Title taken from caption. Also from caption, “US Army, probably Alaska Scouts Battalion fish camp, on Cook Inlet (near Anchorage?) during World War II, probably 1944-1945, showing solider pewing salmon, others splitting salmon on right.”
Title taken from caption. Also from caption, “US Army, Alaska Scouts Battalion fish camp operation: Trolleyway with fish-carrying cars being towed by cable; also fish bin and splitting table, center, with army personnel standing. Near Fort...
Title taken from caption. Also from caption, “in windy winter weather, North Alaska reconnaissance, late World War II. Ed Bagby probably team driver.” Image of a dog team pulling a sled, with a man mushing.
Title taken from caption. Also from caption, “probably Bagby/Bishop tip to Arctic, 1944-’45, with mileage wheel behind tent.” View of tent, with a mileage wheel and a man standing behind it. A dog team is visible in the background.
Mayor Elmer E. Rasmuson, Vi (Mrs. Gordon) Green (in blue dress), members of Anchorage Garden Club, members of Girl Scout Troop 126, and others planting a tree in downtown Anchorage, Alaska to celebrate Arbor Day. May 1965. Original photograph size:...
Title taken from caption. Also from caption, “loaded to go or stop, probably Far North Alaska.” View of a man standing near a dogsled with supplies, snowshoes are sticking out of the snow. The poles of a tent are next to the sled.
From verso: Col. Castner, commander of the Alaskan G-2 Combat Scouts, in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. . . Their mission was to wipe out any Japanese outpost and to give the signal to the force for entry into Adak Harbor.