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Kenai Moose Range sign, Soldotna 1960's

In the early 1940's, 700,000 acres of the Kenai Peninsula were set aside by President Franklin Roosevelt as the Kenai National Moose Range. This was as a result of reports by national and international big-game hunters who found an abundance of these great animals with over 60-inch racks. No game laws were in effect at the time.

Individuals

n/a

Collection

Mullen Collection

Location

Soldotna, Alaska

Date

Early 1960

Photographer

Celeste Egan

Image Type

color slide

Dimensions

5cm-5cm

Condition

good

Identified By

Marge Mullen

Date Cataloged

2000-11-06

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.