Harvard (1902)
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Service History

"The Harvard was built originally for Cleghorn brothers who used it for an excursion boat and it was always used for such and for moonlight rides around the lakes." "During all this period of years they have been carrying passengers on regular schedule around the lake." "When built the engines and boilers as well as the pumps came from the Arthur Kaye originally the Arrow."
Final Voyage

"Old age caught up with the Harvard in 1931. With the decrease in tourism that accompanied the depression, it was not economically feasible to renovate the venerable steamer. The superstructure was removed and the hull sunk just out from Williams Bay."
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