Title by indexer. Photograph of a truck in the snow. The lettering on the door reads: "Larry Reed, Fairbanks, Alaska." This photograph is a part of a series of images from the construction of the Alaska Highway.
Title by indexer. Photograph of one man working on the engine of a truck, while another gets snow chains attached to a rear tire. This photograph is a part of a series that was taken during the construction of the Alaska Highway.
Title taken from notes provided by Peter Haase, September 22, 2004. "Up ahead, a lumber rig which had jackknifed in the soft shoulder and was blocking the ALCAN highway. Occured before we reached Canadian Customs at Beaver Creek. View is from...
Greeting card from the Alaska Highway Patrol's 4th division showing the heads of the patrol officers and Mrs. Thorne. Images are identified by last name and placed upon a drawing of Alaska symbols, including a polar bear, a salmon, and a moose. ...
Title taken from caption. Cataloguer's note: A bear cub appears to be eating or taking something from a man's outstretched hand. The man on the right and those in the background are looking at this spectacle with amusement.
Title taken from caption. In this picture a man is holding a can as the bear leans forward to drink. Next to the man, another is kneeling in front of a bear cub and is gesturing playfully. The man in the background appears to be watching.
Title taken from photograph.
Photograph of the first truck to drive from Dawson Creek to Whitehorse and from Whitehorse to Fairbanks. Probably taken during ribbon-cutting ceremony on Soldiers Summit on November 20, 1942.