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    • This photograph depicts Roxolana (Roxy) Skobelska, who later married Harold Pomeroy. The photograph was taken circa 1948 by an unidentified photographer. Roxy gave this photograph to Harold after they met in Austria during World War II, while...

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    • L Street slide.

    • L Street slide.

    • Title taken from verso. View of L Street in Anchorage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 earthquake, showing street damage, buildings, automobiles, light poles and people. Sign on right hand side of street reads "hospital quiet zone", Anchorage...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-11
    • L or N St.

    • L or N St.

    • Title taken from verso. View of damage to buildings, houses, ground, men and women, automobiles, light poles, and power poles on L or N Street in Anchorage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake.

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    • C Street & 3rd (2nd)

    • C Street & 3rd (2nd)

    • View taken from verso. View of C Street and Third or Second near Ship Creek in Anchorage, Alaska after the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake. Image includes damaged buildings (ruins), electrical poles, a stop sign, people and background buildings,...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-14
    • Seward?

    • Seward?

    • Title taken from verso. View of damage at a port and railroad yards tentatively identified as Seward, Alaska after the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake and tsunami. View includes boats, mountains, and Resurrection Bay. Town of Seward seen in the...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-25
    • Apt Hse on L St

    • Apt Hse on L St

    • Title taken from verso. View of damage to an apartment house on L Street in Anchorage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. Boxes appear in front of the building near the center.

    • uaa-hmc-0427-23
    • Turnagain

    • Turnagain

    • Title taken from verso. View of destroyed house, garden equipment, and automobile in the Turnagain area of Anchorage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. Destroyed household items seen in lower right. Cook Inlet seen in...

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    • JC Penney Bldg

    • JC Penney Bldg

    • Title taken from verso. View of damage to the J.C. Penney department store in downtown Anchorage after the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake. Image includes hoisting crane, people, light poles, and the front end of a truck.

    • uaa-hmc-0427-13
    • Portage

    • Portage

    • Title taken from verso. View of damage in Portage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. Sign reads "Portage Inn Bar Cafe Hotel Bar". Helicopter, automobile and people seen on road in right side. Railroad cars, tentatively...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-24
    • 4th Ave

    • 4th Ave

    • Title taken from verso. View of destruction along Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska, looking east after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. Signs include "Bar D&D Cafe"," Sportsman's Club","Frisco Cafe", "Mac's Foto", "Scandianavian Club...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-9
    • 4th Avenue slide.

    • 4th Avenue slide.

    • Title taken from verso. View of Fourth Avenue and buildings after they dropped during the March 27, 1964 earthquake, Anchorage, Alaska, with contrast to those still at normal level. Businesses shown include D & D Bar and Cafe, Sportsman's Club,...

    • uaa-hmc-0427-10
    • Knik Apt. Quake

    • Knik Apt. Quake

    • Title taken from slide. View of Mt. McKinley Apartments (not the Knik Apartments, as identified on the slide) in Anchorage, Alaska after March 27, 1964 earthquake. Photo reveals damage done to the exterior of the building. Image includes a lamppost.

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    • 1964 quake car dealer

    • 1964 quake car dealer

    • Title taken from slide. View of car dealership in Anchorage, Alaska destroyed after the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Sign on the left side of the building reads Service Dept. Entrance. View cars, power lines, telephone poles, and street lights.

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