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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.

    • uaa-hmc-0619-s2-f22-31
    • 1964 quake.

    • 1964 quake.

    • Title taken from slide. View of damage to a building in Anchorage, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Sign on building, near center of image reads Memo Pad Cocktail Lounge. Building tentatively identified as located at 1019 4th (Fourth)...

    • uaa-hmc-0619-s2-f22-45
    • 1964 quake.

    • 1964 quake.

    • Title taken from slide. View of building in Anchorage, Alaska after being damaged in the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Also seen are trucks, cars, a crane, a sign reading fallout shelter, located on the building toward the lower-center, and a street...

    • uaa-hmc-0619-s2-f22-18
    • 1967 flood.

    • 1967 flood.

    • Title from accompanying note.
      "John Hubers business, 17th & Stacia [Fairbanks]." A building with a Motorola sign. All the automobiles in front of the building are partly submerged in flood water. The sign on the (white) van reads: "Tundra...

    • UAF-2003-139-70
    • 1st Fed S & L. Apr 6th 64.

    • 1st Fed S & L. Apr 6th 64.

    • Title taken from caption. Remainder of caption reads: "5th & C. CMU walls removed. It was badly shattered. Glazed extr. gl walls undamaged." View of the First Federal Savings and Loan building at the corner of Fifth Avenue and C Street in downtown...

    • uaa-hmc-1164-27a
    • 3-43 Saplak.

    • 3-43 Saplak.

    • Title taken from caption. Caption on verso of photograph reads: 3/18/43. Thomas Saplak stands on the front fender of a truck backed up to stairs leading to the open door of a building. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-6b
    • 3rd St. damage after quake.

    • 3rd St. damage after quake.

    • Title taken from caption. A section of the hillside near Third Avenue in Anchorage, some of which collapsed in the 1964 earthquake. A section of the Alaska Railroad depot (grey building) can be seen in the image, further away is a train with cars...

    • uaa-hmc-1162-80
    • 3rd St. quake damage.

    • 3rd St. quake damage.

    • Title taken from caption. A building collapse and a damaged truck in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. The caption location is Third Avenue, the partially crushed truck has a sign on the door indicating Warren Painting which was located at 321...

    • uaa-hmc-1162-81
    • 4 Seasons Apts.

    • 4 Seasons Apts.

    • Title taken from caption/ The collapsed Four Seasons Apartments building on the northeast corner of 9th Avenue and M Street in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. The angled cement sections were elevator shafts. The sign in the foreground reads...

    • uaa-hmc-1161-188
    • 4 Seasons Apts.

    • 4 Seasons Apts.

    • Title taken from caption. Also from caption, "1 Million Dollars Gone." View of the Four Seasons apartment building, which was completely destroyed in the March 27, 1964 earthquake. The building was near the corner of 9th Avenue and M St. The large...

    • uaa-hmc-1181-004
    • 40 Mile Roadhouse, AK.

    • 40 Mile Roadhouse, AK.

    • Title from accompanying notes.
      The cafe at Tetlin Junction, a log cabin with green framed windows, a brick chimney and a stone chimney. There are a dog sled propped against the building and a snowmobile on the ground at far left. The sign on...

    • UAF-2006-131-181
    • 49th star.

    • 49th star.

    • Title taken from caption. View of American flag hanging from Federal Building in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, with large 49th star symbolizing Alaskan statehood. 1958. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Donald Arthur Post.

    • UAA-hmc-0917-400
    • 4th & B.

    • 4th & B.

    • Title taken from slide. View of a portion of a building in downtown Anchorage, Alaska following the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Building, center left, housed the Denali Theater and Denali Restaurant. Sign on building, center, reads - Denali Grill...

    • uaa-hmc-1140-f24-1

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