November 15, 1913 – Agent W.E. Nowell, of the Alaska Steamship company, states that he was successful in his application for a change in the steamer schedule that would afford a better service to Juneau and Ketchikan. He made the trip out for the purpose of consulting the officials of his company on this matter and returned on the last trip of the Jefferson. Under the new plan all of southeastern Alaska will be benefited by a reduced time schedule as far north as Juneau. The Jefferson is to go on a 10-day schedule with Juneau as the northern terminus.
November 10, 1983 – Dr. Robb Stokes...
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