CAPT. JOHNSON, Cape May, NJ – 1923
A fine day's sport was available on the 110-foot twin-screw steamer "CAPT. JOHNSON" from Cape May, NJ circa 1923. Captain Thomas Johnson's boat was the largest boat on the NJ coast at the time. The "CAPT. JOHNSON" was built 1922 at Wildwood, NJ. The boat left for the Cape May fishing banks on the arrival of the 6:00 AM Reading Excursion Train from the Chestnut Street station in Philadelphia, PA. Fine accomodations for Ladies.