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Old 01-07-2010, 08:26 AM
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Carl: Nifty stuff! Merrick rings a bell. I'm certain I've a copy of that by way of a generous DjR collector in Arkansas--one Mr. Henry de Linde? ( it is. I was remiss not to list that before.)

5) Joseph Reynolds And The Diamond Jo Line Steamers (1862-1911) by George B. Merrick; Reprinted from The Proceedings of The Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Vol. VIII; August 6, 1928.

I'm unfamiliar with the Waterways Journal. (I take it, that's not online?) And the idea that a collection of his papers has found a home with the Minnesota Historical Society is very encouraging--a jingle to them in on my to-do list. Many thanks for the pointers!
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