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1961 ❖ PUGET SOUND LIVE STEAMERS MEET #2

PUGET SOUND LIVE STEAMERS MEET
1,2,3 September 1961,
McConnell Island, San Juan Archipelago, WA.
"A triumph" was the general opinion of the 2nd
steam launch meet by this enthusiastic group.
Photograph by Everett A. Arnes.
A donation in the next century by steamer Harry Hibbler.
 
Thank you, Mr. Hibbler.

Some of the identified participants in this photo are:

Robert H. Ellis, OCEANID. Shaw Island and Portland.
Bill Durham, black pants with wife and two daughters.
Mildred Norway, sitting in plaid pants  & husband Bill Norway, Shaw Island.
Russ Hibbler, with the upturned hat.
Cliff Blackstaffe, Victoria, B.C.  
Ann Thompson
Roe (?) Windsor
Claire Tift, Chief Marine Engineer, Shaw Island. 
Stella Patty 
Malcolm Cameron, MAGGIE, Shaw Island.
Ivan Poutiatine, son-in-law of above. 
Alice & Bryan Fessenden, Shaw Island.

This photograph was published by Bill Durham in Steamboats and Modern Steam Launches newsletter Nov/Dec 1962 with the only identification being that of the photographer.

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