From the Erie Daily Times, Friday, May 6, 1960, the following vessels were due for arrival that weekend to unload iron ore at the Pennsylvania Railroad Ore Dock at Parade Street, the current home of Erie Sand & Gravel.
May 6: JOHN T. HUTCHINSON
May 7: DANIEL J. MORRELL
May 7: SEWELL AVERY
May 8: WILLIAM G. CLYDE
May 8: HOMER D. WILLIAMS
Of these, only the CLYDE is currently sailing, as the MAUMEE for Lower Lakes Transportation. The MAUMEE visited Erie one time during the 2006 season, on April 24 with a load of salt from Fairport Harbor, Ohio.
Maumee, April 24, 2006
The MORRELL sank in Lake Huron in 1965, and the AVERY is now sunk as a dock at Algoma Steel in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The HUTCHINSON and WILLIAMS both went for scrap in the mid-1980s.