Band members wearing identical hats and sweaters pose with some of their instruments on the street outside a hotel. A sign hanging from the building reads "Hotel [?] European". This photograph was possibly taken in Cordova, Alaska. 1920's? Original...
Large group gathered for possible celebration. One man kneeling a distance in front of larger group. Included is a group with musical instruments, men, woman, and children standing or sitting on ground. American flag flying behind group
Notes on Kankei Ibun (Voyages around the world)
Made with the assistance of Naoko Hoshino.
Table of contents with summary of each volume
List of illustrations
Vessel Wakamiya-maru leaving Ishimaki, winter of...
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depths shown by soundings. "Date of first publication, 1907." "Aids to navigation corrected for information received to Jul. 8, 1908." No. 8502. Stamped "Louis Weule Co., chronometers and nautical...
Six girls, wearing grass skirts, leis, and crowns of flowers; pose outside with string instruments, including guitar, bango, and mandolin [girl on far left has been identified as Martha (Yagie) McKean and 4th from left as Julia Stepano
Title by cataloguer. "Patty, 35 mm NRG. 77-201." Cataloguer's note: A view of an empty classroom. The instruments on the teacher's desk and the information on the black board suggests this may be a science (physics or chemistry) classroom.
Title from caption. Photograph shows a group portrait of the members of the Fairbanks City Band. They are all wearing uniforms and have their instruments. The caption also indicates that their director is W. Gorbracht.
Title from image caption Approximately 75 people, some holding musical instruments, pose on risers Individuals who have been identified include the following: Geo. Hamilton, Rev. Sheldon Jackson, and Rev. Harry Corser