Title taken from image. front of Shake's House with open door and six children; totem poles, Bear-up-the-Mountain and Go-na-ka-dot; objects displayed on porch include hats, ceremonial staffs, totemic figures, quilt. Photographer's number 283.
Signal Corps photo number SC 140008. Verso: Col. William O. Eareckson of the 11th Provisional Bombing Command, who received the Distinguished Service Cross, is writing a message on a bomb destined for the Japs on the Island of Kiska. Umnak...
Signal Corps photo number SC 140127. Verso: Aleutian Islands, Alaska.
With the playing of taps, a soldier is laid to rest atop a hill in Boot Hill Cemetery. Full military funerals are given soldiers who have died out here. There are seven...
Signal Corps photo number SC 571441. Closeup of decorated grave.
Verso: Photo by Pfc.Malcolm Greany
UNCLASSIFIED by OC Sig O, 27 April 1960.
[Kermit Roosevelt was the son of President Theodore Roosevelt]
Following the war, U.S. Army forces in Alaska were primarily concerned with training. However, they rendered many services to the public in fighting forest fires, in search and rescue and medical aid. Soldiers from Fort Richardson guarded...