These camp buildings were often old barracks buildings, always with window panes - 9 light was common. 50 gallon barrels outside speak of oil stones inside. To obtain a water well, a bulldozer scraped a hole deep as possible, a sand point was driven until water was reached, then a pipe was connected and capped with a hand pump and the hole was backfilled.
Mile .03 Kenai Spur Highway, Soldotna, Alaska
Cheechako file photo
6 x 3.5
KPC Anthropology Lab
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