Title taken from note with photo. "Destroyed home in the Turnagain area Anchorage Ak., following the Alaska Earthquake 3/28/64". A house sits level over a fissure in the earth, but much of its foundation has fallen in. An apparent outbuilding...
Title taken from notes with photo. "Destroyed home in the Turnagain area Anchorage Ak., following the Alaska Earthquake 3/27/64". A house on stilts sits on the precipice where the ground has sunken away.
Title taken from notes with photo. "Destroyed home in the Turnagain area Anchorage Ak., following the Alaska Earthquake 3/27/64". A sunken, cracked house sits on the uneven ground. Another slanting house is in the background.
Title taken from photograph. Rubye Johnson, her father, Anton Johnson, and a dog, stand in front of their house at 414 4th Street, Anchorage, circa 1922. Two signs on the house read, "For Rent" and "For Sale."
Title taken from photograph. Photograph of the Overland Roadhouse, with a man next to the door and a sign on the right side of the building noting that Fairbanks is 50 miles away. The Roadhouse was also known as the Silver Fox Roadhouse and...
Title taken from sign in image. Group of men and boys in front of wood frame house. Canoe prow on right edge of photo. Sign in image: "I bought my drugs at Coon's and am happy." Photographer's number 81-c.
Title taken from sign in photo. Members of the Seward Outing Club pose with hunting trophies in the lobby of the Coleman House in Seward, Alaska. 1912. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title taken from similar image, no. 104b. View of Attu, showing several homes, the church and the school. Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.