Title by cataloguer. A display of Aleutian artifacts; several very finely woven baskets, containers and a flask which are traditionally made of rye grass and often crafted in one of three styles - Attu, Unalaska and Atka.
Title taken from attached note. "University of Alaska Photo. 22 January 1962. Study of Artifacts - University of Alaska students talk with Ludwig Rowinski, museum director, about a kayak on display at the state university museum. In the...
Displayed between the couple is a bentwood tray, carved from yew wood; the North Wind is represented by the applique figures on the blanket or robe Note: Photograph was published in Monuments in Cedar, by Edward Keithahn, page 94
From: Lisianski, Urey, 1773-1837, Voyage round the world, in the years 1803, 1804, 1805, & 1806 : by order of His Imperial Majesty Alexander the First, on board the ships Nadeshda and Neva, under the command of Captain A.J. von Krusenstern