Presentation for the Alaska Historical Society, October 6, 2006, slides / paper
Here are some possible excerpts from my great
that I have been looking for.
Here is what Chet Huntley had to say about her.
She wrote this letter about Juneau. She spent the summer working at McKinley in 1929, and left Juneau in October of 1930.
She also played Yum-Yum in the Mikado in 1925.
Vancouver, BC: Death of a Thunderbird
Juneau, Alaska pictures:
Old Basin Road | Mount Roberts | Skater's Cabin | West Glacier Trail | Mabel Monson Burford | Brotherhood Bridge
If you have no idea what this is about, here is an article from Inside Detective from 1959. (pp.26,27,28, 29, 62, 63,64and,65) that outlines the general story.
He spent a year with Hemingway on the Pilar in the Keys. Hemingway wrote
Monologue to the Maestro for Esquire about him. When Hemingway
died, he contributed to this piece in October
Later, in November of 1937, he wrote his own story for Esquire called, Mexico for Tramps
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