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Unidentified oil company employee slides

Guide to the Unidentified oil company employee slides

Collection number: HMC-1459.
Creator: Unknown.
Title: Unidentified oil company employee slides.
Date: 1964.
Volume of collection: 0.02 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Collection materials are entirely in English.
Collection summary: Slides of an unknown oil company employee depicting the Alaska Highway and 1964 earthquake damage in Anchorage.

Biographical note:
Biographical information on the creator is not available at this time.

Collection description:
This collection contains 99 color slides of a road trip up the Alaska Highway and 1964 earthquake damage in downtown Anchorage. Sites depicted include Dawson Creek, Contact Creek, Post’s Motel, the J.C. Penney’s department store, the Northern Commercial Company building, Bagoy’s Flowers, and 4th Avenue.

Arrangement: Collection is in the original order in which it arrived.

Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Use restrictions: Due to copyright restrictions, the Archives and researchers may not reproduce items from the collection. If you believe you are the copyright holder, please contact the Archives.

Rights note: The Archives does not own copyright to this collection.

Preferred citation: Unidentified oil company employee slides, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Related materials: For other collections relating to the 1964 earthquake, see our 1964 Alaska earthquake topic guide.

Custodial history: This collection was originally donated at an unknown date to the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce by Patricia Klumpp, the creator’s niece.

Acquisition note: This collection was deposited in the Archives by the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce at an unknown date.

Processing information: This collection was described by Becky Butler in 2024.

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