Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
RECORD COLD decrees bplnu- ?prn i« uetrees oeiou, zero is the coldest ever recorded by the Fairbanks Weather Bureau," O. K. i Anderson, meteorologist in charge,! declared. "That reading was taken January 14, 1934. i "Seventy-eight below is Alaska's lowest temperature, according to Of-] ficial reports. It occurred at Fort Yukon, and, by the way, the Yukon f Valley usually has the coldest win-1 ters of any area in the Territory. ; "One hundred degrees below is , of Mount McKinley by a theremom. eter that was taken there and left there in June, 1913, by an expedition headed by the late Rev. Hud- ! son Stuck. Episcopal Archdeacon, and containing among its other members Harry Karstens of this city, and that was found and brought down in May, 1932 by ah expedition- headed by Harry J. Liek. former superintendent of Mount McKinley National Park. "This record, however, is not official.