Title from finding aid. Photograph shows Joe Crosson and Ernest Patty in front of an airplane. Caption from finding aid reads: "Joe Crosson, bush pilot and Ernest Patty, mining engineer (later President of the University)".
Four minute, 56 second, black & white with sound, film clip. Film shows Ernest Gruening telling Philleo Nash that the problems of Alaskan Natives differ from those of the Lower 48 States. From title frame: "Gruening Collection, 1961-1964".
Title taken from title frame. Frank Waskey, Alaska's first delegate to Congress, tells Senator Ernest Gruening about traveling to Washington in the early 1900's. 101-second film clip, black & white/sound.
Written on front: To my friend Ernest Gruening with best wishes William E. Beltz. Verso: William Ernest Beltz, a 47 year-old native of the Eskimo village of Unalakleet, is president of the Alaskan State Senate as Alaska makes the complicated...