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G68.1-016
Date: 05-00-19641 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 016   Date: 05-00-1964
Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley (left), and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seveck arrived in Tacoma on May 19, 1964, for a three day visit promoting Alaskan tourism. They were photographed standing on a Foster & Kleiser public service billboard advertising "Tour Alaska." Despite Tacoma's 60 degree temperatures, they were wearing fur trimmed garments reminiscent of Alaskan native culture. Mr. and Mrs. Seveck were professional entertainers as well as guides during the summer at Kotzebue, within the Arctic Circle. TRUEBLOOD 1064 (TNT 5-19-64, p. 1-article)
G68.1-015
Date: 05-00-19642 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 015   Date: 05-00-1964
Balanced on a scaffold before a giant Foster & Kleiser billboard is Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley (far left), who is pointing to the "Tour Alaska" advertisement. She and her companions, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seveck, were in Tacoma May 19-21, 1964, for a whirlwind visit promoting Alaska's summer tourist season. The three men in suits in the photograph are not identified but are believed to be members of Tacoma's Chamber of Commerce. TRUEBLOOD 1064 (TNT 5-19-64, p. 1-article)
G68.1-014
Date: 05-00-19643 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 014   Date: 05-00-1964
Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley (far right), poses with her Alaskan companions, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seveck, with the towering Tacoma Totem Pole looming behind them. The trio was in town for an activity-packed three days from May 19-21, 1964, in order to promote Alaska's summer tourist industry. The visitors are wearing fur garments of their culture with Mr. Seveck aiming a harpoon. The stop at the Tacoma Totem Pole was made possibly to show the guests the work of Alaskan carvers. TRUEBLOOD 1064 (TNT 5-19-64, p. 1-article)
G68.1-013
Date: 05-19-19644 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 013   Date: 05-19-1964
Mayor Harold Tollefson helps to remove the fur parka of Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley, upon her arrival on May 19, 1964. The temperature, in the 60s, was a bit warm for a heavy garment. She had already been presented with a bouquet of longstem red roses. Miss Whaley was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seveck, who are pictured in native costume in the background. TRUEBLOOD 1064 (TNT 5-19-64 p. 1) SSPA - 19-MAY-2012
G68.1-010
Date: 05-19-19645 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 010   Date: 05-19-1964
Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley, visited the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium on May 19, 1964, as part of a busy schedule promoting Alaska's summer tourist season. She is pictured above (center with large purse) smiling as she gazes at the outdoor seal and otter exhibit. TRUEBLOOD 1064
G68.1-009
Date: 05-19-19646 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 009   Date: 05-19-1964
Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley, (third from front) and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seveck visited the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium on May 19, 1964. The Alaskans were in town to promote their state's summer tourist season and had just arrived that morning. They are pictured above wearing fur parkas while standing in front of the polar bear exhibit. TRUEBLOOD 1064 (TNT 5-19-64, p. 1-article)
G68.1-008
Date: 05-21-19647 of 7:
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Series: G68.1   Image#: 008   Date: 05-21-1964
Miss Alaska, Nina Whaley, is seated behind the controls of a boat while cruising in Puget Sound waters; this was just one of the many activities she participated in during her whirlwind three-day visit to Tacoma in May of 1964. She is wearing a heavy fur parka which may have felt a bit too warm in the low 60s degree temperatures. Miss Whaley was in town to promote Alaska's summer tourist season. (TNT 5-19-64, p. 1-article) TRUEBLOOD 1064
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