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    • Skagway news boys 1898.

    • Skagway news boys 1898.

    • Title taken from verso. Group of newsboys gathered on porch of building, Skagway, Alaska, with man with black bear at far right. From verso: "L to R. 1- ; 2. Abe Stein; 3. Brick Top?; 4. Orthmez; 5. Cotton Top Jenson; 6. Hawksworth or Al Hofhurst;...

    • AMRC-b64-1-30
    • Kotzebue dancers

    • Kotzebue dancers

    • Title from donor notes. Postcard of Kotzebue dancers.

      Further information was supplied by George Taylor at the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) Convention held at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, October 2005. He knows the dancers and...

    • UAF-2001-129-181
    • Jumping For Joy

    • Jumping For Joy

    • Title from verso.
      Verso: Jumping For Joy-When the news of statehood reached the arctic village of Kotzebue, the town started jumping. Here pretty Laura Mae Beltz goes aloft, via walrus hide blanket toss, carrying a flag that will soon have a...

    • UAF-1976-21-55334
    • Woman playing violin

    • Woman playing violin

    • Title taken from caption.
      > "[Woman playing violin and another playing piano for audience of military men]."

      Over 150,000 American women served in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) during World War II. The first WAAC training center was...

    • UAF-2003-175-2
    • WAC postal clerk

    • WAC postal clerk

    • Title taken from caption.
      "28 Apr 45. WAC postal clerk."

      Congress opened hearings in March 1943 on the conversion of the WAAC (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) into the Regular Army. The WAC bill was signed into law some four months...

    • UAF-2003-175-15
    • Printing

    • Printing

    • Title taken from caption.
      "13 Apr 45. [WACs setting type for printing]."

      World War II changed the lives of women in significant ways. The war not only drew American women to the labor force, but it also brought them into the organized...

    • UAF-2003-175-16
    • Postal Clerks

    • Postal Clerks

    • Title taken from caption.
      "28 Apr 45. WAC (Women's Army Corps) postal clerks." The war time Army had been scattered around the world, and as a result Women's Army Corps did perform a myraid of services, such as forwarding and censoring mail and...

    • UAF-2003-175-22

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