Mary E. Foster (schooner)
Mary E. Foster, two - masted schooner of 116 tons, was built at Port Ludlow in 1877 by Hall Bros. for Hawaiian owners for inter island trading. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers, 1850-1905,The Marine Digest. June 28, 1941, p. 2
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Mary E. Foster (schooner)
The Mary E. Foster, a four -masted schooner of 950 tons and 1100 M lumber capacity was built at Port Blakely by Hall Bros. in 1898 for Allen & Robinson, Honolulu. The entire career of the schooner was Spent in the lumber trade to Hawaii. She was in a collision with the steamer Mauna Kea off Diamond Head on April 26, 1923, and was beached at Waikiki. Three days later the wreck was hauled off and taken to Honolulu, where the lumber cargo was discharged and the hull sold for a hundred dollars. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers, 1850-1905,The Marine Digest. June 28, 1941, p. 2
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Mary E. Foster (schooner)
Mary E. Foster, two - masted schooner of 116 tons, was built at Port Ludlow in 1877 by Hall Bros. for Hawaiian owners for inter island trading. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers, 1850- 1905,The Marine Digest. June 28, 1941, p. 2
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Mary E. Foster (schooner)
The Mary E. Foster, a four -masted schooner of 950 tons and 1100 M lumber capacity was built at Port Blakely by Hall Bros. in 1898 for Allen & Robinson, Honolulu. The entire career of the schooner was Spent in the lumber trade to Hawaii. She was in a collision with the steamer Mauna Kea off Diamond Head on April 26, 1923, and was beached at Waikiki. Three days later the wreck was hauled off and taken to Honolulu, where the lumber cargo was discharged and the hull sold for a hundred dollars. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers, 1850-1905,The Marine Digest. June 28, 1941, p. 2
Citation: Tacoma Public Library