Title taken from caption. Nurse Smith, a.k.a. "Smitty", and Sidney Connor pose for a photograph in Unalaska. Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title taken from verso. Group of people pose seated in grass while celebrating the 4th of July, Unalaska, Alaska, with town buildings in background. July 4, 1932. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".
These photographs were taken between 1899 and 1911 and depict life in the region around Forts Gibbon and Egbert. Included are hunting parties, military personnel, camp buildings, scenery, dog sledding and skiing. Steamships are shown loading wood...
Relief shown by hachures. Sheet title: Diagram of the range of the tides at Iliuliuk, Unalashka and of the coincident tidal observations showing the march of the tide from Akutan Pass to Iliuliuk, with a sketch of the region in which these and the...
Title by cataloguer. A display of Aleutian artifacts; several very finely woven baskets, containers and a flask which are traditionally made of rye grass and often crafted in one of three styles - Attu, Unalaska and Atka.
Title from verso. Photograph of a building damaged during the bombing raid on Dutch Harbor. Verso reads: "All that remained of a 24-bed hospital at Unalaska after Japanese bombers struck June 4. Fortunately, all patients had been...
Title taken from caption. Alan May aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Shoshone en route from Unalaska to Seattle. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title taken from caption. Handwritten note on verso: "Kind remembrances of a pleasant association. Sincere good wishes. Dr. & Mrs. L.A. White." This aerial photograph of Amaknak Island was likely sent to Alan May by Dr. and Mrs. White after the...
Title taken from caption. From verso: "Amoknak island, from the trail above the reservoir." View of mountains and islands in Unalaska Bay. There is a dock and building in the lower right. Photograph taken by Alan May during the 1936 Smithsonian...
Notes on Kankei Ibun (Voyages around the world)
Made with the assistance of Naoko Hoshino.
Table of contents with summary of each volume
List of illustrations
Vessel Wakamiya-maru leaving Ishimaki, winter of...
Back row, left to right: Priest Ioann Orlov, Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Innokentii (Pustynskii), Priest Nikolai Rysev (Protoierei), Stefan Repin (later Igumen Sergei) and Leontii Sivtsev, psalm reader. At Unalaska.
Left to right: Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Tikhon Bellavin, and Petr Popov. The priests stand in front of a wooden building, on a rug at the top of a set of stairs. Another man looks on from a window.
Seven are identified. Back row (l. to r.): Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Nikolai Ziorov, Priest Nikolai Rysev. Middle row, third from left: Semen Alfreevich Milovidov. Middle row, on right: Ivan Diakonov. Front row, far right: Spiridonov.