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Old 09-25-2007, 08:14 AM
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Default SSHSA publication features DELTA QUEEN/S.O.L.A.S.

Steamboating colleagues:
STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA's qurterly newsletter THE TELEGRAPH arrived yesterday. This slick 11 Pg. issue features coverage of the DELTA QUEEN/S.O.L.A.S. issue from front cover and Pg. 3. with photos and 'Editor's Note' from Brian Hughes, Editor. Brian's commentary reveals he worked at one time for the DELTA QUEEN STEAMBOAT CO. No doubt a number of you remember him.

The TELEGRAPH is a quarterly supplement to the larger STEAMBOAT BILL. The BILL covers not only big 'blue water' ships past and present, but features steamboats and smaller vessels here and world wide. Informative, technical, entertaining from cover to cover with fine Black/White & color work. A number on this web subscribe to the BILL along with WATERWAYS JOURNAL and the sage S&D REFLECTOR. Good job and many thanks to Brian Hughes.

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