|Date||March 27, 1964|
|Description||An aerial view of log booms broken by a tsunami. In the centre of the photo is a mudflat area. At left is a shoreline with many logs on shore, a clump of evergreens, and the sewage settling pond. Behind the pond is the water pipeline which supplies the pulp and paper mill with water from Sproat Lake. Broken log booms are seen in the foreground of photo.|
This is the aftermath of the tsunami caused by an earthquake in Alaska.
This image is one of five hundred and thirty-nine negatives and prints in a donation from the collection of Patrick Power a local photographer.