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Skiing up Mt. Katahdin's ice and snow to its peak, Arthur Comey reaches Maine's highest summit by stiff alpine climbing - the first time the wintry slopes have thus been conquered.
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Skiing up Mt. Katahdin's ice and snow to its peak, Arthur Comey reaches Maine's highest summit by stiff alpine climbing - the first time the wintry slopes have thus been conquered.

Author: Karl Schriftgiesser
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Named Person: Arthur C Comey
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Schriftgiesser
OCLC Number: 78346437
In: Boston evening transcript, March 27, 1926, p. 3, photos

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