View of women and children standing outside barabaras in Hooper Bay, Alaska. Several dogs are chained to a post and a drying rack can be seen at the top of the hill. From verso: "Hooper Bay." Ca. 1930-1939. Original photograph size: 2.75" x 4.5".
Title by indexer. Woman in a dress standing on a rug, presumably in a photographer's studio. On the right is a rack of postcard-sized photos. Region and Location identification based on UAF-2005-93-1 (compare).
Title by indexer. Woman in a coat and hat, standing on a rug, presumably in a photographer's studio. On the right is a rack of postcard-sized photos. Location and region identification based on UAF-2005-93-1 (compare).
Winter view of Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, with person standing near sod house in foreground. Dogs are near sled in center foreground, with hides and other items hanging from rack at right. From information with photo: "Simon Paneak's area." 1963....
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a row of small houses along the beach in Nome, Alaska. Large chunks of driftwood sit on the beach in front of them. Caption from finding aid reads "Nome area, weather beaten houses and drying rack"....
Title from accompanying notes. At least five ships are at anchor off this shoreline. Onshore there are several semi-subterranean structures, including one that has a fish drying rack on the roof (right). Compare to UAF-2003-174-206.
Title taken from caption. Cataloguer's note: This picture captures a group of Alaska Native women and children. Strips of meat and fish can be seen drying on the tall rack in front of the large house. A man dressed in a suit and tie and a bowler...
View of children near upside down umiak mounted on rack at Hooper Bay, Alaska, with buildings in right background. Photo negative number 1450-50. 1950's? Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Photograph of what looks to be a fish camp on the Tanana. A cabin is on the right and there are three tents in the center. A cache is between the tents and the cabin and there is a storage rack with a dog sled stored on top.
Title from accompanying materials. Two Alaska Native girls in dresses are on top of the roof of a semi-subterranean home. One stands while the other sits or squats; next to them is a rack of drying fish.