Title taken from accompanying note. "Vern Forbes in front of Hi Yu mill, 1987." Vern Forbes standing in front of a large (three or more story) house with broken windows. The Hi-Yu mine was located along Fairbanks Creek.
Title supplied by cataloger. Two men stand facing one another. Herbie wears a fur-trimmed parka. Vern is holding paper and a writing utensil. The top of Herbie's sled can be seen. Dogs stand and sit in the background.
Title taken from information with photograph. Vern Tejas, standing beside one of his snow shelters on Mount McKinley. A trunk and a handle of a shovel are visible. Photographs was taken by Lowell Thomas Jr. during Tejas's solo expedition.
From caption, “Vern Tejas pushing his mountain bike up the slopes of Aconcagua in Argentina, the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere.” Image of Vern Tejas pushing his mountain bike up a slope. He has a large pack on his back.
Title from sleeve. Artist Vern Slwooko sits at a desk looking at small artifacts, possible ivory carvings. Newspapers and a radio sit on the desk. Clothing is hung on the walls behind him. Photographer's number: 13424. 2 1/4 B&W negative.