(L. to r.): Cora Ungarook (15 or 16 years old, Spriggs married Cora and Andy Ungarook in 1908), Mary Ahkivgak (Otis Ahkivgak's wife), Alice Ahmaogak (Roy Ahmaogak's first wife). The girls wear dresses and hair ribbons typical of this time. Dresses...
"At Cape Lisburne-Alaska August 16th, 1906-Enjoying trip immensely, Cordilie" Cordelia L. M. Noble on right, woman on left is unidentified. Both are standing in a creek, and trying to keep their clothes from getting wet.
A boy and a girl pose for a picture in their best clothes with a kitten in Seward, Alaska. Signs in the background read: "[Ci]gars & Tobacco" and "Bovera Cigars." 1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Army intelligence inspects interior of deeply reveted living quarters for men attached to A.A. [Anti-Aircraft] battery; view of jumbled interior with bunks, clothes, coffeepot, blankets,books, papers, and other items Photographer's number 5625
Caption reads: "Squaw wanted." Photographer's number: D3. Cataloger's note: An Alaska Native youth is seen here washing clothes on a wash board; drying clothes are hanging on the tent ropes behind him.