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Howard Lee homestead cabin, Soldotna 1950

This cabin can be seen at its original location on Corral Street near Soldotna Elementary school. An earlier entryman and his wife and infant, who had erected a quonset hut relinquished his claim to Lee. Howard and another homesteader, Larry Lanchshire worked together building shelters for their families. Lee's logs were two-sided on Larry's Sears Roebuck sawmill which he had trailored up from Ohio. A two story cabin approximately 16x18 with the upper half shingled. Lee's lived here only two or three years. If this was a test of their marriage, it failed. His 160 acres reached from Park St North to Marydale, and from Binkley, East to the water tower ridge..


Howard Lee, Maxine & children Karen and Michael 


Mullen Collection 


Soldotna, Alaska 




Ray Sandstrom 

Image Type

Black & White Slide 


5cm x 5 cm 



Identified By

Marge Mullen 

Date Cataloged


Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab 

Use Agreement and Restrictions

All of the photographs in this collection are for personal, educational, or research use only. These images cannot be used for political, commercial, or advertising purposes. At the present time the college does not have the capabilities to reproduce prints from the image scans. For technical inquiries, or to report errors, please contact

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