The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
D. Leuty (Propeller), 17 Mar 1892

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Capt. James Davidson has sold his steamer CITY OF PARIS to to a syndicate composed of Capt. John S. McNeil of West Bay City, Thomas Cranage and J. W. McGraw of Bay City and Edward Smith of Buffalo. The price is said to be $150,000. Capt. McNeal will sail her. He has sold his interest in the propeller D. LEUTY, which he has sailed for several seasons, to George D. Jackson of Bay City, and he has also sold his interest in the barge R. BOTTSFORD of that tow.
      The Marine Review
      March 17, 1892

The steambarge D. LEUTY was named in honor of Demoline Leuty, an old and faithful employee of J.L. Woods of Lexington.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Tuesday, October 13, 1896

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D. Leuty (Propeller), 17 Mar 1892