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  • Caption on image: 495-a W&S.On verso of image: AL-KI at Ketchikan.The AL-KI was a steam schooner owned by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, and operated as part of 5 day service from Seattle to southeast Alaska (p. 45). She was refitted in 1908, and was popularly known as the "Sitka Flyer" for her ability to attain 11 knots (p.184). She was stranded and abandoned at Point Augusta, Alaska on November 2, 1917 (p. 243). Notes from Gordon Newel... more
    Caption on image: 495-a W&S.On verso of image: AL-KI at Ketchikan.The AL-KI was a steam schooner owned by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, and operated as part of 5 day service from Seattle to southeast Alaska (p. 45). She was refitted in 1908, and was popularly known as the "Sitka Flyer" for her ability to attain 11 knots (p.184). She was stranded and abandoned at Point Augusta, Alaska on November 2, 1917 (p. 243). Notes from Gordon Newell, ed., The H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest (Seattle: Superior Publishing Co, 1966). less
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    Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanmaker 9600XL at 100 dpi in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 768x512 ppi. 2001