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Vol 313 LH at CF letter 1873
Port Townsend W. T. January 31, 1893 G(?) W. T. Vernon. Special Treasury Agent Recommends lights at Foul Weather + Posession Point. Extract from monthly report for January 1893 reccomending the establishment of Light Houses in the Puget Sound District.
Treasury ??? Feby 21, 1893. Respectfully referred to Light House Board J ??? Chief Clerk
Stamp Reads: OFFICE OF THE FEB 24 1873 LIGHT HOUSE BOARD.
YH LH location and building Vol. 311
Probable Work in November Excavate for Tower. Finish Men's Quarters, Make Water Tanks and Sheds for Lime & Co. Cape Hancock Light Station, Wash. Ter. Continuation of Construction of Light Keeper's Dwelling
Probable Work in November Completion of L.K. Dwelling
Cape Flattery Light Station, Wash. Ter. Shipped all materials from Portland Port Townsend,& thence reshipped in part to Cape Flattery, where boiler was floated ashore, & balance of cargo landed by means of Indians & canoes. At last advices a severe storm had prevented the sailing of the vessel with balance of material. Commenced digging cisturn.
Probable Work in November Such work will be done as the weather will permit.
New Dungenness Light Station, Wash. Ter. Chimney-tops were shipped from Portland
Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, Henry M Robert Maj. of Eng'rs & L.H. Eng'r Thirteenth District