Title taken from image. Aerial shot of Nome in winter; buildings and streets covered in snow, hills visible in background. Richter Photos Nome, Alaska written on back of photograph. Original photograph size: 8 x 10 inch.
Title taken from image. Description taken from verso. Verso: Front row, left to right: Nicholas E. Bolshanin, Maurice S. Whittier, Matthew Bridge, John F. Pugh, and Montgomery A. Snow.
Back row, Left to right: first officer Hart, Edwin R....
Title taken from image. Photographic postcard of a Palmer street in winter. There are a few, widely scattered buildings on the street. A Matanuska Valley colonist is in the middle of the road, standing on a sled drawn by two horses. Another horse...
Title taken from image. Union Labor banner across the street; piles of snow and deep snow pack; two horses and sleds; several men on the sidewalk. Sign on building: Carpenter Shop. Photographer's number 601-X.
Title taken from image. Winter shot of United States Army Corps of Engineer's company area at Fort Raymond, Seward. Snow covered vehicles in foreground; several buildings in background. Original photograph size: 3 x 4 3/4 inch.
Title taken from information with photo. View of village of Gulkana, Alaska, with blocks of snow in foreground. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." Photographer's number 19A. n.d. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Title taken from information with photograph. Also from information regarding photograph, “Hunter on horizon, 3/4/88.”
View of underground snow shelter dug by Vern Tejas. A safety ladder rests on top and a shovel is sticking out from the snow....
Title taken from information with photograph. Vern Tejas, standing beside one of his snow shelters on Mount McKinley. A trunk and a handle of a shovel are visible. Photographs was taken by Lowell Thomas Jr. during Tejas's solo expedition.
Title taken from information with photograph. View of the inside of the snow shelter Tejas built during the first winter solo ascent of Denali. A tent, ladder, and other mountaineering gear are visible.