Title from sleeve. Boat builder Jenses (left in hard hat) stands with Governor Walter Hickel next to the wooden frame of a boat, possibly in a workshop, at Ketchikan. Centennial boat? Photographer's number: 6035. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title taken from verso. View of boats and fishermen in harbor during fishing derby, Seward, Alaska, with buildings in background. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." 1956. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title from sleeve. Wally & Ermalee arriving in a chauffered automobile. A young man holds the car door for Ermalee, who wears a fur coat. Wally exits car on opposite side. Building in background. Photographer's number: 2 of 9. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. A group of men and women in formal dress stands on steps inside the Anchorage Westward Hotel. Herb Shaindlin stands center in white jacket. Governor Hickel and wife Ermalee Hickel are behind him. Photographer's numbers: C-116,...
Title from sleeve. Also on sleeve: 'Pres[ident] of Assoc[iation]: Capt Hartnett. Wally Wellerstein, right.' Governor Keith Miller and wife Diana Miller in center. The couple stands with six other men in a banquet room. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Governor Walter Hickel stands with his wife Ermalee and two sons as they arrive at a dinner in honor of Hickel's inauguration at the Baranof Hotel's Latchstring restaurant in Juneau. Photographer's number: 5901. 2 1/4 B&W...
Title from sleeve. Governor Walter Hickel stands holding a trophy in front of a fireplace at the Governor's Mansion in Juneau. Fred Chiei had handed the trophy to the governor. The occasion was Hickel's inaugural party. Photographer's number: 5919....
Title taken from verso. Group of soldiers eating a meal while stationed on Attu Island, Alaska. From verso: "Attu mess area, Black troops in Aleutians." World War II. 1942-1945. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Title taken from front. Four group photos in one showing (clockwise from left) U.S. Army soldiers in Company B, 21st U.S. Infantry at Anchorage, Alaska, and the Seward, Matanuska, and Kings River Detachments. 1920? Photographer: Logemann Photo.
Title taken from verso. Portrait of Captain Charles W. Raymond, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in uniform. Also from verso: "Proved F[or]t Yukon [located] in A[las]k[a] Terr[itory]. Kicked out H[udson's] B[ay] Co." n.d.