Title taken from caption. "Copyright, 1897, By Keppler & Schwarzmann J. Ottmann Lith. [Lithography] Co. Puck Building New York". This color cartoon drawing/poster captures a large man towering over a mining site while digging and seemingly...
Title from accompanying note. "Cookrey(?) says this is Eielson. I have to concur. Compare the face with the Loftus picture with Eielson in the cockpit - they appear to be the same or that picture is misidentified.
Title taken from version. Verso reads: "Mr. Harry Dobson holding a gold pan, standing on the edge of the American River (about eighty-five miles north of Nome), working his claim. August 18, 1936." Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Title from image caption Carved human figure with cask on shoulder stands on head of traditional totem pole figure, which appears to be buried Caption of image reads, Alaska version of the "white man's burden" Photographer's number 151
Killaq sikumi / written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; originally prepared in Iñupiat by Susie Sun ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Rev. / by Angeline Newlin and Ruth Ramoth-Sampson. ...
Kayuqtullu, tulukkallu, suli atlat annugaurut / produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Title from verso. In 1942, Sascha Brastoff (1918 - 1993, born Samuel Brostofsky) enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was assigned first as a designer and then as a performer to the Air Force show “Winged Victory.” He created and impersonated...