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The crew of archivists began cataloging the photographs, using police records, including logbooks, to figure out what the pictures depicted.
The exhibition also includes archival film, photographs and artifacts such expedition logbooks.
Wilson hates the signs and the logbooks, interpreting them as underhanded attempts by a handful of ranchers to dictate who gets to enter federal property adjacent to their own.
The logbook also revealed that drug users in their 20s and 30s are increasingly dying of heart-valve infections, known as endocarditis.
The old paper logbooks in use since the 1930s can no longer be used.
According to Columbus's logbook, the Santa Maria foundered on a reef off Cap Haïtien, Haiti, on Christmas Eve, 1492.
Rather 18th and 19th century whalers scoured the oceans for the massive beasts, who were valued for their meat and blubber, and noted each kill in ship logbooks.
Stuart Merchant, 75, of Klawock pleaded guilty to three counts of violating halibut regulations and one count of falsifying sportfish charter logbooks.
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