[signs include: “Vote Dry! We Natives can not vote but we realize what is beneficial.” “Vote Dry and bring more Happiness to your little Home” “Whiskey keeps its promises. It has done its work among the Natives of Alaska and will...
Square log building housing The Alaskan newspaper, also known as The Sitka Alaskan. A wooden ramp leads to the door; the building is standing on pilings.
Signs in image: The Alaskan. Visitors Special Edition of The Alaskan on sale at Kooshers...
Verso: Mr. Paul Shudura
Sept. 23, 1918
My dear friend Paul Shudura
I am writing you a few lines to
let you know I am well and
hope you are the same. I get registered
this town and Admiral...
Tlingit policeman Kah-Chuckte [Kah Kluck Tay], in uniform with badge and a cap that reads Killisnoo; standing in front of house with shield and signboard over door. Shield depicts a row of houses along a beach. c. 1900.Verso: A contemporary of...
Title taken from photographer's notes. Caption: You are grateful for the radio-phone, the airplane and the friendly, expert care of the hospital staff - to these things you owe your life. Photographer's number 37.
Signature across corner of image reads, Very truly your friend Henry Petersen; Nome, Alaska; May 23rd, 1906. Formal portrait of subject sitting in chair, wearing a tweed suit and holding a large-brimmed hat on his lap.