Title taken from image. Photograph of the 1901 Nome Mayor and City Council, the first in the state following a government response that all communities over 300 can incorporate and elect mayors and city councils. Geise, Julius F., d. 1918?1923?;...
Businessmen from Anchorage, Alaska seated at banquet, Washington, D.C. From verso: "1946. Washington D.C. Local businessmen chartered a flight to Washington D.C. to petition for an international airport for Anchorage. Sen. Gruening at far end of...
Title taken from verso. Group photo of Anchorage city department heads in Anchorage, Alaska, with map of Anchorage on wall in right background. Printing on map reads: "City of Anchorage area." From information with photo: "In council room." Seated...
Title taken from caption. View of four men in front of a sign, one of them holding a microphone and a shovel, at a groundbreaking ceremony. Caption also reads: "L[eft]/R[ight,] Mayor George H. Byer, [Charles] Laughton, Frank Brink, Director of...
Title taken from caption. View of four men in front of a sign, one of them holding a shovel and digging while the others watch, at a groundbreaking ceremony. Caption also reads: "L[eft]/R[ight,] Mayor George H. Byer, [Charles] Laughton, Frank...
The first laws for the Harris Mining District (Juneau) were drawn up by Richard T. Harris on October 4, 1880, shortly after he and Joe Juneau made their initial discovery of gold. This set of laws was superceded by another code which was adopted...
2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Title from verso Soldiers of Company B, 1st Battle Group, 23rd Infantry, unloading 55 gallon drums and rolling them down a prefabricated ramp to HARRIS COUNTY (LST-822) Signal Corps Photo 576652 (1st. Lt. Charles Beresford, photographer)
Man, woman and dog outside a small makeshift tent inside a building. Signs on the tent reads "Matanuska Chief"; "Duke's Home"; "And the Cat came back."
Verso: Duke Harris Tent in northern Saloon, Seward.
The Catholic block above Fifth Street, between Gold and Harris Streets. The buildings from the left are St. Ann's Hospital, staff residence, Church of the Nativity, Chancellery, and the old school building; pre-1919.
Title taken from caption on slide. "Drying ugruk skins and full seal oil pokes Yaiyuk Harris and wife Sishoalikroaq 1952." [The name Yaiyuk is also spelled Yiyuk in this collection. Ugruk means seal, probably bearded seal.]