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    • Andy Helm in his office.

    • Andy Helm in his office.

    • Title taken from caption. Army Sergeant Andy Helm on telephone in his office in Anchorage, Alaska, with posters advertising Valentines Day dance to be held at Kashim Club (11th Air Force Club at Fort Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska). Poster in...

    • UAA-hmc-0445-series2-3-20
    • Mass Destruction.

    • Mass Destruction.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ AAC -- Mass Destruction -- Many small boats from the Seward dock area paid an unexpected visit to the Alaskan Railroad yards during the Good Friday earthquake. Here the area is shown littered with the remains...

    • UAF-1972-153-106
    • Fleet Demolished

    • Fleet Demolished

    • Title from verso.
      Photograph of boat flung inland by the tsunami generated by the 1964 earthquake.
      Full caption from verso reads:
      "HQ AAC -- FLEET DEMOLISHED -- Both pleasure craft and commercial fishing vessels suffered heavy damages...

    • UAF-1972-153-87
    • Heavy Cargo

    • Heavy Cargo

    • Title from verso.
      Photograph of a Civil Defense team as they move cargo destined for aid and reconstruction after the 1964 earthquake and tsunami.
      Full caption from verso reads:
      "HQ AAC -- HEAVY CARGO -- Civil Defense members of the...

    • UAF-1972-153-91
    • End Of The Line

    • End Of The Line

    • Title from verso.
      Aerial photograph of Seward, Alaska showing damage following the 1964 earthquake and tsunami.
      Full caption from verso reads:
      "HQ AAC -- END OF The LINE -- Rail lines and a fuel tank farm suffered almost complete...

    • UAF-1972-153-93
    • Seward from the air.

    • Seward from the air.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ AAC -- Seward from the air -- Seward's damaged waterfront buildings and rail yards lie twisted and broken in the aftermath of the Good Friday earthquake which seriously damaged this community among many others...

    • UAF-1972-153-65
    • Aerial Recon -- Seward Alaska.

    • Aerial Recon -- Seward Alaska.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Aerial Recon [Reconnaissance] --Two U. S. Air Force B-58 'Hustler' aircraft from the 43rd Bomb Wing, Carswell AFB, Tex., took many aerial photographs of the state...

    • UAF-1972-153-113
    • Bread for Seward.

    • Bread for Seward.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ (Headquarters) AAC (Alaskan Air Command) -- Bread for Seward -- An Air Force C-123 'Provider' of the Alaskan Air command's 5017th operations Squadron stands ready in the background to airlift a badly needed...

    • UAF-1972-153-57
    • Heavy Cargo.

    • Heavy Cargo.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Heavy Cargo -- Civil Defense members of the earthquake stricken community of Seward strain to shift some of the heavy cargo airlifted into the area by men and...

    • UAF-1972-153-91
    • Telephone poles airlifted.

    • Telephone poles airlifted.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Poles Arrive -- Airlifted in to the stricken community of Seward, Alaska, telephone poles were hustled into the city to replace those downed by the earthquake. The...

    • UAF-1972-153-100
    • Busy crew.

    • Busy crew.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Busy Crew -- Air Force personnel as well as civilian civil Defense volunteers had their hands full at Seward, Alaska, on the day after the Good Friday earthquake....

    • UAF-1972-153-103
    • Fleet Demolished.

    • Fleet Demolished.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Fleet Demolished -- Both pleasure craft and commercial fishing vessels suffered heavy damages during the tidal wave that swept coastal Alaskan communities shortly...

    • UAF-1972-153-87
    • Heavy damage

    • Heavy damage

    • Title taken from the back of photo.

      "HQ [Headquaters] AAC [Alaska Air Command] -- Heavy Damage -- Large scale damage was inflicted on the Alaska port city of Seward by the Good Friday earthquake and the tidal wave that followed shortly...

    • UAF-1972-153-73
    • 200 yards inland.

    • 200 yards inland.

    • Title taken from back of photo.
      "HQ [Headquaters] AAC [Alaska Air Command] -- 200 yards inland -- Heavily damaged and left high and dry is a modified WWII landing barge, which was used to haul freight in the Seward, Alaska, area. Although the...

    • UAF-1972-153-86

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