Title supplied by cataloger. Location: Seal Slough. Meat hangs from a large drying rack set up beside the water. A clothesline extends from the rack to a nearby pole, and holds fishing nets. A yellow boat is tied up at the shore.
Title supplied by cataloger. Older boy holds a fishing pole with a small fish on the line. The younger boy stands in the bottom of the boat, hands in pockets. The outboard motor and a gas can are visible. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Sweepstakes. Three men stand talking in street. More people in background near vehicles. Buildings along street, with power lines and utility pole. Slide printed 4/1983. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from verso. Two men with baby beluga whale hung from a pole, Theodore River, Cook Inlet area, Alaska. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." 1919. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Men work to organize supplies; tractor trailer transports load of boxes; pyramid tents erected in background; American flag raised on power pole over a captured bunker [machine gun nest] Photographer's number 5594
Military personnel walk amidst large machinery, vehicles, and equipment, much of it intact; the Japanese seaplane hangar is visible in background; power pole and wires in foreground Photographer's number 5601