Title from album caption. Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school buildings and grounds in Eklutna. May also have been known as Eklutna Industrial School, Eklutna Boarding School, or Eklutna Vocational School.
Three construction workers on scaffolding outside the tunnel that will carry water from Eklutna Lake to the Eklutna Power Plant. The Eklutna dam, power plant and tunnel (Eklutna Project) were constructed between 1951-1955 by the Bureau of...
Two construction workers stand at the entrance to the Eklutna Power Plant water tunnel. A railway line and large diameter pipe are visible going into the tunnel. The Eklutna dam, powerplant and tunnel (Eklutna Project) were constructed between...
View of students standing by train stop, Eklutna Vocational School, Eklutna, Alaska. From front: "Eklutna School." n.d. Photograph taken by the 2nd Mapping Squadron. Original photograph size: 7 5/8" x 9 1/4".
Girls basketball team posing for a team photo, Eklutna Vocational School, Eklutna, Alaska. Third girl from left in front row is Vera M. Joule from Point Hope, Alaska. 1942-1943. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Title taken from front. Packages being distributed to children at the Eklutna Vocational School Christmas party, Eklutna, Alaska. Photographer's number 24AB3G57-10:5-12:21. n.d. Photographer: U.S. Army. Original photograph size: 9 5/8" x 7 3/4".
View of two men working on electrical apparatus during the overhaul of the Eklutna power plant, located at the Eklutna powerhouse, Alaska. Photograph taken in 1980. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Title taken from verso. Student Joe Husaik carving ivory, Eklutna Vocation School, Eklutna, Alaska. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." 1930-1945. Original photograph size: 4" x 5". Photographer probably Hewitt's.