The British steamer Maysie A (17 Oct 1921)

The British steamer Maysie A. is wrecked at about 60 miles east of Nassau at Governor’s Harbor. (17 Oct 1921) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The mail schooner Maysie arrives (5 Mar 1919)

The mail schooner Maysie arrives from Nassau in only 18 hours. The trip usually takes 35 hours. (5 Mar 1919) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

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

Schooners on the bayfront: Serafina (20 Feb 1919)

Schooners on the bayfront: Serafina C., Laeon, Maysie, Louise F., Flora Candon, Reedville, Roberts & Russels and Naxie. The steamer Albert Soper arrived with steel. (20 Feb 1919) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A