Passengers are assisted into a U.S. Navy launch during rescue operations for the S.S. Yukon near Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Glacier Photo Service of Seward, Alaska. G. McCreary. 3 copies." 1946. Photographer: G. McCreary. Original size of...
Written on the back of the photographs: Barge that picked up survivors of passengers of S.S. Yukon that broke in two parts - Alaska Gulf. Leo Douglas was on it. Taken near Seward, Alaska. 2 copies. Original size of photographs: 5" x 7" and 8 x 10".
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Aerial view of the wreck of the S. S. Yukon (center) and the rescue and salvage fleet near Seward, Alaska. Original size of photograph: 4" x 5".
Title taken from verso. Stamped on the back of the 5" x 7" photograph is Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska. Written on the back of the 8" x10" photograph is: Crew members and passengers work in unison to remove victims from the wreck of the...
United States military personnel board ship's boats to travel to the wreck of the S.S. Yukon near Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska." 1946. Original size of photograph: 8" x 10".
Title from original photograph album. Eleven boys pose in front of art work at the Bay View School in Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Carrie Ida Pierce, Seward, Alaska, Box 516." ca. 1946-1955. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Bulldozers work to clear debris from the November 23-24, 1941 fire in Seward, Alaska. Caption reads: "Seward Fire Nov 23-24. Stephen Rychter." Nov. 23-24, 1941. Photographer: Stephen Rychter. Original photograph size: 5" x 7".
Men are working to unload what looks like large pipes for mining or pipeline work from a small ship onto planks, then onto land. Photos UAF-1985-122-110 to UAF-1985-122-121 seem to be of the same people about the same time.
Relief shown by shading. Shows a portion of the Queen Elizabeth Islands in Arctic Canada, including the locations of Eskimo tent-rings and winter houses and the Fram's winter quarters. Mounted on paper.
A Native Alaskan boy stands outside a canvas and wood structure on the shores of the frozen Kobuk River in Shungnak, Alaska. He's wearing a light colored fur-trimmed kuspuk, brown pants, and work gloves. A snowshoe leans...