The 157-foot tug Three Friends (16 Sep 1919)

The 157-foot tug Three Friends is sold to the Taggard Company in Georgia. The tug was built in Jacksonville in 1895 by John Daly and was a Miami regular. (16 Sep 1919) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 3, Section: N/A

The tug Three Friends observes (13 Aug 1914)

The tug Three Friends observes German and British ships in threating positions. [WWI, before U.S. involvement.] (13 Aug 1914) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 2, Section: N/A

The tug Three Friends returns (26 Apr 1905)

The tug Three Friends returns from the Alicia to tow Klondike to Jacksonville for overhaul. (26 Apr 1905) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The tug Three Friends will (25 Apr 1905)

The tug Three Friends will try to save the Alicia. The Inspector of Customs was sent to the wreck to oversee the accounting of cargo. There are reports of wreckers smuggling cargo ashore. (25 Apr 1905) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The historic old tug Three (16 May 1947)

The historic old tug Three Friends sinks at her dock in Jacksonville. A granddaughter of Napolean Broward, one of the tug’s builders, is searching for support to restore the tug. (16 May 1947) Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald Page: 22, Section: A