Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two men in parkas butchering a dead walrus. Caption from finding aid reads "St. Lawrence island walrus butcher men". Location is near St. Lawrence Island, Alaska.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows men standing near an umiak and some walruses being butchered on the beach. Caption from finding aid reads "Walrus butchering". Location may be St. Lawrence Island, Alaska.
Title taken from label on matting. Three ivory carvings depicting walruses displayed in Nome, Alaska. Photographer's number 7920. July 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 10" x 8 1/8".
This color slide depicts a boat in the ocean near either Kotzebue or Barrow, Alaska in 1962. There are four unidentified Alaska Native men standing near the boat on an iceberg with a dead walrus that they have caught and are in the process of...
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows walrus meat and blubber spread out on a beach. Some people are standing nearby with a boat. Caption from finding aid reads "Walrus meat on beach on St. Lawrence Island". Location is St. Lawrence...
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a walrus that has been skinned. Blood, guts and blubber is spread out over the ice. Three men can be seen as well as a boat. Caption from finding aid reads "Walrus skinned". Location is unknown.
Title taken from label on matting. Ivory figures of walrus, seals, and whale carved at Gambell, Saint Lawrence Island and displayed in Juneau, Alaska. Photographer's number 8311. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8 1/4" x...
Title taken from verso. Walter Dyakanoff gutting a hair seal, Eider Point, Unalaska Island, Alaska, with his dog Butch. Also from verso: "Unalaska. 1950s at Eider Point." 1950's. Photographer: Ted Bank. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Caption reads: "Squaw wanted." Photographer's number: D3. Cataloger's note: An Alaska Native youth is seen here washing clothes on a wash board; drying clothes are hanging on the tent ropes behind him.
Title taken from verso. Group of people in top floor of building watching whale hunters with binoculars, Northern Alaska. Photographer's number E2.3. May 20, 1960. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 7" x 5".