By DAVE KIFFER
December 12, 2012
. . . “Most of Ketchikan’s early residents were boomers and builders who left few journals or letters behind. But one family, the Hunt family, left behind a treasure trove of early photographs of the growing community.” . . .
. . . “Forest Hunt, who brought his family to Ketchikan before the town incorporated in 1900, also left a firsthand account of the early days in the form of a radio address that he gave on KGBU, Ketchikan’s first radio station in 1930>” . . . Read Complete Report w/photos