Lottie

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In the News~

April 24, 1891 [SBMP]: “The Lottie, Captain Burtis, sailed yesterday for Santa Cruz Island with a pleasure party.”


July 24, 1891 [SBMP]: “Prof. H. C. Ford, Josiah Doulton, I. B. Hardy and W. E. Noble left yesterday in the Lottie, Captain Burtis, for the islands. They will be absent about ten days, and will visit San Miguel, Santa Rosa and Anacapa islands.”


August 18, 1891 [SBMP]: “Captain Burtis had a gay party of ladies and gentlemen out for a sail on the schooner Lottie yesterday afternoon.”


August 29, 1891 [SBMP]: “The schooner Lottie, Captain Burtis, and a party returned last evening from the islands.”


June 13, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “The schooner Lottie sailed for the islands Saturday with Mr. Doulton and a party from Montecito. They expect to be gone a week.”


July 11, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “Parties to the islands for a few days recreation are becoming quite a thing. On Saturday another party of eight went over to where Mr. Ray and his friends are. These were Mr. Wallace Baily and his wife, Mr. Penfield and wife, Miss Winnie Humphrey, Miss Mable Hutchinson, E. J. Portens and Clark Streator, the bird and bug man. They went over in Captain Burtis’ boat, the Lottie.”


July 24, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “The schooner Lottie, Captain Saunders, left yesterday morning at 6 o’clock with another party for the islands - a part of the Tennis Club, Professor Leslie and wife, Mr. Eschenburg and a number of others. They expect to be gone about ten days and will keep the boat with them so that they can move from place to place.”


August 4, 1892 [SBMP]: “Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elliott, Ray Elliott and party left yesterday morning on the Lottie for Anacapa Island. The Lottie will return today and take another party to Santa Cruz Island Thursday.”


August 5, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “The schooner Lottie took another large party to Santa Cruz Island yesterday. The morning was fine, with a more than usually good breeze. The party started shortly after sunrise. Mrs. Lower and the Misses Jennings, Kittridge, Howe, Hart, Hunt, Ord, Reed and Richmond were the ladies. The gentlemen were W. W. Scott, secretary of the YMCA, N. H. Reed and son, David Nidever, W. A. Cooper, William Mayser, L. F. Lamb, Frank Viebohn and G. D. Bates. They expect to be gone a week and will keep the boat to go about the islands with.”


August 14, 1892 [SBMP]: “Santa Cruz Island as seen by a Barbareño on a pleasure trip... It was early morning in the latter part of July. Camping equipage enough for a small army lay piled upon the wharf, and the schooner Lottie, lying at anchor with every sail spread, indicated that she was ready to receive this ponderous load...”


August 15, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “Ray Elliott and a party of friends, who have been to Anacapa Island in the schooner Lottie, have returned and report a pleasant trip.”


August 28, 1892 [LAT/SB]: “The little white schooner Lottie, which has been doing a fine business carrying parties to the islands and back is to be laid up for the winter in a short time. Yesterday afternoon a large party was out for a sail in her around the bay. The ladies were the Misses Saunders, Telford, Varner, two Miss Bayers, Miss Pyle, Captain Burtis, Mr. Dana and a number of other gentlemen.”