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Visitors to the Little Dipper Inn, Girdwood 1950

Pictured in 1950 is the Little Dipper Inn, a very popular stop for Kenai Peninsula people traveling to or from Anchorage. Along the road into Girdwood before the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake, the inn had a Myna bird that always screeched obscenities.

Individuals

n/a

Collection

Mullen Collection

Location

Girdwood, Alaska

Date

1950

Photographer

Vern Coumbe

Image Type

color slide

Dimensions

5cm-5cm

Condition

good

Identified By

Marge Mullen

Date Cataloged

2000-10-24

Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab


Use Agreement and Restrictions

All of the photographs in this collection are for personal, educational, or research use only. These images cannot be used for political, commercial, or advertising purposes. At the present time the college does not have the capabilities to reproduce prints from the image scans. For technical inquiries, or to report errors, please contact webmaster@alaska.edu.