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  • Hoagie
    County The traditional story in dispute with the above Delaware County Times article goes like this During WWI a ship yard located on Hog Island in the Delaware river employed many Italian immigrants as ship builders Their wives would pack them large sandwiches packed with various meats and cheeses and the hoagie was born Hoagie myth decries food historian William Woys Weaver author of numerous books on food and its

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  • it preserved said Walker who declined to say how much he paid for the boat The only way I would be willing to part with the vessel is to be convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that a buyer would have the demonstrated ability to maintain the vessel David Boone a longtime tugboat enthusiast from South Jersey who paints tugs and used to repair them said that it would be nice but not easy to preserve the Wanamaker The saying always goes if you have enough to restore an old tugboat you know enough not to do it Boone said They are money pits The nonprofit Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild which preserves and maintains historic vessels has the 1902 tugboat Jupiter and the 1883 sailing vessel Gazela Primeiro The diesel powered Jupiter owned by the Penn s Landing Corp costs an estimated 40 000 per year to maintain officials say Money to repair boats worth saving is hard to come by in Philadelphia The river doesn t resonate with the public as it does in places such as Baltimore and Boston said Ed Stemmler president of the preservation guild Lindsey a trustee of the New England Steamship Foundation said he hoped his organization would buy the John Wanamaker Walker said he was sure that no matter what happened to the tug it ll be floating long after I m gone Contact staff writer Leonard N Fleming at 856 779 3223 or lfleming phillynews com City man buys historic tugboat But plans for vessel restaurant are up in the air By JACK SPILLANE Standard Times staff writer PETER PEREIRA The Standard Times The tug John Wanamaker is shown at Fish Island It formerly was docked in Portsmouth N H and operated as a restaurant A local businessman has rescued a tugboat restaurant with a glamorous history from Portsmouth N H and brought it to New Bedford Harbor George T J Walker owner of the Holiday Inn Express in Fairhaven as well as its related conference center and marina has gained control of the John Wanamaker The boat was towed from Portsmouth to Fish Island and arrived early Monday morning In Portsmouth the upscale restaurant boat s owners had fallen behind on their rent and the vessel s hull had fallen into disrepair Dunfey s on the John Wanamaker operated at a berth in Portsmouth Harbor since 1994 Mr Walker said he has considered rehabilitating the boat for operation in New Bedford Harbor but his prime goal is to save the historic vessel from sinking There are a limited number of local boatyards that can repair the hull of a vessel like the Wanamaker s I ve always had a passion for boats he said The Wanamaker was built in 1923 and is said to have been the last active steam tugboat in American waters It originally operated as a tug icebreaker and fireboat A restaurant has functioned on the tugboat in various locations besides Portsmouth including Boston and Camden Maine

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  • Days in the History of the Delaware River
    14 1775 In London Secretary of State Lord Suffolk receives intelligence that the colony of Pennsylvania is preparing an armed fleet and floating batteries to prevent the passage of the King s ships through the Delaware River He recommends that

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  • Sale 1981 20 foot Shamrock with bimini top 2000 Mercruiser motor 1992 2 axle load rite trailer 5 500 00 Call Larry McCarthy cell 267 688 0691 or 215 781

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/Classified/Shamrock_Flyer.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Cabin Aft Cabin Sleeps 6 Microwave Refrigerator AC Heat Camper Top w New Eisenglass Screens Sun Cushion New Vinyl Exterior VHS GPS AM FM Stereo New Throttle Shift Controls Cables New VacuFlush Head Windlass Spare Outdrive and Props 30 Amp

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/Classified/Casey_Larson.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Princess Sash Order Form
    The cost of the sash is 40 00 PLEASE PRINT NAME TELEPHONE NUMBER CLUB NAME NAME FOR SASH MISS Ribbon Edging COLOR COLOR OF EMBROIDERY YEAR GRAPHIC if any LENGTH OF SASH double the measurement from top of right or left shoulder and down to below the opposite hip most are 74in long Mail order form to Lyn LaCroix 728 Third Avenue Croydon PA 19021 215 666 1966 Any questions

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  • Inside Front Cover
    Inside Front Cover Republication of the 1938 D R Y L Yearbook J E Caldwell Co Back to Yearbook Index

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