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    • King Island Natives

    • King Island Natives

    • Title taken from caption.
      Photographer's number: D34.
      Cataloguer's note: This is a group picture of a family dressed in a combination of traditional fur parkas and western style clothes. Their winter dwelling is visible in the background. ...

    • UAF-1989-166-403-Print
    • Waiting for Breakfast

    • Waiting for Breakfast

    • Title taken from caption.
      Cataloguer's note: A view of an Alaska Native dwelling. Two women are seated in front of a tent and as the caption seems to suggest, 'waiting for Breakfast.' Various household items can be seen scattered around the...

    • UAF-1989-166-389-Print
    • Hind sight

    • Hind sight

    • Title supplied by cataloger. Two women are standing with their backs to the camera. They seem to be heading towards the woods. They may be part of the photographer's family.

    • UAF-1989-166-226-Print
    • Juneau Laundry, 1930.

    • Juneau Laundry, 1930.

    • Title taken from inscription on building.
      Cataloguer's note: The Juneau laundry was completed in 1930. It was owned and operated by the Fukuyama Family.

      Further information was provided by Ron Inouye, co-investigator on the Alaska's...

    • UAF-1992-72-1
    • Residences on Campus

    • Residences on Campus

    • Title taken from caption.
      Cataloguer's note: This house appears to be a single family dwelling, the small sign on the tree half way up the drive-way reads: 'Voldseth'. The date July 25, 1962 is legible on the back of the photograph.

    • UAF-1972-161-100
    • Moose

    • Moose

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The moose is standing among the trees, seemingly aware of the camera.

      The moose is the largest of the deer family, is found in the northern regions of the world. One of its identifying features is the broad,...

    • UAF-2003-194-2437
    • Herd of fur seals.

    • Herd of fur seals.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      "Pinniped" is the scientific name for the seal family. The fur seal belongs to a particular group called "otariidae", which are pinnipeds with external ears, also called "eared seals". There are thirteen species of...

    • UAF-728-7
    • Man, women and child.

    • Man, women and child.

    • Title taken from caption.
      " Man, women and child." Cataloguer's note: A full length studio portrait of a man, woman and a girl toddler. This could possibly be a portrait of a young family. All are dressed for the occasion, with particular...

    • UAF-1975-84-74
    • Lt. Sam C. Orchard

    • Lt. Sam C. Orchard

    • Title taken from caption.
      "Black Bass, Caught in Valdez Bay, Alaska, by Lt. Sam C. Orchard of Alaska Road Commission. Weight 11 1/2 lbs., length 31 1/2 in. Long. June 1910." The girl in a sailor's uniform dress standing prominently next to the...

    • UAF-1975-84-162
    • Raven Totem.

    • Raven Totem.

    • Title taken from caption.
      Image clipped from a publication with a totem pole (family tree) and a house to the right. Possibly from Wrangell, Alaska. The caption is scratched into the lower left corner of the image. The image was published in...

    • UAF-1985-72-9
    • 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

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