Photograph of the Alaska Development Corp in Dec. 1963 identified as: top row; J. T. Kelsey, L. W. Meath, S. J. Harhut, M. E. Monagle, bottom row; W. G. Moran, A. H. Romick, R. A. Baker, D. C. Davenport.
1st row - left to right:
Naticcha. S. J., Cleveland, Ohio
Janousek, R. C., Omaha, Neb.
Madsen, C. E., Karstad, Minn.
Chavez, L. R., Lompac, Calif.
Karselsky, A., Dothan, Ala.
Lt (jg) R. C. Viets, Vincennes, Ind.
Shows Greenland connected to North America across a coastline at the north end of Baffin Bay with much of the Arctic coast of North America blank. "S.J. Neele, sculpt." Conic projection. Removed from unknown publication.
32 second, color/silent, film clip of the statehood parade in Nome, Alaska. The parade includes marching soldiers, children on bicycles, and cub scouts. One of the floats depicts Hawaii, with hula dancers and a ukulele.
Father Hubbard, "Just back from Attu Island; [presents] The Aleutian Battleground, The Story of Americans in Action on the American Front; and Other Adventures of the Glacier Priest; Color Motion Pictures"
Title taken from verso.
Verso: Pioneer Home(?). [Men identified:] Silas Gibson, Jack Timmins (standing), Slim Jim Winn [or Charles Goldstein?; seated, center], Big Hart, Frank Berry, C.W. Young [seated, right], Frank Young [behind C.W.]....