Title taken from verso. Photograph of a Native Alaskan cemetery with Russian Orthodox Crosses. Some of the graves are enclosed in their own fence and others, like the one in the distance, have several graves within one fence.
Title taken from verso. Photograph of Henton Avenue showing a man leaning out of the door of a business titled Island Transfer: Sand, Gravel, Fuel, Storage. At the end of the street is the Montgomery Ward Office.
Title taken from verso. Photograph of the Village of Kodiak with several boats visible on the beach and in the water. A Russian Orthodox Church is visible near the center of the village on the horizon.
Title taken from verso. Photograph of two men on the "front stairs" of a home built like a boat. Back of the photograph remarks that the structure is property of Hermann Gersch, Unalaska, August 9, 1897.
Title taken from verso. Photograph with the following description: "Mrs. Andree Brems, Mr. Herman Sanvick, Mrs. Irene Savage (chief nurse) Capt. Whitlam of the Bureau of Education ship Boxer and Miss Flora Marshal (in charge of the hospital...
Title taken from verso: Verso: Lieutenant General Simon B. Buckner looking at the American flag hoisted above the captured Japanese hqs. In Chichagof Bay after the Japanese had been routed and the island again in the hands of the...
Title taken from writing on boxes. View of cases of canned salmon in Columbia River Packers' Association salmon cannery in Naknek, Alaska. From verso: "Red salmon cannery, 1954." 1954. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".