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    • Bethel airport.

    • Bethel airport.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Bethel" was written on the slide. Three silver twin-engine propeller planes are parked on an airport apron, as well as two single-propeller planes farther down (one blue, one red). The closest plane has "Northern...

    • UAF-1997-108-406
    • Fox stands by women.

    • Fox stands by women.

    • Title from indexer.

      Writing on the slide reads, "Nicolai [Nikolai] fox." Two women stand on a trail in the snow, while a fox with reddish-brown fur stands right next to them off the trail. The fox has a white-tipped tail. The women are...

    • UAF-1997-108-521
    • Akulurak, boys' dorm.

    • Akulurak, boys' dorm.

    • Title from slide.

      The slide also reads, "Oct. 1949," and spells the village as "Akuluruk." There are several gray buildings, the closest of which has a bell tower. There are steps up to a porch, which has white and green railings. A group...

    • UAF-1997-108-547
    • Men fishing.

    • Men fishing.

    • Title from indexer.

      Three motor boats are on the water; the closest pair of men are fishing. Snow-capped mountains occupy the background. This photograph is of unknown location but was taken from a folder labeled "Juneau, Seward, and...

    • UAF-1997-108-11
    • Flying salesman.

    • Flying salesman.

    • Title supplied by indexer.

      Typed on verso, "James S. Rodebaugh Collection 1961," and written on verso, "1925." Sixteen men stand near a biplane. The two men standing closest to the propeller look like pilots, and are wearing aviator goggles...

    • UAF-1961-973-14
    • Cabin Swallow.

    • Cabin Swallow.

    • Title from verso: "#3542 Cabin Swallow."

      Two men stand next to a plane with skis. The man standing closest is holding onto the propeller with his right hand. Parked behind them, to the right, is a second plane with a man standing on top of...

    • UAF-1961-973-22
    • Two young pilots.

    • Two young pilots.

    • Title from verso.

      Written on verso: "Swallows #4, #5. [Illegible word] - 2 young pilots. McGrath, Apr. 13, 1928," and typed, "James S. Rodebaugh Collection 1961."

      Two men stand near a plane with skis; the man closest to the plane is...

    • UAF-1961-973-52
    • Sizeland's Roadhouse.

    • Sizeland's Roadhouse.

    • Title from caption: "Sizeland's Roadhouse, 6/20/'22."

      Bottom left corner of this photo is torn off along with some writing. This photo is a side view of Sizeland's property shown in UAF-1969-89-108 and UAF-1969-89-109. Cabin closest to the...

    • UAF-1969-89-110
    • Inspiration Point, Juneau.

    • Inspiration Point, Juneau.

    • Title taken from caption in album.
      Seascape, wooded islands, and cabins on land (possibly Tee Harbor) in closest view. Picture may include Favorite Channel, Shelter Island, Aaron Island, and Cohen Island.

      According to Daniel Malick of...

    • UAF-2003-63-3
    • Seward, AK.

    • Seward, AK.

    • Title taken from accompanying notes.
      "Seward Ak., following the Alaska Earthquake and Tidal Wave 3/29/64 (Aerial Photo)". At the waterfront, railroad cars lie overturned, many far off their tracks. The tracks closest to the shore have been...

    • UAF-1972-153-343
    • Main street, Valdez.

    • Main street, Valdez.

    • Title taken from caption. View of the Main street of Valdez. There is a sign reading "Gilson Mercantile Co." on, and an American flag flying over, the last building to the left. There are two people to the far left walking away from the camera and...

    • UAA-hmc-0396-14b-195
    • Old Savonoski.

    • Old Savonoski.

    • Title taken from caption. View of Savonoski, Alaska, which was abandoned after the Katmai area eruptions on June 2-6, 1912. The large humps of grass running in a row to the right are the main row of barabaras. The closest barabara in the main row...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume4-3678
    • Turnagain.

    • Turnagain.

    • Title taken from verso. View of destroyed Turnagain neighborhood in Anchorage, Alaska after March 27, 1964 earthquake, showing worst damage closest to waterfront. Ruins of log house with moose antlers still attached are in foreground, while...

    • UAA-hmc-0427-7

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