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."
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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