Another Body Found
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from the Victoria Daily Colonist, 23 Jan 1904, pg.8

The Remains of an Unknown Woman Washed Ashore

The body of another of the victims of the 'Clallam' came ashore yesterday at Port Angeles spit, near where that of W.E. Rooklidge was found. The body is that of a woman between twenty-five and thirty years old. She has long dark brown hair, a green shirt waist with a white stripe down the sleeves, a gray skirt, two rings, one a band and one a set ring on the left hand, and a gold breastpin. The features and hands are badly decomposed. There was no life preserver on. The body has not been identified.