McNeilly Building - Flo Mo II at Maritime Museum

McNeilly Building

Explore the many aspects of innovation and transportation in the McNeilly Building.  Featured artifacts in this building include large Samson engines that were built in Stockton, a horse-drawn camp wagon used to take camping trips to Lake Tahoe and Yosemite and a 1917 Ford Model T truck that was used by Stockton’s Hickinbotham Bros. Hardware Company to deliver materials to customers.  Our latest addition is the 1926 Stephens Bros. boat, “Florence M II,” which was pulled by “Kerosene Kate,” a 1917 REO car, owned by the Morse-Skinner Families of Lodi who escaped the hot Valley summers at Lake Tahoe.