1. [1 leaf:] “This is the use the following curios were put to”: 1.) the masks...2.) the small idols... 3.) the idol which part fish and part human 2. [set of writings held together with pin, 8 pages, double-sided; each section varies in...
2 maps on one sheet. Shows sailing routes and distances. Relief shown by hachures. From The volume library /Henry W. Ruoff. Components: Map of Alaska -- Map of Hawaii. Page 47. Map of Philippine Islands on verso.
[(Verso); panorama. In 1993 named Sheldon Jackson College: (l to r) Stevenson Hall, North Pacific Hall, Allen Auditorium, Whitmore Hall (not original name), laundry building with smokestack, Frasier Hall (PC).] Merrill, damaged
[cover missing; hand-numbered journal: 119 pages]
[handwritten list at front as follows:] 1. War story of the Kobuk river 2. Village story of the big lake 3. Village story of Anvik 4. Point Hope story 5. Thismareff...
[hand-numbered: 116 p.; as listed in front of book with exception of bracketed title that is in book , but not listed in front]
1. War story between Council & S. Michael people
2. Story of Atrovik
3. Island Story
A boy and a girl pose for a picture in their best clothes with a kitten in Seward, Alaska. Signs in the background read: "[Ci]gars & Tobacco" and "Bovera Cigars." 1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
A fenced-in area with the Standard Oil Offices, a pipeline, and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in the background in Seward, Alaska. ca. 1910-1913. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
A group of men with two loaded dog sleds stand in front of the Seward Commercial Company and Jack's on 4th Avenue in Seward, Alaska. Signs on buildings read: "Jack's" and "Seward Commercial Co." Printing on windows of Seward Commercial Company...
A group of people pose with horses and dogs in front of the Alaska Transfer Company. in Seward, Alaska. Sign on building reads: "Alaska Transfer." 1910? Photographer: Elsie Blue. Original size of photograph: 6 1/4" x 4".