Title from sleeve. Also on sleeve: '(L) Steve Braund, Ann Stevens, Ted Stevens near Mel Braund, the contractor.' Ted Stevens and wife Ann walk with Melvin and Steve Braund and two unidentified people on the grounds of a facility in Bethel....
Title from sleeve. Workers in coveralls and hardhats greet a small dog while working on laying sewer pipe in Cordova. A third workman operates a backhoe. Buildings visible in the background. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Two dogs run down a muddy street in Cordova. Trucks and cars line the street, and a construction site is visible on the right. Buildings back up to a wooded hill. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. A man stands on the sidewalk in front of the downtown offices of Cordova Airlines in Cordova, AK. A sign on the door reads 'Ticket Office.' The building is undergoing exterior renovation, and two ladders are propped against the...
Title from sleeve. A building under construction in Cordova. Cars and a truck are parked near plastic sheeting draped over the foundation. Other city buildings, including a four-story structure, are visible against the snow-dusted mountains. 2 1/4...
Title from sleeve. Aerial view of homes under construction near Kenai, showing buildings in stages of completion along dirt roads. Paved highway and Cook Inlet in distance. Photographer's number: 10841. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Aerial view of a residential development near Kenai, showing neat rows of houses along roads. Several treed lots have been sectioned out by new roads in the foreground. Photographer's number: 19639. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Seven-story building along a waterway in Ketchikan identified as the Mary Frances Towers condominiums or Centennial Building. Debris along water in foreground. A van is parked behind the building. Photographer's number: 6241.
Title from sleeve. Crane truck at construction site of the Ketchikan Bridge. Sign reads 'Bridge Closed Detour.' Houses visible in background. Also on sleeve: 'McCutcheon no relative of Steve.' 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title taken from front. Tent at WAMCATS (Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System) construction camp, Valdez-Fairbanks Trail, Alaska. n.d. Photographer: J.N. Randall. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8".
Title supplied by cataloger. Group of buildings being constructed. Construction workers can be seen standing in a plastic covered structure in the background. Slide printed 7/1981. Slide box labeled, 'Dillingham.' Original format: 35mm color slide