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Fort Gibbon's buildings


A few of Fort Gibbon’s buildings faced the Yukon River. On the right was the WAMCATS administration building, barracks, and Army Signal Corps garden. The photograph was taken on July 8, 1908. Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Library and Archives.

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