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Color photo: Old Kasaan, Alaska.

Esquimalt Harbor, from summit of "Mill Mountain" near head of bay showing "Active and "Satellite's" anchorage. In the distance Smiths' or Blunts' Island and entrance to Haro and Rosario Straits

Plan for the U.S. Treasury Building on Saint Paul Island, Alaska

Loud 7, Passengers aboard ship to Alaska, c. 1886. Photograph by M. Lorenz

Snow Scenes - Alaska

Large Sawmills - Alaska

Water Sports - Alaska

Historical Transportation - Alaska

Waterfall Scenes - Alaska

Sawmill Interiors - Alaska

Snow Scenes - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Waterfall Scenes - Alaska

Hiking / Riding - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Logging Camps and Crews - Alaska

Historical Transportation - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Logging: Bucking - Alaska

Historical Transportation - Alaska

Administrative Structures - Alaska

Pulp and Paper Mills - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Fishing - Alaska

Winter Sports - Alaska

Farm Products - Alaska

Foresters at Work - Alaska

Animal: Bears - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Fishing - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Logging: Transportation: Rafting - Alaska

Mining - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Snow Scenes - Alaska

Logging: Loading Logs - Alaska

Logging: Scaling - Alaska

Administrative Structures - Alaska

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Alaska

Homesteads - Alaska

Camping and Picnicking - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Large Sawmills - Alaska

Winter Sports - Alaska

Winter Sports - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Forest Mensuration: Surveying/Studies - Alaska

Fishing - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Resorts and Other Dwellings - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Public Facilities - Alaska

Surveys - Alaska

Animal: Bears - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Forest Mensuration: Surveying/Studies - Alaska

Lake Scenes - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Waterfall Scenes - Alaska

Historical Buildings - Alaska

Mills, Milling and Log Storage - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Farm Products - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Logging: Bucking - Alaska

Historical Transportation - Alaska

Surveys - Alaska

Soil Erosion - Alaska

Sawmill Interiors - Alaska

Logging: Transportation: Rafting - Alaska

Signs - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Indian - Alaska

Mining - Alaska

Fishing - Alaska

Logging: Felling - Alaska

Roads - Alaska

Historical Transportation - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Alaska Aerial Surveys - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Logging Camps and Crews - Alaska

Surveys - Alaska

Pulp and Paper Mills - Alaska

Ocean Scenes - Alaska

Logging: Felling - Alaska

Winter Sports - Alaska

Glaciers - Alaska

Logging: Felling - Alaska

Winter Sports - Alaska

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