The 2-masted coasting schooner Stephen (24 May 1907)

The 2-masted coasting schooner Stephen R. Mallory, with a cargo of starch, strikes a rock off Basin Hill, Key Largo and sinks. In shallow water, wreckers will attempt to float her. (24 May 1907)

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Judge Locke renders an important (24 May 1907)

Judge Locke renders an important decision affecting marine surveying of salvaged vessels. Prompted by the Hannah M. Bell. (24 May 1907)

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A complete break down of (20 May 1907)

A complete break down of the wrecker’s salvage from the Hannah M. Bell. [Details to each person involved.] (20 May 1907)

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The 3-masted schooner Taylor is (16 May 1907)

The 3-masted schooner Taylor is stranded on the reef near Sound Point and is freed by jettisoning 160,000 feet of lumber. Wreckers picked up the lumber and, as directed by salvages laws, took it to Key West. (16 May 1907)

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