June 6, 2013 | Vol. 111, No. 23

Yesterday's News

June 7, 1913 – The Seattle Times says that a chain of ten hotels is intended to be built at the most interesting points throughout Alaska and the Yukon Territory, and at the cost of $30,000 for each. One of them will be built each year. The first is now finished and is located at Atlin Lake. Each hotel will be located on a tract of 120 acres of land and will be supplied with steam heat and all other modern conveniences.

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Mr. Dickeson, manager of the White Pass and Yukon Railroad in speaking of the project, said “The people of the United States spent last year $300,000,000 in trips to Eur...

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