|Issue & headlines||November 7, 1902 Page one|
Late news from the far north
Special agents here
Touch of high life
Salvage claim settled
Attempt at burglary
New U.S. marshall
|Image tag||02110701.GIF |
|Date of publication||11/07/1902 |
|Page notes||"Steamer Elk of this city driven ashore in a storm"|
"Senator Clapp breaks all majority records in San Juan County"
"Poundmaster Edgill pays dearly for displaying a vicious temper"
"Thieves fail to gain entrance to a hill business house"
|Named individuals||Boggs, W.J.|
Clapp, Cyrus Francis
York, Charles B.
Lathe, Fred M.
revenue cutter Bear
schooner P.J. Abler
steamer Elk No. 1
|Publisher||The Leader Company |
|Place of publication||United States--Washington (State)--Port Townsend |
|Type of publication||Newspaper |
|Frequency||Daily except Monday |
|Title notes||The morning leader (1895-1904); on Sunday published as: Sunday leader. Continues: Townsend [daily] leader (1892). Continued by: Port Townsend daily leader (1904). |
|Image format||GIF image |
|Scanning data||Scanned from 35 mm silver negative microfilm by OCLC Preservation Resources; GIF imagers are 1600 pixels wide, type 89A with 2 added colors derivd from 600 dpi bitonal TIFF images. |
|Source of other formats||Microfilm: Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-3181; Microfilm and bound originals: Jefferson County Historical Society, 210 Madison St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-1003. |
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