E. M. Peck (Canada 130439) U. S. 135983

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Title: E. M. Peck (Canada 130439) U. S. 135983
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Description: The "E. M. Peck" was built by the Detroit Dry Dock Company in Wyandotte, Michigan in 1888. She was owned by the North Western Transportation Company, also of Detroit until 1893. That year she was sold to the North Western Transportation Company of Cleveland, Ohio. From 1900 to 1910, she was owned by the Calumet Transit Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and then by the Calumet Transit Company of Cleveland, Ohio. In 1913, her boiler exploded at Racine, Wisconsin, killing seven men. In 1915, her name was changed to the "Malton." She is featured in Picture No. 4053. under this name. That year she was purchased by the Matthews Steamship Company of Toronto, Ontario and owned by them until 1932. . She is featured in Picture No. 4054 under that name. Three years later, she was scrapped at Port Dalhousie, Ontario.
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