View of corner of Fourth Avenue and G Street looking west toward north side of street in Anchorage, Alaska, with pedestrians on corner and vehicles on street. Signs on buildings include: "Ted's Market," "Pioneer Club," "Carl's Jewelers," "Van's...
The photographs primarily relate to Valdez and the Copper River country during the period 1899-1905. Included are photographs of towns, buildings, camps, social events, mining, packing supplies and equipment, people, and scenery.
Title taken from photograph.
Photograph of the 1951 Annual Luncheon of the [General] Federation of Women's Clubs, Shoreham Hotel, Washington D. C. At this lunch the Women's Clubs began supporting the bid for Alaskan Statehood.
Contents: Letter of transmittal. Testimony of Chief Kah-du-shan from Wrangel Testimony of Chief Johnson (Yash-noosh) from Juneau Testimony of Chief Koogh-see fom Hoonah Testimony of Chief Kah-ea-tchiss from Hoonah ...
Title take from image [George Lawler], wearing an embroidered collar and top hat, kneels in front of public school cornerstone with a trowel as onlookers gather around; [ "G. M." may stand for Grand Mason (see ASL-P87-09380]
Title taken from verso. Aerial view, showing total destruction of facility. During an earthquake and tidal wave [tsunami] of April 1, 1946, Scotch Cap Lighthouse was destroyed. All five crewmen at the station were killed.