People, Sep. 1, 1958

Along Washington's coastline, from the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the Columbia River, "only the 43 miles between the Ozette River and the Hoh remain unshadowed by a road and still bordered by unspoiled forest land. Yet, in the entire country, this is the biggest such stretch we have left." The speaker: William O. Douglas, 59, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and the nation's foremost man scout. Occasion: a three-day hike from Lake Ozette to Lapush, paced by the Justice—leading his wife, daughter, twelve newsmen and 55 Boone companions—in demonstration...

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