United States military personnel board ship's boats to travel to the wreck of the S.S. Yukon near Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska." 1946. Original size of photograph: 8" x 10".
An Army tugboat seen close to the wreck of the S.S. Yukon after the storm near Seward, Alaska. The U.S.S. Curb and a Coast Guard boat are further out. From verso: "Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska." 1946. Original size of photograph: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. Photograph of teacher with a group of kindergarten students, Seward, Alaska. Also from verso: "Alaska Mar 11, 1946. God bless you Robert. Your teacher, Berta Vaughn." Original photograph size: 3" x 4 3/4".
Title taken from verso. Stamped on the back of the 5" x 7" photograph is Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska. Written on the back of the 8" x10" photograph is: Crew members and passengers work in unison to remove victims from the wreck of the...
Some of the military personnel involved in either the Yukon rescue effort or the latter examination of the wreckage near Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Glacier Photo Service, Seward Alaska, G. McCreary, photographer." 1946. Photographer: G. McCreary....
Title taken from verso. Billy Blackjack Johnson during military service in U.S. First Infantry Division, Co. E 18th Infantry at check point in Frankfurt, Germany. 1946. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title from sleeve. Governor Ernest Gruening delivers a speech to the Alaska Territorial Legislature at a special session in 1946. Two legislators sit on the stage, while other members sit at tables. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title taken from back of photograph. "Left: Thimble basket 11/8" tall - 1" diameter women by Jennie Golley in Atka 1946. Right: Basket woven over a bottle 3" tall 11/2" diameter woven by Annie Golley 1946."
Street scene showing businesses and automobiles; business signs include the following: Cut Rate Liquor, Rexall Drugs, Gastineau Hotel, Ludwig Nelson Jeweler, Harry Race Drugs, Graves Shoes, and Bailey's Bar