Title from verso. Two men stand with tents along a ridge on Amchitka Island. Verso reads: "Silhouetted against leaden sea and sky, two American servicemen stand on the snow-covered ground of Amchitka Island occupied jointly by Army and...
Title taken from caption. Caption continues: "Photos by Woodbridge." Portrait of Ales Hrdlicka taken by a resident of Unalaska. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Japanese soldiers, Attu Island, Alaska, during World War II. Photo among those later found on Attu after its capture by the United States. From front: "Attu, 1943." 1943. Original photograph size: 7" x 5".
Title from accompanying material. This young Native child, also pictured in UAF-2003-174-224, is standing in front of the fish-drying racks with an Alaskan Native woman and two men in suits and hats. The man on the right has a pipe in his...
This color slide depicts two unidentified men measuring a salmon at King Salmon, Alaska in 1962. The man on the left holds a measurer, and the man on the right holds the salmon in a white wooden trough. The photographer is unidentified.
Title taken from caption. Two men standing next to barrels on boat at Chignik Lagoon, Alaska, with buildings in left background. Also from caption: "Chignik Lagoon, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Two servicemen pose for a photograph on a vehicle used for towing aircraft. Verso: "Left to right: Charles Nicholls and Weldon Preddy." Marsden matting (interlocked steel plates) covers the ground. Original photograph size: 4 x 5 3/4 inch.
Title supplied by cataloger. There is a red tank on the stern of the barge and a wooden structure on the bow. The men are next to a yellow crane that is hauling blue crates. Slide printed 7/1981. Slide box labeled, Original format: 35mm color slide