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    • Lanscape.

    • Lanscape.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      > This view appears to be the beginning of Alumni Drive which is the southeastern entrance to the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. Notice a glimpse of Bunnell building at the top right hand side, and also the long and...

    • UAF-1972-161-80
    • State Highway

    • State Highway

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a view of the state highway during construction. The sign on the side of the road reads: State - Federal Highway Construction 8851 miles cost $1320.000 State funds 5.11 Federal Aid Funds 9489. State of Alaska...

    • UAF-1972-161-78
    • Landscape.

    • Landscape.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a view of a winding paved two-way road, surrounded by spruce trees. It's unclear where this location might be, although it could be Alumni Drive facing East.

      As indicated on the back of the photograph, the...

    • UAF-1972-161-81
    • Tough going

    • Tough going

    • Title taken from caption.
      "Tough going mi 176 west of Nelson." Cataloguer's note: This is a view of a narrow and steep dirt road that is almost at 90 degree angle. Note: The car at the bottom of the climb looks as though it is going to attempt...

    • UAF-1993-194-25
    • First truck

    • First truck

    • Title taken from photograph.
      Photograph of the first truck to drive from Dawson Creek to Whitehorse and from Whitehorse to Fairbanks. Probably taken during ribbon-cutting ceremony on Soldiers Summit on November 20, 1942.

    • UAF-1969-95-687
    • People of Tetlin.

    • People of Tetlin.

    • Title taken from caption on Album.
      "The people of Tetlin. Jack Singlet & Ole Esbloom to the right ". On the occasion of the funeral ceremony for Chief David of Tetlin. From the Archdeacon Drane's (travel) journal: "Ole Esbloom the trader...

    • UAF-1991-46-575
    • Water Wagon.

    • Water Wagon.

    • Title taken from caption.
      Clipping from a publication with the caption: The water wagon is a literal fact in Alaska. In many of the camps it is very hard to obtain good drinking water owing to the fact that wells are difficult to dig or drive...

    • UAF-1985-72-116
    • Navy pick-up.

    • Navy pick-up.

    • Title taken from back of photo and accompanying note.
      "A pickup immersed by the waters off the point of Nyman's Peninsula aboard the Naval Station, Kodiak, forced two seamen, William D. Maule of Canoga Park, Calif., and Bruce Reid of Selah,...

    • UAF-1972-153-33
    • Rusty Dow by truck, 1944.

    • Rusty Dow by truck, 1944.

    • Rusty Dow, posing by the door of her truck, was the first woman to drive the Alaska Highway. Sign on door reads "RICHARDSON ALASKA HIGHWAY 2917 BANKS DISTRICT". Rusty Dow is in uniform. Original photograph size: 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch.

    • UAA-hmc-0397-11f-2-11
    • State Fair; Sep. 1973.

    • State Fair; Sep. 1973.

    • Title taken from caption. View of Mrs. Dow sitting in a wheelchair near the food vendors booths at the Alaska State Fair in Palmer, Alaska. Mrs. Benzie Ola (Rusty) Dow, was the first woman truck driver to drive the Alaska Highway. Photo taken Sep....

    • UAA-hmc-0396-14m-961
    • Planting tulip bulbs.

    • Planting tulip bulbs.

    • Title taken from caption. Police cars stand at left as people plant tulip bulbs along street at right in Anchorage, Alaska. Downtown Anchorage is in far background, Westchester Lagoon is in left background, and traffic runs along Minnesota Drive at...

    • UAA-hmc-0449-s6-1980-54a

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