Title from sleeve. View from a hilltop, looking down towards the center of Ketchikan. Children play at a playground in the foreground. A large multi-story building rises at left. Buildings stretch into the distance. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Band members sit on folding chairs at home plate to play music before the start of a baseball game. Two women stand at back, and conductor stands facing camera. Spectators sit in stands above dugout. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Title supplied by cataloger. Five pups play in dirt. Mother dog stands in background. Slide taken from a container labeled, 'Dogs,' in a larger box labeled, '72 Iditarod.' Slide printed 6/1991. Original format: 35mm color slide
The notebook is a diary of a young Inupiat school girl named Alva Nashoalook, who relates events in her daily life in Icy Cape. The dates given are June , 1912 through April 1, 1913 Subjects include walrus and seal hunting, trapping, reindeer,...
View over the housetops, looking toward the school and shed up on hill; also shows retaining wall of cedar around play ground; according to the teacher, Tenakee "exists because of the mineral health springs"