Title taken from information with photograph. View of man putting caribou parts on cache to dry at Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, with buildings in background. May 1970. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/4" x 2 1/4".
Verso: Taking the rank off the white man and putting it on the Eskimo. This was one of the best decisions I made. The white man in this picture turned out to be Bishop Gordon and the Eskimo's name David Frankson of Pt. Hope.
Title from caption. Photograph of two six-horse teams planting wheat. Narrative in photo album read: "Wheat is the only product. Six horse teams putting wheat in the ground in a hurry to take advantage of moisture conditions."
Title from caption in album: "July 31 - Camp in a bar -en route". Photograph shows two men standing with their horses. The horses are not wearing saddles, and the men appear to either be putting them on or removing them. They are standing...
Logging in the vicinity of Pigot Bay, Prince William Sound. Logger is using a Caterpillar bulldozer with an attached lifting arm to move logs into place to form a log raft. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Title taken from caption. Looking across the Liard River in Canada. View of a partially constructed bridge during the building of the Alaska Highway. Large beams and a staircase are visible to the right of the image.