Title taken from caption. View of Larsen Bay and the Larsen Bay cannery, a.k.a. the Alaska Packers Association cannery, which had then merged with the California Packing Corporation (or Calpak). Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936...
Title taken from caption. From verso: "Chinese cemetery, Larson’s Bay [sic]." Close-up of a grave with fences and Chinese writing on the markers. The Larsen Bay cannery is in the background. Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936...
Title taken from caption. View of a fireplace excavated at the dig site at Larsen Bay. Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Five young women in white aprons, along with their teacher, cook in the kitchen of Juneau High School; left to right, Wilhelymine Larsen, Irene Burke, Agnes Pademeister, Lillian Bayers, Elsie Baggan, and Emma Ueland, teacher.
Title from image caption People pose, seated on porch at Apollo Mine in Unga; [women in the top row, left to right are: 2- Katherine Watanabe, 3- Grace Larsen, 5- Zenia Larsen; women a step below: Miss LaCrone and Alice Larsen]
High-knee caribou boots with a strip of beaver fur along the
top of the boots. These boots have soft soles probably
caribou skin. The draw string at the top of the boots is
probably caribou skin with blue and white yarn ends. There
are two strips...
Title taken from image. Postcard of the radio station built at Karluk, Alaska. Written on the reverse of the postcard is a message stating "This station was quite a happening. Put in by neighboring cannery at Larsen's Bay."