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The Way We Were

 


September 30, 1916: Headlines on a front-page

editorial by the new publisher, J.W. Pritchett: “Wrangell

Ideal Location for a Large Paper Mill.” “Tongass National Forest Could Supply

Enough Pulp To Keep Several Big Mills In Operation For Many Years to Come.” “Present Exorbitant Prices of Paper Would Make An Alaskan Paper Mill as Good as a License to Rob Banks.”

September 19, 1941: To Lloyd Benjamin goes honors for bagging the first

moose of the season. Benjamin, with Warren Gartley and Leo Cramer, went up the

Stikine the first of the week on a hunting trip. After making ca...



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