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  • Description: Bethel
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    • Dogs.

    • Dogs.

    • Title from caption.

      Handwritten note reads "Dogs - Bethel Hosp [Hospital] - Feb. 1950." In this photo, along with UAF-1997-108-310, seven dogs lie in the snow near a sled which contains what could be packages. Nearby is a sled frame. ...

    • UAF-1997-108-310
    • Dogs.

    • Dogs.

    • Title from caption.

      Handwritten note reads "Dogs - Bethel, 1950." In this photo, along with UAF-1997-108-311, seven dogs lie in the snow near a sled which appears to hold packages. The front part of a sled frame appears to the left in...

    • UAF-1997-108-311
    • Elizabeth Egoak of Akiak.

    • Elizabeth Egoak of Akiak.

    • Title from caption.

      Handwriting on slide identifies image as Elizabeth Egoak of Akiak. Also handwritten on slide are "Native Woman", "Bethel", and "1950". Subject appears to be standing near a raolroad. There are buildings behind her.

    • UAF-1997-108-383
    • Mission buildings.

    • Mission buildings.

    • Title from indexer.

      Note on slide reads "Mission Bldgs [buildings], 1950." Buildings line the waterfront. The mission might be the white building with cupola-like feature at the top. There is a boat in the water near the waterfront. ...

    • UAF-1997-108-386
    • Bethel area.

    • Bethel area.

    • Title from caption.

      Note on slide reads "Bethel Area." Similar to UAF-1997-108-386 which identifies one of the buildings, possibly the white building with the cupola-like feature at the top, as the mission, and the date of image as 1950.

    • UAF-1997-108-387
    • Tundra Shack.

    • Tundra Shack.

    • Title from slide.

      "Breakup 1948" is also written on the slide. The Tundra Shack was a business in Bethel, Alaska, located near a quonset hut. "Ice cream" is written on the white sign in red, under the business name written in black. You...

    • UAF-1997-108-394
    • House in Bethel.

    • House in Bethel.

    • Title from slide.

      Also on slide is "V(?) Cann's house, Bethel, breakup 1948." The handwriting was not entirely decipherable. The photo shows a two-story white house with a red gambrel roof and logs covering the lower portion. Four quonset...

    • UAF-1997-108-400
    • Theater in Bethel.

    • Theater in Bethel.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide reads, "Edsa(?) Theater, breakup, Bethel 1948." The first word is not discernible. Photo is of a long narrow gray building on stilts. Stairs lead up to it, and a ladder leans against the side. Next to the larger...

    • UAF-1997-108-401
    • Square Knot and a steamboat.

    • Square Knot and a steamboat.

    • Title from indexer.

      Written on slide is "sailor" and "Bethel 1949," in addition to two illegible words; one possibly, "Langley." A white paddle steamer is on the left of this photo; it has a red paddle wheel, a black chimney, and three...

    • UAF-1997-108-403
    • Bethel airport.

    • Bethel airport.

    • Title from slide.

      An aerial photo of the airport in Bethel, Alaska. At that time, the airport was located on a bend of the Kuskokwim River. The river looks as though it is frozen over, and there is snow along the sides of the runways....

    • UAF-1997-108-405
    • Bethel airport.

    • Bethel airport.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Bethel" was written on the slide. Three silver twin-engine propeller planes are parked on an airport apron, as well as two single-propeller planes farther down (one blue, one red). The closest plane has "Northern...

    • UAF-1997-108-406
    • Maritha Wassili.

    • Maritha Wassili.

    • Title from slide.

      Also written on the slide are the words, "slough" and "1950 Bethel." A Native Alaskan woman is standing in front of a tar-paper covered two-story building on stilts. She is wearing a pink and blue striped kuspuk with a...

    • UAF-1997-108-412
    • Alaska Steamship Company tapes. [TEST]

    • Alaska Steamship Company tapes. [TEST]

    • 9 sound cassettes : analog.
      Recorded on April 4-8, 1986 in Alaska. [THIS RECORD IS A TEST OF UAF ORAL HISTORY COMPOUND OBJECTS.]

    • UAF-H84-27 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H84-28 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H85-310 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H85-315 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H86-104 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H86-105 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H86-106 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H86-107 ORAL HISTORY; UAF-H86-108 ORAL HISTORY;
    • Bethel.

    • Bethel.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows two people standing next to a dogsled. A couple of buildings sit in the background. A structure that also looks like a barge sits nearby the dogs. Caption from finding aid reads "Bethel".
      Location is...

    • UAF-2010-25-111

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