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A pair of sternwheelers at Tanana


A pair of sternwheelers are docked at Tanana on July 7, 1913. The
Dawson (front) is advertising a Marconi Wireless and features a banner
advertising the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. The other sternwheeler is the
Yukon. Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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