Two women carrying paper grocery bags walk down a street in Seldovia, Alaska. St. Nicholas Orthodox Russian Church is visible at the top of the hill. There's a pile of lumber, possibly pallets, on the right.
Full note reads, "L to R: Kathy McGinty, Abigail Ambrose, Sharon Nicholas, Jeffrey Nickoli, Madeline Solomon, Kevin McGinty, Garrith Solomon, Adolf McGinty, Patrick McGinty. Kaltag 1980. Photo John Lyle."
Title from verso. "Maj. Gen Nicholas I. Petrev, of the Russian Army, bound from Moscow to Washington, steps from a C-47 Skytrain bearing the Red Star of Russia at Edmonton, Canada, base of the Alaskan Division, Air Transport Command. Photo by...
Title taken from caption. View of the top of the door of the church in Nikolski. English writing reads: Saint Nicholas the Thaumaturge. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title from sleeve. St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Chapel in Old Town Kenai (center) with three small wooden houses. An old automobile is parked at left. Photographer's number: 92078 49. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Chapel in Old Town Kenai. Wooden building in field, with small painted sign in front reading 'Russian Chapel.' Photographer's number: 14479. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Jean Vanophem (far left, with open coat); his sister, Julie Vanophem (left foreground); Mr. Van Dieviot (behind her in cloth coat); Simone Vanophem (center); (l to r at far right) Nicholas Van Muylder, Dr. Echor Huybrechts, Albert Nadeau
Gathering of men, women, and children from Juneau and Hoonah, outside the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Juneau; Reverend Andrew P. Kashevaroff stands at left center, in gown and wearing two crosses. The small child to the right of Rev....
Note: Artist’s caption, identifying the church as the Church of St. Nicholas, is incorrect; the church pictured was dedicated to St. Andrew the First Called, and it was destroyed by the fire that consumed the village of Killisnoo in 1928
Title taken from image. Description taken from verso. Verso: Front row, left to right: Nicholas E. Bolshanin, Maurice S. Whittier, Matthew Bridge, John F. Pugh, and Montgomery A. Snow.
Back row, Left to right: first officer Hart, Edwin R....