41 second, color/silent film clip. From title frame: "Dickson Collection". Film shows men working with various airplanes, including a Mirow Air Service Gullwing Stinson at Nome. All aircraft N-Numbers are too faint to read.
55 second, color/silent film clip of an ivory carver cutting, shaping, carving and polishing a piece of walrus ivory. Among the tools used are: saws, chisels, files, and a bow drill that he supports against his chin. The result is two small ivory...
62 second, black & white/silent, film clip of passengers lifted onto a barge by a crane and then barged to a passenger ship off Nome, Alaska. A small boat can be seen tied to a pier and the steamship in the distance.
A dozen wagons and horse teams, loaded, hitched up, and ready to pull out. Corrals and wooden buildings in background. Sign in image: Transfer Co., A.H. Moore. Lettering on wagons: W.J. Rowe Transfer. Photographer's number 5885.
A view of people, mostly women and children, gathered around a biplane in Nome, Alaska. Caption: "'The winged invasion of the Northland.' The arrival of the four New-York - Nome planes at Nome, August 23, 1920, flying time 57 hours." Aug. 23, 1920.
A.A. Anderson and a Mr. Irving in an automobile at Pay Streak Roadhouse, near Nome, Alaska. From information with photo: "Anderson [and] Irving, Nome, 1909." Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. 1909.