L.T. Haas (steamboat)

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LT Haas running on Lake Washington ca 1911.JPG
L.T. Haas on Lake Washington.
History
Name: L.T. Haas
Owner: Henry Cade; Carlson Bros; Anderson Boat Company
Route: Lake Washington
Builder: G.V. Johnson
In service: 1902
Out of service: 1909
Fate: Destroyed by fire
General characteristics
Type: inland steamboat
Tonnage: 89
Installed power: steam engine
Propulsion: propeller

The steamboat L.T. Haas was a vessel that operated on Lake Washington in the first part of the 20th century.

Construction[edit]

L.T. Haas was built in 1902[1] by G.V. Johnson, who owned an early shipyard on Lake Washington.[2]

Operating career[edit]

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.[3] L.T. Haas was destroyed by fire in 1909 while on the lake.[4]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Faber, Jim, Steamer’s Wake, at page 225, Enetai Press, Seattle, WA 1985 ISBN 0-9615811-0-7
  2. ^ Newell, Gordon R., ed., H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest, at 377, Superior Publishing, Seattle, WA 1966
  3. ^ Faber, at 225
  4. ^ McCurdy at 81 and 169

External links[edit]

Historic images from on-line collections of the University of Washington[edit]