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History and Notes
- Reported to have a capacity for 105 passengers.
- 1890 Ran Manistee to Onekama and Frankfort, MI, some summers out of Chicago.
- 1894, Apr 27 Enrolled owner Maria Crysler, Harbor Springs, MI. Intended for Little Traverse Bay Line with GRACIE BAKER.
- 1898-1899, Rebuilt, renamed SEARCH LIGHT. 94.8'x19.5 x 6.5', 95.75 gross tons, 80.56 net tons. Increased capacity to 250 persons.
- 1899, Jun 28 Enrolled owners Walter Crysler & M.E. Stickney of Harbor Springs, MI.
- 1902, Dec 1 Ashore at Cross Village, released Dec 8 by tugs TAYLOR and GEIKEN; damages included bottom, wheel and rudder.
- 1903, April 28 Crysler Ferry Line sold to Wilbur, Campbell & Gill.
- 1903, May 6 Owned Oscar Wilbur, Peter D. Campbell & W.F. Gill.
- 1906 Bow housed in for open lake; evidently rebuilt Charlevoix, MI.
- 1909, Feb 9 Enrolled owners Oscar Wilbur, Peter D. Campbell, Charlevoix, MI.
- 1909, Aug 28 W.D. Hamilton, Chicago, IL.
- 1910, Jun 11 Mary Martinek, Chicago, IL.
- 1912, Sep 6 William W. Clark, Chicago, IL.
- 1915, May 22 M.J. Abrahamson & J.H. Beagle, Duluth, MN.
- 1916, Apr 23 "Raised from Duluth Harbor and towed into the Lake; beached on Wisconsin Point one half mile below Superior Entry"
- 1916, May 29 Documents surrendered at Duluth, MN, "Abandoned."
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- Maritime History of the Great Lakes
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- C. Patrick Labadie
- Bowling Green State University
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- 2008-02-20 11:46:24