Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a person walking in a blizzard down Main Street in Marshall, Alaska. Caption from finding aid reads "Blizzard on Marshall Main Street". Location is Marshall, Alaska.
45-second, B&W/silent film clip. Slim Williams removes porcupine quills from "Blizzard", his Siberian Husky. Williams removes quills from Blizzard's muzzle by hand and with pliers, then pets the reclining animal.
Title taken from verso. Arthur Eide chipping ice off building coated in ice, Little Diomede Island, Alaska. From original: "I had to shovel the ice from the windows after a blizzard - 1916. A. Eide." 1916. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 5".
Title from caption on photograph. Photograph shows a group of children as seen from behind. Caption on photograph reads "Front Street - Nome, Alaska. Nome school children on their way home - in a blizzard [?]".
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows children playing in a blizzard. A house and the base of a windmill sits behind them. Caption from finding aid reads "Kids at Marshall". Location is Marshall, Alaska.
Title from verso. Photograph of soldiers clearing snow off a roof. Verso reads: "Soldiers at a U.S. Army base in the Aleutians do a little old-fashioned snow shoveling to clear important points after a williwaw (howling blizzard to you)...
Title from caption. Photograph of two horses hauling 45 foot poles across the frozen Tanana River. Caption reads: Hauling 45 foot poles across the Tanana river, to rebuild Tolovana crossing, during a blizzard. (Casey and Q M [Quarter Master]...