(L. to r.): Cora Ungarook (15 or 16 years old, Spriggs married Cora and Andy Ungarook in 1908), Mary Ahkivgak (Otis Ahkivgak's wife), Alice Ahmaogak (Roy Ahmaogak's first wife). The girls wear dresses and hair ribbons typical of this time. Dresses...
1 min, 23 sec film clip, color and black & white/sound. Footage includes boys and girls skating in groups, men and women figure-skating and playing on the Chena River by the Cushman Street bridge, and an outdoor hockey rink at Griffin Park.
1. [1 leaf:] “This is the use the following curios were put to”: 1.) the masks...2.) the small idols... 3.) the idol which part fish and part human 2. [set of writings held together with pin, 8 pages, double-sided; each section varies in...
28 second, color/silent, film clip of a woman demonstrating how to get a small child in and out of the carrying position beneath her parka, 1958-1961. Two girls look on as she ties a strap to hold the child in position.
Alex Olympic, Nick Newyaka, Luke Zackar, Gabby Gregory, Mary Wassillie, Dallia Gregory, Alice Zackar, and the younger girls are Marsha Nowatak and Evelyn Rickteroff. They were the first students of Kokhanok School.
Boys and girls with American flags and banners lined up to be in the parade on the 4th of July in Seward, Alaska. Mount Alice is visible in the background. 1905-1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 31/2".
Girls basketball team posing for a team photo, Eklutna Vocational School, Eklutna, Alaska. Third girl from left in front row is Vera M. Joule from Point Hope, Alaska. 1942-1943. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Girls dressed in white and their dolls in decorated carriages line up to be in the Fourth of July parade in Seward, Alaska. 1910-1915? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".