The world's first single-leg drilling platform, called a monopod, was designed for Marathon Oil company and its partner to be used in developing the Trading Bay Field in Alaska. Seven foot model shows portions of the com=lately equipped platform...
Title from image caption Governor Brady totem pole, with house pillars, a gift of Son-i-yat, Haida chief of Kasaan; exhibited at St. Louis World's Fair and then placed in Sitka park Photographer's number 163
Color photograph, taken along with series of black and whites Notes on versos include: "World's first turbine prop-jet-converted Grumman Goose N-95431"; "After also receiving McKinnon retractable wing front mod"
Title taken from verso. View of floatplanes on bay, Seward, Alaska. Also from verso: "... at Seward? World's Flight?" Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. 1920's. Original photograph size: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2".