Title taken from information with photo. Hunter with dog team and sled standing near open water during winter caribou hunt near Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. 1963. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 10" x 8 1/8".
Title supplied by cataloger. Close-up of dog's penis. Slide taken from a slide box labeled, 'Incomplete, 41-80 Box #2, #3,' inside a carousel box labeled, 'Iditarod.' Slide labeled, '46.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Man crouches in snow next to a wooden structure, embracing dog. Dog wears caribou skin penis protector, suggesting extreme cold weather. Slide taken from a slide box labeled, 'Extras' in a slide carousel box labeled,...
Title from image caption Two dog teams, with loaded sleds; a row of men line snowy street behind dogs; Dawson buildings, including the Martony Hotel and the Aurora No. 2, in background Photographer's number 2647-1/2
Note accompanying same image, PCA442-61: "Boats built by Natives, split cottonwood ribs, covered with caribou? or bear skins. . ." Native hunting party, with six men in two skin boats, paddles away from shore