The Anchorage Alaska ACS-WAMCATS Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club meets at 9: 00 a.m. In Denny’s Restaurant, on Denali Street between Northern Lights Blvd. & Benson. Call Joe Booi 907-243-7042
505th Signal page
You will find mention of who did the work, and why they did some of it where they did. It discusses a minefield and other subterranean things. Some material for the project was salvaged from the navy dump. Dates many installations were completed are included as well as a statement that "installation of equipment which as far as can be ascertained here will never be used."
Source: NARA Anchorage RG342, stack 10/04/08(1), Records of US Air Force Commands, Activities and organizations, Records of the Alaska Communications System 1900-1961, Box 7.
ACS / Alascom building pictures 5 January 2009
The original blueprints are located in the building in a file cabinet in the office.
The building is located at the end of Buckskin Drive N57 47.497 W152 23.930
The title block from one sheet of many gives quite a bit of information about who built it.
Joe Hacker sent a large image of the town of Kodiak in 1958. This is the lower right portion showing Signal Hill and the 1954 building. Dairy barn to the right. Added 13 May 2013
http://www.kadiak.org/acs/index.html This page created 2003 May 31, updated 2013 May 13, 2018 July 3