Title taken from caption. View of an Alaska Native woman standing next to a clothesline with grass hanging to dry. There is a wooden building in the background. From May's journal, dated July 12th: "The grass that is cut for making baskets, is cut...
View of Agnes O'Brien and others displaying handmade baskets in Hooper Bay, Alaska. Photo negative number in the Ward Wells Collection, B83.91.S1450.45. August 11, 1953. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 5" x 4".
Title taken from front. Blueberry plants arranged in basket on table, Southcentral Alaska. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." Photographer's number G1497. n.d. Photographer: Guy F. Cameron. Original photograph size: 10" x 8".
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.