Delta Queen on the Ohio River   Save
Delta Queen on the Ohio River
Description: Color slide showing the Delta Queen steamboat along the Ohio River. This paddle steamer is a National Historic Landmark, and was owned for a time by the Greene Line of Cincinnati, Ohio. First put into service in 1927, she served as a passenger ship along inland U.S. waterways for many decades, and is now docked in Chattanooga, Tennessee, as a floating hotel. The Wonderful World of Ohio slides were used for "The Wonderful World of Ohio" magazine, which was published monthly by the State of Ohio. Originally published in conjunction with the Departments of Natural Resources, Highways, Agriculture, and Development, it was solely the product of the Department of Development by 1970. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: SA2002AV_B1600970_001
Subjects: Steamboats; Rivers--Ohio; Transportation--Ohio--History;
Places: Ohio River; Cincinnati (Ohio); Hamilton County (Ohio)