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Kenai Peninsula Historical Photo Repository

Seward Waterfront

All of the freight destined for south central Alaska arrived at the docks at Seward before the 1964 earthquake. Large fuel storage tanks, warehouses and the Alaska Railroad depot kept Seward bustling. As a result of the huge tidal wave and resulting fires these activities were wiped out. Docking vacilities were built in the port of Anchorage and the Alaska Railroad suffered a great decline.

Individuals

n/a

Collection

Virgil Dahler

Location

Seward

Date

1959

Photographer

Virgil Dahler

Image Type

Slide, colored

Dimensions

5x5cm

Condition

Good

Identified By

M. Mullen

Date Cataloged

2002-04-23

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.