Description: wood; carved; glass; hinged
Old Num: LC.344-1.13
Descriptive Narrative: Wooden relief carving--hinged 3-piece icon triptych with glass covering one of the three panels. A small wooden icon of the type...
View of Kodiak, Alaska, with churches and other buildings. From verso: "The town of Kodiak, South Alaska. Kodachrome by Don Horter. Copyright 1948 by Louise and George T. Armitage, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. Lithogravure by Crocker-Union, San...
From transparency envelope: "Color transparency of historical city of Kodiak including the Russian Church. Original transparency believe made in 1942. By Steve McCutcheon. Repaired and accepted 3 Dec 1986." 1942? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon....
Title taken from photo album. View of tree growing out of rock at town hall at Sitka, Alaska, with woman standing at left. St. Michael Cathedral (Russian Orthodox church) is visible in background, with cross at top of tower visible above tree. 1891.
Title taken from border of photo. View of town on Saint Paul Island, Alaska, with Russian Orthodox Church visible left of center. From information with photo: "Taber Photographic Parlors. View Department. (San Francisco)." Photographer's number 17....
View of village of Ouzinkie, Spruce Island, Alaska, along coast, with Russian Orthodox Church at right. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to what was later designated as Katmai National Park and Preserve. 1913.
Object Name: book
Subject: Russian Orthodox Church
Accession Number: 73-27
Description: paper; ink; printed; bound
Descriptive Narrative: TLINGIT OLD & NEW TESTAMENT READER from St. Nicholas Church,...
Title taken from caption. View of Russian Orthodox Church, Kodiak, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to Katmai area. 1917. Photographer: J.W. Shipley.
Title taken from caption. Caption continues: "officiating at Unalaska in the absence of Father Theodosia." Photograph taken during the 1937 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title taken from caption. Father Kochergin, a Russian Orthodox priest, posing in the Nikolski Church. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
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.