Title from caption. Photograph shows A.E.C. camp no. 9 at mile 394.5. A row of tents are set up, as a person walks in front of them far in the distance. April of 1918. Caption also reads: "No. 122, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."
Title taken from caption. "Mail and freight on Valdez summit. Valdez-Fairbanks trail. Published by A. J. Johnson and Hall's Book Store. Copyright by A.J. Johnson." See identical photographs UAF-1989-0166-121 & 122.
View of camp by waterfall on Copper River, Alaska. From verso: "Copper River above Chitina. Mile 122 Waterfall Camp. Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." n.d. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 7".
Title taken from front. Man walks in snow along row of tents at Alaska Engineering Commission Railway construction camp at mile 394.5, Interior Alaska. An Alaska Engineering Commission photo. Photographer's number 122. April 8, 1918. Photographer:...
Title taken from label on matting. View of construction of McKinley Park Hotel at railroad station at Mount McKinley National Park (later Denali National Park and Preserve), Alaska. Also from label: "(Temp. 122)." Photographer's number 8159. Sept....
Title supplied by cataloger. Sign reads: "Anchorage Sand and Gravel Co. Ready Mixed Concrete Build it with Concrete." The business, started by Bill Waldron, was located at 122 Main St. in Anchorage. 3x4 contact print, 3x4 neg
Title supplied by cataloger. Slide labeled, 'Matanuska-Susitna Borough Photo Exhibit Box P, Palmer, Alaska. Bull Mooose in Wonder Lake. Photo by Ike Palmer. 122.' Slide box labeled, 'Misc.' Original format: 35mm color slide