Title supplied by cataloger. Dog kennel being constructed propped on what appears to be an automobile axle. Two trucks in background. Slide printed 7/1989. Slide box labeled, 'Joe and Vi.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title drawn from verso; verso notes and sketch of bunk shown below photograph Platform bed constructed three feet off ground and covered with spruce boughs, grasses, robes, and blankets; logs of cabin are visible behind men
Title from album note Additional information from album: During 1916 and 1917, numerous cave-ins were occurring in the upper levels of the mine; in order to protect the Treadwell, Mexican, and "700" mines, the bulkhead was constructed in the...
Title from album note Additional information from album: The Treadwell, "700," and Mexican mines were all flooded, building up air pressure, which exploded the Mexican shaft house; the Ready Bullion mine was protected by a newly constructed...
Title from caption with negative Newly constructed boat on beach; men in uniform [Park Service?] take part in ceremonial christening; one man is about to break a bottle on the bow See also MS236-265-28
Photograph used in Alaska Sportsman, September 1964, Milepost, pg. 37. [Photograph also shows building that used to be the Driftwood Restaurant, later the Fiddlehead Restaurant, and is now the Sandpiper Cafe]
Title taken from sign in image. Description taken from verso Verso: View of the road [Glacier Highway, Juneau] constructed by the Bureau of Public Roads, Dept. of Agriculture, in the Vicinity of Juneau, southeastern Ak.
Intersection with two road signs. Fences and buildings in background. Sign in image: Richardson Highway, Valdez - Chitina - Fairbanks Military Road Constructed and Maintained by the Alaska Road Commission.
Automobile beneath highway sign. Sign in image: Chitina-Fairbanks Military Highway; Constructed and Maintained by the Alaska Road Commission. Caption: Photographed by E.L. Fisher. Beginning of the Edgerton Cutoff of the Richardshon Highway...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.