Title taken from front. Photographer W. A. Hesse filming Katmai volcano, Alaska. Also from front: ""copr. 1913" by M. Hohner." 1913. Photographer: M. Hohner. Postcard. Original photograph size: 5 3/8" x 3 3/8".
Cover: Passenger List Alaska Excursions, Season 1903. Steamship Spokane, Commander Norman Nicolson. Purser, Richard E. Jones. Steward, William E. Curtis. Stewardess, Mrs. Celia M. Ravens. July 7, 1903.
Front Row - sitting - left to right
1. J. Paul Huff, CSK, Chicago, Illinois
2. Abraham Angel, CSK--Huntington, W Va.
3; John Thomas Scott, CSK, Sitka, Alaska
4. E. E. Tucker, Lt.(jg) SC, San Diego, Calif.
5. R. G. Culbertson,...
Title from photograph.
Photograph of Governor Gruening drawing for elk and bison hunting permits. Identified in this photo are: (left to right) Governor Gruening; Miss June Eliason, FWS statistical clerk; B. Frank Heintzleman, regional...
Title from notes with original negative Military men are identified as Lt. Tom G. Sinner & Capt Geo. W. A. Beyer Twelve USAAC Douglas B-18A Bolo light-medium bombers were sent to Elmendorf Field in 1940. Six were given to the 73rd Medium...
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....
Title from indexer. Photograph shows a man walking in front of a post office and another building with a sign reading "Coghill" and "Trade with Coggie". The store appears to have been owned by William A. Coghill. Another building sits behind...
Title taken from verso. The photograph is labeled as being in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, however it actually appears to be from Nenana, Alaska. Signs on the buildings read: "N.C.CO. Liquor Store," N.C.CO. of Alaska," "Post Office," "Coghill,''...