Title from image caption Five people in Native dress stand at entrance to store; a large American flag flies overhead Verso: "The station at Pt. Barrow, now Brower Trading Post. The most northerly point on the North American Continent....
Title taken from image. Store interior, with three men at counter. A bunch of bananas hanging at left. Fresh fruit and canned goods are displayed. Photographer's number 55. Companion image: ASL-P226-330.
Description from accompanying material: "The closer shorter building is Anderson Music Store. the taller building is the Arctic Brotherhood Bldg which had a roller rink in the top floor in the 1930's." Per Al Zenger 5/29/01
Dr. Kate R. Gompertz as a young college student. [with] Ruth Gompertz Watson aged 3, entrance to company store. Coaster made by roustabout, solid copper wheels, year 1902. [Also in the picture is a small Indian boy]
Title taken from verso. Seven men, a dog, and a number of birds hung from a pole. Verso: 1. Ed Jones 2. Allen Shattuck 3. Guy McNaughton 4. J.H. Biggs 5. Izzy Goldstein 6. Chas Goldstein [7. Captain Bobby Drost]