• Stampeders Hiking the Golden Stair case with heavy packs

    Klondike Gold Rush

    National Historical Park Alaska

Lynch and Kennedy Dry Goods Building

large brown building with green and white striped awning covering large front windows

Lynch & Kennedy Dry Goods Building

NPS Photo

LYNCH AND KENNEDY DRY GOODS BUILDING (1908-1910)

352 Broadway

First leased by NPS in 1993

(View Floorplans:
First Floor
Second Floor)

Learn about the history of this building (1.31 MB pdf)

Lynch & Kennedy Dry Goods, Inc.

Retail sales of art and craft items, clothing, jewelry, and objets d’art. Second floor office/storage space.

Lease Expiration Date: December 31, 2013

Lease Area: total: 3646 sq. ft (2003 sq. ft first floor; 1643 sq. ft second floor)

Did You Know?

Univ. of Washington historic photo showing old street scene with mud streets and tightly packed businesses

At the height of the Klondike Gold Rush, 150 businesses were established in Dyea, Alaska including 48 Hotels and 2 Hospitals. By 1903, Dyea's population was a mere 3. A visit to Dyea today reveals a thriving forest growing over the ghosts of those buildings.