 - Drawing, Technical

One drawing entitled "Design of Motor Launch No. 8 for the U. S. Lake Survey." The plan is drawn in black ink on linen at a scale of 1 inch = 1 foot and is dated December, 1912. This sheet shows the hull lines for a proposed 21.5 foot long, wooden-hulled motor launch. The title block in the lower right corner shows the plan was "Prepared under the direction of Lieut. Col. J. C. Sanford, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A."

Image of 1962.088.078 - Blueprint

1962.088.078 - Blueprint

One blueprint drawing entitled, "U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Steamer, Surveyor." The drawing shows a starboard side interior profile view of the survey vessel. The drawing is shown at a scale of 1/4 inch = 1 foot and is dated May, 1915, and also 1917. Black ink stamps in the upper left and lower right corners show "U. S. Lake Survey, Detroit, Mich., Oct. 10, 1929."