Title from caption and verso. Verso reads: "5-. #30. Galena, Alaska. 1955." Image shows two men kneeling beside another man lying down. All three are wearing army-issued clothing and helmets. Military dog tags are visible outside the...
Winter view of a man fishing in the Klondike River in Yukon Territory, with boats visible along shore in the background. From verso: "I wonder if he did catch a fish! Probably." ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: possibly George Gordon Cantwell.
Title taken from caption. Photographer's number: Johnson D9. This is a portrait of a Alaska Native man, with an eclectic manner of dress. He is wearing a bowler hat and stripped jacket, a shell and bead necklace, and a prominent cross.
St. Lawrence Island [n.d.] [112 p. est.]
1. A Race by a reindeer and a fish
2. A Blind orphan (told by Kaelak)
3. A Blind orphan or How the white whales were happened by Ozuk, but he died a couple of years ago
4. How the deer men...
[no list, pages not numbered: 40 p. est.]
01. Why the parents want their daughter to stop school
02. Story of Yaktak (Siberian)
03. Story (Siberian) [Ongazek successful hunter and wife whose boy kid cried]
04. Story (Siberian)...
[n.d.] The book of Iumek (Old Time) Oct. 15—1917 [30p. est.]
2. Human man changes into stone
3. Beliefs on the images
4. Our songs
5. The sorcerers of the stone age
6. Why the people would not use another’s...
01. A woman’s adventure’s
02. Moon worship of out tribe
03. Hunting of Iyomik
04. Story (Siberian) [first wife]
05. Story (Siberian) [girl and old woman]
06. Story (Siberian) [only beautiful daughter of chief and orphan...
[Approximately 1/5 of volume is full: 15 p. est.; also contains article by Dr. Neuman as noted below]
01. What the woman wear on their bodies
02. The eclipse of the moon and the sun
03. Belief on when some part of the body...
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
August 13, 1917 [hand-numbers: 111p.]
[list (in different handwriting) of stories-many of which are less than one page long-- found on p. 111 are not very descriptive, so following titles taken from text:]
01. Tattooing of a...
[hand-numbered: 111p.] [list in back pages is as follows:]
1. Bad man
2. Man and woman seperated
3. How a man can lend his wife
4. Songs of idol
5. One kind of woman worship
6. Trading with the Siberian...
Title taken from caption. View of a woman, three children, and a man near a rack of drying salmon at Naknek, Alaska. Pawik is a variant name for Naknek. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to Katmai area, 1919.
1-14 Accordion style color postcard images with hand-written notes, Voyage between Seattle and Seward.
1. Spencer Glacier Near Seward.
2. Anchorage 3. Curry Hotel. Hand-written note: “Gov’t owned & stop at Kite as trains have no...
"Your peach tree & Al piling your lumber," is written on the slide. A man in blue denim overalls and a lighter blue shirt is bent over holding some lumber. A tree with green leaves is in the center of this photo, and...