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    • Biplane and pilot.

    • Biplane and pilot.

    • Title supplied by cataloger.
      A side view of a biplane that appears to be the same biplane as in photos UAF-2006-102-51 and UAF-2006-102-50. There may be a pilot in the cockpit.

      Charles Mac Kay has identified the model and manufacturer of...

    • UAF-2006-102-53
    • Upside-down biplane.

    • Upside-down biplane.

    • Title supplied by cataloger.
      Wrecked biplane upside down on snowy field with at least five men inspecting damage. There is a hangar-sized building in the background on the left side of the photo. Markings visible include "ANNA" on the plane's...

    • UAF-2006-102-70
    • Fort Gibbon team.

    • Fort Gibbon team.

    • The Fort Gibbon baseball team is pictured field-side. The caption reads "The Fort Gibbon Team. At Fairbanks, Alaska. July 4, 1913." At bottom right is a signature that looks like "Clemans" or "Clemons", which may mean Basil Edwin Clemons. All of...

    • UAF-2006-154-3
    • Northern Airways float.

    • Northern Airways float.

    • Title taken from creator's notes.
      Photograph of the Northern Airways float in the 1947 Fairbanks Winter Carnival. Eva may be the name of the woman seated in the "airplane" atop the float.
      Notes and captions are from Cecil H. Kornegay...

    • UAF-1999-204-37
    • Diagonal shot.

    • Diagonal shot.

    • Title by indexer.
      A diagonal shot of a small frame house, groups of people walking around and the surrounding landscape, including snow covered mountains. This may be a construction site.

    • UAF-1991-98-20
    • Biplane.

    • Biplane.

    • Title by indexer.
      A person's figure can be seen by the front of this biplane on skis. A small crowd of people is looking on. Houses are visible in the far distance. The markings "A.A.T. Inc.", "C. 194", and "Anchorage" are visible on the tail...

    • UAF-1991-98-26
    • Anchorage No. 2.

    • Anchorage No. 2.

    • Title by indexer.
      A small biplane on skis is on the snow-covered ground. A few men are standing nearby. The markings "A.A.T. Inc" and "C 193" are visible on the plane's dark tail. "A.A.T." may stand for "Alaska Arctic Travel".

    • UAF-1991-98-27
    • Biplane on the ground.

    • Biplane on the ground.

    • Title by indexer.
      A person's figure can be seen by the front of this biplane on skis. One person (left) is looking on. Houses are visible in the far distance. The markings "A.A.T. Inc.", "C. 194", "Travel Air", and "Anchorage" are visible on...

    • UAF-1991-98-30
    • Anchorage No. 1.

    • Anchorage No. 1.

    • Title from image.
      Verso reads: "Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Musuem 121 West 7th Avenue Anchorage, Alaska 99501. B65.2.16".
      A man appears to be manually cranking the propeller of a biplane. "Anchorage No. 1" is...

    • UAF-1991-98-31
    • Travel Air test pilot.

    • Travel Air test pilot.

    • Title from verso.
      "Jack Laass travel Air test pilot cracked this plane up on 1st [flight] Date ? Travel Air 4,000's 1930's."
      This is a poor-quality photo of a biplane on skis. The side of the plane reads "Anchorage No. 2"; the tail, "A.A.T....

    • UAF-1991-98-32
    • Alaska-Washington Airways.

    • Alaska-Washington Airways.

    • Title by indexer.
      A float plane reading "Alaska-Washington Airways" on the side is docked on the water. The wharf, and buildings on the harbor are seen directly behind. In the far distance, at the bottom of the cliff are rows of houses and...

    • UAF-1991-98-40
    • Row of buildings.

    • Row of buildings.

    • Title by indexer.
      A row of one-story buildings; the landing floats from a float plane lie in front of them. The tall building to the left may be a hangar. The flat ground is textured with tire tracks and dusted with snow.

    • UAF-1991-98-47
    • Long building.

    • Long building.

    • Title by indexer.
      A light-colored, two-story building. The building at far right is certainly an Ellis Air Lines office (compare UAF-1991-98-66 and UAF-1991-98-65); the building in the center may be also.

    • UAF-1991-98-61
    • Float plane on the water.

    • Float plane on the water.

    • Title by indexer.
      A rear view of a float plane on the water and along the side of a building. The top of the building is marked with letters that may be "RPN", "RPM", "RPW", or "RPH".
      Location and dates are inferred from context: compare...

    • UAF-1991-98-70

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