(4:36 min.) (19 of 20) G. W. Skinner/ tourism--Oregon (ship)--Alaska Consolidated Canneries--Cannery ship--Yes Bay--Bob Rose--Paid commissions to railroad companies as well as travel agents--Kenny Cross--H. N. Peterson
(6:42 min) (11 of 19) First jobs in Fairbanks W. F. Thompson, editor of the News Miner, interviewed them about the trip Sept 1, 1923. Rented cabin from Pete Steele. Went to church and got a job the next day. Got a job with the N. C. Co. ...
1st row - left to right:
McIntyre, W. W., Pendleton, Ore
Jones, C. L., Elloree, S. C.
Rank, C. B., Hutchinson, Kan.
White, J. E., Sedalia, Mo.
Wallace, M. L., Albany, Texas
Brevet, E. F., Spokane, Wash.
Lt. (jg) R. C....
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Naticcha. S. J., Cleveland, Ohio
Janousek, R. C., Omaha, Neb.
Madsen, C. E., Karstad, Minn.
Chavez, L. R., Lompac, Calif.
Karselsky, A., Dothan, Ala.
Lt (jg) R. C. Viets, Vincennes, Ind.
2 maps on one sheet. Shows sailing routes and distances. Relief shown by hachures. From The volume library /Henry W. Ruoff. Components: Map of Alaska -- Map of Hawaii. Page 47. Map of Philippine Islands on verso.
43 X 31 cm. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depths shown by soundings. Inset: Continuation [of Port Levasheff]. Includes notes on navigation, soundings, and tides. "Topography, shorelines, magnetics and most of the soundings, from...
76 second, black & white/silent film clip. Clip shows two sternwheelers, the Alice and the General J. W. Jacobs, traveling on the Yukon River. A short segment near the end shows dogs tied up on a barge.
Ransom Tony Schultz (Tony) came to Alaska in 1938. That same year he bought his first plane and obtained his pilot's license. He began flying for Star Airlines (later Alaska Airlines) in 1940, and in 1950, was chosen as their first chief bush...
A dozen wagons and horse teams, loaded, hitched up, and ready to pull out. Corrals and wooden buildings in background. Sign in image: Transfer Co., A.H. Moore. Lettering on wagons: W.J. Rowe Transfer. Photographer's number 5885.
A large party of non-natives in formal dress, in painted Tlingit canoe on Sitka waterfront. Several hold traditional canoe paddles. A smaller boat is seen just behind canoe. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.
A print from the painting by Emanuel Leutze showing the Alaska Purchase. Shown left to right; Robert S. Chew; William. H. Seward (Secretary of State), William Hunter; Mr. Bodisco; Baron de (Eduard) Stoeckl (Russian Diplomat); Charles Sumner and...