The history, beginning with primitive Alaska Eskimo life, includes some "book facts," personal anecdotes, and stories told by others. It describes life in the northern regions from early times until ca. 1937-1940 when the history was written. ...
Captain Lockert collected photographs and papers during the years he served the Alaska Marine Highway System, continuing his interest in Alaska maritime affairs until his death in 1990. The papers are mostly 12 scrapbooks from 1964-1978 and one box...
2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Between the village and the cannery – on top of sharp point – now tunneled[?] by trail. This is probably the second totem on this point – the first may be the one of the Eagle and showing the grave house back. This old pole and house decayed...
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
Title taken from image. Verso:First row (l. to r.): Henry Roden, John Devine, Jesta Timmerman, Randi Molver, Gladys Brewis, Marian Foster, Bess Millard, Unknown, and J.H. Patterson.
Second row (l. to r.): Victor Rivers, O.D. Cochran,...
Title taken from verso. Frank Frisch (second from left), "St. Louis" (center; possibly Danny Litwhiler), Stan Musial (fourth from left), and Dave Rothman (in Navy uniform, far right). Verso photo reads "Dec. 26, 1943;" negative sleeve reads...
Summary: Many of the photos were taken by Baldwin while he worked as a surveyor for the U.S. government on the Alaska-Canada boundary survey from Demarcation Bay on the Arctic Ocean to Mount St. Elias from 1907 to 1913. Also included are images of...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.