Comment reads: "Seward, Alaska. The Pacific terminus of the Alaska Coastal Railway now under constrution for 450 miles to the interior of Alaska. Seward is one year old, has a population of 1000, electric light plant, telephone exchange, public school, daily newspaper, five chuches, thirty-eight general stores, fifteen saloons and is growing rapidly. It is now the terminus of the government communications cable extending from Seattle to Alaska. The Ressurection River is in view below the Kenai Mountains, a rectangular street pattern is evident, and two steamships are docked."
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University of Washington Library and Alan Boraas
KPC Anthropology Lab
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