Raising the building up onto skids. Showing Eskimos at work; building materials; oil drums. Woman in doorway (Mrs. Spriggs?) and woman and child in right corner of building; man with pipe, left hand corner.
Flagpole is on left end of the building. Summer view. Butter came in barrels like that at corner of building. Locals used them for making misigaaq (seal oil) and mikigaq (fermented whale meat and blubber).
Mostly Asian men standing around machine. Peeled potatoes tumbling out. Plate on machine: The Economical Vegetable Peeler made by Belding & Franklin New York, N.Y. U.S.A. Patent Pending. Photographer's number 93.
The George King Collection describes in photographs and manuscript material early aviation in Alaska. There are two series in this collection. The first series consists of five photograph albums and two folders of loose photographs. The second...