WIL (G)-113

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5.5.3--WIL (G)-113

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WIL (G)-113


  • 1904 (Creation)


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The Antlers lodge on the shores of Lake Cushman, Washington. The lodge was accessible by steamers from Seattle destined for Hood's Canal and then by stagecoach. It would burn in a planned blaze in November of 1925 that was intended to clear the Cushman Basin. Photograph by L.F. Murdock (Seattle) c. 1904.

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(1) The Coast magazine June 1904, p. 188; small article on Lake Cushman, p. 188

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