Title taken from donor's caption. "1905, photo taken at Ponto's Road House 20 miles from Valdez. This malamute dog team held the speed record between Valdez and Fairbanks - over 400 miles in a little over 4 days."
Inset in the middle of the postcard with the greeting are two photos of dogs mushing. Left side of postcard is captioned, "looking down river." Top left photo shows downtown Ruby with two people standing outside the...
The George King Collection describes in photographs and manuscript material early aviation in Alaska. There are two series in this collection. The first series consists of five photograph albums and two folders of loose photographs. The second...
Title provided by cataloger. Street scene looking east down Fourth Avenue between E & F in downtown Anchorage, showing businesses, cars, and pedestrians. On the right, a display labeled "Roll of Honor" can be seen. 3x4 contact print, 3x4 neg
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows the storefront of a sewing machine store and gift shop. A decorative totem pole sits outside. Caption from finding aid reads "1948 Antoinette Daisy's shop". Location may be Juneau, Alaska.
Alex Olympic, Nick Newyaka, Luke Zackar, Gabby Gregory, Mary Wassillie, Dallia Gregory, Alice Zackar, and the younger girls are Marsha Nowatak and Evelyn Rickteroff. They were the first students of Kokhanok School.
Title supplied by cataloger. Two women sit next to Mackey at a table and a woman stands in front of the table. Slide printed 12/1983. Slide box labeled 'Machatanz Print Signing.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Two unidentified women sit next to him at a table. Slide printed 12/1983. Slide box labeled 'Machatanz Print Signing & Iditarod Winners. Sheraton Hotel.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from verso. Group photo of thirty-nine senior band members of West Anchorage High School Band in Anchorage, Alaska. March 1963. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 5" x 7 1/8".
Title taken from caption: "4th & A St, Monty's on right." Also captioned: "W on 4th fr Monty's." Servicemen stand guard to control traffic to the damaged areas along Fourth Avenue after the 1964 earthquake. Monty's is the long low building partway...