Title taken from verso. Mike Alex and son Daniel standing in Russian Orthodox cemetery among spirit houses, Eklutna, Alaska. Also from verso: "1975 - 7/4." July 4, 1975. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 7/8".
Title taken from verso. View of Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Ascension, Unalaska, Alaska, with cemetery. Also from verso: "National Historic Landmark." 1984. Photographer: Barbara Sweetland Smith.
Title taken from verso. Photograph of a Native Alaskan cemetery with Russian Orthodox Crosses. Some of the graves are enclosed in their own fence and others, like the one in the distance, have several graves within one fence.
Totem pole with winged raven, two grave monuments, covered grave; One monument states "At rest, Chief's Son, David Andrew - born December? 1871? - Drowned in Tongass Narrows, March 15, 1903?" Grave probably at Ketchikan or Saxman.
Transcript of diary kept by Myrtle Ryan (later Bunger) in 1900 that describes her journey to and life in Dawson in the Yukon Territory and Nome, Alaska. Myrtle recounts how she traveled from Los Angeles, California to Skagway by boat in January...
View of a cemetery in Seward, Alaska surrounded by small buildings. Possibly in the present day (2004) area between Second and Third Avenue near railway. ca. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 5 1/4".
View of Anchorage Memorial Cemetery, Anchorage, Alaska, with buildings and water tank in the background. From verso: "Anchorage Memorial Cemetery in 1937; the Native plots are with the little memorial houses in the front; The old water twoer [sic]...