L.T. Haas (steamboat)
L.T. Haas on Lake Washington.
|Owner:||Henry Cade; Carlson Bros; Anderson Boat Company|
|Out of service:||1909|
|Fate:||Destroyed by fire|
|Installed power:||steam engine|
The steamboat L.T. Haas was a vessel that operated on Lake Washington in the first part of the 20th century.
L.T. Haas, rated at 89 tons, was originally operated by Harry Cade and the Carlson Brothers, who, doing business as the Interlaken Steamship Company, ran her on the Leschi Park-Meydenhauer Bay route. Later Captain John Anderson of Anderson Steamboat Co. acquired L.T. Haas when he merged the Interlaken concern into his own company. L.T. Haas was destroyed by fire in 1909 while on the lake.
- Faber, Jim, Steamer’s Wake, at page 225, Enetai Press, Seattle, WA 1985 ISBN 0-9615811-0-7
- Newell, Gordon R., ed., H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest, at 377, Superior Publishing, Seattle, WA 1966
- Faber, at 225
- McCurdy at 81 and 169
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