Title taken from front. Young boy holds bridles of horses hitched to a wagon carrying Matanuska Valley colonists' belongings, Matanuska Valley, Alaska. Wagon stands in front of tent and items in wagon include a stove, benches, mattresses, and bed...
Title supplied by cataloger. Unidentified man carrying backpack with items attached to outside of pack, walking outside in snow. Iditaski competition? Slide printed 3/1983. Original format: 35mm color slide
Army intelligence inspects interior of deeply reveted living quarters for men attached to A.A. [Anti-Aircraft] battery; view of jumbled interior with bunks, clothes, coffeepot, blankets,books, papers, and other items Photographer's number 5625
Studio portrait of woman, standing, and young girl, seated; both wear items of traditional dress; the little girl wears beaded moccasins with leather fringe; the woman wears an ornamented belt, beads, and full-length ribbon skirt
Title from image caption Interior view of long, narrow, cold storage room with wooden floors ; various items are stored along both sides, including animal skins, snowshoes, mukluks, harnesses, and containers Photographer's number 128
The Kashevaroff papers contain a diary kept for 3 months in 1923 during a lecture tour in Alaska, correspondence with Professor E.O. Essig (Berkeley), Peter Kostrometinoff, and Archie Shiels. His writings include various Alaska subjects, e.g.,...
1. [8 sheets double-sided, handwritten:
1. Eskimo Story: The orphan boy
2. The crow and the daylight
3. Some eskimo customs now disappearing
4. The rat
5. The two brothers
2. The Eskimo, v. 2, no. 5...
1. [6 double-sided, handwritten sheets with two stories; one sheet of typescript with name “Chas menadelook” at end]
a. Story of the Crow and the mink [tul-uak tayapakak
b. The boy and his grandmother
c. The way of...