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Re: Alaska is losing info to Genforum
Posted by: Teri (ID *****2823) Date: July 26, 2002 at 12:37:36
In Reply to: Re: Alaska is losing info to Genforum by Myrtle Olsen of 2383

Myrtle,

I am curious, does Kodiak still sell things from the Earthqake in 63-4? We lived up there during the quake. My Dad owned Kodiak Supplys and the morning of the earthquake was when he was suppose to sign papers for a building to move Kodiak Supplys, but the building washed away before the papers were signed. We have the booklet that was made up of the daily bulletins and it is very interesting reading. My Dad was well known with some of the fishing boat owners, and in one book I think I spotted my Dad looking at one of the boats knocked up on shore.

After too many tremors, my family moved to Seattle only to be hit with that Big Earthqauke.

Teri


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