W. H. GILBERT
The W. H. GILBERT was the largest package freight steamer built up to 1892. In 1892 she carried 106,000 bushels of wheat from Duluth, 105,000 from Chicago, 2,762 gross tons of iron
ore from Two Harbors and 38,000 barrels of flour from Duluth. She sank in a collision with the freighter CALDER in Lake Huron on May 22, 1914.
Great Lakes Marine Collection-MPL/WMHS