Friday April 19th 1889: In his improvised dressing room Professor Peterson watches in amazement as the words “Schlesinger fake” appear on his slate board.
Wednesday January 2nd 1889: Having recently returned from a train ride to Japan, dressed in the clothes of a man as is her habit, Wilma Mack climbs the flagpole on the Arcata Plaza and falls into a deep state of meditation. She sees the future statue of her being erected in the same location seventeen years later. She smiles.
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