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    • 1200 L W. side.

    • 1200 L W. side.

    • Title taken from caption. Caption continues: "Cracks were covered w/fiberglas fab & mastic before painting." Slide mount is dated August 1965. West side of the McKinley Apartments at 1200 L Street in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake.

    • uaa-hmc-1164-16
    • 1200 L w side.

    • 1200 L w side.

    • Title taken from caption. Caption continues: "Mid height, center. Note placement of ties inside horizontal steel. Ready for gunite." Repair work being done on the McKinley Apartments at 1200 L. Street in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. Slide...

    • uaa-hmc-1164-17
    • Tug Chilkat breaking floes.

    • Tug Chilkat breaking floes.

    • Title taken from caption: "Tug Chilkat breaking a pool for us to back into and then around, after we had become fast in the ice. We were held in these floes for three days." View of the tugboat "Chilkat" maneuvering around ice floes near the...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4077
    • Interior of Savonoski church.

    • Interior of Savonoski church.

    • Title taken from caption. View of interior of church at Savonoski, Alaska. Savonoski was abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to Katmai area. 1918.

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4124
    • Caches at Savonoski.

    • Caches at Savonoski.

    • Title taken from caption. View of row of caches in Savonoski, Alaska. Savonoski was abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to Katmai area. 1918.

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4126
    • Savonoski.

    • Savonoski.

    • Title taken from caption. View of two young boys standing in front of Savonoski, Alaska, with fish drying racks in backbround. Savonoski was an Eskimo village abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. Photo taken during National...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4195
    • Fish racks at Savonoski.

    • Fish racks at Savonoski.

    • Title taken from caption. View of two boys standing next to fish drying racks full of salmon in Savonoski, Alaska. Savonoski was abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4196
    • Fish drying at Savonoski.

    • Fish drying at Savonoski.

    • Title taken from caption. View of two boys standing next to fish drying racks full of salmon at Savonoski, Alaska, with kayak resting on rack directly behind boys. Savonoski was abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. Photo...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-4197
    • Tents of the Natives.

    • Tents of the Natives.

    • Title taken from caption. View of tents near Naknek, Alaska, with laundry hanging on line at left. Caption also says: "Tents of the natives camping on the tundra after abandoning their houses at the time of the Flu epidemic. Pawik." Pawik is a...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume7-6464
    • Alaska willow.

    • Alaska willow.

    • Title taken from caption. An Alaska willow, sandblasted clean on one side after the Katmai eruptions, with growth only from buds on the other side. Photo taken in what was later designated as Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska, during...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-6741
    • A block of lava, Novarupta.

    • A block of lava, Novarupta.

    • Title taken from caption. Caption also says: "A block of lava on the plug of Novarupta showing the ropey flutings due to flowage of the more fluid bands of lava after the block had broken off." Photo taken at Novarupta, Alaska, at what was later...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-6796
    • Dyea, July 4, 1898.

    • Dyea, July 4, 1898.

    • Title taken from caption. View of a crowd gathered for the Fourth of July celebration held 1898, in Dyea, Alaska. Dyea was known as the Gateway to Chilkoot Pass, and once rivaled Skagway as the largest town in Alaska. Dyea declined rapidly after...

    • UAA-hmc-0344-29-c

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