Scenes of Fairbanks Alaska, taken during visit by Army Air Corps' 1934 Alaska Flight
Fairbanks Alaska USA Date:1934 Duration:1 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Fairbanks Alaska as photographed by cameraman with the U.S. Army 1934 Alaska Flight.
Views of private float planes parked in the water along the banks of the Tanana river, in Fairbanks, Alaska. A small covered barge loaded with 55 gallon drums has "Damfino" written on its bow. It is being pushed by a tugboat. Glimpse of a bridge over the river. Scene shifts to commercial signs in downtown Fairbanks. One reads: "Palace Bath House Open Day and Night." Signs identify the Model Cafe, Cann Studio, and John F. Lonz Furnishings. Cars are parked along the street. A drug store is seen further along the street at the approach to a steel bridge. Closeup of sign on side of a truck,reading: "Natural Milk, Bentleys Dairy." Man riding in a horse-drawn wagon, labeled "Fairbanks Garden."
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