The Fanny Dutard (built 1882; schooner, 3m) crew photographs, circa 1920-1930, (SAFR 23856, P93-061) are comprised mainly
of photographs of crew members during a voyage on board the Pacific Coast cod fishing schooner FANNY DUTARD. The collection
has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.
FANNY DUTARD (built 1882; schooner, 3m) was built by C.G. White in San Francisco, California. "She was owned by B. C. Genereaux
and later by Hans Madison of San Francisco, and in 1905 was bought by J.A. Matheson of Anacortes, Wash., and put in the Bering
Sea codfishery. She was withdrawn in 1918 in favor of the off-shore lumber and copra trade, but resumed fishing the next year.
Her last voyage was in 1930; then she was laid up for a time in Lake Union, Seattle, but has operated recently [circa 1941]
as a barge by the Ketchikan Packing Co." Source: Lyman, John. "Pacific Coast-Built Sailers, 1850-1905." The Marine Digest,
April 12, 1941.