Lady Washington (Yacht), U140241, 27 May 1877
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The Detroit Post gives the following account of a launch at Grand Haven:
Yesterday the LADY WASHINGTON was launched from Squier & White's shipyard. She is a fine large steam pleasure yacht, 80 by 17 and 7 feet deep. Designed for the passenger trade in and about Chicago. She is owned by Malloy & Donnelly, of that city. Senator Ferry and other prominent citizens witnessed the launch.
May 28, 1877
A new pleasure steamer named LADY WASHINGTON has arrived at Chicago. She is 82 feet over all; 17½ feet beam. and 7 feet hold.
Tuesday, June 12, 1877
Steam screw LADY WASHINGTON. U. S. No. 140241. Of 76.32 tons and 50 horsepower. Home port, Cheboygan, Mich.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1880-1881
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes