[Postcard picturing Lynn Canal and Skagway. Approximate mailing date: 12 August 1941. Addressed to Miss Crystal K, Berwyn, Illinois, U.S.A.]
Left Juneau at 12:00 midnight after tour and interesting museum and a few beers in a Lounge. Arrived here at 8:00 in the morning. Will take a train over White Pass to a boat on Lake Taku out of Carcross, which will be our most No. point.
Thinking of you,
The blurb on the back of the postcard reads:
Lynn Canal provides 80 miles of most wonderful scenery. It varies in width from one to five miles and both sides are walled with snow-capped mountains, glaciers and gushing waterfalls. Skagway, at the head of Lynn Canal, sprang to life during the early Klondike gold days.