70 second, black & white/silent film clip of the 1935-1936 Fairbanks Ice Carnival parade. Floats and their sponsors include: a basketball team in their bus, Waechter Brothers Meat Co., Creamers Dairy, what looks like a horse drawn coach, a dog...
Annette Wilson is sitting in the dog sled, and behind her is Martha Olympic; while Helen Nelson is looking on. This was their transportation from the airport in New Stuyahok. They went to New Stuyahok for a basketball game.
Girls basketball team posing for a team photo, Eklutna Vocational School, Eklutna, Alaska. Third girl from left in front row is Vera M. Joule from Point Hope, Alaska. 1942-1943. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Left to right: Larry Alexander, Howard Nelson, Raymond Apokedak, Smiley Andrew, Trefim Andrew and Lydia Olympic. This was their first year with a co-ed basketball team and first year of having a yearbook.
Men and woman standing outside headquarters for Wien Alaska Airways in Fairbanks, Alaska. Sign on pole reads: "Basketball championship. Petersburg. Fairbanks." 1929-1936? Photographer: Noel Wien. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title by cataloguer. According to Terrance Cole, the men's basketball team of 1933 -1934 under coach James Ryan, traveled thousands of miles across the territory of Alaska competing with and mostly beating other high school teams in Seward,...
Title by cataloguer. In this picture a group of the girls' basketball team is assembled outside and surrounded by a few feet of show. The girls are dressed in armless shirts and shorts they don't seem to mind the cold.