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July 20, 1917 – Joseph Maddock, manager and A.G. Pritchard, president of the Glacier Fish Company expressed themselves as well pleased with the work so far accomplished on the cold-storage project at Scow Bay and the plans for its completion as arranged by Nels Nelson, the company’s northern agent. The completed work includes the dock, mess and bunk house, and shore warehouse. The freezing plant is to have

capacity for 20 tons of ice per day. There will be a large storage room provided for ice and bait.

July 24, 1942 – Local board headquarters of the Selective Service System in Peter...



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