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    • H. Goetze Farm.

    • H. Goetze Farm.

    • Title taken from caption.
      "H. Goetze Farm". Wooden fence, houses on far left, dog on left, man and child in background.

      Additional information from Jay D. Fajen of Cole Camp, Missouri, who is O. D. Goetze's great-nephew:
      This...

    • UAF-1964-74-110
    • Farm house.

    • Farm house.

    • Title from collection notes. Farm house, wooden fence in foreground, man, woman and child behind fence, standing in front of white house. [Livestock birds, perhaps chickens, are in the yard at left.]

      Additional information from Jay D....

    • UAF-1964-74-136
    • Eskimo Chidren 1940

    • Eskimo Chidren 1940

    • Title taken from notes.
      " Eskimo children 1940 not sure (looks somewhat like the Koozoata (?) family)." Additional notes read: " This is dried stuff for insulation between layers ". Property of Leighton Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD.

    • UAF-1984-31-20
    • Ketchumstocks.

    • Ketchumstocks.

    • Title from caption on Album.
      "Ketchumstock Saul & Hootnah & Julius". [Outdoor portrait of a Native Alaskan family. The type of dwelling, caches, and racks of drying meat or fish seen in the background reflect their traditional way of life.]

    • UAF-1991-46-549
    • Second Chief.

    • Second Chief.

    • Title taken from caption on Album.
      "Second Chief." An outdoor portrait of an unidentified Chief with a woman and a small girl perhaps his family. They are dressed in traditional Alaskan garments. The Chief is holding an oar.

    • UAF-1991-46-792
    • Frostbite patient.

    • Frostbite patient.

    • Title taken from back of photo and accompanying note.
      "Terrified at the thought of staying indoors after fleeing from the Alaskan earthquake area, the David Wilson family of Portage fled inland and spent the night sleeping out in the open. ...

    • UAF-1972-153-126
    • Destroyed home.

    • Destroyed home.

    • Title taken from accompanying note.
      "Destroyed home in the Turnagain area Anchorage, following the Alaskda [Alaska] Earthquake 3/27/64". Additional notes read: "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- STRANGE HAPPENINGS -- The Good...

    • UAF-1972-153-85
    • Jennie & Alice.

    • Jennie & Alice.

    • Title taken from accompanying note.
      An outdoor portrait of mother and daughter dressed in their Sunday best. [They may be the family of the creator of this collection and photographer, Albert J. Johnson.]

    • UAF-1989-166-271-Print
    • Jennie & Alice.

    • Jennie & Alice.

    • Title taken from accompanying note.
      An outdoor portrait of mother and daughter. They are both dressed in white dresses, holding hands and standing in front of a store. A flag extends from above the door at left. [May be the family of the...

    • UAF-1989-166-272-Print
    • Don Everly.

    • Don Everly.

    • Title from verso.
      A close-up shot of a man with closely cropped hair, dressed in suit and tie, head slightly turned towards the camera. He may be an employee of Wien Airlines.

      After a message from Marty Wells, Don Everly's daughter, in...

    • UAF-1991-98-623
    • Doorway of a log house.

    • Doorway of a log house.

    • Title by indexer.
      Two adults and a boy perhaps a family, are standing outside the door of a log house amid trees and possibly a body of water (left). The boy resembles the person in photos UAF-1991-98-779 and UAF-1991-98-780.

    • UAF-1991-98-781
    • JC Penney building.

    • JC Penney building.

    • Title taken from caption. View down the street toward the JC Penney building in Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. Starting from the right of the image, the stores include: the Book Cache, Craig's Family Footwear, Singer Sewing Center - Fashion...

    • uaa-hmc-1162-52
    • Herring Egg meal.

    • Herring Egg meal.

    • View of Carole Drvenkar and her family sitting around a table eating. Drvenkar's father and her husband are the two men facing the camera. There are pots of Herring Eggs, jarred seal oil, and salad greens on the table.

    • uaa-hmc-1074-b2-f1-A-3-6

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