Title taken from image. A workman walks on the slain whale, as others look on. A chain is attached to the whale's tail. In the background are the buildings, cables, and equipment of the whaling station.
Tlingit women display baskets and moccasins for sale. A group of steam ship passengers examine the goods. A passenger vessel in background. Verso: Buying Moccasins from the Squaws. Photographer's number 60.
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.
Title taken from image. Water view of cannery buildings. A sailing ship is in front of the cannery with a tug alongside it. Smoke pours from the stack of the tug. Canoes and other small boats float along the beach. Photographer's number 443.
Title taken from image. Water view of cannery buildings. A sailing ship is in front of the cannery with a tug alongside it. Another view of this scene is recorded in ASL-Sitkoh Bay-1. Photographer's number 532.