Title from verso. Image shows a side view of two white buildings and several log cabins next to a river, probably the Kobuk River. Smoke is coming from the chimney of the building on the right, which is identified in other Reuel Griffin...
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two airplane hangars in the distance with some wildflowers and a small pond in the foreground. Caption from finding aid reads "Aircraft hangar at Lake Hood". Location is Lake Hood, Alaska.
Title from caption. Photograph of a man seated next to a display of pressed and dried flowers, and a variety of Alaska wildflowers ready for pressing. A woman is seated in the doorway of the log cabin.
Title supplied by cataloger. Cache in field of yellow flowers with dog kennels in background. Slide taken from a slide carousel labeled, 'Joyce Harrison & Challenge.' I.e. Joyce Garrison. Original format: 35mm color slide
From image: Baritello's outing party, Douglas, Alaska, Aug. 1910; seven people pose along Gastineau Channel shoreline, standing in field of native plants and wildflowers Printed from original glass-plate negative
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a meadow of Fireweed flowers, a mountain, and what appears to be Gastineau Channel down below. Caption from finding aid reads "Mt. R". Location is Mt. Roberts, Alaska.
The entire collection contains reports, correspondence, pamphlets, and administrative records received from the agricultural stations at Matanuska, Fairbanks, and Petersburg. The papers address such topics as environmental data, Alaskan flora,...
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two women on a hillside amongst some fireweed. Dot Anderson is holding a cat. A small building sits in the background. Caption from finding aid reads: "Fannie Quigley and Dot Anderson".
View of eastern arcade linking Balto building and Goode Hall at Jesse Lee Home in Seward, Alaska. Fireweed stands in foreground and picnic table stands at left. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. 1970-1971? Photographer: William L. McNutt.
View of Jesse Lee Home in Seward, Alaska. Monument with fireweed blooming nearby stands in foreground. Printing on monument reads: "Jesse Lee Home." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. 1970-1971? Photographer: William L. McNutt.