Title taken from image. Water view of cannery buildings. A sailing ship is in front of the cannery with a tug alongside it. Smoke pours from the stack of the tug. Canoes and other small boats float along the beach. Photographer's number 443.
Title taken from verso. Five men and a boy with a cedar canoe on the beach. The canoe is outfitted with oar locks and oars, as well as traditional paddles. One man is gutting fish on a rock; another is working with the seine net.
Canoes embarking or disembarking, filled with people and goods. Some of the people are dressed in potlatch regalia; others are bundled against the cold. Dance paddles and American flags are prominently displayed. Anchors are attached to two of the...
Native dwellings, including tents, plank buildings and log buildings. Canoes and people on beach. [Taku village, which was located just southeast of Juneau on the mainland. Information courtesy of Jim Geraghty of Juneau, AK.]
A large party of non-natives in formal dress, in painted Tlingit canoe on Sitka waterfront. Several hold traditional canoe paddles. A smaller boat is seen just behind canoe. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.
Canoe on beach, two people sitting by canoe, with coffee pot and eating utensils, perhaps taking their mid-day meal. One man standing inside canoe holding an adz. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.
Title taken from image. Postcard view of two canoes on beach; tall Tlingit man [Long Jim] and two other men attend a canoe in which are sitting five Tlingit women; Mayflower Island visible behind Verso: On Douglas Island. Juneau in background....