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A mining cabin wall with a portion of newspaper glued to the wall presumably as wallpaper at the mining camp of Chancellor, WA in the North Cascade mountain range Okanogan National Forest west of Hart's Pass ten miles where it ends at Cabin Creek. The newspaper has an article about the possibility of Bellingham becomming the railhead instead of Seattle or Tacoma because it's 100 miles closer to the orient. Another article mentions 1873 and the Roosevelt faily visiting in Germany with mention of a German student's joke and Teddy. GAF 35mm film scanned at 4000 DPI using a Nikon LS-5000 film scanner.