November 1971
New Yorker;11/13/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 39, p54
The article discusses the author's experience of traveling with the Hudson River Day Line steamboat. He described the Parlor 10, which is on the port side of the Alexander Hamilton, which is considered the only sidewheeler on the coastal waters of North America. The author's experience with the Alexander Hamilton steamboat is the last day of the boat's steamboating.


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