The Way We Were

From the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago

Aug. 16, 1923

The freighter Cordova called here the first week of August to take on a shipment of 115,000 feet of clear spruce which is consigned to London, England. The lumber will be transshipped from Puget Sound to the East Coast and from there across the Atlantic to England. The fact that the Wilson and Sylvester mill of Wrangell is constantly filling repeat orders from England speaks volumes for the quality of Alaska spruce.

Aug. 13, 1948

Telephone service between Wrangell and continental United States was inaugurated last week, with many calls being put through by local citizens. Sgt. Sa...


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