Salmon Bay Charlie’s cedar plank lodgings appear in the featured photo at the top. Here is a close up, and judging from the number “75” a very early Webster and Stevens negative – perhaps 1901, and so soon after Wilse had returned to Norway. This was first published in Pacific on January 29, 1984 – a quarter-centry ago! – and for the now U.W. Architect and Discovery Park preservationist Frederich Mann led me to it. I asked him to be part of the “now” scene – but I have like so many other repeats from the years of doing this secreted it away from myself in one or another of scores of binders. I hope to find it. Fred was a wonderful mensch. The 1984 article follows.

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