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Here, then, is the story of Cliff House, as least as I know it now.
Here, in Part Two and gleaned from local newspapers, are a few examples of the dim and the dumb.
Gleaned from local newspapers, are a few examples of the dim and the dumb.
The second in a two-part collection of humorous tales gleaned from old newspapers on the central Kenai Peninsula.
The first part of a two-part collection of humorous tales gleaned from old newspapers on the central Kenai Peninsula.
Her long career had come to an end at last.
The S.S. Dora touched lives on and became part of the history of the Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska.
The Dora traveled from the West Coast to Southeast Alaska, to Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet, to Bristol Bay and the Aleutian Islands, and occasionally all the way to Nome.
Although Dr. R. J. Alcorn spent only a few years in Alaska, he certainly got around.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is Part One of a two-part story about a physician/surgeon who came to Seward in the 1920s with some curious blank spots… Continue reading
Part Two of a two-part story about a few of the unlucky and the unwise among the long history of medical professionals in Seward.