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The Moveable Church: St. Joseph's of Fairbanks (SLIDESHOW)

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More Reading:

Anabele, E.A. Diamond Jubilee, Immaculate Conception Church, 1904-1979, Fairbanks, Alaska. Fairbanks, Alaska: The Church, 1979.

Betz, Madeleine D. A Brief Illustrated History of the Diocese of Fairbanks: Profiles of Prelates and Churches, Past and Present. In commemoration of Jubilee 2000. Fairbanks, Alaska: Diocese of Fairbanks, 2001.


Video:

http://vilda.alaska.edu/cdmg11/image/2395.mov

Flood on the Chena River in Fairbanks, 1967. 46-second film clip, black-and-white, silent, of Fairbanks downtown during the 1967 flood. Seen in this film clip are Samson’s Hardware and Immaculate Conception Church, on the north bank, and the Pastime Bar on the south side. Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Film Collection.


Gallery of Images
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Sisters of Providence
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Rev. Francis M. Monroe built a church and hospital in Fairbanks
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District Court Building, Fairbanks
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Postcard of the church
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Joseph Raphel Crimont, 1858-1945
Click here for all 10 photos in this gallery.


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