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    • Ferry on river.

    • Ferry on river.

    • A ferry docked on one side of a river, possibly the Peace River. Another ferry is on the opposite side of the river, and the highway cut is built into the opposite bank. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-14a
    • Construction workers.

    • Construction workers.

    • Several men work with a piece of construction equipment. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian personnel constructing...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-20c
    • Construction equipment.

    • Construction equipment.

    • The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian personnel constructing the Alaska Highway; serving on the southern section of...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-17b
    • Worker and grader.

    • Worker and grader.

    • A construction worker poses with his grader. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian personnel constructing the Alaska...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-17d
    • Men with dog team.

    • Men with dog team.

    • Five men pose with a dog team harnessed to a sled. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian personnel constructing the...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-20a
    • Peace River 11/19/42.

    • Peace River 11/19/42.

    • Ice buildup in a river between the ends of a bridge under construction. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-24b
    • Serviceman with dump truck.

    • Serviceman with dump truck.

    • The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian personnel constructing the Alaska Highway; serving on the southern section of...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-16b
    • Lola (?) & Abner.

    • Lola (?) & Abner.

    • Title taken from caption. Two uniformed servicemen sit on the front fenders of a truck loaded onto a flatbed truck. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S....

    • uaa-hmc-0540-5d
    • Road construction.

    • Road construction.

    • Several vehicles line up along the roadway behind construction vehicles. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and civilian...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-17c
    • Unidentified soldier.

    • Unidentified soldier.

    • A serviceman sits on a log pile in front of buildings that might be the company barracks. The photographs in this collection came from a U.S. Army soldier with Company G, 477th during World War II. The unit supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

    • uaa-hmc-0540-10a
    • 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
    • Purgatory.

    • Purgatory.

    • Title taken from verso. Image of a sign and an ox skull in Purgatory, Alaska, 1940. The sign reads: "When old Cap Noah yelled 'All Aboard' on the ARK this stubborn ox refused pointblank to embark and the old skipper sailed away to Mount Ararat and...

    • uaa-hmc-1183-f7-p11-03
    • When pigs fly, Aug. 2, 1947.

    • When pigs fly, Aug. 2, 1947.

    • Interior view of a DC-3 loaded with approximately 200 pigs being transported to Anchorage, Alaska as part of the first commercial shipment of livestock to Anchorage directly from another country. From caption in newspaper article: "These little...

    • UAA-hmc-0491-series3b-3

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