Photo, Print, Drawing Fantail Launch ENA, 313 Robert Bush Drive, West, South Bend, Pacific County, WA

[ Drawings from Survey HAER WA-216  ]

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[ Data Pages from Survey HAER WA-216  ]
[ Photo Captions from Survey HAER WA-216  ]

About this Item

Title
Fantail Launch ENA, 313 Robert Bush Drive, West, South Bend, Pacific County, WA
Contributor Names
Historic American Engineering Record, creator
L. L. Bush
Louderback, Dan
Louderback, Marion
Badger, Fred
Furfiord, Janet
Louderback, Daniel
Coulter, Dan
Clatsop Community College Historic Preservation Program, historian
Swerdloff, Lucien, project manager
Johnson, Sam, project assistant
Wessinger, Joseph, field team
Nice, Brian, field team
Trenner, Gary, II, field team
Dreke, Adam, field team
Putkey, Paul, field team
Reynolds, Earl, researcher
Weilepp, Bruce, researcher
Brown, Randy, field team
Clatsop Community College, sponsor
Columbia River Maritime Museum, sponsor
Croteau, Todd, photographer
Council of American Maritime Museums, sponsor
HLB Otak, sponsor
Croteau, Todd, project manager
Created / Published
Documentation compiled after 1968
Subject Headings
-  maritime
-  pilot houses
-  launches
-  boats
-  gasoline engines
-  transportation
-  mahogany
-  Washington -- Pacific County -- South Bend
Latitude / Longitude
46.665414,-123.793467
Notes
-  Significance: The fantail launch Ena, whose name means "beaver" in the Chinook trade jargon, was built by pioneer boat builder Dan Louderback in 1904. She was used for transportation in Willapa Bay by the oystering family of L. L. Bush of Bay Center for about twenty years. In the 1920s, Marion Louderback, Dan's son, restored it. It was used for weekend pleasure trips from the 1930s until the 1960s by South Bend business owner Fred Badger. Marion Louderback eventually reacquired the Ena and kept her floating during his lifetime. Today she is owned by Janet Furfiord, Marion's daughter, and is displayed on land in front of the Eastpoint Seafood cannery in South Bend. Ena is a rare surviving example of this type of, once common, craft.
-  Survey number: HAER WA-216
-  Building/structure dates: 1904 Initial Construction
-  Building/structure dates: after. 1930- before. 1939 Subsequent Work
Medium
Photo(s): 9
Measured Drawing(s): 4
Data Page(s): 7
Photo Caption Page(s): 1
Call Number/Physical Location
HAER WA-216
Source Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
Control Number
wa0904
Rights Advisory
No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/114_habs.html
Language
English
Online Format
image
pdf
Description
Photo(s): 9 | Measured Drawing(s): 4 | Data Page(s): 7 | Photo Caption Page(s): 1

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Chicago citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, Creator, L. L. Bush, Dan Louderback, Marion Louderback, Fred Badger, Janet Furfiord, Daniel Louderback, et al., Croteau, Todd, photographer. Fantail Launch ENA, 313 Robert Bush Drive, West, South Bend, Pacific County, WA. Pacific County South Bend Washington, 1968. Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/wa0904/.

APA citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, C., L. L. Bush, Louderback, D., Louderback, M., Badger, F., Furfiord, J. [...] Croteau, T., Croteau, T., photographer. (1968) Fantail Launch ENA, 313 Robert Bush Drive, West, South Bend, Pacific County, WA. Pacific County South Bend Washington, 1968. Documentation Compiled After. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/wa0904/.

MLA citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, Creator, et al., photographer by Croteau, Todd. Fantail Launch ENA, 313 Robert Bush Drive, West, South Bend, Pacific County, WA. Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/wa0904/>.