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    • Man and child.

    • Man and child.

    • Title supplied by indexer.

      Man holds a boy in in his right arm. The boy, wearing a striped shirt and shorts is looking over his right shoulder. The man is wearing a sun visor, and a long-sleeved shirt that's tucked into his belted pants. ...

    • UAF-1985-122-1097
    • Men on boardwalk.

    • Men on boardwalk.

    • Title by indexer.

      Note on slide reads "quinok." A man in uniform, a hat with a white object that could be a badge, stands on a board sidewalk looking back at the camera. Nearby another man, wearing a striped shirt, dark jacket and...

    • UAF-1997-108-269
    • Tundra Shack.

    • Tundra Shack.

    • Title from slide.

      "Breakup 1948" is also written on the slide. The Tundra Shack was a business in Bethel, Alaska, located near a quonset hut. "Ice cream" is written on the white sign in red, under the business name written in black. You...

    • UAF-1997-108-394
    • Igloo entrance, Hooper Bay.

    • Igloo entrance, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      A Native Alaskan boy crouches in the doorway of an igloo, wearing a green plaid shirt layered over another shirt, pants, mukluks, and gloves. The doorway is framed with wood, and a snow shovel rests to the side of the...

    • UAF-1997-108-424
    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide reads, "Hooper Bay." Two Native Alaskan children hold pink strips of what may be whale meat. The girl is wearing a striped kuspuk that has a hood trimmed with fur, and boots. The boy is wearing a brown and gray...

    • UAF-1997-108-432
    • Salmon drying in Hooper Bay.

    • Salmon drying in Hooper Bay.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide says, "Hooper Bay 1949." A man wearing a light-colored shirt, dark pants, and a baseball cap is next to several fish drying racks that are packed tightly with salmon. Two flat-bottomed boats are leaning on the...

    • UAF-1997-108-435
    • Nurse Schaubel, Hooper Bay.

    • Nurse Schaubel, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      Esther Schaubel stands behind a group of Native Alaskan children in front of a log building with a metal roof. There are eight children, mostly boys wearing jackets and jeans, though one boy is wearing a soiled kuspuk...

    • UAF-1997-108-438
    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Title from indexer.

      A Native Alaskan woman holds a strip of seal meat, and a nearby child is picking up a strip of meat from a basin on the wood chip covered ground. A young girl and another woman are also there, in front of a...

    • UAF-1997-108-443
    • Lona, Hooper Bay.

    • Lona, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      Lona is wearing a black and red plaid shirt, dark pants, and red shoes. Behind her are several log buildings, all of which have a wind tower either on them or near them. There is a girl in a fur-trimmed kuspuk sitting...

    • UAF-1997-108-453
    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Hooper Bay" is written on the slide. About a dozen Native Alaskan children are sledding down a snowy hill on cardboard squares. They are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks, pants, and mukluks. Some have mittens, but one boy...

    • UAF-1997-108-462
    • Shungnak on the Kobuk.

    • Shungnak on the Kobuk.

    • Title from slide.

      A Native Alaskan boy stands outside a canvas and wood structure on the shores of the frozen Kobuk River in Shungnak, Alaska. He's wearing a light colored fur-trimmed kuspuk, brown pants, and work gloves. A snowshoe leans...

    • UAF-1997-108-497
    • Maxine & son, John.

    • Maxine & son, John.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also reads, "Shagluk, Dec. 1949." Maxine and John stand on a snowy path with many log cabins behind them. Maxine is wearing a brown fur coat and mukluks trimmed with a geometric pattern. She also has a camera slung...

    • UAF-1997-108-501
    • Ed, Maxine, & John Miller.

    • Ed, Maxine, & John Miller.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also reads, "Shagluk, Dec. 1949." According to the finding aid, Maxine was also called, "Max." Ed, Max, and John are standing in the shadows by snow-covered brush and trees, with an open expanse behind them. Max is...

    • UAF-1997-108-502
    • Leaving Sleetmute, 1949.

    • Leaving Sleetmute, 1949.

    • Title from slide.

      A group of about 25 men, women, and children gather around a dark plane with "NC" as a partial identification number on the wing. A man in a pilot's hat stands by a full canvas bag, while a boy with a black jacket, blue...

    • UAF-1997-108-506
    • New Knockhock, Oct. 1949.

    • New Knockhock, Oct. 1949.

    • Title from slide.

      A group of Native Alaskans sit inside a boat that rests upon the snow. The children are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks and mukluks. The men are wearing coats, pants, and mukluks. A dark-colored house sits behind the boat,...

    • UAF-1997-108-509

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