The Dalton Highway: A Multi-Media History of Alaska's Arctic Road

Hesden Scougal Collection

The cook shack (and sleeping quarters) for Lytle & Green was 60 feet long. The bunks took up 20 feet and the remainder was the cooking area. 
The cook was Sid Johnson. Picture taken just prior to Globe Creek, 1945.

The cook shack (and sleeping quarters) for Lytle & Green

 

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