Title from sleeve. A pedestrian walks along a dirt road in Dillingham. An old truck is parked on the right. Wooden houses and a church steeple visible in distance. Photographer's number: 6 4135 55. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. A wooden structure in a cemetery in Dillingham houses a water pump. A wooden boardwalk leads to the shed. Grave markers visible on hill above. Photographer's numbers: 6 4134 55, 19035. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. View of buildings along the road in Glennallen, including a log cabin with large flagpole with American flag. Mountains in distance. Photographer's number: 6 4347 55. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from verso Soldiers of Company B, 1st Battle Group, 23rd Infantry, unloading 55 gallon drums and rolling them down a prefabricated ramp to HARRIS COUNTY (LST-822) Signal Corps Photo 576652 (1st. Lt. Charles Beresford, photographer)
Title taken from image. Store interior, with three men at counter. A bunch of bananas hanging at left. Fresh fruit and canned goods are displayed. Photographer's number 55. Companion image: ASL-P226-330.
A group of people assembled at the dock in the rain; perhaps taken from the deck of a vessel. Signs in image: Alaska Steamship Company; Ingersoll Hotel; Marine Hotel; Rotary International; Pioneer Airways agency, Charter Flights,...
Title from image. Photographer's number S.55. Salmon Creek Dam; designed by Lars Jorgensen, chief engineer Harry L. Wallenerg, was the first true constant-angle arch dam. It is 168 feet high and 648 feet across. Completed in 1914. Alaska...