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    • ANGELINE being towed out of the Port of Milwaukee by the CONRAD STARKE

    • Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Tugboats -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Cargo ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; 107494; 211105; Harbors -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Angeline (Ship); Conrad Starke (Ship); City Refuse Incineration Plant (Milwaukee, Wis.);...
    • Photo of the cargo ship ANGELINE (107494) being towed out of the Port of Milwaukee by the tugboat CONRAD STARKE (211105). The ANGELINE is the first ship to leave the Milwaukee winter fleet in 1937. On the left is the City Refuse Incineration Plant.
    • Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. in the North Menomonee Canal

    • Rivers -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Menomonee River (Wis.); Menomonee River Valley (Wis.); Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Cargo ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Tugboats -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Amazon (Ship); Conrad Starke (Tug); William F....
    • Photo of the North Menomonee Canal in the Menomonee River Valley. In the foreground is the tug CONRAD STARKE (blt 1913) towing the WILLIAM F. STIFEL (blt 1908). On the left is the AMAZON (blt 1897) docked at the Milwaukee Western Fuel Co.
    • Passenger whaleback CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS being tugged out of the Port of Milwaukee

    • Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Whalebacks -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Tugboats -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; 126952; 211105; Milwaukee River (Wis.); Bridges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Christopher Columbus (Ship); Conrad Starke (Ship); Rivers --...
    • Photo of the passenger whaleback CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (126952) being tugged outbound down the Milwaukee River under the Clybourn Street Bridge by the tug CONRAD STARKE (211105) in about 1930.
    • Captured German submarine U-505

    • Bridges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; 211105; Milwaukee River (Wis.); Rivers -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Roger (Tug); Gimbel Brothers (Milwaukee, Wis.); Tugboats -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Submarines (Ships) -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; U-505...
    • U-505 World War II German Untersee boot (U-boat) was the first foreign warship to be captured on the high seas by the United States Navy since 1815. A permanent exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry since 1954.

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