Group of performers displaying furs and hides on stage in front of scenic backdrop, possibly in Anchorage, Alaska. Performers may possibly be Sammy Mogg's Inupiat Dancers from Diomede and King Islands. 1953-1959. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide....
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 front. Group portrait of Eskimo family with kayaks on beach in northern Alaska. Man is leaning against kayak paddle. Photographer's number P1399. Photographer: Nowell. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3" x 5 1/8".
Title taken from front. Group photo of Eskimo chiefs in northern Alaska sitting on grass with buildings in background. Photographer's number P-1618. 1920's? Photographer: A. Eide. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 1/8" x 5".
Title taken from verso. View of Chester and Helen Seveck performing dance with drummers seated behind them, possibly at Kotzebue, Alaska. Photographer: Frank Whaley. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. View of men walking from airplane to dogsled on trip with fur trader Ed Shepherd (possibly at right, wearing parka) in Northern Alaska. March-April 1958. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 5" x 7 1/8".
Reindeer herder with sled and reindeer in harness, with village buildings in background, northern Alaska. From verso: "Grant Wemark. Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." n.d. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8".
Title from caption. Photograph of Chief William (Deyemaddins) and his wife, Sudinatnitz[?]. They are wearing a mixture of western and native garments, including beaded hide and fur mittens held in place with mitten strings.
A group of people gathered in someone's home, possibly. Eight women and two men have gathered. One lady in the front right looks to be knitting. There is an old stove, oven or furnace to the far right of the picture.
"My cold weather outfit. Beaver cap, Caribou coat, moose hide fur trimmed mittens, woolen pants, moosehide moccasins and on the snowshoes made for me by Sarah Bob one of the Ketchumstuk tribe squaws of the Forty Mile Indians. These snow shoes are...
A woman is sitting near a window wearing a fur shawl and muff. Next to the window, there is a small tree, maybe a sapling or possibly a prop for the photo. There is a shelf behind the woman with a small statue and a...