Journal I : Expedition to Glacier Bay, Alaska, Summer 1890

August 14th

The Topeka arrived today. The capt. says that she may not come to Glacier Bay next trip, so it was a lucky thing that I was here to see him. There is a small steamer at Bartlett's Bay that will probably come and take us that far if the Topeka does not go further than that point.

In the afternoon Adams, McBride and I went to the NW corner of G nunatak with the Plane Table; as we I did not finish the work I was doing there, we left the plane table and decided to return tomorrow. Weather glorious.

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