Title taken from caption. Full caption reads: "Town of Seward Alaska, taken on Easter Sunday 1964. Two days after the Alaska Earthquake." View of overturned railroad locomotive and railroad car at the railroad port facility in Seward.
Title taken from caption. Full caption reads: "Oil tanks burning in town of Whittier. There was no water pressure to fight fire. Two days after the Great Alaska Earthquake Easter Sunday March 29, 1964. H-21."
Title taken from sign on building. Photograph of two men and two horses, one inside the building. Sign on building reads: "Arctic Shoeing Shop. cut rates on shoeing for. horse 12.00. Picks start at 2.00. Office Dr Gipson. V.S."
Title taken from caption. Full caption reads: "Town of Seward Alaska, taken from an H-21 on Easter Sunday 1964. Two days after the Alaska Earthquake." View of the town of Seward from the destroyed railroad yards at the waterfront.
Anchorage Ski Club members carrying skis and poles, waiting in line to board the ski train in Curry, Alaska. Building to the right is the Alaska Railroad Depot and the Curry Hotel. Sign above entry reads: "Depot." 1941-1944. Original photograph:...
Title taken from caption. A sled dog team passing through the finish line. Also from caption, "Short man is Leonard Seppala, 80 yr old (Norwegian) Alaska musher." Banner above start/finish line reads, "North American Championship, Sled Dog Races."
Sign reads, "The Gilded Cage of the Alaska Crippled Children's Association." Two Alaska Natives are playing instruments while one is dancing. There are also four dogs in the image tethered to sled. The scene overlooks a parking lot.
Title taken from caption. View of the fishing boat Minnie B. while its cargo of codfish is being unloaded, Kodiak, Alaska. The stern of the boat reads "Minnie B of Seattle A967 SE". Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the...
Title taken from sign in image. Image of a Welcome to Hoonah sign. The sign also reads, "Known long ago as Kantukan or Gowtukan (village by the cliff) was established more than 200 years ago. The original village was in Glacier Bay but was wiped...
Title taken from caption. Woman standing infront of a small building near train tracks. Sign on the side of the building reads, "Welcome to Whittier." A boat and a car are alongside the building. The Hodge building can be seen in the background.
Title taken from caption. A woman standing in an opening of an igloo. A totem pole is in the background to the right. A sign behind the igloo reads, "The Gilded Cage of the Alaska Crippled Children's Association."