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    • Man and child.

    • Man and child.

    • Title supplied by indexer.

      Man holds a boy in in his right arm. The boy, wearing a striped shirt and shorts is looking over his right shoulder. The man is wearing a sun visor, and a long-sleeved shirt that's tucked into his belted pants. ...

    • UAF-1985-122-1097
    • Smiling boy.

    • Smiling boy.

    • Title supplied by indexer.

      A smiling, young boy sits in a chair by a radiator near a window draped in sheer curtains. His legs are outstretched from the seat, as they are too short to hang down, and his hands are placed in his lap.

    • UAF-1985-122-1099
    • Young Santa Claus.

    • Young Santa Claus.

    • Title provided by indexer.

      Note on slide reads "Mathew Riline (?); Kasegluk [Kasigluk]." In a classroom children seated on the floor look at a boy dressed in a Santa Claus suit. A girl sits on a chair near the chalkboard.

    • UAF-1997-108-255
    • Igloo entrance, Hooper Bay.

    • Igloo entrance, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      A Native Alaskan boy crouches in the doorway of an igloo, wearing a green plaid shirt layered over another shirt, pants, mukluks, and gloves. The doorway is framed with wood, and a snow shovel rests to the side of the...

    • UAF-1997-108-424
    • Igloo, Hooper Bay.

    • Igloo, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      A Native Alaskan boy stands in front of a home at the doorway. He is wearing a dark green kuspuk with a white hood that has a pattern on it, and a hat. The dwelling is made of wood with a curved roof, and is surrounded...

    • UAF-1997-108-427
    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide reads, "Hooper Bay." Two Native Alaskan children hold pink strips of what may be whale meat. The girl is wearing a striped kuspuk that has a hood trimmed with fur, and boots. The boy is wearing a brown and gray...

    • UAF-1997-108-432
    • Nurse Schaubel, Hooper Bay.

    • Nurse Schaubel, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      Esther Schaubel stands behind a group of Native Alaskan children in front of a log building with a metal roof. There are eight children, mostly boys wearing jackets and jeans, though one boy is wearing a soiled kuspuk...

    • UAF-1997-108-438
    • Dividing first seal.

    • Dividing first seal.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also says, "Hooper Bay." A group of Native Alaskans gather around to divide the edible parts of the first seal that was brought in that season. There are two women, four to five children, and two men in the group,...

    • UAF-1997-108-440
    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Title from indexer.

      A Native Alaskan woman holds a strip of seal meat, and a nearby child is picking up a strip of meat from a basin on the wood chip covered ground. A young girl and another woman are also there, in front of a...

    • UAF-1997-108-443
    • Eskimo bread.

    • Eskimo bread.

    • Title from slide.

      Two smiling Native Alaskan girls and a toddler boy sit near an open cooking fire, with a fry pan cooking Eskimo bread on it. A metal bucket is near the fire, and dead grass is all around the area. A log post is nearby...

    • UAF-1997-108-450
    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Hooper Bay" is written on the slide. About a dozen Native Alaskan children are sledding down a snowy hill on cardboard squares. They are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks, pants, and mukluks. Some have mittens, but one boy...

    • UAF-1997-108-462
    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Title from slide.

      The finding aid also says, "Native church." Seven Native Alaskan men and four children stand in front of a white building with dark green trim around the windows and corners. Three of the men are wearing red and black ...

    • UAF-1997-108-476
    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Title from slide.

      The finding aid says, "Part of village." Two Native Alaskan boys wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks stand in front of a few black and gray buildings which look to be homes. One is built from logs, the other looks like it is...

    • UAF-1997-108-480
    • Fishing through ice.

    • Fishing through ice.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Kotzebue" was crossed out on the slide, and another "K" word is written, but is illegible. A Native Alaskan man wearing a white fur-trimmed kuspuk is ice fishing. He holds a white spear, and another tool. A Native...

    • UAF-1997-108-491
    • Shungnak on the Kobuk.

    • Shungnak on the Kobuk.

    • Title from slide.

      A Native Alaskan boy stands outside a canvas and wood structure on the shores of the frozen Kobuk River in Shungnak, Alaska. He's wearing a light colored fur-trimmed kuspuk, brown pants, and work gloves. A snowshoe leans...

    • UAF-1997-108-497

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