March 30, 1911 to April 7, 1911
1911 Rain wind and plenty of hard snow squals at night high
wind and lots of snow
30, 1911 both Angle Pump boats Launched also more men laid
31, 1911 hard snow squals all day snow all Friday night
1, 1911 snow all day and night Sunday morning April 2, 1911
down to 20 degrees above
1, 1911 building new stern bulkhead on Steamer Clipper - by W.
Morgan - W. Packard
night April 2 about 2" of snow and down 32
degrees Monday 3 cold & cloudy some snow
cabins on Angle Pump Boats two more men on them Wm. Lynch - Max
night April 2, 1911 about 10:15 o'clock a thief was in our Pigeon
coop I fired a shot into the ground with a 45-70 Springfield he
certainly did run fairly flew.
April 4, 1911 Rain all day today some more men were laid
off. Jas. McClure - F. Wunderlich - Max Taylor - M. Cline and my two
boys Will and McKown (Lynch)
have 3 men
on Pump boat # 90 - W. Packard - W. Morgan - Steve Howard
night April 7, 1911 - snowing
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