Forest Ranger Dies in Woods
Reno Evening Gazette
November 18, 1930
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore , Nov. 18 —(AP)—William C. Godfrey, chief forest ranger in the Crater Lake National Park, was reported to have died last night of exhaustion after battling on foot through Forty-four inches of snow from Fort Klamath, on his way to government camp.
He was found in a dying condition by Dudey Lueck, two miles south of government camp, after a searching party had started out from Foil Klamath when Godfrey had been unreported for twenty-four hours.