June 27, 1914 – Mr. Wm. Hesse, the moving picture man who has just returned from the Whaling Station at Port Armstrong, reports great success in his pictures. Though taken under difficulties, with the camera lashed to the mast of the ship during stormy weather, pictures of the whale were taken from the time it is sighted at sea until it cut up and reduced to oil, a process that takes two or three days. Mr. Hesse is an intrepid moving picture man, having made the trip to Mount Katmai and taken pictures at the very mouth of the crater while it was active.
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