A leaf shaped, wooden mask (28 x 17 x 6.5 cm), with distinctive horizontal ridges as forehead/top of head and chin, and three concentric circular ridges ringing central facial features. Eyes are leaf-shaped slits below one of the ridges, slightly...
Male mask; carved wooden face. Snow goggles of wood with faint pink wash are attached; fur mustache and beard; wolf fur ruff; furs are nailed to wood; sinew cord on back for hanging; 16" long. Created in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska.
Wood, male; trimmed with wolf ruff; dark fur eyebrows; mustache and beard of brown and white fur; mouth, eyes, nostrils open, Unpainted, 9" long, "Kakeina" written in pencil on back; string lopped through nostrils for hanging. Mask was created in...
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, alaska is stamped on back of photograph. The wreck of the S.S. Yukon near Seward, Alaska, with half submerged lifeboats as veiwed by inspection party. Original size of photograph: 8" x 10".
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Wreck of the Yukon near Seward, Alaska with rescue and survey ships in the background. Original size of photograph: 8" x 10".
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Photo of the wrecked S.S. Yukon with people on deck waiting to be rescued near Seward, Alaska. Original size of photograph: 4" x 5".
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Aerial view of the wreck of the S. S. Yukon (center) and the rescue and salvage fleet near Seward, Alaska. Original size of photograph: 4" x 5".
Title taken from verso. Stamped on the back of the 5" x 7" photograph is Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska. Written on the back of the 8" x10" photograph is: Crew members and passengers work in unison to remove victims from the wreck of the...
Title taken from the back of photograph. "Roy Iworrigan, Isaac Alowa, Jacob Sippula far end". [Name also written "Sippella" in notes.] Property of Dorothea Leighton, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore MD.
Left to right: Floyd Wilson, Annette Wilson, Sonny Wilson and Jolin Apokedak on a beluga that Georgie Wilson caught. In the back ground there is a smoke house, as of this year 2012, it no longer exists because of the erosion.