Written on verso: 'March 1937. Coal Dredge built by Lancaster Iron Works, Columbia River. I was all over it in March 1937. We did not furnish the steel because of the low net we would get. Steel was furnished by Carnegie. F.H.G.'
Written on verso: 'p. 110. Escaping steam and water through the ruptured crown-sheet mingled with the smoke from the stack and formed a cloud several hundred feet in height completely enveloping its surroundings.'
Written on verso: 'Support for [illegible] only. Lost all her people. Aintab. CVIII. Rescued from Turks.' Written on folder: 'In correspondence between Emily C. Wheeler of the National Armenia & India Relief Association.'