Title taken from slide. View of damage to houses in the Turnagain area of Anchorage, Alaska following the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Foundation of house, foreground right, is visible. Knik Arm is visible in the background.
Title taken from caption. The Alaska Sales and Service building, damaged by the 1964 earthquake. Linear T roof, precast, T columns and insulating concrete panel walls. The photographer is standing on the other side of Ingra Street, facing east.
Title taken from caption: Cordova Building, south end. A three-column rigid frame is in the end wall. Showing damage to the Cordova Building in downtown Anchorage caused by the 1964 earthquake. Over the doorway is a fallout shelter sign.
Title taken from caption. Damage to the Alaska Sales and Service car dealership after the 1964 earthquake. Insulating sandwich wall construction made up of layers of concrete, foamed cement and concrete.