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  • Description: snow
(1994 results)



Display: 20

    • 2 people.

    • 2 people.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows what appears to be a man and a woman standing in the snow without coats. A small cabin sits behind them. A few dogs sit in the distance. Caption from finding aid reads: "2 people".

      Location is...

    • UAF-1980-46-202
    • 2 people.

    • 2 people.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows what appears to be a man and a woman standing in the snow behind a barrel. Two dogs sit next to them. Caption from finding aid reads: "2 people".

      Location is unknown.

    • UAF-1980-46-201
    • Black wolves.

    • Black wolves.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows two dead black wolves lying in the snow. What appears to be a sled dog sits far in the background. Caption from finding aid reads: "2 black wolves".

      Location is unknown.

    • UAF-1980-46-310
    • People and a dog.

    • People and a dog.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows two people, who appear to be a man and a woman, standing with a dog outside in the snow. The dog is standing on a doghouse. Caption from finding aid reads: "2 people and a dog (winter)"....

    • UAF-1980-46-188
    • Blueberries.

    • Blueberries.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows blueberries on branches sitting on the snow. Caption from finding aid reads: "Blueberries".

      Location assumed to be near Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of...

    • UAF-1980-46-280
    • 2 people.

    • 2 people.

    • Title from finding aid.
      Photograph shows what appears to be two women standing in the snow without coats. A small cabin sits behind them. Caption from finding aid reads: "2 people".

      Location is unknown.

    • UAF-1980-46-203
    • Two women.

    • Two women.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two women standing in the snow with what appears to be some kennels and dogs in the background.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-522
    • Cabins on a hillside.

    • Cabins on a hillside.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two cabins on a hillside. This photograph is very dark. Snow is partially covering the ground.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-532
    • Firewood.

    • Firewood.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows what appears to be a large pile of firewood partially covered by snow.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-531
    • Six people.

    • Six people.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows six people standing together in the snow on a hillside.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-528
    • Snowy cabin.

    • Snowy cabin.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows snow and the side of a log cabin. This photograph is extremely blurry.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-557
    • Hillside.

    • Hillside.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a hillside partially covered in snow. This photograph is very dark.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-535
    • Airplane with skis.

    • Airplane with skis.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows an airplane with skis sitting on the snow. This photograph is fairly blurry.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-547
    • Two dead wolves.

    • Two dead wolves.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two dead black wolves with their heads propped up on the snow. A dog sits far in the background.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-546

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