Photograph of a group of men posing outside the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Office in Rampart House, Yukon Territory, Canada. The men are identified as Charlie Ellingsen, Bishop, J. W. MacCormack, Frank Jackson, E. A. Cook, Jim Jackson.
Speeches and interviews commemorating and describing the origin of Kake Day and Kake history..
[Anchorage, Alaska : University of Alaska, 1982]. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Three photographic images.
In English and Tlingit.
Back Row: Richard Reese, Dick Albert, Billy Jackson, Harry Jackson, Willie Benson, George Bremner, Oscar Smith. Front Row: Charlie Blaine, Harry Bremner, Sr. - see ASL-P55-247, ASL-P55-245, and ASL-P55-249 also.]
Title taken from label on matting. View of memorial to Jackson Takite in shape of bear in front of building in Klawock, Alaska. Monument reads: "Joe Haglan. Jackson Takite." Photographer's number 8424. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original...
Photograph with verso caption: "Alaska Statehood backers jubilant-Members of the U. S. Congress who led the fight to make Alaska the 49th state of the Union join with Alaska's Govenor and Congressmen elect in celebrating the final passage of...
Letter dated 1 June 1877 from Sheldon Jackson, Denver, Colo. to J. S. Brown, Fort Wrangel noting Brown's appeal to the Y.M.C.A. had been forwarded to him and seeking further information necessary to establish a mission at Fort Wrangel.
[(Verso); panorama. In 1993 named Sheldon Jackson College: (l to r) Stevenson Hall, North Pacific Hall, Allen Auditorium, Whitmore Hall (not original name), laundry building with smokestack, Frasier Hall (PC).] Merrill, damaged
Descriptive Narrative: Carved wooden mask by Nathan Jackson with earrings by Emma Marks. The natural color of the wood shows through on most of the mask except where hair, eyebrows, and eyes are painted in black, and nostrils and lips in red. A...
Four men identified as, left to, right Ernest Gruening, Charles Bunnell, Henry Jackson and T. Moore, each is wearing graduation robes and mortar boards. several military officers are visible in the background.