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Ending Her Last Long Voyage; the Harry W. Adams; last of the Bluenose-type fishing schooners that worked the Grand Banks of Newfoundland; sailed into Toronto Harbor Saturday to slip into her final berth. Her skipper; Capt. Samuel Pardy; 67; sailed her up the Seaway from Newfoundland to be used here either as a floating museum or for Lake Ontario tourist cruises. Open in full size

Ending Her Last Long Voyage; the Harry W. Adams; last of the Bluenose-type fishing schooners that worked the Grand Banks of Newfoundland; sailed into Toronto Harbor Saturday to slip into her final berth. Her skipper; Capt. Samuel Pardy; 67; sailed her up the Seaway from Newfoundland to be used here either as a floating museum or for Lake Ontario tourist cruises.

Picture, 1968, English

Ending Her Last Long Voyage; the Harry W. Adams; last of the Bluenose-type fishing schooners that worked the Grand Banks of Newfoundland; sailed into Toronto Harbor Saturday to slip into her final berth. Her skipper; Capt. Samuel Pardy; 67; sailed her up the Seaway from Newfoundland to be used here either as a floating museum or for Lake Ontario tourist cruises.

Picture, 1968, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Ships - H - Named

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0014232f