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    • Native homes, Bethel.

    • Native homes, Bethel.

    • Title from slide.

      Four children are running down the road, while three taller people and another child remain behind. A dog sled is seen to the left of the group in the background. A gray wooden building is on the left, three or four dark...

    • UAF-1997-108-414
    • Salmon drying in Hooper Bay.

    • Salmon drying in Hooper Bay.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide says, "Hooper Bay 1949." A man wearing a light-colored shirt, dark pants, and a baseball cap is next to several fish drying racks that are packed tightly with salmon. Two flat-bottomed boats are leaning on the...

    • UAF-1997-108-435
    • Hooper Bay, 1950.

    • Hooper Bay, 1950.

    • Title from slide.

      Six Native Alaskans, four of them women and two children, are in front of a log cabin. The two women standing are wearing coats and mukluks, while the four others are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks and mukluks. A wind...

    • UAF-1997-108-465
    • Mission belltower.

    • Mission belltower.

    • Title from finding aid.

      "Hooper Bay, 1950," is written on the slide. Hanging on the tower to dry are what look to be black strips of meat. Two carcasses (possibly seal) are propped on the lower level, with tan colored leggings hanging...

    • UAF-1997-108-466
    • S. W. Smith.

    • S. W. Smith.

    • Title from slide.

      "Ft. Yukon, 1950," was also written on this slide. A man wearing a black and white buffalo plaid shirt, black pants, and brown shoes sits on a log outside of the Fort Yukon post office. The sign on the log building...

    • UAF-1997-108-544
    • Kalskag village.

    • Kalskag village.

    • Title from finding aid.

      At least six log and wooden homes are in this photo taken in Kalskag, Alaska. There is a cache on stilts to the right in the photo, as well as a clothesline behind. Another clothesline is above the home on the...

    • UAF-1997-108-558
    • Egegik.

    • Egegik.

    • Title from slide.

      The village of Egegik during breakup. More than 15 gray and red buildings are seen across the horizon. A wind tower is in the forefront, with a clothesline strung from it. The date is assumed to be 1949, since "ca. 1949" is...

    • UAF-1997-108-757
    • Indistinct photo.

    • Indistinct photo.

    • Title from indexer.

      Photo is difficult to see, but it appears to be of some boats and a large building near a shoreline. A clothesline with clothespins is in the forefront, and a groundhog is sitting on a piece of pipe. Photo was taken...

    • UAF-1997-108-97
    • Buildings.

    • Buildings.

    • Title from indexer.

      A two-story dark-colored building with two rows of windows is next to a white two-story building with a couple of outbulidings nearby. The building on the left has a ladder on the roof leading to the chimney. A dirt...

    • UAF-1997-108-147
    • Sled dogs.

    • Sled dogs.

    • Title from caption: "Sled dogs K. [Kotzebue]"

      Imprint on slide: "Aug 58."

      Grown dogs and puppies are lying down in overgrown grass. Above them, hangs a twig and a cloth pinned to a clothesline.

    • UAF-1994-23-84
    • Rampart Village.

    • Rampart Village.

    • Title from color slide.

      The buildings are made from logs or boards, with metal roofing. These appear to be residential dwellings, as you can see laundry drying on a clothesline, and children playing nearby. There are several log structures...

    • UAF-1977-59-40
    • Seldovia.

    • Seldovia.

    • Title from color slide.

      Part of the pier at Seldovia, Alaska. A couple of the houses pictured have laundry on the clothesline to dry. The breakwater is visible beyond the docks.

    • UAF-1977-59-104
    • Three men around a tent.

    • Three men around a tent.

    • Title supplied by indexer.

      Two men sit near a tent, another man is standing. Snowshoes are propped up to the right. Near the entrance of the tent is a box labeled, "Elaine Oil," with tinder laying next to it, possibly hay or straw. ...

    • UAF-1992-174-1085
    • Porcupine City.

    • Porcupine City.

    • Title from caption.

      There is a very similar photograph of Porcupine City taken by the same photographer at UAA-hmc-0163-1. A number of people are visible in the town. The first building on the right has a sign that reads "Burkhard House."...

    • UAF-1979-41-237

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