JUST 18 DAYS LEFT TO MEET OUR GOAL
Friends of the Bob-Lo Steamers, our annual fundraiser is underway and I am seeking your assistance. There is a need of $148.00 to cover the balance of our 2015 hosting fee. This must be paid by January 3, 2015 or the site will be forced to go offline. Click on the Support This Site button on the menu bar or any of the PayPal Donate buttons at the bottom of each page.
You may donate in memory of a loved one, in the name of a friend, branch of military service, first responders, fire or police department, group or organization. Thank you in advance for your consideration. A Tribute To The Bob-Lo Steamers web site is an private endeavor and is not affiliated with any organization or existing project. The site serves as a tribute to the men and women who worked on the ships and those who love and remember the Bob-Lo Steamers and Bob-Lo Island. I receive no compensation, subsidies or donations from any other source. Your donations are not tax deductible as we are not a non-profit organization.

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BOB-LO STEAMERS IN THE NEWS

1902 River Race between Columbia and Frank E. Kirby from the Free Press 1902
River Ferries From Hand to Steam originally published in 1910
Detroit, Belle Isle & Windsor Ferry Company, The History of the Great Lakes
The Bob-Lo Island dock / The former bulk freighter Queenston. Click here to view this page

Thanks to Lisa Lisa Hagopian and Eric Harabadian for their documentary video Memories of the Bob-Lo Boat. You may click here to visit their site.

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