Title taken from donor's caption. "At Tonsina 90 miles from Valdez. The spot we selected for our camp was in a small grove of spruce trees at the head of a deep valley where two glaciers came down out of the towering mountains. We built a large...
Relief shown by hachures. Boundary of the award is outlined with a dashed red line, areas covered by atlas sheets are outlined in solid red. With 24 sheets of maps covering the area contained within the index. From Alaskan Boundary Tribunal...
Pages 107-122: poetry by Artem Verba and Iv. Kremnistyi, essay by Luka
Pages 69-100: essay by Leonid Utesov and poem "Lapping and rustle of the
night), struck out (author name illegible).
Title taken from note with photo. "A boat in the middle of Seward Railroad yard Seward Alaska following the Alaska Earthquake and Tidal Wave 3/28/64." The boat Rich Queen sits in the rail yard covered by sheets of corrugated steel.
Title by cataloger. Photograph of the construction of a birch-bark canoe. Narrative in the photo album reads: "Below is shown the next step. The large sheets of birch bark are pinned in position with wooden pins, and the ribs are also placed."
Ms. in ink. Relief shown by hachures. Title from verso. Shows route of Franklin's journey in 1819-22. Watermark on paper: "Slade 1818." Drawn on three joined sheets of varying size. Hand colored. Author may be James Burney.