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Images of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Forestry Pavillion

The Forestry Pavilion at the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition  was designed as a “temple to timber.” It was a huge structure, and the columns used to support its massive weight were entire trees. Bark and all. Great giant trees.

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    • Alaska Yukon Pacific Forestry Pavillion 7The Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition of 1909

      Oh, the A-Y-P was a magnificent thing, with great buildings and architecture and culture. But my eyes were drawn to the Forestry Pavilion, which was designed as a “temple to timber.”

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