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.
KPC Anthropology Lab
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