Title taken from image in accompanying materials. Studio portrait, probably photographed by Winter & Pond. Verso: One of two local Chiefs known as "Mayor of Indian Village." Reverified by Henry Cropley of Juneau.
An official portrait of Gov. Parks & a group of six men who are probably territorial officials. They are photographed in front of a picture of Alaska's territorial seal with U.S. and Alaska flags on either side of the group.
Biographical article about Seiki
(Shoki, Fhoki) Kayamori, (1877–1941), Japanese laborer and photographer who lived in Yakutat and photographed the community of Tlingit and Eyak people from 1912-1941. He was accused of spying by the U.S. FBI...
Automobile beneath highway sign. Sign in image: Chitina-Fairbanks Military Highway; Constructed and Maintained by the Alaska Road Commission. Caption: Photographed by E.L. Fisher. Beginning of the Edgerton Cutoff of the Richardshon Highway...
A large party of non-natives in formal dress, in painted Tlingit canoe on Sitka waterfront. Several hold traditional canoe paddles. A smaller boat is seen just behind canoe. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.
Canoe on beach, two people sitting by canoe, with coffee pot and eating utensils, perhaps taking their mid-day meal. One man standing inside canoe holding an adz. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.