Title by cataloger. Photograph of a man and a boy in a canoe headed toward Stevens Village. Narrative in photo album reads: "Below are Old Jacob and a boy in an extra large canoe. They paddled fast so I could not get a picture of their faces."
Japanese soldiers, Attu Island, Alaska, during World War II. Photo among those later found on Attu after its capture by the United States. From front: "Attu, 1943." 1943. Original photograph size: 7" x 5".
Mrs. J. A. Baughman (doctor's wife) and Mrs. E. E. Hale (bankers wife) stand on wooden sidewalk with Alaska Central Railroad building and Seward's first schoolhouse in the background. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows two women standing outside of a building with a sign reading The Nome Nugget. Caption from finding aid reads "Two ladies in front of Nome Nugget". Location is Nome, Alaska.
Two little girls on 4th Avenue in Seward, Alaska with a doll and buggy. In the background is a building with a sign that says Trading Co., Wholesale Groceries & Clothing. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title by indexer. Image shows two men in winter gear and goggles poking wooden poles in the snow. A shovel and snowshoes are nearby. Image is part of a collection of Lindley-Liek Expedition photos, documenting activities of the men after...
Title by cataloger. Two men stand in front of an airplane mounted on skis. One of the men may be Bishop Gordon. A sled dog team is in the foreground. The village of Point Hope is visible in the background.