Government Hill Elementary School in Anchorage which was destroyed by the Government Hill landslide.
A wooden fence which lay athwart the toe of the L Street landslide in Anchorage was buckled and shortened by compression.
Compressional buckle, the ruptured fuel tank and the revetment at the foot of the landslide near the Alaska Native Hospital in Anchorage.
This truck at Lowell Point, 2 miles from Seward, was bent around a tree by the surge waves generated by the underwater landslides along the Seward waterfront. The truck was about 32 feet above water level at the time of the earthquake.
An underwater landslide in Blackstone Bay produced a large wave which surged to points 80 feet above sea level. The trees in the photo are about 50 to 75 feet high.