San Leandro (built 1923; ferry) records, 1955-1956, (SAFR 22683, HDC 1624), consists of three documents: daily time report
(blank), dated July 8, 1955; a list of work to be done, dated May 2, 1956; and a list of repairs to be made, dated August
Vessel History: The SAN LEANDRO was a passenger ferry built in 1923 in Los Angeles and operated by the Key System Transit
Company. It was requisitioned for wartime shipyard service and then to United States Army and retired in 1958. Specifications
were 1,653 gross tons, 225 feet in length, and 1,325 horsepower.
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