Gov. Gruening greeted by military officers in Cold Bay, Alaska. Identified are left to right: Lt. Cdr. Foley, Gov. Gruening, Gen. Jones and Major Regier. A military aircraft is visible in the background.
From verso: "Governor Ernest Gruening presents Eisenhower Trophy to men of Company D. Sitka, during battalion review of 208th Infantry Battalion, on Governor's Day at Juneau. Provost Marshal Lt. Verne Metcalf accompanies the governor."
Senator E. Gruening and an unidentified man show the lack of glass in the windows of the Tanana Post Office with the caption: "Senator Gruening shows the dilapidated condition of the Tanana Post Office. 1962."
Title from sleeve. Governor Ernest Gruening with children at the dedication of the Sterling Highway. Gruening appears to be holding the bow from the ceremonial ribbon cutting, perhaps to give it to the young girl. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Governor Ernest Gruening delivers a speech to the Alaska Territorial Legislature at a special session in 1946. Two legislators sit on the stage, while other members sit at tables. 4 X 5 B&W negative.