Title from finding aid. Photograph shows ice broken along the shore of Cook Inlet, Alaska. Caption from finding aid reads "Shoreline Cook Inlet winter ice cakes on beach". Location is in Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Title from caption. Photograph of the Canadian shoreline. Narrative in photo album reads: "Canadian shore line in the distance at the left. Greenest mountains in the world, never saw anything so brilliantly green. Foot of mountains bathed in...
31-second, color, silent film clip of Front street and the shoreline at Kotzebue, Alaska, 1958-1961. The tugboat, Helen Lee, is seen with a walrus carcass on its deck. People are walking on the sidewalk.
Taken from information with photograph. Aerial view of a shoreline. Three boats are in the water and people are standing onshore. Hoses and booms are in the water and along the shoreline. During the cleanup after the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Title supplied by cataloger. Marsh and grass along shoreline with mountains in the background. Shoreline is most likely on Turnagain Arm. Moon hangs low over mountains. Slide carousel labeled, 'Mushing.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Yellow tarp leaning against lumber, may be structure, away from shoreline. Probably Unalakleet, Alaska. Slide binder labeled, 'Unalakleet.' Original format: 35mm color slide