Aunt Georgia traveled by steamer from Seattle to Juneau about 1914 with her sister Luella.
Georgia Gilpatrick & John Littlepage Married
The Alaska Daily Empire, Monday, July 2, 1917, p4, c5:
Juneau People Are Married At A Home Wedding On Saturday
At the home of the bride, Miss Georgia B. Gilpatrick second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilpatrick and Mr. John D. Littlepage, surveyor at the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co., were married Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock by Rev. J. T. McQueen. Mr. Earl Blossom was the best man and Miss Luella Gilpatrick was the bridesmaid. Only the immediate families and a few of the most intimate friends were at the ceremony. Refreshments were served during the evening. Miss Gilpatrick is one of Juneau’s popular daughters and the groom is well known in this section.
She is in a number of ship and border crossing lists on Ancestry.com. Her husband was a gold mining engineer and wrote "In Search of Soviet Gold". She was there with him for about 10 years and said they dared not write many things.
John Dickinson Littlepage
1894–1948 (m. 1917)
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