[hand-numbered: 111p.] [list in back pages is as follows:]
1. Bad man
2. Man and woman seperated
3. How a man can lend his wife
4. Songs of idol
5. One kind of woman worship
6. Trading with the Siberian...
[n.d.] The book of Iumek (Old Time) Oct. 15—1917 [30p. est.]
2. Human man changes into stone
3. Beliefs on the images
4. Our songs
5. The sorcerers of the stone age
6. Why the people would not use another’s...
Accession Number: 81-3-4 Descriptive Narrative: Silver medal with Imperial double eagle and monogram of Alexander I on one side, Russian inscription on other side. Loop at top for cord or chain.
Inscription: Russ (trans) "Allies of...
August 13, 1917 [hand-numbers: 111p.]
[list (in different handwriting) of stories-many of which are less than one page long-- found on p. 111 are not very descriptive, so following titles taken from text:]
01. Tattooing of a...
From caption in The Polled Hereford Magazine Nov 15, 1947: "Denoting the progress of the Polled Hereford breed, this picture represents several possible 'firsts' - first air shipment of Polled Herefords out of the Western United States, first...
This series of menus was used by the Alaska Steamship Company for a cruise up the Inside Passage. This one shows a two-color print of tourists on the streets of an Alaskan village, probably Sitka, beneath the mountains and a Russian church. They...
Title by cataloger. Photograph of farm equipment on an experimental farm in Rampart, Alaska. Narrative in photo album reads: "All scenes on the U. S. Experimental Station. Main objective was to develop a wheat which would ripen hard enough to...
Title by cataloger. Two airline crew members are loading freight, including some kind of heavy machinery, into a transport plane. The backs of their uniforms appear to read "Northern Consolidated Airlines".
Title from accompanying material. Six Alaska Native men wearing parkas, mukluks, and other traditional clothing. In the foreground are some kind of bars or beams. Some burlap sacks are stacked in front of the men.
Full note reads: "1949 04 Nora Black in front of her sod house @ Shungnak, AK. This house was at the south end of the village and the only one of its kind. I think she was the oldest female in the village."