The Robert C Clowry is (18 Apr 1921)

The Robert C. Clowry is bringing equipment back to Miami after failing to circumvent the U.S. orders by landing the Barbados cable in Cojemer, Cuba. (18 Apr 1921) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 9, Section: N/A

The cable ship Clowry and (29 Nov 1920)

The cable ship Clowry and Navy sub chasers 320 and 154 all steam out to sea. A Senate investigation is started. (29 Nov 1920) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

Followed closely by the US (28 May 1921)

Followed closely by the U.S. subchaser 154, the Robert C. Clowry cleared port this morning. (28 May 1921) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The subchaser 154 and cableship (8 Mar 1921)

The subchaser 154 and cableship Robert C. Clowry berth side by side at the municipal docks. (8 Mar 1921) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The Navy subchaser 154 fires (7 Mar 1921)

The Navy subchaser 154 fires a shot across the bow of the Robert C. Clowry when she picks up the buoy marking the end of the Barbados cable 4 miles offshore Miami. (7 Mar 1921) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

Enlargement of the Miami docks (28 Dec 1920)

Enlargement of the Miami docks is necessary as ships berth abreast. Schooners: Sarah E. Douglass, Harvester and P. J. McLaughlin; auxiliary yachts: Mystery J and Alcoyne; steamer City of Miami, cable ship Robert C. Clowry; destroyer Harding; tug Cayo Cristo. (28 Dec 1920) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or … Continue reading Enlargement of the Miami docks (28 Dec 1920)

Ships

Click on the name of a ship to perform a search for that term. Disregard the Ships search result, as that contains the names of all ships. “dredge number 2” derrick barge 9 dredge number 10 sub chaser 95 (renamed to Service) sub chaser 154 sub chaser 205 cutter 214 cutter 247 cruiser 284 cutter … Continue reading Ships