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    • Rusty Dow by truck, 1944.

    • Rusty Dow by truck, 1944.

    • Rusty Dow, posing by the door of her truck, was the first woman to drive the Alaska Highway. Sign on door reads "RICHARDSON ALASKA HIGHWAY 2917 BANKS DISTRICT". Rusty Dow is in uniform. Original photograph size: 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch.

    • UAA-hmc-0397-11f-2-11
    • Drying salmon at Pawik.

    • Drying salmon at Pawik.

    • Title taken from caption. View of a salmon drying rack on the edge of Naknek, Alaska, with buildings and a radio antenna in the background. Pawik is a variant name for the village of Naknek. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-6599
    • Spearing our supper.

    • Spearing our supper.

    • Title taken from caption. View of a member of the National Geographic Society expedition holding a spear with a salmon impaled on the end. The man is wearing a hat with mosquito netting hanging down from it. Caption also says: "Spearing our supper...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-6697
    • E.C. Kolb.

    • E.C. Kolb.

    • Title taken from caption. Emery Clifford Kolb displaying berries picked at Kodiak, Alaska. Caption also says: "E.C. Kolb with Molina Berries picked at Kodiak." Emery Clifford Kolb is named as the photographer for this photo, as well as being in it....

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-6837
    • Observation of the sun.

    • Observation of the sun.

    • Title taken from caption. Caption also says: "A party taking observation of the sun at noon to determine the latitude of the ship." Based on other photos is the series, the men are on the ship "Pactolus" somewhere near Alaska. Photo taken during...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-7261
    • The tug Curlew.

    • The tug Curlew.

    • Title taken from caption. View of two men on a tug pulling on a rope attached to a barge next to the tug, Naknek River, Alaska. In the foreground is a boat anchored to the shore. Caption also says: "The tug Curlew, which brought our freight from...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-7272
    • The last cannery.

    • The last cannery.

    • Title taken from caption. View of an empty boat being towed behind the boat that the photo is being taken from, Naknek River, Alaska. In the background the docks and buildings of a cannery can be seen. Caption also says: "Passing the last cannery...

    • UAA-hmc-0186-volume8-7280
    • ACS employees, 1954.

    • ACS employees, 1954.

    • View of a group of ACS (Alaska Communications System) employees. Christine McClain is standing in front near the center of the group. From caption: "ACS 1954". Based on other photos in the collection, this photo was most likely taken in Anchorage,...

    • UAA-hmc-0370-series15a-2-116
    • ACS picnic [19]49, Lake Spenard.

    • ACS picnic [19]49, Lake Spenard.

    • Title taken from caption. View of Christine McClain sitting on a log with a couple identified on the photo as "Lt. Jones + wife" at Lake Spenard, Anchorage, Alaska. In the background are two children and their parents, standing next to several...

    • UAA-hmc-0370-series15a-2-34
    • Kodiak Museum.

    • Kodiak Museum.

    • Title taken from caption. View of the exterior of the quonset hut used as the Kodiak Museum in Kodiak, Alaska. The sign sitting on the porch reads "Kodiak Museum" and has an arrow pointing to the left of the photo. There is an elevated fuel tank,...

    • UAA-hmc-0370-series15a-2-102
    • Woman with dog.

    • Woman with dog.

    • View of a woman and her dog in front of an automobile. A sign on a building in background reads: "City Hotel [...?]". In the building window, just above the engine compartment of the automobile, a sign reads: "Dr. Cannon". From front: "1948". Based...

    • UAA-hmc-0370-series15a-2-3
    • Ermalee.

    • Ermalee.

    • Title taken from caption. View of Ermalee Hickel and guests at the Governor's picnic held on the Anchorage Park Strip in 1971. In the background is the ARCO building (later named the Conoco/Phillips building) at 700 G Street, Anchorage, Alaska....

    • UAA-hmc-0370-series15a-3-48


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