Title taken from slide mount. Award winning head of cabbage sitting on a burlap sack surrounded by milk bottles, root vegetables, and packages of ice cream. Writing on burlap sack reads, "U.S. No. 1 Potatoes." Writing on ice cream boxes reads,...
View of North Star Dairy ice cream carton made in Anchorage, Alaska. Printing on carton reads: "North Star brand. Ice cream. Pasteurized. A treat to eat." June 9, 1959. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 4 1/8" x 5".
Title taken from information with photo. First set of twins born in Anchorage, Alaska (born 1917) posed for portrait. From verso: "Mary and Helen McDannel." 1918? Original photograph size: 5" x 4 1/2".
This color slide depicts two Alaska Native boys in either Kotzebue or Barrow, Alaska, 1962. The boy on the left holds a twenty-dollar bill, and the boy on the right is licking an ice cream cone. The photographer is unidentified.