File:William Sulzer, portrait taken by Chicago studio.jpg
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English: Verso caption: "WILLIAM SULZER, A Leading Member of the National House of Representatives, Who Has Been a Consistent Champion of Alaska". Sulzer, a resident of New York, was interested in various enterprises in Alaska in the earlly 20th century, particularly copper mines located on the western side of Prince of Wales Island. His brother, Charles Sulzer, managed these interests and himself briefly served in the U.S. House as the at-large delegate from the Territory of Alaska.
|Date||(published, though a comparison of other photos claiming to be from that period depict a somewhat older Sulzer)|
|Source||Alaska-Yukon Magazine, May 1911 issue, p. 16|
|Author||Edward Sanford Harrison (editor-publisher); photograph is credited to Moffett Studio of Chicago, as can be seen from the watermark on the bottom right corner|
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