In an article in the Morning Oregonian on August 18, 1916 it states that: Among the lumber carriers which made port yesterday are the steamer Irving Paulsen which comes in the nervine of the Loon Lumber Company and will load for California ports, and the steamer Klamath, which will take on lumber at St. Helens for the McCormick Lumber Company. She will also be dispatched to California ports. Captain H. Danskanen is the new master of the Klamath. He takes the berth vacated by the accidental death of Captain Rorvick.
In an article in the Morning Oregonian on September 22, 1917 it states that: MEYER TO MAKE LONG TRIP Vessel to Transport Lumber Cargo From Columbia River to Antofagasta Captain Danskanen. master of the steamer Ernest H. Meyer, the sole representative of the recently formed Broughton & Wiggins Navigation Company, has planned in detail the forthcoming voyage of that vessel…
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