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Kodiak Alaska Military History
The official web site of the Kodiak Military History Museum
Some buildings on the Navy Base were designed by Albert Kahn.
Here are a few web references about this:
Series II: Plans; 1940. 0.5 cu.ft. (oversize). Arranged by drawing number.
Set of 45 oversize architectural plans of the Engine Overhaul and
Aircraft Maintenance Shop at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Kodiak,
Alaska. The plans were drawn by Albert Kahn, Inc. of Detroit,
Michigan for the Navy Department, Bureau of Yards and Docks in
1940 (see list).
Library of Congress
64. GENERAL STOREHOUSE (KODIAK) (BLDG. 16), ELEVATIONS AND DETAILS.
ALBERT KAHN INC., MAY 3, 1940. QP ACC 120.
69. LANDPLANE HANGAR (KODIAK) (BLDG. 3), ELEVATIONS AND PLAN.
ALBERT KAHN INC., JULY 29, 1940. QP ACC 411.
70. LANDPLANE HANGAR (KODIAK) (BLDG. 3), SECTIONS.
ALBERT KAHN INC., JULY 29, 1940. QP ACC 412.
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This page created 2001 January 10, updated 2002 January 10