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Local Walk No. 74
Sunday, January 09, 1916
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A.A.Taylor, Leader
The party assembled at the Interurban Station and took the 9:35 A.M. (Limited) train to Milton station: thence by wooded roads to Brown's Point, visiting the North East Tacoma reservoir en route, where they had luncheon.
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Locations
  • Milton
  • Brown's Point
  • North East Tacoma reservoir
An enjoyable hour was spent at the house of Mr. Oscar Brown, who has charge of the Lighthouse at the Point.

The return trip to Tacoma was made on the Steamer "Argo", arriving at the Municipal Dock about 6 o'clock P.M.

The length of the walk was eleven miles and the total expense of the trip was 40 cents.
Trip Participants
MEMBERS: Miss Campbell, Miss Cameron, Norman Engle, Fred English, Miss Helen Johnson, Jan Kool, Miss McQueen, Miss Reed, Miss Hazel Royer, Jack Sales, A.A.Taylor, Miss Helen Taylor, Wm.P.Trowbridge, R.S.Wainwright, Mrs J.H.Weer, Miss Wise
GUESTS: Miss Curtis, Miss Winslow
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