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The Way We Were

 


July 26, 1917:

Messrs, Kirk and Overbeck of the U.S. Geological Survey were in Wrangell early this week to make arrangements for a cruise in this district. The

services of W.C. Waters with his motorboat “The Glenora” were obtained and the party

left Monday afternoon, northbound. They will proceed to Juneau, Mr. Overbeck’s destination, where he will secure passage on a steamer to the westward, as his present work takes him to that part of Alaska. Mr. Kirk, the fossil expert, will cruise about in Icy Strait and vicinity, returning to Wrangell in the near future. Later he will make a...



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