Did you know that Ron Moore was back on the radio just 18 minutes after the 64' quake finally stopped? Check out Ron's amazing story in this edition.
Michael R Dougherty
Do you know the first name of the lake that would become Spenard Lake? Did you know that Spenard Lake was once the site of a thriving resort?
Michael R Dougherty
Do you remember Anchorage's Genie Chance? She was one of the very first in Anchorage to start reporting on the radio after the 1964 earthquake.
Michael R Dougherty
Did you know that Russian Jack Elementary school and the Russian Jack area of Anchorage are all named after a notorious bootlegger?
Michael R Dougherty
Do you know how the Alaska Zoo get started? Remember Annabelle the Elephant and Binky the Polar Bear? Check out this fun edition.
Michael R Dougherty
Did you know that Sydney Laurence first arrived in Anchorage in 1915? Did you know that he was a photographer and a painter? Check out this fun edition.
Michael R Dougherty
Do you know how Anchorage's Fur Rendezvous got it's start? It's now the world's biggest winter carnival. Check out this memory-filled edition.
Michael R Dougherty
Journey back to 1915. Steam ships were bringing thousands to Cook Inlet and the muddy shores of Ship Creek Flats... It was the beginning of Anchorage.
Michael R Dougherty
Just in case you didn't receive your Anchorage Book Cache Memories we are sending you this special link to that edition.
Michael R Dougherty
How much do you know about Anchorage? When did Anchorage get it's very first hospital? How many mountain ranges can be seen from Anchorage? Check out t…
Michael R Dougherty
Do you know which newspaper was the first in Anchorage? Who hosted the first women's TV show on channel 2? All of this and more in this edition.
Michael R Dougherty
Nellie brown and her husband Jack first came to Anchorage in 1912, even before the railroad and tent city. A fascinating story.
Michael R Dougherty