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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: U.S.L.H.T. Lilac

Other name(s): Elma

Ship owner: G.T Linton; Garlick Navigation Co.; J. H. Riley; U.S. Lighthouse Service

Ship builder: Globe Iron Works, Cleveland, Ohio

Engine builder: Globe Iron Works, Cleveland, Ohio

Year ship built: 1892

Year engine built: 1892

Final disposition: Abandoned, 1938.



b) Elma (1924) (US 224702)


1) U. S. Lighthouse Service

2) J. H. Riley, New York

3) G. T. Linton, New York

4) Garlick Navigation Company, Miami, Florida

Registry number: US. 224702

Hull number: 44

Vessel type: Lighthouse Tender

Height: 15.2

Width: 26

Length: 145

Stroke length: 30 in.

Gross tonnage: 434

Net tonnage: 212

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Fore and Aft

Piston 1: 21 in.

Piston 2: 40 in.

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