Title from sleeve. Unidentified woman (probably Phyllis McCutcheon) stands on wooden staircase extending down a hillside in Ketchikan. Buildings line the stairs and the paved street below. Tongass Narrows in the distance. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. A large crane with the logo of the Ketchikan Spruce Mills loads lumber for shipment. Two workmen stand on the dock. Logs are piled on the dock and float in a boom on the water. Tongass Narrows in background. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title taken from accompanying materials Three U.S. Loening OL-8 amphibians in flight; mountains in background Note: the aircraft carried cameras for photo-mapping the Tongass National Forest for the Department of the Interior
Totem pole with winged raven, two grave monuments, covered grave; One monument states "At rest, Chief's Son, David Andrew - born December? 1871? - Drowned in Tongass Narrows, March 15, 1903?" Grave probably at Ketchikan or Saxman.