Title taken from caption. View of school at Egegik, Alaska, with flag flying from pole in front and storage tanks at far left. Also from caption: "Egegik, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title taken from caption and verso. Image shows a white schoolhouse on a hill with a flag flying above the roof and a small group of Native Alaskan children standing out in front. Part of a wooden building to the right of the school is also...
High school graduates are seated on stage as a man addresses the audience during Seward High School graduation in Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Carrie Ida Pierce Seward, Alaska, Box 516." 1946-1955. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Title from sleeve. Children play on a slide outside the school in Seward. A flagpole stands in front of the building. Snowy mountains in distance. Photographer's number: 11 2061 53. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title taken from front. A view of the Seward School, Seward, Alaska, built by George H. Conklin, with the Episcopal Church at right. Also from front: "Geo[rge] H. Conklin Cont[ractor] & Builder." Dec. 1, 1914. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton.
Title taken from label on matting. View of Native day school in Sitka, Alaska. Sign on building reads: "U.S. Public School." Photographer's number 8362. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10".
Title taken from caption. State school building at Clark's Point, Alaska, with flag flying from pole in foreground and volleyball net at left. Also from caption: "Clark's Point, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title from caption. Photograph of Stevens Village from the top of the schoolhouse. Sod roofs with snowshoes on them are visible. Caption written on photo border reads: "Stevens Village from roof of school looking west. Yukon River on left."
Title from cataloger. Photograph of the Stevens Village school and teachers quarters as seen from the frozen Yukon River. An American flag flies above the school. Narrative in album reads: "A winter view or early spring rather of our...