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    • Crossing Rainey Pass.

    • Crossing Rainey Pass.

    • Title from caption

      This is a photograph of George Glass and his seventeen year old son Ophir with their dog teams at the summit of Rainy Pass while traveling on the Iditarod Trail with Irving Reed in March 1920. Related Rainy Pass...

    • UAF-1968-21-203
    • Crossing Rainy Pass.

    • Crossing Rainy Pass.

    • Title from caption.

      A musher poses with a dog sled while crossing Rainy Pass on the Iditarod Trail in late March 1920. The trip was made by George Glass, his 17 year old son Ophir Glass, and Irving Reed. It is unknown which of them is the...

    • UAF-1968-21-205
    • Anchorage, Alaska.

    • Anchorage, Alaska.

    • Title from caption.

      View down Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska on March 15, 1920. The store on the left looks like it says Brown & Hawkins. Another photograph (AMRC-b65-2-4) says there is a Brown & Hawkins store on 4th Avenue. There was...

    • UAF-1968-21-209
    • At Little Susitna R.H.

    • At Little Susitna R.H.

    • Title from caption.

      People with sled dogs are at the Little Susitna Roadhouse. From related photographs, it is known that the two people on the right are George Glass and his seventeen year old son Ophir, who traveled with Irving Reed on the...

    • UAF-1968-21-212
    • Musher with sleddog team.

    • Musher with sleddog team.

    • Title by indexer.

      The musher with the dogsled team near the log cabins, is either George Glass or his seventeen year old son Ophir. They traveled the Iditarod Trail with Irving Reed in March 1920. See Reed's magazine article, "Rainy Pass by...

    • UAF-1968-21-213
    • At Knik.

    • At Knik.

    • Title from caption.

      Three dogsled teams at Knik. Several log buildings are in the background, as well as the sign of the Knik Roadhouse, and and the Two Girls Cafe. The three mushers are Irving Reed, George Glass, and his seventeen year old...

    • UAF-1968-21-214
    • Near Lakeview, Skwentna.

    • Near Lakeview, Skwentna.

    • Title from caption.

      "Near Lakeview, Swentna [Skwentna]." Irving Reed, George W. Glass, and his seventeen year old son Ophir, undertook a trip on the Iditarod Trail in late March 1920. Reed wrote a magazine article, "Rainy Pass by dog team,"...

    • UAF-1968-21-215
    • At Takotna.

    • At Takotna.

    • Title from caption.

      George Glass and his seventeen year old son Ophir, pose with their dog teams outside the Northern Commercial store in Takotna. A magazine article by Irving Reed (Alaska Sportsman, v. 31, Oct. 1965, pp. 8-13) identifies...

    • UAF-1968-21-223
    • Navy Officer's Club.

    • Navy Officer's Club.

    • Title from verso: "Navy Officer's Club - Adak '45."

      A man and woman interacting are sitting near a table. The woman holds a glass of what appears to be beer in her right hand; the man is holding a pipe. On top of the two tables pictured are...

    • UAF-1994-23-8
    • Tanana Post Office.

    • Tanana Post Office.

    • Senator E. Gruening and an unidentified man show the lack of glass in the windows of the Tanana Post Office with the caption: "Senator Gruening shows the dilapidated condition of the Tanana Post Office. 1962."

    • UAF-1992-202-24
    • P.J. Rickert.

    • P.J. Rickert.

    • Title from caption.
      The caption: "P.J. Rickert Fairbanks, Alaska" can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
      Photograph shows a field with vegetable crops planted in it. A small building (shed?) sits in the middle of the field, and a...

    • UAF-1989-166-424-neg glass

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