Title taken from caption from identical image on the same page. Caption reads in its entirety: "Contact of agglomerate and larva formation of British Mountains on the northeastern slopes of Grizzly ridge, upper part of Malcolm River valley. July...
Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Contact of agglomerate and larva formation of British Mountains on the northeastern slopes of Grizzly ridge, upper part of Malcolm River valley. July 21, 1912."
(5:18 min) (17 of 27) Haul Road II
Bids to build from Yukon River north were too high so Juneau said go ahead and finish it. The crew got more equipment and people and fuel. The temperature dropped to -70 degrees. Juneau kept asking --...
Winter view of Katherine and Jack Claypool with two dogs and a sled in front of their Uncle Tod Cowles' law office in Circle City or Tanana, Alaska. Sign above door of the log building reads: "Cowles. Lawyer." Contact print size: 3 1/2" x 5".
Photograph shows two railroad employees, one in uniform, standing on the boards of an Alaska Railroad motor car that is parked on the railway track. Several other men, possibly railroad construction workers, are visible to the right of the...
Title taken from verso. View of the Catholic church, school buildings, and the fenced-in garden area comprising part of the Catholic mission at Nulato. Also from verso: "There are three sisters and one priest."
Title taken from album caption. Group portrait of two women and one man standing in front of a log residence. The adults are wearing fur parkas and the young woman is wearing a fabric kuspuk with a fur collar.
Title taken from album caption. Group portrait of teachers and students at the Cape Prince of Wales school. All are wearing fur parkas and mukluks. The school building is in the background of the photograph.
Title taken from album caption. Group portrait of hospital workers in Noorvik, Alaska. Left to right (from album caption): "Mrs. Swartz, Dr., Retta [Colwill Reed], Mrs. Kohlus, and Nellie." The blur in the foreground is a dog. 1922?