This color slide depicts unidentified men standing on a dock at King Salmon, Alaska in 1962, measuring and cleaning salmon. There are salmon in metal tubs on the dock, and two pairs of men hold salmon on white tables. A man in the top left of the...
This color slide depicts two unidentified men measuring a salmon at King Salmon, Alaska in 1962. The man on the left holds a measurer, and the man on the right holds the salmon in a white wooden trough. The photographer is unidentified.
Title taken from verso. View from above of men working on a salmon fishing boat in Valdez, Alaska. Photographer's number 316. Summer 1923. Photographers: C.J. Blanchard and Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 3 7/8" x 5".
This is an image of Ordinance No. 2 which stipulated that two U. S. Senators and a Representative should be elected to serve as a " shadow" delegation until statehood. This Ordinance passed 15,011-9,556.