Title from verso. Portrait photograph of man dressed in Tlingit regalia, including a button blanket. He stands on a box, and holds a staff carved in the form of a raven. Verso: Raven Tribe Billy Jones.
Title from image. Tlingit artist, Billy Webster, painting a leader's dance staff, carved in a killer whale design. Other pieces of Tlingit carving are displayed, including miniature totem poles. Photographer number 144.
The Catholic block above Fifth Street, between Gold and Harris Streets. The buildings from the left are St. Ann's Hospital, staff residence, Church of the Nativity, Chancellery, and the old school building; pre-1919.
Piraksrat = [Things to do] / a translation into Iñupiat by Willie Nayakik ; edited by the bilingual staff of the Barrow Day School, BIA, Martha Aiken, Marilyn Gamboa, Alice Hopson ; illustrations by Geri Rudolph.
Full title: Sivuqam ungipaghaatangi = St. Lawrence Island legends / developed by the staff of the National Bilingual Materials Development Center, Rural Education Affairs, University of Alaska ; from stories written by Grace Slwooko ; illustrated...
Full title: Sivuqam ungipaghaatangi II = St. Lawrence Island legends II / developed by the staff of the National Bilingual Materials Development Center, Rural Education Affairs, University of Alaska ; from stories written by Grace Slwooko ;...
Full title: Sulpik = The adventures of Sulpik / Sivuqaghmiitlu, Sivungaghmiitlu apeghtughistengita ulimaaghat = by St. Lawrence Island Bilingual Staff ; [illustrations by Alvin Aningayou].
Adventures of Sulpik...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.