Detroit Boat Company
The Detroit Boat Company was founded in 1906 and went out of business in 1916. The company was noted more for its power boat production, but did build canoes, apparently throughout the period it was in business.
This catalog is die-cut in the shape of a canoe.
This page is from the 1911 catalog of Chicago hardware retailer Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. The canoes featured are the Hudson River model (built by the Detroit Boat Company), the Indian Girl model (built by J. H. Rushton, Inc.), the house brand REV-O-NOC model. While the cut for the REV-O-NOC model looks like that of the Indian Girl, neither the lengths offered or dimensions are that of J. H. Rushton.