The Way We Were
August 17, 2017
August 23, 1917: Harry Eastman who formerly conducted a shoe shop on Front Street and who left Wrangell for Atlin in January, has enlisted in Ontario and is now on his way to France. Mr. Eastman made many friends in Wrangell. His place of business was known as the Canadian club, and many men now living in Wrangell will read this item with pleasant recollections of evenings spent at there. He is well past the draft age, but has nevertheless responded to the need of his country for men.
August 21, 1942: Don’t be too surprised to see Wrangell’s Groundhog Badin mining area producing some st...