Title taken from caption on slide. "Cushman bridge (normally cannot see water). Fort Wainwright HHC 171st August 20, 1967." Cars and pedestrians cross the Cushman Street Bridge, largely covered with debris from the 1967 Fairbanks flood....
View of four Native children in the front row of the audience at the 1966 Governor's Picnic in Anchorage, Alaska. Three of the children are using boxes to try and keep dry in the rain. Photo taken in 1966.
Title taken from caption. View of a crowd gathered for the Fourth of July celebration held 1898, in Dyea, Alaska. Dyea was known as the Gateway to Chilkoot Pass, and once rivaled Skagway as the largest town in Alaska. Dyea declined rapidly after...
Title taken from caption. View of the shore at Spenard Lake in Anchorage, Alaska, showing a dock and several swimmers in the lake. A young child is running toward adults seated on a park bench. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Title taken from front. Group portrait of a large number of men, women, and children sitting and standing in front of a log building in Wasilla, Alaska. Also from front: "Wasilla. AAA. May 21, 1927." May 21, 1927. Postcard.
Three women and two men (in uniform) sitting at table and on log during picnic. Trash can is on its side in center of photo. Location is probably Fire Lake in Southcentral Alaska. 1941-1944. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Three men in military uniforms sitting in front of East Anchorage post office in Anchorage, Alaska. From caption: "Neil Clarahan, Bill Feeley, ?" Sign on wall reads: "Post office. East Anchorage, Alaska." ca. 1944. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".