Title taken from caption. View of United States Bureau of Indian Affairs school at New Stuyahok, Alaska. Also from caption: "New Stuyahok, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title taken from caption. View of village of Egegik, Alaska, with school building and flagpole at right. Also from caption: "Egegik, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title taken from caption. A clipping from a publication of a church in Seward, Alaska. A building that is probably the mission school is also depicted. Image published in the May 1916 issue of "The Alaskan Churchman" v.10, no.3, p.88.
Title taken from caption. A picture clipped from a publication shows a group portrait with the following caption: The picture shows the members of the Woman's Auxiliary (Indian) and children taking part in the Christmas programme and tree. ...
Title taken from caption. Clipping from a publication of two children wrapped in ceremonial blankets. The child on the left appears to be wearing an Orca or killer whale blanket, and a frog blanket is hung on the door frame behind the...
Title taken from caption. Clipping from a publication with the caption: School House and Episcopal Church, Seward, Alaska. (Cross shows site for rectory.) Image published in the May 1917 issue of "The Alaskan Churchman" v11, no.3, p.72.
Title taken from caption. Students (youth) in two rows of five, facing each other, are sitting close together. The teacher identified in another photo as Joan Fisher, is sitting at the head of the table, all are smiling for the camera.
Title taken from caption. This is a snap-shot of students during a class. Everyone is focused on the few students that are passing out what looks like cut-out shapes to each other. This is possibly a geometry or art class.
Title taken from caption. This is a view of a class room. A boy and a girl busy at work, the boy writing on a peice of paper and the girl is intently observing a book. The blackboard can be seen behind them and the book shelf to the left.