Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a moose and it's calf swimming in a lake. Caption from finding aid reads "Moose in Kenai with calf". See also: UAF-2010-25-176. Location is the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.
Title from caption. Photograph of boys swimming and bathing. Narrative in photo album reads: "At right boys (Indians) in bathing. Not much of this is done, no one can swim & water is quite cold even in summer."
Title taken from creator's notes. Photograph of the 1947 Fairbanks Winter Carnival with the following caption: The 1947 Winter Carnival with the Fairview Hotel in the background and the Riverside Bar and the Shoe Repair shop on the right and the...
Title taken from verso. A view of the swimming area at Circle Hot Springs, Alaska, with three adirondack-style chairs to the right of the swimming area and a diving deck on the far side. 1947. Original photograph size: 2 3/4" x 4 1/2".
Title taken from front. View of horses swimming across Tazlina River, Southcentral Alaska. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." Photographer's number E108. n.d. Photographer: P.S. Hunt. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Title supplied by cataloger. Rectangular hole has been cut in the ice and Butcher is fully submerged in water. Slide labeled, 'Susan Butcher Training.' Slide carousel labeled, 'Old Pictures Misc.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Two girls in swimsuits, standing in a fanciful gazebo created on the stump of a fallen tree. Clothes are draped over tree trunk at left. Water, swimming platform and diving board, cabins on far shore. Phptographer's number 31-6.