The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
John M. Hutchinson (Schooner), 1 Sep 1873

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NEW SCHOONER. -- The Cleveland Herald says Messrs. Quayle & Martin just completed a contract with Capt. Frank Perew, of Buffalo, for the construction of a first-class schooner, to be 225 feet keel, 35 feet 6 inches beam, and 14 feet hold.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      May 6, 1873

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      Capt. Frank Perew's new schooner the JOHN M. HUTCHINSON, was launched at cleveland Saturday. She was built by Thos. Quayle & Son. The following are the dimensions: Length of keel 210 ft.; over all 230 ft.; breadth of beam 36 ft.; depth of hold 14 ft. 8 inches; and estimated will have a carrying capacity of 68,000 bu. corn, as she has a burden of 1,050 tons under the old measurement. The cost of the vessel when completed will be about $80,000.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      September 23, 1873 3-5

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J.M. HUTCHINSON, schooner of 1016 tons. Built at Cleveland by Quayle & Martin, September 1873. Owned by Frand Perew. Home port, Buffalo. Value $36,000. Class A 1. Remarks - 3 masts.
      Association of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Hull Register, 1879

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John M. Hutchinson (Schooner), 1 Sep 1873