Title taken from caption. The Denali Theatre on the left and Flowers by Bagoy on the right, at the north side of the B Street Corner with Fourth Avenue in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. Post-earthquake cleanup efforts can be seen on the...
Title taken from caption. A woman named Beth stands behind a camera on a tripot photographing a woman and child in front of the partially collapsed JC Penney building in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake.
Title taken from caption. A house serving as the post-earthquake location of Mac's Foto. According to a sign on the demolished building on 4th Street, the location for this house was at the corner of 7th Avenue and C Street in Anchorage. The sign...
Title taken from caption. Facing south, toward the rear of the buildings of Seidenverg and Kays and Koslosky and Sons Store for Men, both located on 4th Avenue. The long building to the right housed Anchorage Hardware.
From caption, “George Lapp and others contemplating stuck pickup truck. Ca. 1946-1947.” Image of man sitting beside the road, in the mud, next to a disabled vehicle with the door open. Two other men's feet are visible in the image.
Title taken from sign on building. From caption, “Shirley Lentz, in park with friends or patrons of her bar, Homer, late 1940s.” Image of two women and four men outside the Yah-Sure Club in Homer, Alaska.
Title taken from information with photograph. From caption, "Juanita Lucier with friend at ‘South Seas’ nightclub in Anchorage.” Image of a man and a woman sitting at a table. The man is wearing an Army uniform.
From caption, "Dance group in April 1976 taken indoors, location unknown. The male dancer, Joey Chief, is performing Southern style Yupik dancing." Photograph of four Alaska Natives dancing in traditional dress.