Coast Guard operated LST, discharges equipment onto beach through open bow doors; the beach is strewn with bundles [barracks bags?] and boxes of gear or supplies; a bulldozer operates along shore Photographer's number 5603
Two Canadian "Fuzeliers" stand outside a wooden building with a canvas roof, holding aloft a large Japanese flag; smoke comes from the chimney pipe; debris is scattered around the shelter Photographer's number 5606
Military personnel walk amidst large machinery, vehicles, and equipment, much of it intact; the Japanese seaplane hangar is visible in background; power pole and wires in foreground Photographer's number 5601
Note on verso: Coast Guard Captain Jeffery Hartman lays a wreath on the grave of Seaman C.C. Moulthrope in Unalaska during memorial services and the dedication of the Bering Sea Patrol Memorial where several Revenue Cutter and Coast Guard sailors...
Title drawn from verso Prospector uses gold pan at river's edge next to skiff, loaded with gear Note: Allenkakat is a variation of the name for the Alatna River, which flows into the Koyukuk River at Allakaket
Title drawn from verso; verso notes shown below photograph Prospector uses gold pan at river's edge next to skiff, loaded with gear Note: Allenkakat is a variation of the name for the Alatna River, which flows into the Koyukuk River at...
Verso: President Harding and party leaving the Arctic Brotherhood, a fraternal organization whose motto is "No Boundary Line Here." Camp Skagway #1, 1889. The Arctic Brotherhood conferred their degree on the President 7/30/23
Title drawn from verso; verso notes shown below photograph Eleven men, probably from "Beaver Party," are visible on bow and top deck of boat, still connected to shore; another steamboat is in the background