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PCV Profiles: A different time in Afghanistan

...and what led to his Peace Corps placement, were his summers during college working as a surveyor for the Federal Bureau of Public Roads, the State of Alaska Department of HIghways and the United States Geological Service."Because of my experience...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Spartz said her stepfather's plan was to drive to the end of the road that is now Perseverance Trail and hike to Canada. Her family never had to do it, but I've often tried to picture the route they would have taken.

Frederick B. Harris
Exploring Juneau's backyard

Mary Lou Spartz had a rude awakening when her family moved to Juneau in 1941 and found out she needed an escape route out of town.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Harris, a direct descendant of Richard Tighe Harris who along with Joe Juneau discovered the Juneau mining district, worked for the Department of Transportation and the Federal Bureau of Public Roads. He served with the Merchant Marines and was a Shriner and a member of the Mason's, 32nd Degree.
Donna J. Garrison

...same one-room school. She graduated from Union High School in Adam City, Colo. She was employed by the federal Bureau of Public Roads/Federal Highway Administration. She transferred in April 1949 to Juneau, where she worked until her retirement...
Frank Morris

...portions of the Richardson and Alaska Highways, and the Kougarok Highway near Nome. After statehood, when the Federal Bureau of Public Roads, locally known as the Alaska Road Commission, turned over highway operations to the new state government...


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