View of flooded street in Nome, Alaska, with man standing near boat at left. Rope stretches across street in foreground. One sign on building reads: "Laundry & bath." From verso: "Nome Scene - Alaska." ca. 1902. Photographer: B.B. Dobbs.
Title taken from album caption. Portrait of one man, four women, and a dog in front of a dwelling. The residence appears to have wood sides and skin or tarp-covered roof. The roof covering is attached to the sides of the building with rope or...
This photograph depicts an unidentified boy, likely a member of the Pomeroy family, standing in front of a wooden frame house and holding the body of a porcupine on the end of a rope. The photograph was likely taken at Harold and Roxolana (Roxy)...
Title supplied by cataloger. Sled dogs in harness. Spectators stand behind rope watching dog race. Doris Lake and Natalie Norris with backs to the camera. Slide carousel labeled, 'Joe Sr Airplane Crash.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from front. Louis Brown standing in front of black bear hides strung on a rope, Ellamar, Alaska. Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. Photographer's number 384. n.d. Photographer: P.S. Hunt.
View of horse being transported off S.S. Dora in rope sling, Portage Bay, Prince William Sound, Alaska. Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. Photographer's number G1347. n.d. Photographer: P.S. Hunt.
View of buildings and rope tow at Arctic Valley Ski Bowl, Anchorage, Alaska. From front: "Hewitt's Drug collection. Arctic Valley 1945." 1945. Photographer: Sid Hamilton. Original photograph size: 7" x 10".
Title from sleeve. One man stands on an ice floe holding a rope attached to a whaling boat stuck in pack ice near Gambell while another man looks at the ice further ahead. One passenger in boat in foreground. 2 1/4 B&W negative