Title supplied by cataloger. Small building in Unalakleet with sign on the exterior that reads, 'Iditarod Joe's Camp.' Blue motorcycle in front of house. Slide printed 8/1976. Slide binder labeled, 'Unalakleet.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Fish plant office has sign on front that reads, 'The city of... Unalakleet Alaska Salutes the Iditarod Trail Race.' Slide printed 8/1977. Slide binder labeled, 'Unalakleet.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title from image caption Three men exchange money for groceries in the doorway of Tony Dortero's; one man holds a melon and the other a bunch of grapes; crates and barrels of fruit and nuts are on display in front of store
Sign: “CHICHAGOF HARBOR: Before the Nippon occupation, Chichagof Harbor was the home of the native Aleuts. During the occupation it served as location of Japanese Force Hdqrs. It was into this Valley the Japs withdrew when pressure was exerted by...
Sign: “ATTU VILLAGE: In this Village the Aleuts made their home. It consisted of about nine buildings to house the population, and a Greek Orthodox Church. The Village had a Priest and a School Teacher. The Teacher was also the Village Doctor.”
Title from image caption Four horses are harnessed to sled, "with [passengers] Judge Reid and party"; sign in background reads Ed. S. Orr &* Co. Valdez-Fairbanks Winter Stage Photographer's number G 2111
[signs include: “Vote Dry! We Natives can not vote but we realize what is beneficial.” “Vote Dry and bring more Happiness to your little Home” “Whiskey keeps its promises. It has done its work among the Natives of Alaska and will...