Ms 17 Burger Boat Company Collection

SCOPE & CONTENT: Ms 17 Burger Boat Company Collection

Records of the Burger Boat Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Records of launch and delivery dates of Burger vessels, company history, business records. Includes World War II vessel construction, fishing vessels, contracts, memorabilia.

  • Ms 17 Drawings and Specifications for Ladders and Steps on boats 2005-65-18
  • Ms 17 Misc. notes related to unknown Burger vessels 2005-65-19
  • Ms 17 Drawings and Specifications for Cuddy Door and Steps, and Deck Storage for Burger Boats 2005-65-20
    • Ms 17.1 Company History & Memorabilia
    • Ms 17.1-1 Employees
      • Ms 17.1-1.1 Employees – Union
    • Ms 17.1-2 Corp. Articles
    • Ms 17.1-3 Bankruptcy
    • Ms 17.1-4 Reopening 1993
  • Ms 17.2 Correspondence
    • Ms 17.2-1 Re: Schuette Family Yacht, Ludie Marine Comtriation, & Burger Boat Plans
  • Ms 17.3 Vessel listings
    • Ms 17.3-1.1 Yachts – Memorabilia Burger 60
    • Ms 17.3-1 Vessel List 1946-1984, yachts arranged by delivery date
    • Ms 17.3-1.2 Burger 93 (Steel Cruise)
    • Ms 17.3-3 Vessel listing of fishing vessels, 1926-1950
    • Ms 17.3-2 Vessel Listing circa 1923-1959, Job #3A-11C
    • Ms 17.3-5 Burger Yachts/vessels, 1930 -1963
    • Ms 17.3-4 Vessel Listings, Navy and Army contracts, 1953-1955
  • Ms 17.4 World War II Company Memorabilia
    • Ms 17.4-1 World War II ATR Rescue Tug Launch Passes
      • Ms 17.4-1.1 World War II ATR – 89 (Rescue Tugs)
    • Ms 17.4-2 WWII Minesweeper (YMS) launching passes
      • Ms 17.4-2.1 YMS material
    • Ms 17.4-3 World War II Sub chasers (PC) launching passes
      • Ms 17.4-3.1 WWII sub chaser (PC)
  • Ms 17.5 Vessels
    • Ms 17.5-1 Tug Harrison Ludington (96036) st.s. Built 1890
    • Ms 17.5-2 Donna (208539) Ga.s. Built 1904
    • Ms 17.5-3 Cherokee (240065) Ga.s. Built 1906
    • Ms 17.5-4 Helen B (209397) Ga.s. Built 1905
    • Ms 17.5-5 Marie (257323) Ol.s.y. Built 1949
  • Ms 17.6 Burger Yacht General Engine Information and Notes
  • Ms 17.7 Burger Yachts – General Information
  • Ms 17.8 Publications
    • Ms 17.8-1 Burger Yard News Vol. 1 No. 1 1957 to Vol. 10 No. 1 1988; 1994-1995
    • Ms 17.8-2 Other Burger Publications
  • Ms 17.8-1 Beth-A-Belle, 1979
  • Ms 17.8-2 Adventurer, 1980
  • Ms 17.8-3 Bravo Papa, 1981
  • Ms 17.8-4 Silver Sharis, 1981
  • Ms 17.8-5 Mayan Queen, 1981
  • Ms 17.8-6 Grindstone, 1981
  • Ms 17.8-7 Voyager, 1982
  • Ms 17.8-8 Burger 70, 1982
  • Ms 17.8-9 Electra, 1982
  • Ms 17.8-10 Quanta, 1983
  • Ms 17.8-11 Silver Cloud, 1983
  • Ms 17.8-12 Eastwind, 1984
  • Ms 17.8-13 Beth-A-Belle, 1984
  • Ms 17.8-14 Panacea IV, 1984
  • Ms 17.8-15 Paradox, 1986
  • Ms 17.8-16 Galpo, 1986
  • Ms 17.8-17 Voyager
  • Ms 17.8-18 Encore V, 1986
  • Ms 17.8-19 Anna Marie, 1986
  • Ms 17.8-20 Beth-A-Belle, 1987
  • Ms 17.8-21 The King & I, 1987
  • Ms 17.8-23 Fantasy V, 1988
  • Ms 17.8-24 Burger 83, 1992
  • Ms 17A Log Books
    • Ms 17A.1 Displacement Record, 1924-1930
    • Ms 17A.2 Ships Log MSU 486, 1955
    • Ms 17A.3 USS Valor (AM 472) Pilot house Log, 1954
    • Ms 17A.4 USS Vital (AM 474) Official Log, 1955
    • Ms 17A.5 Ships Log MSO 487, 1955
    • Ms 17A.6 SC 660-661, 1942
    • Ms 17A.7 USS Vigor (AM 473) Pilot House Log, 1952
    • Ms 17A.8 AM 573, 1953
    • Ms 17A.10 YMS Specifications, 1948
    • Ms 17A.11 45’ Tugs, 1948
  • M90-2-11 Sparkman and Stephens – Minesweeper, 1954
  • M90-2-12 J.J. Camalich – Bon Jour, 1929
  • M90-2-13 M.W. DeYoung – Tug, 1922
  • M90-2-14 A.W. Goodrich – Houseboat, 1925
  • M90-2-15 Detroit Lighthouse Dept. – Motorboat, 1916
  • M90-2-16 Francis Dickerson – Pleasure Craft, 1915
  • M90-2-17 Henry Goble – Pleasure craft, 1915
  • M90-2-18 L.M. Hanks – sailboat, 1921
  • M90-2-19 U.S. Government – Sub Chaser, 1917
  • M90-2-20 Kettleson, Schoha & Beunel – Sand Sucker, 1921
  • M90-2-21 H.V. Joannes – Type A Deck Cruiser, 1924
  • M90-2-22 Conrad LaFond – Fish Tug, 1922
  • M90-2-23 Kolbe Fish Co. – Fish Tug. 1915
  • M90-2-24 Standard Oil Corp. – Work Boat, 1916
  • M90-2-25 Frank Martinek – stern open boats (2), 1911
  • M90-2-26 Frank Martinek – 6 passenger vessel, 1915?
  • M90-2-27 McMullen & Pitz - 16’ Vessel, 1923
  • M90-2-28 E.N. Murphy – auxiliary cruising yawl
  • M90-2-29 National Fireproofing Co. – Tug
  • M90-2-30 C. Reiss Coal Co. – Runabout, 1922
  • M90-2-31 O.M. Reif – motorboat, 1923
  • M90-2-32 O.M. Teif – launch, 1921
  • M90-2-33 Pittsburgh S.S. Co. USLHS – Motorboat, 1916
  • M90-2-34 E.P. Rupprecht – Cabin Launch, 1905
  • M90-2-35 J.V. Rohan – Katherine – runabout, 1923
  • M90-2-36 J. Weitz – sch. Blackhawk, 1931
  • M90-2-37 W.C. Stone – Motorboat, 1923
  • M90-2-38 G.C. VonStamwitz – Cruiser, 1921
  • M90-2-39 E.A. Sonnemann Fish Co. – Fish Tug, 1916
  • M90-2-40 Smith Brothers & Hahn, Sheboygan – Fish Tug, 1916
  • M90-2-41 Benson, Jenson, Benson – Tug & Tug Alice, 1922
  • M90-2-42 P.D. Harvey, Chicago – Cruiser - #939, 1923
  • M90-2-43 Illinois Steel Co., Chicago – cruiser - #940, 1923
  • M90-2-44 O. Abernathy, Kansas City, M) – Cruiser - #1923
  • M90-2-45 H.S. Cooper – Motor Yacht, 1924
  • M90-2-46 H. Wuesthoff – Cruiser - #990, 1924
  • M90-2-47 Smith Brothers Port Wahington – Fish Tug, 1926
  • M90-2-48 Jacobi – Fish Tug, 1927
  • M90-2-49 E.E. Gillen – Towing Tug, 1926
  • M90-2-50 J. Jacobi- Fish Tug, 1927
  • M90-2-51 S.C. Brown – Yacht Lura B, 1928
  • M90-2-52 Coffey Fish Co. – Fish Tug, 1928
  • M90-2-53 L. Cornell – Fish Tug, 1928
  • M90-2-54 Smith Fish Co. – Wood Fish Tug, 1928
  • M90-2-55 Oriental Mills – Freighter (This could be White Swan), 1922
  • M90-2-56 War Dept. – Standard cruiser, 1930
  • M90-2-57 F.W. Denton – diesel Yacht - #313A, 1929
  • M90-2-58 McMullen & Pitz – Tug - #314A, 1930
  • M90-2-59 G.L. Dredge & Drydock – launches – 315A, 316A, 317A, 318A, 1930
  • M90-2-60 F. LeClair – Fish Boat - # 319A, 1922
  • M90-2-61 LeClair Fish Co. Confirmation Pond Fish Boat, 1930
  • M90-2-62 S.C. Rozenbeck – Yacht & Yacht Flicker, 1930
  • M90-2-63 54’ Single Screw boat, 1930
  • M90-2-64 Sinclair Refining – Somcaor, 1935
  • M90-2-65 H. LaFond – Fish Tug, 1930
  • M90-2-66 L.H. Heinke – cruiser - #346A, 1931
  • M90-2-67 R. Souquet, J. M. Conway – cruiser - #356A, 1931
  • M90-2-68 W.J. Laurie – Steamer North Shore, 1931
  • M90-2-69 Duluth, Superior Dredge CO. – Tug, 1931
  • M90-2-70 E.N. Murphy Yacht Yawim - #347A, 1930
  • M90-2-71 Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. Golden State & Wolverine, numbers 380A and 381A, 1931-32
  • M90-2-72 G. Mollhagen –Fish Tug - #282A, 1929
  • M90-2-73 L.H Vaughn – Sailboat, 1928
  • M90-2-74 Hanson Brothers – Fish Tug, 1929
  • M90-2-76 R.T. Friedmann – Yacht Who - #304A, 1929
  • M90-2-77 E. Nelson – Fish Tug #386A, 1932
  • M90-2-78 Klein, Ehaney, Smith #404A, 1933
  • M90-2-79 Simons & Cornell – Tug, 1933
  • M90-2-80 F. Weimer – Fish Tug, 1934
  • M90-2-81 Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. – Yawl, 1933
  • M90-2-82 E. Mathews – Fish Tug, 1934
  • M90-2-83 Simons & Connel – Tug, 1934
  • M90-2-84 Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. – Yawl, 1935
  • M90-2-85 W.E. Hill – Tug – Naomi Kong, 1935
  • M90-2-86 Smith Brothers – Fish Tug, 1935
  • M90-2-87 G. VanHall – Fish Tug, 1936
  • M90-2-88 Brown Fisheries – Fish Boat, 1936
  • M90-2-89 Bossler & Sons – Fish Tug, 1936
  • M90-2-90 F. Meyer – Fish Boat, 1938
  • M90-2-91 L. Nelson – Fish Boat, 1938
  • M90-2-92 L. White – Fish Boat – Albert J - #492, 1938
  • M90-2-93 LeClair Brothers Fish Tug - #493, 1937
  • M90-2-94 Jacobi – Fish Tug, 1937
  • M90-2-95 Booth Fisheries – Frt. - #509A, 1938
  • M90-2-96 Lighthouse Bureau – Patrol Boat, 1939
  • M90-2-97 U.S. Navy – USS YP-26 - #210, 1940
  • M90-2-98 L. Miller – Yacht Sereno, 1949
  • M90-2-99 Albert & Ludwig Rozal – Fish Boat, 1949
  • M90-2-100 U.S. Navy-Minesweeper-AMS 60 class, 1953
  • M90-2-101 U.S. Navy-Minesweeper-AMS 60 class, 1953
  • M90-2-102 U.S. Navy-Minesweeper-AMS 60 class, 1953
  • M90-2-103 U.S. Navy-Minesweeper-AMS 60 class, 1954
  • M90-2-104 Metal Coating Corp. – Yacht Panacea #882, 1954
  • M90-2-105 H. Richter - #889A – cruiser Hal- Pan III ,1954
  • M90-2-106 W. Jenkins, #889A, Cruiser Willie Kaye, 1955
  • M90-2-107 H. Finely – Cruiser Janeff, 1951
  • M90-2-108 City of Milwaukee – Harbor Escort, 1957
  • M90-2-109 Hermarwin Corp – Mara Caprice, 1957
  • M90-2-110 H. Elliott, Halsam Products – Caroline IV “Burger 65,” 1957
  • M90-2-111 B. Ford - “Burger 65,” #50B, Onika, 1957
  • M90-2-112 H. Otis – Cruiser Tejana, Burger 70, #51B, 1957
  • M90-2-113 W. Tyler – Cruiser Ceriel, 1958
  • M90-2-114 Col. R. Williams & L.C. Williams – Burger 65 Cruiser Yacht Dunreath II, 1958
  • M90-2-115 J. Camp – Cruiser Sea Star, 1958
  • M90-2-116 C. Johnson, Motor Investment Corp – Aluminum Fish Boat,1959
  • M90-2-117 R. Dant – Burger 80, Prairie Belle, 1958
  • M90-2-118 C. Smith – Burger 65, Nancy V, 1959
  • M90-2-119 R. Hermann – Burger 60, Emperor Gene, 1959
  • M90-2-120 Burger Boat, Rules and Regulations, Mortgage,Chris Craft, Correspondence