The George King Collection describes in photographs and manuscript material early aviation in Alaska. There are two series in this collection. The first series consists of five photograph albums and two folders of loose photographs. The second...
Two people in a canoe aside what appears to be a half-sunk canoe. The sun is shining brightly on the still water, and there's a boat in the water to the left. Two houses are to the right near the shore.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows houses and buildings in the foreground. The bridge going to Douglas Island and a boat harbor sit in the distance. Caption from finding aid reads "Juneau 1951". Location is Juneau, Alaska.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a pair of water skiers being pulled out of the harbor into Gastineau Channel by a skiff. Caption from finding aid reads "Water skiing 1951". Location appears to be Juneau, Alaska.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows men standing near an umiak and some walruses being butchered on the beach. Caption from finding aid reads "Walrus butchering". Location may be St. Lawrence Island, Alaska.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a walrus that has been skinned. Blood, guts and blubber is spread out over the ice. Three men can be seen as well as a boat. Caption from finding aid reads "Walrus skinned". Location is unknown.