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Wilson's 2nd grocery store on Sterling Highway near mile 95, Soldotna 1960

Continuing in the same direction from above picture is Wilson's second grocery store which was made of concrete blocks from Paul Nestor's plant across the street. Later it became the city hall. The buildings were demolished in favor of what is now the police and fire departments. The frame building was a residence built by Gordon Taylor for his family. It was later occupied by Dr. Paul and Amy Isaak and their family.

Individuals

n/a

Collection

Mullen Collection

Location

Soldotna, Alaska

Date

1960

Photographer

Ray Standstrom

Image Type

slide

Dimensions

5cm-5cm

Condition

good

Identified By

Marge Mullen

Date Cataloged

2000-12-15

Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab


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