Title taken from donor's caption. "1905, looking up Lakina River from 4 miles below our camp, Blackburn Mountains in distance". "There would be no possibililty of communication with the outside world for two months. We were as completely...
Split spruce root; twined; woman's rattle top basket; stones in knob of lid; designs on body are Cross, Crossing and Labret; on lid - Fireweed and Half Head of Salmon Berry. Measures 5 x 8.9 cm (2 in. x 3-1/2 in.).
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two women on a hillside amongst some fireweed. Dot Anderson is holding a cat. A small building sits in the background. Caption from finding aid reads: "Fannie Quigley and Dot Anderson".
Title supplied by cataloger. Road is gravel. Fireweed lines the road and mountains across Kachemak Bay in background. Slide labeled, 'Fireweed Homer. Hewitt's Photos, Anchorage, Alaska. 199A.' Original format: 35mm color slide