View of sea lion killed by men from Seward, Alaska on the beach near the dock. A small boy stands on the dead animal, while another boy looks on. 1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Map of northwestern North American and the Russian Far East, including Bering Strait. Shows tracks of various voyages. Relief shown pictorially. Attributed to Jakob von Storcksburg Stahlin. References: Wagner, 633; Falk 1773-1.
Caption reads: "May Day on Bring [Bering] Sea 1910." A group of people stand on a mound of snow, while two women sit on a dogsled below. There are many dogs near the sled, possibly a dogsled team and multiple pairs of...
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depths shown by soundings. "Compiled from United States and Russian authorities." "Sailing chart T." Annotated with south coast of Alaska and some Alaskan rivers in blue.
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depths shown by soundings. Includes two insets, one showing anchorage at Chamissi Island in Kotzebue Sound and another showing Port Clarence and Grantley Harbor.
Shows coastal landmarks and routes of exploration. Relief shown by hachures; depths shown by soundings. "Neele, sculp. …" "Drawn & engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas." Annotated: 74. Hand colored. 48 X 57 cm.
(7:00 min.) (04 of 12) Weather at Amchitka and railroad to bering sea Apr '42 Engineers got word from Service and Supply (Roosevelt) find Railroad route from Fairbanks to sea.--Town meeting of the 3000 population of Fairbanks--Lots of...
Title taken from caption. "Ice Hummocks in Bering Sea." Photographers number: D3 Cataloguer's note: This is a spectacular view with massive ice formations. The dog sled team and the two men appear to be taking a rest.