Title taken from caption. A section of the north side of Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, between C and D Streets, facing northeast, after the 1964 earthquake. Storefronts include (left to right) Sportsman's Club, Frisco Bar and Cafe and BJ's...
Title taken from caption. Image taken from the side of 4th Avenue facing east, near the intersection with C St. after the 1964 earthquake. The Anchorage Westward Hotel is the large building in the center distance of the image.
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.
Title taken from caption. An apartment building showing damage caused by the 1964 earthquake. Part of the decorative concrete facing has fallen off the building. The building sign on the ground appears to read "Kahlarme Arms 1135."
View of at least ten people sitting in a field eating and drinking. The women facing the camera are holding bottles of beer and eating hotdogs, with plates in their laps. Two cars and a building are also visible in the image.
View of Carole Drvenkar and her family sitting around a table eating. Drvenkar's father and her husband are the two men facing the camera. There are pots of Herring Eggs, jarred seal oil, and salad greens on the table.
A view down a street in Girdwood facing west toward Turnagain arm and the Kenai Peninsula. A banner hangs across the road. The large white building to the right of the photograph is the Girdwood Hotel, with signs reading Hamm's Beer and Schlitz. ...
View of flooding in Homer, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 earthquake. Woman stands, facing camera, at water's edge. The Land's End Hotel is visible in the background. Other buildings, a boat, and a utility pole with utility lines are visible.