45-second, B&W/silent film clip. Slim Williams removes porcupine quills from "Blizzard", his Siberian Husky. Williams removes quills from Blizzard's muzzle by hand and with pliers, then pets the reclining animal.
Alaskan Husky brand battery in Anchorage, Alaska, with picture of Alaskan husky dog printed on side. Printing on battery reads: "Alaskan Husky. Made in Alaska." June 24, 1953. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
This was the first snowmachine in Levelock. It was called the "husky". Peter Apokedak bought it from Freddie Roehl. Left to right: Emma Wilson, Ida Apokedak holding Jolin, and Peter Apokedak holding Peter Da. They were going home from church.
Title from accompanying notes. "Tok, AK. It was here in 1964 that Pat Chamay & I (after climbing Mt. McKinley) caught a ride with trucker Rich White who was hauling cars to Seattle. My 1st Siberian Husky, Tok, was named after this place."...