The pipeline project received added recognition during February, when the Senior Project Manager of the Pipeline portion of the project, Frank P. Moolin, Jr., was named "Construction's Man of the Year" by Engineering News-Record magazine.
Several houses, Presbyterian Church or school; totem poles, canoe and stone grave marker along beach reflection in water, c. 1895. A man in a hat sits in front of one of the buildings with a small white dog.
Title taken from image. Twelve men and youths wearing spruce root hats, carved helmets, masks, one man in Chilkat blanket shirt, and another in fur trim shirt with beaver design; wood carving of man's head in foreground by Chief Klart-Reech's...
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.