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January 11, 2024
January 11, 1924 – With $30,000 capital, subscribed by forty residents of Wrangell, a cold storage plant will be erected at Wrangell and be placed in operation in the spring, according to the Wrangell Sentinel. The plant will be in
the charge of Oliver D. Leet, a cold storage engineer. The coming of Mr. Leet to establish a business that is greatly needed here is an example of how the tourist business may become a means of developing the country. During the past summer, Dr. D.H. Leet, a prominent surgeon of the Buckeye state, accompanied by his wife and daughter, made a trip to Alaska. Wh...