St. Lawrence Island [n.d.] [112 p. est.]
1. A Race by a reindeer and a fish
2. A Blind orphan (told by Kaelak)
3. A Blind orphan or How the white whales were happened by Ozuk, but he died a couple of years ago
4. How the deer men...
[n.d.] The book of Iumek (Old Time) Oct. 15—1917 [30p. est.]
2. Human man changes into stone
3. Beliefs on the images
4. Our songs
5. The sorcerers of the stone age
6. Why the people would not use another’s...
Photograph by Alphonse Kemmerich, in the early 1930's. The photo shows the staff housing (left) and fish hatchery building (on right) at the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries fish hatchery on Lake McDonald, near Yes Bay, Alaska. The hatchery was always...
These are the Chilkat Dancers from Haines or Port Chilkoot as it was called at the time. The man using the drum on the far left is Carl Heinmiller. Identification courtesy of Blythe Carter, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center.
This series of menus was used by the Alaska Steamship Company for a cruise up the Inside Passage. This one shows a two-color print of tourists on the streets of an Alaskan village, probably Sitka, beneath the mountains and a Russian church. They...
African-American soldiers stand at attention on the Klondike Company's wharf in Dyea. Note from Karl Gurcke: They were (in Dyea) for a brief period of time (July 1899) before they were burned out by a forest fire and had to move to Skagway.
Title from verso. Verso: "Taku" Tiger Olson and Ethel McMontgomery (Mrs. I. J. [Ivil James]) "Tiger" 93 yrs is a famous man in Alaska - a long time friend of Ivil's and mine - Kept charge of a huge cannery/buildings and home of Father Hubbard.
Text: In the foreground… totem carved by the
S. E. Alaska Indians of WILLIAM HENRY SEWARD
"sitting on his suitcase"… (extreme right).
Original Lincoln to[t]em at the left. Note he
Has his hand extended "holding the...