Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two women standing on a snowy street in Nome. Behind them sits a house and The Trading Post. Caption from finding aid reads "Two women in Nome". Location is Nome, Alaska.
Title taken from caption. Ursula and Frank Elanna dressed in fur parkas, possibly at Fur Rendezvous celebration in Anchorage, Alaska. 1953-1959. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Donald Arthur Post.
Title taken from caption. View of four women dressed in fur parkas riding in Anchorage Fur Rendezvous Parade in Anchorage, Alaska, with spectators, some holding cameras, in background. From left to right: Ursula Elanna, Agnes Kunnuk, Jeannie Mogg,...
Title taken from verso. Visitors look at sod igloo while on tour at Point Barrow, Alaska. Also from verso: "Louise Hollister, tour guide, Barrow, 1960." 1960. Photographer: Frank Whaley. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10".
Two women and a man seem to be descending down a snow hill. Photos UAF-1985-122-146 to UAF-1985-122-150 and UAF-1985-122-161 to UAF-1985-122-162 appear to be the same people at the same time and place.
Title taken from verso. Men standing in front of Wien Alaska Airlines CB (Seabee) floatplane at Barrow, Alaska. Also from verso: "L side: Hugh House, pilot. G.S. people." 1946-1947. Photographer: Noel Wien. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/4".
Title from margin notes. Photograph shows two Native Alaskan women dressed in elaborate parkas standing on a mound of snow. One of the women is holding a baby. Another woman stands below them and a child stands between them.