Title taken from front. A car stopped at mile 33 on the Moose Pass Highway which is now the Seward Highway on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. 1940? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title from verso. Dirt road (which is now part of the Seward Highway) leads to Moose Pass, 30 miles north of Seward, Alaska. 1940-1948. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 4" x 6".
Wild Bill DeWitt (center) and two other hunters pose with moose antlers from a recent hunting trip near Seward, Alaska. A tent stands in the background. 1910? Photographer: Elsie Blue. Original size of photograph: 6 1/4/" x 4".
"My cold weather outfit. Beaver cap, Caribou coat, moose hide fur trimmed mittens, woolen pants, moosehide moccasins and on the snowshoes made for me by Sarah Bob one of the Ketchumstuk tribe squaws of the Forty Mile Indians. These snow shoes are...