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KENI radio in Anchorage, featured "Mukluk Telegraph", where they broadcast personal messages for people living in rural Alaska who were far from the nearest phone.
On Mukluk Telegraph you heard messages like -
"flying over from Anchorage this Thursday. should land by noon. Be there to pick me up."
Well, we've come a long way since then. Now we use email.
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We're Mike and Mary and we love hearing from our website visitors and it's oh, so easy to get in touch. Just use this Contact Us page.
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Do you remember using two tin cans and a bit of string to talk to your friend?
Most of the time you were saying "hello, hello, can you hear me now?" And of course your friend kept saying "what?"
Well, even though they were fun to make and use, today you can put away that string and tin cans because we use the instant world of email.
And with a few key strokes, you can instantly send us your questions, comments, or just say hello. Ok, it's not as much fun as "Mukluk Telegraph" or even a string and two tin cans. "Can you hear me now?"
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This website, Anchorage Memories.com, is a labor of love that was created by Mike and Mary Dougherty. Mary was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska and Mike's family moved to Anchorage when Mike was just three years old.
Meet Mike and discover how he got to Anchorage when he was only 3 years old and brought his mom and dad with him.
Meet Mary (the pretty one) and discover her Alaska heritage.
Now while Mike and Mary no longer live in Anchorage, they both grew up, met and were married in Anchorage, and both their children, Nikki and Christopher, were born in Anchorage hospitals.