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Title: Richard Wood Photograph Collection, 1878-1967Add to your cart.

ID: PO/049

Primary Creator: Wood, Richard

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Date Acquired: 05/04/2009

Subjects: Haida Indians--History., Tlingit art., Tlingit Indians--History., Tsimshian Indians--History.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains historic photos obtained from the operator of Alaskan Heritage Bookshop, Juneau and rare photo and book collector Richard Wood. The photos in this collection date from the late nineteenth-century to the mid-twentieth century and all concern the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people. Images include scenes of Native villages, regalia, individuals, gatherings and other.

Subject/Index Terms

Haida Indians--History.
Tlingit art.
Tlingit Indians--History.
Tsimshian Indians--History.

Administrative Information

Repository: Sealaska Heritage Institute Archives

Acquisition Source: Richard Wood

Acquisition Method: The material in the collection was purchased by SHI from Richard Wood of Juneau, Alaska, operator of Alaskan Heritage Bookshop. Items 1-2 were purchased 5/4/09; Items 3-20 were purchased 5/28/09; and Items 21-35 were purchased 11/13/09; Items 36-73 were purchased on 1/26/2010; Items 74-77 were purchased on 5/13/2011; a digital copy of Item 78 was donated on 7/25/2011; Items 79-89 were purchased on 10/20/2011; Items 90-96 purchased on 10/26/2012;


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Item 1: Black and white albumen photograph of “Interior of Capt. Jakes house, Killisnoo,” by Frank La Roche, circa 1900. Photo shows the interior of the house which displays Tlingit regalia and American military uniforms. 5 x 7.5 inches. Yéik

Item 2: Black and white albumen print and photograph of the village of Gáash T’éiyináa Géeyak’w (translated as Little Bay on the Back Side of Gáash, also known as Cape Fox Village), circa 1900, photographer unknown. Reverse of the photo reads in pen “The Cape Fox Village. A former home of some of the Saxman people.” 5 x 7 inches.

Item 3: Cabinet card photograph labeled “Indian Church at Kiagan, Alaska,” produced by photographer I G. Davidson, circa 1883. Image shows a view of the Haida village of K’áyk’aanii (also known as Kaigani Village) with clan houses, totems, canoes, and a church bell in front of the village. 5 x 8 inches.

Item 4: Cabinet card photograph showing a view of the interior of the Shtax’héen Kwáan Tlingit X’atgu Naasí Hít (also known as the Chief Shakes House), at the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), photograph by Edward Partridge, 1887. 5 x 8 inches. Photograph labeled “Chief Shakes House, Ft. Wrangle [Wrangell].”

Item 5: Cabinet card photograph showing an “Indian wedding” or what appears to be a Rev. Sheldon Jackson performing a marriage for Tlingit named “Donald and Alice Austin,” produced by B. C. Towne, circa 1880s. Image shows a wedding scene, with a Tlingit couple under a bow or wreath of cedar branches inside a church, with Sheldon Jackson holding a book speaking to the couple.

Item 6: Albumen print photograph showing a view of T’aaku Kwáan Tlingit homes in the Gastineau Channel, labeled “Indian huts near Juneau,” photograph by William Partridge, 1886. # 7319. Image shows T’aaku Kwáan village with houses, canoes, tents, and people on the beach. 4.5 x 7 inches.

Item 7: Black and white photograph offering a view of Kadashan house and totem poles at the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), labeled “Kadeshan Totems, Wrangell, Alaska,” photo by Worden, circa 1900. 4 x 10 inches.

Item 8: Black and white photograph labeled “Totem, Wrangell, Alaska,” by Worden, circa 1900. Image shows a young Caucasian girl in Victorian dress standing next to a large killer whale totem in the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People). 4 x 10 inches.

Item 9: Black and white photograph labeled “Totem, Wrangell, Alaska,” by Worden, circa 1900. Image shows a grave or memorial totem for “Kauk-ish,” whose tombstone in the image reads “In memory of Kauk-ish, died 1897, age 68 yrs.” 4 x 10 inches.

Item 10:          Black and white photograph postcard of Ned Williams or "Dah-clet-jah", image labeled “Jan-clet-jah, a Yakutat Native,” by Case & Draper, 1906. Image shows Williams in Tlingit dress, with Chilkat blanket and clan headdress. See de Laguna Under Mount Saint Elias volume 3, page 1059.

Item 11:          Black and white photograph postcard labeled “Totem, Indian Cemetery,” photographer unknown, circa 1910. Image shows a mortuary totem with a hat and crutches attached to it; totem has the moon-face design. A Chilkat blanket hangs in the background.

Item 12:          Black and white photograph postcard showing “Metlakatla, Alaska,” photographer unknown, circa 1900. Image shows the Native Metlakatla Brass Band playing in a town square with numerous people watching and marching, possibly for a 4th of July parade.

Item 13:          Black and white photograph postcard showing a “Totem, Sitka,” by Elite Studio, # 137, circa 1910. Image shows a wooden totem carving, appearing to be a bear.

Item 14:          Black and white photograph postcard labeled and showing a view of “Old Kasaan Indian Village, Ketchikan, Alaska,” sold by Anna B. Caspersen, Ketchikan, postmarked from Killisnoo in 1909. Shows a view of the village of Kasa’áan (translated as Beautiful Village).

Item 15:          Staged studio black and white photograph postcard showing “Native basket weavers,” by Case & Draper, 1906. Image shows a Tlingit woman with child in a mock setting while the woman weaves baskets.

Item 16:          Colored photograph postcard showing “Patsy Henderson, Inimitable Lecturer, Carcross [Yukon Territory],” published by Gowen, Sutten Co., circa 1920. Image shows a man dressed in inland Tlingit attire.

Item 17:          Colored photograph postcard showing “Alaska Indian Costumes,” photographer unknown, postmarked from Wrangell 1909. Image shows Tlingit men displaying traditional regalia.

Item 18:          Colored photograph postcard labeled “Japonski [Island], where the potlatchers were met and feasted by Sitka Natives,” published by Lowman & Handord Co., circa 1904. Image shows a view from the 1904 potlatch at Sitka often referred to as the ‘Last Potlatch.”

Item 19:          Oversized cabinet card labeled “Camp of Auk Indians, Alaska,” by Winter & Pond, 1896. Image purportedly shows an Auk’w Kwáan fishing camp with tents, gear, and Tlingit people. 10 x 12 inches.

Item 20:          Oversized photograph mounted on matt-board showing Shtax’héen Kwáan Tlingit children displaying regalia in front of the X’atgu Naasí Hít (also known as the Chief Shakes House), at the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), image labeled “Totem poles, Chief Shake’s House, Fort Wrangell, Alaska,” by Winter & Pond, 1895. Photo measures 7 x 9 inches.

Item 21:          Cabinet card photograph of “Chief Kawee and tribe, Juneau,” by Winter & Brown, circa 1870s. View shows approximately twenty native men posing in front of a dead brown bear, at what appears to the old Juneau Indian Village. Background shows some native women and children amidst Tlingit homes.

Item 22:          Cabinet card photograph of a Laaxaayík Kwáan (Yakutat) Tlingit village, circa 1880s, by Edward DeGroff. Photograph captures a view looking at the front of four main Tlingit homes. People and canoes are visible.

Item 23:          Cabinet card photograph capturing a view of S’aach Aaní (Fern Country), also known as the Sitka Indian Village, Sitka, Alaska, circa 1880s, by Edward DeGroff. Photo shows houses along the waterfront at S’aach Aaní.

Item 24:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Tlingit canoe with sails on an unknown river, circa 1880s, by Miller-Chase. Photo has seven or eight men in canoe, with sails up and American flag waiving. Photo is labeled as “Miners on the Yukon, Alaska.”

Item 25:          Cabinet card photograph of a Tlingit women posing in a Western-styled dress, by Partridge, circa 1890s. Listed as # 7894 by Partridge, and labeled by Partridge as “Matilda the Indian Belle of Wrangell.” Possibly Matilda “Tillie” Kinnon (1863-1952).

Item 26:          Black and white albumen print photograph of two Tlingit or Haida women sitting in a canoe on the water, original image attributed as E.W. Merrill, circa 1900. Location unknown, but possibly near Juneau. Reverse of the photo contains a partially visible stamp of photographer, with studio at Sitka.

Item 27:          Black and white albumen print photograph of a Tsimshian women and her daughter selling basketry and other Native art items at Metlakatla, Alaska, by Merl. La Voy, circa 1900. View shows women sitting on steps of boardwalk with approximately twenty baskets for sale, some baskets read ‘Metlakatla’.

Item 28:          Black and white albumen print photograph labeled “Taku chief and wife,” dated 1906, photographer H.C. Barley. Center view shows a Tlingit Dakl’eiw Sháa wearing the Raven & Sun Shirt and a shakee.át of the Ishkahittaan clan, with Yaashnoosh (Chief Johnson) of Ishkahittaan clan of the T’aaku Kwáan. Identification by 2010 Harold Jacobs tribal calendar of historical photographs.

Item 29:          Stereoview photograph of “Alaskan Deities, Kasa An Village,” produced by Underwood & Underwood, circa 1900. Photo shows houses and totems of the village of Kasa’áan (translated as Beautiful Village, also known as Kasaan village).

Item 30:          Postcard photograph of Tlingit silversmith Johhny Kasank, labled “Native jeweler making bracelets, Wrangell, Alaska,” postmarked 1910.

Item 31:          Postcard showing Alaska Native art and curios produced in P.E. Kern’s Skagway jewelry store, circa 1910. Postcard shows many Tlingit and Haida designed art pieces, many featuring the swastika design on art, before the swastika became a negative symbol.

Item 32:          Postcard photograph capturing a view of Tlingit shaman Scundoo or “Skan-Doo, a Kak-Von-Ton (Eagle Clan).” Dated 1907 by photographer W.H. Case.

Item 33:          Postcard photograph of “Patsy Henderson, Yukon Lecturer,” circa 1920. Henderson was an inland-Tlingit lecturer.

Item 34:          Postcard photograph of two Tlingit men wearing regalia in front of the X’atgu Naasí Hít (also known as the Chief Shakes House), at the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), labeled “Chief Shake’s House, Shakes in Costume, Wrangell, Alaska,” circa 1900, photographer unknown.

Item 35:          Postcard photograph labeled “Chief Johnson – Head of the one mighty tribe – the Thlingets,” circa 1890s, photographer unknown. Photo shows Johnson wearing clan regalia, with arranged display of regalia and American flag in background. Also written on image is “Otto S.”

Item 36:          Postcard photograph of Tlingit and Haida art taken at Ketchikan, circa 1900. Image shows carved art, masks, beaded blankets, weaved art, and other.

Item 37:          Postcard photograph labeled “Indians in Dancing Costume, Wrangell, Alaska,” postmarked 1911. Image shows three Tlingit men in regalia, possibly at the village of Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People).

Item 38:          Colored postcard photograph of “Chilkat Indian Dancer,” showing a Tlingit man in a Chilkat tunic, circa 1900.

Item 39:          Postcard photograph of Tlingit or Haida Indians photographed in front of a Tlingit or Haida home, with non-Natives standing alongside, possibly non-Natives from a ship, circa 1900.

Item 40:          Black and white photograph of personal library showing a Chilkat blanket hanging on the wall with carved totems, circa 1938.

Item 41:          Tlingit dance program for a dance performance held in Juneau at D. Martini’s circa 1888. Program mentions Chief Kowee and Yash Noosh.

Item 42:          Stereoview of a non-Native dressed as a shaman at the village of Hlaankw’áan (translated as Bark Village, also known as Klinkwan), circa 1900. Patron notice: this photograph is identified as staged photography, of a non-Native dressed as a shaman.

Item 43:          Stereoview photograph of Tlingit family taken at the village of S’aach Aaní (Fern Country), also known as the Sitka Indian Village, 1878.

Item 44:          Stereoview photograph of two Tlingit women at Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), labeled as “Wrangell,” 1878.

Item 45:          Stereoview photograph showing a view of the Kadashan totems and clan houses at Kaachxan.áak’w (Little Lake Accessible to the People), also known as the Wrangell Indian Village, dated 1878/79, photo likely by Richard Maynard.

Item 46:          Cabinet card photograph showing a view of the Haida village of Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village), circa 1880s.

Item 47:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Wrangell Tlingit grave marker, circa 1880s.

Item 48:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Strongman totem at Wrangell, circa 1880s.

Item 49:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Haida home with the Chief Thomas Skulka totem in front of a house, taken at Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village), circa 1880s.

Item 50:          Cabinet card photograph showing funeral totems and a gravesite, circa 1880s. It’s possible that this site is near Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village).

Item 51:          Cabinet card photograph showing Haida totems at Gáwk’yaan (Howkan village), circa 1880s.

Item 52:          Cabinet card photograph showing totems at the Haida village of K’áyk’aanii (also known as Kaigani Village), labeled by photographer as “Indian graves at Kiagan", by I.G. Davison, 1883. Kwáan

Item 53:          Cabinet card photograph showing Tlingit homes at Juneau, by Landerkin & Winter, circa 1880. Photographer’s caption reads “Indian Huts near Juneau, Alaska.”

Item 54:          Cabinet card photograph of a Tlingit man in regalia and clan hat, produced by B.C. Towne, circa 1880s. Photographer likely Edward DeGroff, Tlingit man in picture attributed by Edward DeGroff as Saginaw Jake.

Item 55:          Cabinet card photograph of Haida man standing in front of a Haida home with totem, wood shavings in foreground, in the village of Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village), by Edward DeGroff, circa 1880s.

Item 56:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Tlingit family sitting in front of a clan house, by Edward DeGroff, circa 1880s. Image appears to have been taken at Yakutat.

Item 57:          Cabinet card photograph showing Tlingit women weaving and selling baskets at Sitka, by Edward DeGroff, circa 1880s. Photographer’s caption reads “50. Basket Makers, Sitka, Alaska.”

Item 58:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Tlingit women at Sitka in Western dress, by Reuben Albertstone, circa 1880s. Photographer’s handwritten caption reads “Yah-Yicks a civilized Alaskan belle.

Item 59:          Cabinet card photograph showing a view of S’aach Aaní (Fern Country), also known as the Sitka Indian Village, including homes, people, and salmon hanging to dry, smoke in foreground near fish, by Reuben Albertstone, circa 1880s.

Item 60:          Cabinet card photograph showing an interior view of a Tlingit home at S’aach Aaní (Fern Country), also known as the Sitka Indian Village, labeled “Interior of Indian House, Sitka,” by Partridge, # 7812, circa 1886.

Item 61:          Cabinet card photograph showing Tlingit children and youths at the Presbyterian “Sitka Training School,” Sheldon Jackson on right foreground, by E.J. Partridge, # 7982, circa 1887.

Item 62:          Cabinet card showing a Tlingit family likely at Sitka, by Partridge, # 7850, circa 1886. Photograph shows the two Tlingit women with short hair and ash-darkened faces for the Tlingit custom of being in mourning.

Item 63:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Chilkat blanket and eleven argillite totems, by Partridge, # 7859, circa 1886.

Item 64:          Cabinet card photograph showing a Haida family at the Loring Cannery, Alaska, circa 1880s, photographer unknown.

Item 65:          Cabinet card photograph showing the Juneau Indian Village and a gathering of Tlingit, photographer unknown, circa 1888.

Item 66:          Cabinet card photograph showing three Tlingit men on board a ship, circa 1880s. Left to right; unidentified, Chief Kowee, and Chief Aanyalahaash.

Item 67:          Staged studio cabinet card photograph of four Tlingit women posing with Tlingit art at Juneau, by Winter & Pond, circa 1890s.

Item 68:          Cabinet card photograph of Tlingit at Tlákw.aan (known today as Klukwan), posing in regalia for a potlatch or event, by Winter & Pond, 1895.

Item 69:          Cabinet card photograph showing Tlingit children gathering herring on a Douglas Island beach, near Juneau, Alaska, by Winter & Pond, 1895.

Item 70:          Cabinet card photograph showing the main street in Sitka and Tlingit women selling baskets and art in from of the Sitka Trading Co. store, by F. LaRoche, 1898.

Item 71:          Oversized cabinet card photograph showing Tlingit grave markers on Wrangell Island, by I.W. Taber, 1889. Photographer’s caption reads “Indian Graves and Totems, near Fort Wrangle, Alaska.”

Item 72:          Oversize cabinet card photograph showing a view of the X’atgu Naasí Hít (also known as the Chief Shakes House), at the village Kaachxan.áak’w (translated as Little Lake Accessible to the People), by S.R. Stoddard, 1892. Photographer’s caption reads “Totem Poles at house of Chief Shakes, Ft. Wrangell, Alaska.”

Item 73:          Photograph of Fredrica de Laguna, while Curator of U of Pennsylvania Museum, wearing Tlingit regalia and holding a Tlingit clan hat, 11/18/1931, photographer unknown. Frontlet headdress appears to be Angoon Deisheetaan, showing the Beaver/Dragonfly on the frontlet. She appears to be holding a Sitka Coho clan [?] hat.

Item 74:          Oversized cabinet card showing a group photograph of the Tlingit baseball team “Alaskans” in their baseball uniforms, undated, photography by E. Andrews of Douglas, Alaska. Note: Research by Richard Wood uncovered mention of how Tlingit culture-bearer J. B. Fawcett (1889-1983) (Tseexwaa) was a baseball “player and manager for the Hoonah baseball team called the ‘Alaskans.’” (Dauenhauer and Dauenhauer, 1994), and additional individuals from Hoonah have confirmed that this is the Hoonah team known as the Alaskans.

Item 75:          Postcard photograph of four Tlingit women in regalia at Wrangell, Alaska, postmarked 1907, photo by E. Matheson. Label for photograph reads “Indian women in dancing costume, Wrangell, Alaska.” One individual in the picture was identified by the postcard sender as Kalton, and then Kalton’s daughter, but this has been contested. A publication (B. Demerjian, 2011: 101) identifies three of the women in the photo; left to right; Mrs. Barney Williams, Suzie Jones (wife if Charlie Jones/Chief Shakes VII), and Tahltan Jennie (d. 1921).

Item 76:          Postcard photograph showing a Tlingit man in a Chilkat blanket, undated, by Schallevers. Photograph is labeled as being “Chief Jim Takgook of Juneau, AK.”

Item 77:          Photograph of unidentified Tlingit man in Chilkat robe, with raven rattle, and clan hat, undated, photographer unknown.

Item 78:          Stereoview photograph of Yendeiyank, also known as George Schwatka, on a horse at Haines, Alaska circa 1900. Original stereoview and digital copy on CD-R. Historical note: Yendeiyank (Shangukeidí Clan) of Klukwan is sometimes remembered as a guide to non-Natives who traveled inland during the gold rush era and exploration period, slightly before and after the turn of the century. In 1883 the federal government sent 1st Lt. Frederick Gustavus Schwatka (1849-1892) to Alaska to conduct a survey of routes from Haines to Fort Selkirk, Yukon. Lt. Schwatka hired Yendeiyank to guide his party for the survey. Yendeiyank did so, but Schwatka reportedly refused to pay him after his work concluded. Yendeiyank told Schwatka that he would take his last name for the rest of Yendeiyank’s life as a ridicule payment, and thereafter Yendeiyank was known as George Schwatka. Today the Shangukeidí wear the U.S. Naval uniform as a ridicule payment.

Item 79:          Postcard photograph of “Natives on dock at Yakutat, Alaska selling moccasins,” circa 1920, photographer unknown.

Item 80:          Postcard photograph of five Tlingit men in regalia, photograph taken at Sitka, circa 1904, photographer unknown. Postmarked 1952 from Sitka. [Alaska State Library Historical Collections owns a copy of the same photograph, which as of 2011 was titled/labeled; “Raven Coho Tribe; Dat-woo doo oo of Sitka lived at Klukwan most of his life. Wife eek-thla.” Call # ASL-P297-096.

Item 81:          Postcard photograph of “Street scene, Tenakee,” circa 1900, photograph by Blankenberg. Image shows a street scene of Tenakee Spring, a Tlingit village, with some Tlingit children on the streets. Postmarked from Tenakee Springs.

Item 82:          Colored photograph postcard of “Indian house and totem pole, Ketchikan, Alaska,” postmarked 1910, photographer unknown but postcard was created for “On Line Pacific Coast Steamship Co. Totem Pole Route.”

Item 83:          Photograph postcard of “Indian totem poles, northern British Columbia,” undated, photographer unknown. Shows possible Haida village.

Item 84:          Cabinet card of Tlingit elder Ioann [Ivan] Tlantech, Tlingit name L.aanteech, of the Sheey At'iká Khwáan, Kaagwaantaan clan, Diexh' Xh'awool Hít (Two Door House), at Sitka circa 1880s, photograph by Edward DeGroff. Information courtesy Harold Jacobs.

Item 85:          Cabinet card of Tlingit men standing on the beach at Douglas Island (Juneau in the background) with Tlingit women seated in a Tlingit canoe, circa 1886, photograph by Partridge.

Item 86:          Cabinet card photograph labeled “Fort Wrangle [Wrangell]” and showing part of the town of Wrangell, a Tlingit killer whale totem, and part of Kaachxan.áak’w (Little Lake Accessible to the People), also known as the Wrangell Indian Village, circa 1886, photograph by Partridge.

Item 87:          Cabinet card of studio portrait photograph of [L to R] William A. Kelly, Sheldon Jackson [seated], and A.E. Austin, Presbyterian mission leadership at Sitka, dated April 18, 1869, photograph by the Reuben Alberstone & Co.

Item 88:          Photograph mounted on backing showing and labeled “Sitka – Indian canoes and salmon drying racks on beach,” photograph likely by Partridge, circa 1886. Likely on the beachfront at S’aach Aaní (Fern Country), also known as the Sitka Indian Village,

Item 89:          Photograph showing Tlingit dancers at Port Chilkoot performing for tourists, dated September 16, 1964, photograph by Horace Sutton.

Item 90:          Photograph labeled as “Tlinget [sic] camp at eulachon fishing ground, Chilkat River, Alaska,” by Case & Draper, circa 1900.

Item 91:          Photograph labeled as “Totem Pole at Fort Wrangle [sic], Alaska,” photo attributed to Davidson, 1883. Shows Tlingit homes and totems at Kaachxan.áak’w (Little Lake Accessible to the People), also known as the Wrangell Indian Village.

Item 92:          Photograph of a Taku village homes, photo likely by Partridge, circa 1887. Village site was located on the mainland across from Douglas Island, south of present-day Juneau.

Item 93:          Photograph labeled as “Totem Poles at Kiagan, Alaska,” photo attributed to Davidson, 1883. Shows a Haida home with totems at the village of K’áyk’aanii (also known as Kaigani Village).

Item 94:          Photograph labeled as “Chief’s Residence at Kiagan, Alaska,” photo attributed to Davidson, 1883. Shows a Haida homes with totems and family in front at the village of K’áyk’aanii (also known as Kaigani Village).

Item 95:          Postcard photograph showing a Haida man with woman and child, while he is carving a Haida canoe, circa 1910, location near former communities of Calder and Tokeen, Prince of Wales Island.

Item 96:          Postcard photograph showing a Tsimshian man carving with art on display, circa 1930s, location unknown.

Item 97:          Cabinet card photograph showing mission leaders and missionaries Sheldon Jackson, Alice Fletcher, Kate Foote, an unidentified man, and captain of the ship Leo in 1886 looking over a map of Alaska as they sailed the coasts of Alaska in 1886 about the Leo to divide up Alaska into religious denominational territories for proselytizing, photograph by Bell, 1886.

Item 98:          Un-mounted albumen print photograph showing a view of the beach and homes at Angoon, photo by Partridge, circa 1886.

Item 99:          Un-mounted albumen print photograph showing a view of the Native homes at Wrangell, photo by Partridge, circa 1886.

Item 100:        Postcard photographs showing herring eggs drying near Sitka, photo labeled “Spawn drying in the sun neat Sitka, AK”, circa 1900, photographer unknown.

Item 101:        Postcard photograph showing Tlingit women at Yakutat on the wharf selling moccasins and beadwork, photo labeled “Moccasin shop at Manning at Yakutat, Alaska”, circa 1900, photographer unknown.

Item 102:        Postcard photograph showing Tlingit women at Yakutat aboard a canoe in the water and seeking to board the ship Manning [?] sell moccasins and beadwork, photo labeled “among moccasin sellers alongside manning”, circa 1900, photographer unknown.

Item 103:        Postcard photograph of Tlingit Louis Shotridge in regalia and holding dagger, dated 1912, photographer unlisted.

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