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    • Airplane crash on campus.

    • Airplane crash on campus.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      "Dr. Bunnell, John J. Kowalak photographer, c/o University of Alaska, College, Alaska 1944." According to Terrance Cole, who has describes this image in his 1994 book 'The Cornerstone of College Hill,' the crash had...

    • UAF-1958-1026-1992
    • Grizzly bear.

    • Grizzly bear.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      A large bear is seen while eating fish. The brown bear also known as the grizzly usually has dark brown hair, varying from light creamy to black. Their distinguishing feature is distinctive hump on the ir shoulders, a...

    • UAF-2003-194-5791
    • Studio portrait

    • Studio portrait

    • Title by cataloguer.
      "A shoulder length black and white photograph of an unidentified middle aged man, a slight smile can be detected across his face. He is wearing a distinct looking large framed reading glasses, a dark pin stripped suit and a...

    • UAF-1974-19-3
    • Students

    • Students

    • Title taken from back of photograph.
      "Some of the students and Joan - the girl at the top of course you can find John B." Bunnell Collection. Cataloguer's note: This is a group portrait of students, those in the front row are holding up a...

    • UAF-1958-1026-17
    • Muskoxen

    • Muskoxen

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this picture two musk oxen can be seen huddled together in the cold, their nose and mouths are frosted with snow. These stocky animals are found in Alaska and other northern regions. They have short legs and long shaggy,...

    • UAF-2003-194-61
    • Polar Bear

    • Polar Bear

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this picture a polar bear is sitting on the snow and gazing ahead.

      Cataloguer's nore: The Polar bears are the largest land carnivore in the world, they have elongated bodies and slender necks and their coats vary...

    • UAF-2003-194-159
    • Seals

    • Seals

    • Title by cataloguer.
      A group of seals are seen at the bottom of a cliff near the water. Cataloguer's note: There are 18 seal species in the world. The largest seal, the elephant seal can weigh as much as 5,000 pounds, and the smallest weighs as...

    • UAF-2003-194-3540
    • Dall sheep

    • Dall sheep

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this view a dall sheep is seen standing among long grass with fall colors.

      Cataloguer's note: The Dall sheep are an arctic and subarctic animals. Their distinguishing feature is their curling horns.The horns...

    • UAF-2003-194-414
    • Brown Bears

    • Brown Bears

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The brown bear also known as the grizzly usually has dark brown hair, varying from light creamy to black. Their distinguishing feature is the hump on their shoulders, a slight "dished" profile to the face and long claws on...

    • UAF-2003-194-5685
    • Dall Sheep (Rams)

    • Dall Sheep (Rams)

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this photograph a group of rams with long curling horns are in view.

      Cataloguer's note: The Dall sheep are an arctic and subarctic animals. Their distinguishing feature is their curling horns. The horns take...

    • UAF-2003-194-4192
    • Dawson Creek

    • Dawson Creek

    • Title taken from caption.
      "D.C. before fire." Cataloguer's note: In this view of Dawson Creek during a clear day, the 'Dawson Hotel' can be seen to the right and the 'Imperial' to the left. The church steeple stands further down the street.

    • UAF-1993-194-28
    • Bears along the Alcan.

    • Bears along the Alcan.

    • Title taken from caption.
      In this picture a man is holding a can as the bear leans forward to drink. Next to the man, another is kneeling in front of a bear cub and is gesturing playfully. The man in the background appears to be watching.

    • UAF-1993-194-69
    • Fur seals at the sea

    • Fur seals at the sea

    • Title by cataloguer.
      A view of fur seals at the sea. Male Fur Seal is approximately seven feet long and weights about six hundred pounds. The female on average is five feet and weighs about three hundred pounds. A pup weighs ten pounds at...

    • UAF-728-9

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