Poole Engineering: Celebration Pamphlet

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Recently submitted by the people at the Research Center at the Baltimore Museum of Industry are scans of a 1917 celebration dinner program from Poole Engineering & Machine Co. There isn’t a lot of hard data here. It’s just for fun.

A note from BMI: They are currently working to restore the steam tug Baltimore, the oldest surviving hand-fired coal burning steam tug in the United States, built in Baltimore in 1906. BMI recently received a Saving America's Treasures grant and is looking for matching donations, volunteers and in-kind materials. If you’re interested, please contact them. It sounds like a neat project.

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