Palmer Visitors Center
Palmer's Water Tower. We used to climb it when I was a kid. Since it's new paint job a few years ago they've somehow managed to keep people off it.
Alleys and backstreets around Palmer
Palmer Research & Extension Center
Alaska State Fair
The Historic Hyland Hotel is on the National Registry List. I remember it as being DeLinda Bailey's house.
Later, in the early '90s it was apartments.
Myles and Joanna Hyland came to Palmer in September 1935 from Girdwood where Myles had been working for the Alaska Railroad. The Hylands
purchased a homestead lot from John Bugge in the now downtown Palmer area (left of the railroad tracks considered commercial). The mine
in Hatcher Pass was closed and the buildings were being sold off. One rooming house was divided in two, one half going to Anchorage and
one half moved to its current location 333 E Evergreen. The basement was hand dug with pick and shovel. Joanna cooked and sold meals in
a tent in the area now that is inhabited by raspberry bushes while Myles built the Hotel. Once the roof was on it had a brisk business
starting at $3 for a single and $4 for a double and has been in continual service non stop.