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Have you heard of “Osky” and Henrietta Weeda of Anchorage?
These two pioneers did a lot for Anchorage, Alaska.
Do you know how the town of Girdwood got started?
This is a gold rush story set just about 32 miles south of Anchorage, Alaska.
Did You Know?
In 1953, there was a race to be the first TV station in Anchorage and Alaska. Another great story from the Anchorage Memories VIP Club.
Alaska artist Cindy Pendleton created this Anchorage Art that brings your fond memories to life in watercolor images.
These nostalgic pictures of Anchorage Alaska are treasures that will happily take your heart to a different time.
Kodiak Reservoir by author Jerry Tilley takes you on a dive below the ice in this Alaskan adventure.
Did you know that Hewitt's Drug Store and the Anchorage Fire Department owe a lot to Anchorage Pioneer Tom Bevers?
Do you know the history of the town of Portage, Alaska? Do you know how it became a ghost town? Discover Portage.
Enjoy a treasure chest of Anchorage Memories including stories, pictures and videos that will happily take your heart to a different time.
Were You There?
On June 27, 1966, 500 Anchorage teens gathered outside the downtown Westward Hotel to catch a glimpse of the Beatles.
You'll love this story.
Have you ever heard of Bert and Violet Wennerstrom? They were early Anchorage pioneers, and you'll meet them in this edition of the Anchorage Memories VIP Club.
Did you know that “Three Lucky Swede's” started the Nome Gold Rush? Do you remember the John Wayne movie, “North to Alaska”?
Did you know that the first park in Anchorage, Alaska began as a fire break? What was (is) your favorite Anchorage park?
When you read these true-life Alaska Short Stories, you'll learn about Alaska, it's people and enjoy adventure.
Let these Anchorage Alaska Videos take you for a heart-warming, fun, and historic look at the way we were. You might see you!