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July 6, 1917 – If some rain, more or less could break up a programme for celebration, there would be few Fourths of July celebrated in Southeast Alaska. In fact, if rain could break up anything in these parts, everything would be badly broken up. The morning’s programme at the S. of N. hall was well handled and the hall was beautifully decorated with the national colors and Red Cross emblems. Patriotic songs were sung by two choirs with a solo by Mrs. W. W. McLaughlin, all were very good. The brief address by Mr. S.A. Wold was in every way fitting and well received. Sporting events sta...

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