The Labors of HERCULES exhibit
The Labors of HERCULES
Celebrating Hercules 100th Anniversary
From June 2007 to Spring 2008 there was an exhibit in the park's visitor center about the history and restoration of the ocean-going steam tug Hercules. If you missed the show you can still see it by opening up the PDF file below.
The file includes photographs of the show and images of the artifacts, ship models, photographs, captions, and text panels.
Two different size PDF files are available. Please note they are large files and will take time to download.
The Labors of HERCULES (3.5MB, larger file, text is easier to read)
The Labors of HERCULES (2.6MB, smaller file, but text is less sharp)
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