Title taken from front. People at Lake Spenard, Anchorage, Alaska, enjoying themselves in and out of the water. Also from front: "A.E.C. H77." From verso: "Spenard Lake." An Alaska Engineering Commission photo. Photographer's number H77. n.d....
Title supplied by cataloger. Keith holds a rifle to the head of the dead sea lion while Tim sits in the stern. The sea lion is suspended from the tail on a pole beside the boat. Another boat is visible, and water and trees are in the background....
Title supplied by cataloger. Four boats along shore, with water and rolling hills in background. Joe Redington Sr. and Art Eckart built these boats in Unalakleet. One is called the Big Kyak; the other names are only partially visible.
Title supplied by cataloger. Older boy stands holding fish. His head is not in the photograph. The young boy holds a toy pistol and looks at the fish. Two boats can be seen in the water through the trees in the background.
Title supplied by cataloger. Location: Seal Slough. Meat hangs from a large drying rack set up beside the water. A clothesline extends from the rack to a nearby pole, and holds fishing nets. A yellow boat is tied up at the shore.
Title supplied by cataloger. Joe stands in the stern of the boat with about a dozen dogs. Buildings, utility poles, and railroad tracks visible on shore across water. Slide printed 6/1964. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Salmon set on plank table near a small tent. A scale is mounted inside the tent. Barrels and canisters are set on the ground nearby. Ice floats in the water behind. Slide printed 6/1964. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Joe stands in jeans and jean jacket on shore A small wooden boat is set on the shore behind him. Water and rolling hills in background. A loaded barge can also be seen on the far shore. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Group stands on decks of boat, with car chassis, snowmachines, and barrels. A derelict wooden pier stands in the water. Fireweed in the foreground. First snow machines from Bob Mathison. Original format: 35mm color slide