Title supplied by cataloger. Young girl stands on the sled runner and a baby stands in the sled basket. A woman holds the arm of the baby. Slide taken in the parking lot of the University Center in Anchorage. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Two people stand near sleds. Wooden buildings in background. Mountains in distance. Folder labeled, 'Iditarod Challenge.' Slide printed 4/1995. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Meat cut on bandsaw. Meat would have been kept frozen in 'drop bags' and used during expedition to feed the sled dogs. Folder labeled, 'Iditarod Challenge.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. The dogs are chained to two separate trees. Slide printed 12/1984. Slide box labeled, 'Joe Redington & Santa. Cottonwood Mall University Center 1984.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Sled in foreground has white bags piled on top. Back of snowmobile visible on right of slide. Slide printed 3/1995. Slide bag labeled, 'Challenge.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from back of photo. "HQ [Headquarters] AAC [Alaskan Air Command] -- Aerial Recon [Reconnaissance] --Two U. S. Air Force B-58 'Hustler' aircraft from the 43rd Bomb Wing, Carswell AFB, Tex., took many aerial photographs of the state...
Large image of a 7 cent air mail stamp commemorating Alaska statehood. Stamp includes an outline of Alaska, portions of the state flag, and a drawing of mountains, probably Mt. McKinley. Reproduction in black and white from color original.
Title taken from front. The U.S. Cruiser Maryland arrived in Seward, Alaska with a crew of 810 on July 30, 1912. Naval staff from the Maryland investigated the Alaskan coal reserves while in port. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8".
This color slide depicts four unidentified men standing in front of a Grumman Goose amphibious airplane used by the U. S. Department of Fish and Wildlife at an unidentified airport in Alaska in 1962. There is a mountain in the background behind...