photo of the Pittsburgh Wharf is dated 1890. During periods of low
water it was a practice to line up the boats until high water
returned. Many of these boats are identified in an article found in
the S&D Reflector. The identified boats include: Steamer
VOYAGER on the far shore, Steamer TWILIGHT which is parallel to the shore
on the left, going up the line are Steamers WM. BONNER, JOS NIXON, BOB
CONNELL, HORNET No2, JOSH COOK, ANNIE ROBERTS, and the large boat with two
stacks with an emblem between them is the JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS.