Closeup view of Bill Ritter holding two Alaskan king crabs, about to drop them into the cooking vat at the Alaska-Fresh Crab Plant in Homer, Alaska. He is dressed in a rubber apron and wearing a hat. Original photograph size: 4" x 6".
Cyanotype photogra[h of two men in front of a tent with salmon hanging from a pole between them. There is a large wooden building in the background. Photograph taken during the 1898 Cook's Inlet Exploring Expedition led by Edwin F. Glenn on behalf...
Five young women in white aprons, along with their teacher, cook in the kitchen of Juneau High School; left to right, Wilhelymine Larsen, Irene Burke, Agnes Pademeister, Lillian Bayers, Elsie Baggan, and Emma Ueland, teacher.
Four members of the Jesse Lee household staff pose on the steps of Goode Hall at the Jesse Lee Home in Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Carrie Ida Pierce Seward, Alaska, Box 516." 1946-1955. Original photograph size: 3 3/4" x 3".
Group gathers outside the Richardson Roadhouse during Gov. Bone's trip. Visible are Governor Bone and his family, Bob Hickman and his wife, Judge & Mrs Clegg, Ben Eielson, Vide Gaustad and O. P. Gaustad.
Group portrait of the Fairbanks public school children. Rosie Kelly identified as fourth from right in bottom row. They are likely posing outside of the school and the adults on either end are probably teachers. A crate that is visible is from...
Group standing outside a saloon in Dishkakat. People identified as: Ruby Kelly Clark, Ed Kelly, Mrs. Kelly, unknown, Bessie Kelly Shaw, unknown, Rose Kelly Erickson. A sign advertises bread and pastry for sale.
Interior of meat and specialty food store, with stools at counter, plucked poultry, scales, sides of meat, Christmas tree, etc. Four men behind counter wear white coats and aprons. Sign on cash register: Get a Receipt.
Kathleen, Harold and Madge Newton visit with some goats, their living quarters in the background. The quarters are located behind the store. What appears to be livestock pen or coop stands behind the children.