(5:26 min.) (08 of 12) More on supply transportation Poorly prepared and equipped--Pushed caterpillars (bulldozers) off the top of ridge--3 of 4 survived--built switchback down to cats--escorting an engineer company
34 second, color/silent film clip of aerial and ground views of the completion and dedication of the Haul Road.
Two bulldozers close the last section of road and, as a crowd looks on, a woman cuts the ribbon.
38 second film clip, color/silent, of the Alaska Territorial Guard [ATG] moving a house on skids through the streets of Nome, Alaska. They are using a bulldozer; other heavy equipment can be seen in the background.
6 min, 22 sec film clip, color/silent. Footage includes: men operating a hydraulic "giant", men drilling thaw points, interior and exterior operations of a gold dredge, excavation by bulldozer and steam shovel, men sluicing gold and scooping...
62 second film clip, color with audio track narration Clip shows the harvesting ice from lakes near Barrow, Alaska. Narration describes the harvesting, processing and use of ice for drinking water and other domestic purposes.
Bulldozers work to clear debris from the November 23-24, 1941 fire in Seward, Alaska. Caption reads: "Seward Fire Nov 23-24. Stephen Rychter." Nov. 23-24, 1941. Photographer: Stephen Rychter. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Coast Guard operated LST, discharges equipment onto beach through open bow doors; the beach is strewn with bundles [barracks bags?] and boxes of gear or supplies; a bulldozer operates along shore Photographer's number 5603
Large bulldozer in foreground; debris, supplies, and telegraph (or power) poles in background Note on verso: "Mud was very deep in low spots, but volcanic rock and sandstone more predominate in higher places." Photographer's number 5599