Alaska, USA



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21 Archival description results for Alaska, USA

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Finback whale crest, Southeast Alaska

Two carved poles stand in foreground, a third smaller pole visible by wood structure in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "For heading of Page 12. Fin Back Whale Crest. [?] Totems, S.E. Alaska".

Group gathered at totem pole of eagle crest, Southeast Alaska

Group of eight men and seven children stand in front of crest pole on unidentified building.

Handwritten annotation below image reads: "[..?] Alaska. Indian Totem Pole, Eagle Crest South Eastern Alaska."; on verso: "Chapter XXI Illustrations No. 2. [Kinnanook?] Section of Indian Village showing Totem pole of Eagle crest."


Series consists of images pertaining the Collison family, North Coastal First Nations communities, means of transportation along North Coastal British Columbia, and various church structures and religious events.

Skagway? - Mannequins

Image depicts a pair of mannequins in the second story windows of a building, possibly located in Skagway, Alaska.

View Back to Skagway

Image depicts a view over a forested, mountainous area and a river somewhere in the area of Skagway, Alaska.

View Down to Skagway

Image depicts a view over a forested, mountainous area and a river towards the vicinity of Skagway, Alaska.

View of Wrangell, Alaska

Photograph depicts community buildings on shoreline, water in foreground.

Handwritten annotation on image reads: "Wrangle, Alaska."; on verso: "Fort Wrangle, Alaska Territory. visited by W.H.Collison, C.M.S. 1877. Prior to the establishment of any mission, [...? illegible] 1875 - 1876. Presbyterian. Insert this illustration of Wrangle on Page 77 as marked."

White Pass Train

File contains slides depicting locations along the White Pass railway through Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territories.