The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Juliet (Propeller), 6 Apr 1899

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      Steamer J.H. PRENTICE and consorts MIDDLESEX, Halsted Shores Lumber Co. of Ashland. Wis.. to Soper Lumber Co. of Chicago. $30,000; barges ALERT and ADVANCE, Stephenson Lumber Co. to Leathem & Smith of Sturgeon Bay. Wis.; passenger steamer JULIET, Benjamin Shurtleff of Chicago to Chicago drainage canal trustees.
      The Marine Review
      April 6, 1899

      The work of converting the JULIET into a handsome yacht for the use of the Chicago drainage commission has been completed at Davidson's ship yard, West Bay City, Mich.
      The Marine Review
      June 8, 1899

      The little steamer JULIET, for which the Chicago drainage board paid $18,000, has gone into commission at Chicago. She is 70 feet in length 17 feet beam and 7 feet deep. The boat has been rebuilt and six berths have been arranged in the cabin.
      The Marine Review
      June 22, 1899

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Juliet (Propeller), 6 Apr 1899