This is a questionable event.
|Start:||May 3, 1933 ||Observed|
|Stop:||May 10, 1933 ||Observed|Description:
|Duration: ||About one week ||
From Anchorage Daily Times (1933): "Capt. Heine Berger of the motorship Discoverer, now in port, reports that when the ship passed within close range of Mt. Iliamna about three days ago the peak no longer was throwing smoke. On the trip before, or about ten days ago, it was throwing volumes of smoke from three vents. This time, says the captain, no smoke whatever was visible and the weather was clear."
From the Nome Nugget (May 8, 1933): "Mount Iliamna, which has been smoking through one funnel, is now billowing black smoke in three places. There is an entirely new funnel on the East side."