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Fort Gibbon waterfront

UAF-1974-130-123

Photographer George M. Woods climbed the Fort Gibbon radio tower to
capture this image. A sternwheeler with a barge is docked at the water’s
edge. Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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