2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Mary Alice Ferry Diener with man mistakenly identified as George Washington Carmack in Ketchikan, Alaska. George Washington Carmack died in 1922, seven years before picture was taken. From verso: "Aug. 16, 1929. Mary Alice with George Washington...
Tells the stories of Alaskan women who have contributed to the state's economic, social, and political development, and who may serve as role models for younger women. Contains 12 lengthy question-and-answer profiles, 43 shorter profiles, and 12...
Title taken from accompanying note. "Oakland, California." See a portrait of a younger Mrs. Jennie E. and Alice Marie Johnson (as an infant) at UAF-1989-166-144. Also see a portrait that resembles a younger Alice Marie at UAF-1989-166-135.
Title take from front. Easterly view of the Alaska Railroad dock and Mount Alice at Seward, Alaska, with ship at dock. Also from front: "Seward. B-Bay-7." 1940-1950. Photographer: Glacier Photos. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
76 second, black & white/silent film clip. Clip shows two sternwheelers, the Alice and the General J. W. Jacobs, traveling on the Yukon River. A short segment near the end shows dogs tied up on a barge.
Title taken from accompanying note. "Portrait of Alice & Jennie." This is an image of a framed photograph. Jennie is sitting; her daughter Alice, (about age six) is standing close with one hand extended, holding her mother's hand. [They are the...
View looking from White Alice Communications site at Wasilla, Alaska along communications path toward White Alice site at Hinchinbrook Island. The White Alice Communications System (WACS) was a United States Air Force telecommunication link system...
View of White Alice Communications antenna at Wasilla, Alaska, as seen looking in opposite direction from communications path toward White Alice site at Hinchinbrook Island. The White Alice Communications System (WACS) was a United States Air Force...