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August 16, 2014 - 12:01 PM --- Al Cenac.1236144
John Petermann
, Natchez, Ms. 39120
johnpetermann@bellsouth.net

  Great site, live on the river and enjoy looking up the tows as they pass by. Thanks.
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August 05, 2014 - 07:00 PM --- Dicks Towboat Gallery.
Tom King
, Hardin,Missouri
trkimg14@yahoo.com

  Loved yor site. It brought back a lot of good memories for me .
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August 04, 2014 - 03:46 PM --- Ralph E. Plagge.0572403
lewis ramthun
, cornland, il.
cornland1967@yahoo.com

  I have a pewter plate dated june 17, 1976 m/v ralph e. plagge .it looks like it was made in Columbia pa. it is a nice piece - ithink I will keep it for awhile.
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August 01, 2014 - 07:40 PM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
Charlie Wilson
, Cut N Shoot, TX.
roadkillgraybeard@yahoo.com

  Looking for some pictures Of the M/V Percy Lamay.Out of Greenville Miss. It was the 1st boat I worked on.
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July 28, 2014 - 08:44 AM --- Voyager.0263464
Jess Wooldridge
, Boonville, MO.
wooldridgejl@gmail.com

  So glad I found your website. Really enjoyed your photos of the MV Voyager (formerly MV Steve Rogers). I worked on the Steve Rogers as a deckhand in the mid-1960's when it was owned by Massman Construction Co. out of K.C., MO. on their river improvement projects. Always wondered what happened to that old boat. Thanks for the memories.
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July 27, 2014 - 04:59 PM --- John Roberts.0581854
john wayne roberts
, redfield ar.
johnroberts961@gmail.com

  the tug JOHN ROBERTS was named after my father - him and KNOX NELSON OF EXXON MOBILE OIL CO.
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July 19, 2014 - 07:54 AM --- Dicks Towboat Gallery.
DR.sidney Bentley
, new orleans la
www.sidneybentley@yahoo.com

  Enjoy look at the photos and I would like to see more towboats and more wheel house shots
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July 11, 2014 - 05:19 PM --- Dicks Towboat Gallery.
Kathy Hopkins
, California
iamgramma222@aol.com

  wonderful photos. Do you have any old 1900 photos of the gas towboat Gee Whiz.
[FIRE DESTROYS GASOLINE BOAT San Francisco Call, Volume 99, Number 30, 30 December 1905
Engineer Attempts to Fill Tank With Aid of Lantern and an Explosion Follows
The gasoline towboat Gee Whiz, belonging to the Rideout Brothers' Steamboat Company, was almost completely destroyed by fire about 7 o'clock last evening, while tied near the end of the Harrison-street wharf]
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July 09, 2014 - 08:39 PM --- Susan L. Stall.
Randy Guidry
, Texas
rcg77662@reagan.com

  Retired pilot. River Oak, Elizabeth Lane, Exxon Kentucky, Seminole Warrior, Seminole Chief, Exxon Tennessee, Exxon Chicago and St Louis.
Love to see the old "girls"
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July 08, 2014 - 10:01 AM --- Dicks Towboat Gallery.
David Dugan
, Phoenix Arizona
ddugan49@yahoo.com

  I worked on the Lower Mississippi river, upper Mississippi river, the Illinois river and the Ohio river in the late 70's - early 80's achieving my Cost Guard first mate's license on the inland waterways before venturing on in life. My first boat was the MV Mr. Paul with Fer River Towing. Then I worked on the MV Theresa Seley and MV James F. Towey owned by Nilo Barge Lines. I have sent some pictures in a e-mail and hope you enjoy them.

Sincerely
David A. Dugan
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