From verso: "Governor Ernest Gruening presents Eisenhower Trophy to men of Company D. Sitka, during battalion review of 208th Infantry Battalion, on Governor's Day at Juneau. Provost Marshal Lt. Verne Metcalf accompanies the governor."
From verso: Col. Castner, commander of the Alaskan G-2 Combat Scouts, in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. . . Their mission was to wipe out any Japanese outpost and to give the signal to the force for entry into Adak Harbor.
Shown seated, left to right, at a bridge table in Governor's mansion: Governor and Mrs. William Egan, and Rear Admiral and Mrs. Christopher Knapp; standing at center is Lt. Commander Dave Rondestvedt; first American Contract Bridge League...
People identified in caption: top row, left to right: Barry Keown, Col. Hartman, Carl Lomen, Earl Rossman, Henry Bizanion, Alfred Lomen; bottom row, left to right: Capt. A.M. Smith, Valhjalmur Stefansson, Sir Hubert Wilkins, Col. Ben Eielson
Governor Mike Stepovich, on left, is welcomed to Juneau for his inauguration as Governor of Alaska by Colonel Elvis M. Farmer, in center, and Waino E. Hendrickson, Secretary of Alaska; the boy, saluting, is Peter Stepovich
[Four men in foreground are, left to right; Major General Simon Bolivier Buckner, Lt. Commander J.S. MacKinnon, Lt. Commander Miller, and Commander Foster (personal inspection for Pres. Roosevelt); planes behind men.]