50 second film clip, color/silent. From title frame: "Stevens Collection, 1968?". Film shows a man working on a engine with a propeller. He then starts the engine and pushes his home-made snowmachine into motion.
Georgie and Sonny Wilson hauling a snowmachine back from the "Flats". They were coming back from Levelock. The river was still frozen from the end of the "Flats". They went down Levelock for graduation.
This was the first snowmachine in Levelock. It was called the "husky". Peter Apokedak bought it from Freddie Roehl. Left to right: Emma Wilson, Ida Apokedak holding Jolin, and Peter Apokedak holding Peter Da. They were going home from church.
Title supplied by cataloger. Dog Mushing. Dog team stopped on a trail behind a man with a snowmachine. Airplane on skis in the background on a frozen body of water. Possibly Iditarod related mushing. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Men stand next to sled holding carcasses. Blood on snow. Joe holds a rifle. Sled being pulled by snow machine. Second yellow snowmachine in background. Slide printed 6/1971. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from caption. Home belonging to Mann family buried under snow in Hooper Bay, Alaska, with snowmachine at right. Also from caption: "Hooper Bay, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title taken from caption. View of snowmachine parked in front of building in Bethel, Alaska, with dogs close to building at left. Also from caption: "Bethel, AK." Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Robert Fortuine.
Title taken from caption. View of two men standing near snowmachine in front of house in Emmonak, Alaska. Woman is partially visible in background and laundry hangs on line in far right background. Also from caption: "Emmonak, AK." Photograph type:...