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National Geographic Society Katmai Expeditions photographs

Guide to the National Geographic Society Katmai expeditions photographs
1913-1919

Collection number: HMC-0186.
Creators:
National Geographic Society.
Basinger, A. J.
Church, D. B.
Folsom, L. G.
Fulton, B. B. (Bentley Ball), 1889-.
Griggs, Robert F. (Robert Fiske), b. 1881.
Hagelbarger, Paul Rarey
Hagelbarger, Ralph
Helt, Richard E.
Henning, William Lewis, 1900-1981
Kolb, Emery Clifford, 1881-1976
Sayre, Jasper Dean, 1893-
Shipley, J. W.
Zies, E. G. (Emanuel George), 1883-1981
Title: National Geographic Society Katmai expeditions photographs.
Dates: 1913-1919
Volume of collection: 3.0 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Collection materials in English.
Collection summary: Photographic albums documenting a series of National Geographic Society expeditions to the Katmai area after the 1912 eruption.

Organizational history:
The eruption of Mt. Katmai on the Alaska Peninsula in 1912 was one of the great volcanic events of modern history. The eruption covered the town of Kodiak with almost one foot of ash and the explosion was reportedly heard as far away as Juneau, 750 miles distant. To study this phenomena the National Geographic Society launched several scientific investigating expeditions to Katmai and surrounding areas affected by the eruption. There was a brief expedition to Kodiak and Afognak Islands, led by George C. Martin in 1912 to study the effects of ashfall from the Katmai explosion. Other expeditions to the volcano itself were launched between 1913 and 1919, the most significant of which were those of 1917 and 1919. These expeditions were under the direction of Robert F. Griggs, who later published a book and several articles on the phenomena. One direct result of the expeditions was the creation of the Katmai National Monument in 1918 by proclamation of President Woodrow Wilson.

Collection description:
The collection consists of eight volumes of photographs made by staff members of the expeditions. They provide documentary pictorial evidence of the expeditions and also present many views of Alaskan scenery, towns and villages, various ships and boats, flora and fauna, and natives. There are 4,839 black and white photographs for the years 1913, 1915-1919. Many of the photograph numbers include the initials of the photographers, all listed above with one exception: DBL who has not yet been identified.

Arrangement: The albums were retained intact and kept in roughly chronological order either by date provided or by photograph number.

Alternative formats: Archives and Special Collections holds copy negatives made from over 1,000 of the photographs.

Digitized copies: Digital copies of 600 of the images have been placed online in the Alaska’s Digital Archives. For information about obtaining digital copies of those or as yet undigitized materials, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Rights note: Archives and Special Collections does not hold copyright to these images. Some images may be in the public domain, the National Geographic Society may own copyright to some, and the copyright to others may be retained elsewhere. Please consult the Archives prior to any use of these images.

Preferred citation: National Geographic Society Katmai expeditions photographs, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Acquisition note: The date and the source of the materials as given to the Consortium Library is unknown. The materials were placed in Archives and Special Collections in 1979 and 1982.

Processing information: This collection was described prior to 1990.

Location of originals: The National Geographic Society offices still retain a full set of the Katmai expedition photographs.

Container list:

Volume Photo number Caption (descriptions provided where caption not available) Date
1 1 Open field along riverbank. 1913
1 2 Patch of trees along riverbank. 1913
1 3 River rapids. 1913
1 4 Beached fishing boat Gjoa. 1913
1 5 Over hanging tree along riverbank. 1913
1 7 Plant growing on a tree trunk. 1913
1 8 Tall tree. 1913
1 9 Tree trunk. 1913
1 10 Ocean strait between two islands. 1913
1 11 Men posing on boat. 1913
1 12 Mountains along ocean strait. 1913
1 14 Creek flowing into bay. 1913
1 16 Remains of avalanche slide area. 1913
1 17 Ship in ocean bay. 1913
1 18 Men posing on a boat. 1913
1 19 Men posing on a boat. 1913
1 20 Plant flowering in woods. 1913
1 21 Mountains along ocean. 1913
1 22 Sun setting on ocean inlet. 1913
1 23 Strait between two islands. 1913
1 24 Village along the coast. 1913
1 27 Mountains along ocean inlet. 1913
1 28 Mountains along ocean inlet. 1913
1 29 Mountains along ocean inlet. 1913
1 30 Picture of mountains along ocean inlet. 1913
1 32 Small island in ocean bay. 1913
1 33 Avalanche remains along mountainside. 1913
1 35 Canyon along mountain face. 1913
1 36 Picture of waterfall from mountain side road. 1913
1 40 Large iceberg. 1913
1 41 Large iceberg with mountains in the background. 1913
1 42 Large iceberg. 1913
1 43 Two mountains separated by ocean strait. 1913
1 44 Mountain scenery along ocean. 1913
1 45 Mountain scenery along ocean. 1913
1 46 Mountain range along ocean. 1913
1 47 Mountain range along ocean. 1913
1 48 Mountain range along ocean. 1913
1 49 Trees overlooking small cove. 1913
1 50 Picture of local vegetation. 1913
1 51 Kelp. 1913
1 52 Glacier front along ocean. 1913
1 53 Marshy area in Yakutat. 1913
1 54 Marsh area in Yakutat. 1913
1 55 Remains of dead forest. 1913
1 56 Remains of dead forest 1913
1 57 Picture of marsh next to railroad. 1913
1 58 Picture of a river. 1913
1 59 Man posing in front of cabin with bear skins. 1913
1 61 Picture of several cabins. 1913
1 62 Tree fungus. 1913
1 63 Picture of town along coast. 1913
1 64 Mountain range along coast. 1913
1 65 Scenery along ocean coast. 1913
1 66 Scenery along ocean coast. 1913
1 67 Picture of meadow and forest in background. 1913
1 68 Moss growing along hillside. 1913
1 69 Man coming out of brush. 1913
1 70 Remains of avalanche with creek flowing into ocean. 1913
1 73 Man holding large piece of kelp. 1913
1 74 Picture of mountain face inside ocean cove. 1913
1 75 Remains of glacier close to shore. 1913
1 78 Picture of nest with bird eggs. 1913
1 79 Picture of nest with bird eggs. 1913
1 80 Picture of nest with bird eggs. 1913
1 84 Picture of barnacles on rocks. 1913
1 85 Picture of Gjoa. 1913
1 86 Picture of large kelp. 1913
1 87 Seaweed attached to rock. 1913
1 88 Kelp laid out on paper. 1913
1 89 Rocks along the low tide seashore. 1913
1 90 Man holding large kelp. 1913
1 91 Seaweed attached to rock. 1913
1 92 Moss growing on rocks. 1913
1 93 Seaweed laid out on paper. 1913
1 94 Town along the coast. 1913
1 95 Receding Glacier on land. 1913
1 96 Receding Glacier with man in background. 1913
1 97 Receding glacier on land. 1913
1 98 Close up of glacier face looking at side. 1913
1 99 Close up of glacier fissures. 1913
1 100 Looking from glacier back toward the ocean. 1913
1 101 Looking from glacier back toward the ocean. 1913
1 102 Three men posing in front of glacier. 1913
1 103 Knife in sand pointing to bear track. 1913
1 104 Receding glacier on land. 1913
1 105 Hills along bay. 1913
1 106 Carved bluff along bay. 1913
1 107 Construction of dock along coast. 1913
1 108 Mountain range along coast. 1913
1 109 Picture of mountain with snow. 1913
1 110 Mountain range along coast line. 1913
1 111 Mountain range along coast line. 1913
1 112 Mountain range along coast line. 1913
1 113 Mud flats with forest and mountains in background. 1913
1 114 Eskimo boy in kayak next to dock. 1913
1 115 Remains of primitive cabin. 1913
1 116 View of inlet and mountains from another mountain. 1913
1 117 High cliffs above inlet with mountain in background. 1913
1 118 High cliffs above inlet mountain in background. 1913
1 119 Ptarmigan on bluff. 1913
1 120 Ptarmigan on bluff. 1913
1 121 High cliffs above inlet with mountains in background. 1913
1 122 Mountains along the coast line. 1913
1 123 Mountains along coast line. 1913
1 124 A mountain along coast line. 1913
1 125 Volcanic ash piles with water around them. 1913
1 126 Snow covered volcano. 1913
1 127 Volcano covered with snow, shrouded by clouds. 1913
1 128 Mountains along coastline. 1913
1 129 Looking up at a mountain from below. 1913
1 130 Man next to tree with mountains in background. 1913
1 131 Barn collapsed by volcanic ash. 1913
1 132 Home with volcanic ash piled up next to it. 1913
1 133 Unknown structure covered with volcanic ash. 1913
1 134 Home collapsed by volcanic ash. 1913
1 135 Man next to collapsed house. 1913
1 136 Ash covered trees. 1913
1 137 Ash covered trees. 1913
1 138 Coastline picture of Kodiak. 1913
1 139 Close up picture of Kodiak. 1913
1 140 Hills covered in ash. 1913
1 141 Hills covered in ash. 1913
1 142 Stream in Kodiak plugged by ash. 1913
1 143 Tree trunks covered in ash. 1913
1 144 Russian Orthodox graveyard in Kodiak. 1913
1 145 Two men in dingy rowing in bay. 1913
1 146 Mud flats covered in ash. 1913
1 147 Garden buried in ash/house in background. 1913
1 148 Several homes surrounded by ash, Kodiak. 1913
1 149 Two houses on a hill and ash covered lawns, Kodiak. 1913
1 150 Several houses on a hill and ash covered lawns, Kodiak. 1913
1 151 Small bush in a meadow/mountain in background 1913
1 152 Wildflowers on a hill. 1913
1 153 Wildflowers in a meadow 1913
1 154 Large bush on a hill, mountain in background. 1913
1 155 Tundra, body of water to right, mountains in background. 1913
1 156 Four trees in a grove/mountains in background. 1913
1 157 Creek coming down mountain side into bay. 1913
1 158 End of bay/mountains in backdrop. 1913
1 159 Craggy mountain near shore. 1913
1 160 Wildflowers on a hill. 1913
1 161 Wildflowers. 1913
1 162 Wildflowers. 1913
1 163 Wildflowers. 1913
1 164 Looking down on lake/mountains in background. 1913
1 165 Wildflowers. 1913
1 166 Wildflowers/local grass. 1913
1 167 Close up of plants on a sand dune. 1913
1 168 Several sand dunes with flowering plants. 1913
1 169 Grasses hanging down sandy embankment. 1913
1 170 Sand embankment almost covered in flowering plants. 1913
1 171 Hat with tape player next to flowering plants. 1913
1 172 Close up of flowering plants/tape player. 1913
1 173 Mud flats at low tide with seaweed. 1913
1 174 Mud flats at low tide with seaweed. 1913
1 175 Mud flats at low tide with seaweed. 1913
1 176 Two men on the tundra. 1913
1 177 Hat with tundra as backdrop. 1913
1 178 Pond on the tundra. 1913
1 179 Dried out creek bed along hill. 1913
1 180 Wild plants and flowers. 1913
1 181 Several ponds on the tundra. 1913
1 182 Several ponds on the tundra. 1913
1 183 Rocky mountains along coast. 1913
1 184 Town on the coast with mountains in background. 1913
1 185 Two men sitting on edge of Gjoa. 1913
1 186 One man sitting on roof with charts. 1913
1 187 Unknown buildings along the coast. 1913
1 188 Wildflowers among tall grass. 1913
1 189 Steep mountain on the coast. 1913
1 190 Gjoa. 1913
1 191 Steep hills coming down to coastline. 1913
1 192 Mountains along coast line. 1913
1 193 Killer whale following boat. 1913
1 194 Two killer whales following boat. 1913
1 195 Man with folded hands on Gjoa. 1913
1 196 Craggy islands along coastline. 1913
1 197 Two men with charts, Gjoa. 1913
1 198 Bunk beds on Gjoa. 1913
1 199 Bunk bed with sink. 1913
1 201 Man with folded hand on Gjoa. 1913
1 202 Hollow rock down along the coast. 1913
1 203 Forest with big trees. 1913
1 204 Wildflowers in the sand. 1913
1 205 Slate rock with broken egg shells. 1913
1 206 Bird rookery. 1913
1 206 Bird rookery. 1913
1 209 Town of Uzneki from coastline. 1913
1 210 Close up of Uzneki. 1913
1 211 Fisherman’s catch of sea bass. 1913
1 212 Garden redug after ash fall out. 1913
1 214 Buildings along coast line. 1913
1 215 House next to hill accompanied by pile of ash. 1913
1 216 Trees covered with ash. 1913
1 217 Wildflowers next to tree. 1913
1 218 Man in tall grass with trees in background. 1913
1 219 Wild plants. 1913
1 220 Wild flowers. 1913
1 221 Tall white wildflowers. 1913
1 222 Local vegetation. 1913
1 223 Ferns and vegetation. 1913
1 224 Wildflowers in rocky crevasse. 1913
1 225 Aleut family in front of home. 1913
1 226 Man in the bushes. 1913
1 229 Local vegetation. 1913
1 231 Man in front of ash covered hill. 1913
1 235 Ash covered beach/hill in background. 1913
1 241 Tall grasses/church on top. 1913
1 242 Sod cabin with wild flower in front. 1913
1 243 Not covered building among tall grass. 1913
1 244 Bush among tall grasses. 1913
1 245 Tall grass. 1913
1 246 Tall grass. 1913
1 247 Wildflowers among the rocks. 1913
1 248 Hat among the rocks and plants. 1913
1 250 Wildflowers on a hillside. 1913
1 251 Mountain side with patch of snow. 1913
1 252 Mountain side with vegetation. 1913
1 254 Vegetation among rocks. 1913
1 255 Vegetation among rocks. 1913
1 256 Wild vegetation on rock. 1913
1 257 Three men along grassy beach at low tide. 1913
1 258 Look out over drainage and bay. 1913
1 259 Wild vegetation. 1913
1 260 Wildflowers. 1913
1 261 Waterfall along mountainside. 1913
1 262 Wildflowers. 1913
1 264 Double image of man and mountain. 1913
1 265 Man with caribou head. 1913
1 266 Three men gutting a caribou. 1913
1 267 Three men on a hill. 1913
1 268 Vegetation on tundra. 1913
1 269 Rocky cliffs above ocean. 1913
1 270 Man holding fish head in boat. 1913
1 272 Man among tall grass on a hill. 1913
1 273 Vegetation on rocky hill. 1913
1 274 Looking out over inlet and mountains. 1913
1 275 Looking out over inlet and mountains. 1913
1 276 Sheer cliff island. 1913
1 277 Meadow on a gentle hill. 1913
1 278 Wildflowers. 1913
1 279 Wildflowers. 1913
1 280 Large three sail ship in the bay. 1913
1 290 Ash covered vegetation on beach with hat. 1913
1 291 Flat tundra with mountain in background. 1913
1 292 Wildflowers on tundra. 1913
1 293 Man on a dock. 1913
1 294 Man on a dock. 1913
1 1 Feeding sea gulls floating on the water. 1915
1 2 Rocky shore/tree overhanging. 1915
1 3 Man holding fish. 1915
1 4 Little girl crying on beach. 1915
1 5 Sod cabin surrounded by grass. 1915
1 6 Cabins alone on the beach. 1915
1 7 Footprints in the ash. 1915
1 8 Photo of boat cutting through water. 1915
1 9 Close up of small boat in water. 1915
1 10 Close up of small boat with three men. 1915
1 11 White dog tied to deck of boat. 1915
1 12 Man feeling through mud with backpack. 1915
1 13 Hat in the ash. 1915
1 14 Wood stacked in pile on beach. 1915
1 15 Picture of rocky mountain along the side. 1915
1 16 Camp area at dusk with two men around fire. 1915
1 17 Camp area around receding glacier. 1915
1 18 Man posing with cactus in rocky desert. 1915
1 19 Creek with tall trees in background. 1915
1 20 Big cactus in rocky desert. 1915
1 21 Man posing with cactus in rocky desert. 1915
1 22 Waves pounding on rocky shore. 1915
1 23 Entering dock area of small town. 1915
1 24 Hollow rock formation along shore/town in background. 1915
1 25 Large building along waterfront. 1915
1 26 Fish boats in port at Kodiak. 1915
1 27 Several boats and barge being towed, Kodiak. 1915
1 28 Rocky shoreline with forest. 1915
1 29 Rocky shore line with forest. 1915
1 30 Smooth ocean with land in background. 1915
1 31 Wake behind ship with three islands in background. 1915
1 32 Ocean with island in background. 1915
1 33 Bay with island to the right. 1915
1 34 Big ship tying up at dock (general). 1915
1 35 Shoreline picture of log in water, forest along coast. 1915
1 36 Fishing boats/village along coast. 1915
1 38 Ocean view of coastal city. 1915
1 39 Mountain along coastline. 1915
1 40 Graveyard on hill above town. 1915
1 41 Fishing boats/barge near Kodiak. 1915
1 42 Ships tied up along the dock. 1915
1 43 Group of people posing on Admiral Evans. 1915
1 44 View of people on dock, processing plant, and mountains in background. 1915
1 45 Long dock along coast line. 1915
1 46 Railroad station, warehouse buildings in background. 1915
1 47 Half sunken ship in harbor. 1915
1 48 Low tide in harbor. 1915
1 49 Loose rock on slope. 1915
1 50 Ocean with mountain range in background. 1915
1 51 Canyon cutting through rock face, ash sitting on top. 1915
1 52 Fishing boats beached during low tide. 1915
1 53 Dogs along a walkway. 1915
1 54 Five dogs on dock looking out over water. 1915
1 55 Row of houses. 1915
1 56 Abner Covran. 1915
1 57 Abner Covran and ship in background. 1915
1 58 Low tide along shore/ship at dock. 1915
1 59 High tide along shore/ship at dock. 1915
1 60 Admiral Evans docked along shore. 1915
1 61 Admiral Evans in harbor. 1915
1 62 Small bush community. 1915
1 63 Moss covered tree. 1915
1 64 Wildflowers along hillside, forest in background. 1915
1 65 Dog sitting on a plank. 1915
1 RFG3500 Looking up Bright Angel Creek in the Grand Canyon from Kolb Brothers’ Studio. 1915
1 RFG3501 Looking down the canyon from the vicinity of the hotel. 1915
1 RFG3502 Ranch on the plains near Trinidad, Colorado. 1915
1 RFG3503 Ephedra growing in the Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3504 Grand Canyon sky-scape. 1915
1 RFG3505 Typical vegetation on the rim of the Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3506 Looking down a side gulch to the west of the Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3507 The Grand Canyon wall from the Indian Gardens. The roof of El Touar Hotel may just be made out. 1915
1 RFG3508 Looking across the lower canyon. 1915
1 RFG3509 Pack train on Bright Angel Trail near Indian Gardens. 1915
1 RFG3510 Agave in the Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3511 Vegetation on the plateau, Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3512 Ephedra growing on the plateau of the Grand Canyon. 1915
1 RFG3513 The inner canyon. 1915
1 RFG3514 The inner canyon. 1915
1 RFG3515 Looking across the canyon from the plateau. 1915
1 RFG3516 A storm up Bright Angel Creek. 1915
1 RFG3517 Characteristics of holophytic plant on sea cliff near San Diego, California. 1915
1 RFG3518 Looking up Bright Angel Trail. 1915
1 RFG3519 Looking across the canyon from a side gulch near the hotel. 1915
1 RFG3520 Elk kelp on the beach, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3521 Characteristic vegetation of the desert. 1915
1 RFG3522 Elk Kelp on the beach at La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3523 Torrey Pine near La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3524 The habitat of the Torrey pine. 1915
1 RFG3525 Torrey pine near La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3526 Torrey pine near La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3527 Elk kelp on the beach, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3528 Elk kelp on the beach, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3529 Habitat of the Torrey pine. 1915
1 RFG3530 Torrey pines. 1915
1 RFG3531 Surf at La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3532 Characteristic vegetation of the desert. 1915
1 RFG3533 Torrey pines. 1915
1 RFG3534 A balsam poplar tree near the head of Cook Inlet. 1915
1 RFG3535 Forest of birch and spruce at the head of Cook Inlet. 1915
1 RFG3536 At Valdez on the Inside Passage. 1915
1 RFG3537 Fairweather Range from outside Cape Spencer. 1915
1 RFG3538 Petersburg on the Inside Passage. 1915
1 RFG3539 Distant glacier from Icy Strait. 1915
1 RFG3540 Characteristic holophytic plant at La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3541 Torrey Pine country. 1915
1 RFG3542 Black spruce in bog at head of Cook Inlet. 1915
1 RFG3543 Characteristic holophytic plant at La Jolla. 1915
1 RFG3544 Landing sheep for settler’s ranch at Uyuk. 1915
1 RFG3545 Black spruce in bog at the head of Cook Inlet. 1915
1 RFG3546 Drift of ash at the Frye-Buhn Ranch south of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3547 A native bidarki in Kodiak harbor. 1915
1 RFG3548 Landing sheep for settler’s ranch at Uyak. 1915
1 RFG3549 Walk on Wood Island near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3550 Kodiak from the old cemetery. Duplicating picture published in the Geographic of 1912, page 826. 1915
1 RFG3551 The new Russian Orthodox cemetery, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3552 Native boys at Kodiak engaged in Fourth of July string chewing contest. 1915
1 RFG3553 Native boys at Kodiak engaged in Fourth of July string chewing contest. 1915
1 RFG3554 Fourth of July foot race at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3555 An Irish Lord caught from the dock at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3556 Dense stand of beach rye coming through the ash. 1915
1 RFG3557 Water lilies coming through the ash in a pond which was completely filled up. 1915
1 RFG3558 Cove on Near Island. Duplicating a picture taken from the same position in 1913. 1915
1 RFG3559 Silene Acaulis in flower, Barometer Mountain. 1915
1 RFG3560 Landing sheep for a settler at Uyak. 1915
1 RFG3561 Landing sheep for a settler at Uyak. 1915
1 RFG3562 Willow coming up through drift of ash, Piller Mountain, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3563 Alpine flower of the pink family, Barometer Mountain. 1915
1 RFG3564 Water lilies coming up through the ash at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3565 Fairweather range from the boat. 1915
1 RFG3566 Diving for pennies on the Fourth of July at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3567 Alpine flower of the pink family, Barometer Mountain. 1915
1 RFG3568 Oats grown in the ash, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3569 Yard covered with turf, of equisetum, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3570 Native child, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3571 Willow forming prostrate rosette on the ash. 1915
1 RFG3572 A bog grown up in horsetail, south of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3573 Trail along the beach near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3574 A turnip grown at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3575 Fireweed growing through the ash drifts, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3576 Rocky point on the beach north of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3577 Masses of moss on the trees in the forest near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3578 Fireweed in plowed field, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3579 Fireweed struggling against driving ash in a plowed field, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3580 Yard covered with turf of equisetum, Kodiak 1915
1 RFG3581 Vegetation Station 21, beginning of salt marsh near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3582 A bog grown up in horsetail south of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3583 Mortensia maritiama on the beach near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3608 Fulton and Mary Folsom on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3609 The chapel and girls’ dormitory of the Kodiak Baptist Orphanage, Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3610 The chapel and girls’ dormitory of the Kodiak Baptist Orphanage, Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3611 Main building, Kodiak Baptist Orphanage. 1915
1 RFG3612 Ash covered bog on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3613 Field of oats at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3614 Grass coming through the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3615 Vegetation Station 27. 1915
1 RFG3616 Ash flat, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3617 Buildings of the governmental experimental farm, Kalson Bay. 1915
1 RFG3618 An ash filled lagoon, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3619 Bank of Katmai River. 1915
1 RFG3620 Dwelling house at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3621 Horsetail sending runners out into ash flat. 1915
1 RFG3622 Shoots of poplar dying from starvation, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3623 The only spring of live alder found on the mainland, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3624 Poplar trees sending out sprouts from dormant buds. 1915
1 RFG3625 Poplar trees sending out sprouts from dormant buds. 1915
1 RFG3626 Seedlings coming up along runway of the stream where planted by the water. 1915
1 RFG3627 A rosette of prostrate new growth of pussy willow which formerly grew upright. 1915
1 RFG3628 Horsetail coming through in the bottom of a gully where the ash was so thick that nothing could penetrate on the level. 1915
1 RFG3629 Minulus langsdorfii growing on clod of old soil in the 1ash covered country. 1915
1 RFG3630 Elderberries coming up through ash and fruiting luxuriantly. 1915
1 RFG3631 Looking out toward the sea from Katmai Village. 1915
1 RFG3632 Devil club excavated to show new roots which have been putting out, especially at the surface of the ash layer. The layers and character of the ashfall is well known. Near base camp, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3633 Rosettes of pussy willows coming out at the surface of the ground. 1915
1 RFG3634 One of the houses and the church, Katmai Village. 1915
1 RFG3635 Church, Katmai Village. 1915
1 RFG3636 Interior of Katmai Church. 1915
1 RFG3637 Exploring in a dust storm. 1915
1 RFG3638 Interior of Katmai Church after the flood. 1915
1 RFG3639 Quicksands of Katmai River from the Village. 1915
1 RFG3640 Our trail up the valley during the dust storm. 1915
1 RFG3641 Delta of ash deposited by side stream, later cut into. 1915
1 RFG3642 Scrubby new growth of poplars, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3643 Eagle shot by Fulton near base camp. 1915
1 RFG3644 Straining water through a food bag, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3645 Irregular deposits of pomile from an overloaded stream. 1915
1 RFG3646 Trunk of a poplar tree, Soluka Creek Valley. The rifle gives the scale. 1915
1 RFG3647 Herbage coming up from a place which the ash has removed, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3648 Struggling in the quicksands of Katmai River. 1915
1 RFG3649 Storm burrowing through snow drifts beneath ash. 1915
1 RFG3650 Stream emerging from snow drift beneath ash. 1915
1 RFG3651 Looking through dead forest across Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3652 Thick deposits of ash on a tributary of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3653 Grass coming up on the bank cleared of ash, Soluka Creek. This and similar pictures show the vegetation was not destroyed by the eruption itself. 1915
1 RFG3654 In the quicksands, Katmai River. 1915
1 RFG3655 Grass coming through on the back from which the ash was cleared. 1915
1 RFG3656 Heavy deposit of ash at the mouth of the stream, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3657 Fording Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3658 Quicksands, Katmai River. 1915
1 RFG3659 Mud around the church, Katmai Village. 1915
1 RFG3660 Flood debris left high in a tree in the upper valley. 1915
1 RFG3661 Climbing the slope of an ash fan, Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3662 The layers of ash, near camp III, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3663 Following a bear trail. 1915
1 RFG3664 Looking up the desolation of Soluka Valley. 1915
1 RFG3665 Flood damage in Upper Valley. 1915
1 RFG3666 Trident. 1915
1 RFG3667 Clouds beginning to lift from Mt. Katmai. 1915
1 RFG3668 Slide Mountain with the biggest ash slide in the district. 1915
1 RFG3669 Avalanche Mountain from below Fulton’s Falls. 1915
1 RFG3670 Elderberry coming through the ash and fruiting freely. 1915
1 RFG3671 Flood damage in the upper valley. 1915
1 BBF3700 The summit of Pillar Mountain. Vegetation Station 17. 1915
1 RFG3701 Moss growing through cracks in ash, near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3702 The dock at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3703 The dock at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3704 Masses of moss and ash clinging to the trees in the forest at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3705 Group of seedlings of rubus spectabilia, natural size. Vegetation station 10. 1915
1 RFG3706 Vegetation Station 9. Goldenrod seedlings, natural size. 1915
1 RFG3707 Alder seedlings coming up around the fruits, fallen on the ash. 1915
1 RFG3708 Devil club in fruit. 1915
1 BBF3709 Kodiak from the side of Pillar Mountain. 1915
1 BBF3710 Native potato patch, Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3711 Looking toward Barometer Mountain from Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3712 Mare’s tail, natural size. 1915
1 BBF3713 Buckbean spreading on the ash surface of a filled pond. 1915
1 BBF3714 Salmon berries, natural size. 1915
1 BBF3715 Vegetation Station 9 (duplicate of 3706). 1915
1 BBF3716 Moss growing on ash laden spruce boughs. 1915
1 RFG3717 Arctic raspberry coming through ash layer along the edge of a stump. 1915
1 BBF3718 The ravine back of the cemetery at Kodiak. Duplicating Martin’s picture reproduced in the Geographic, 1912, Page 162. 1915
1 BBF3719 Native potato gardens, Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3720 Salmon berry, natural size. 1915
1 BBF3721 Moss in the forest – hyaloconium splendens. 1915
1 BBF3722 Sunset clouds at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3723 Pond near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3724 Grass coming through the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 BBF3725 Sunset clouds at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3726 The summit of Barometer Mountain at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3727 Vegetation Station #17 (Duplicate of 3700 which is the better negative). 1915
1 BBF3728 Windblown dunes of ash on the summit of a hill back of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3729 Cape St. Elias from the steamer. The rock at the right is 500 feet high. 1915
1 BBF3730 Salix leiocarpa in fruit. 1915
1 BBF3731 Nymphea polysepala, one half natural size. 1915
1 BBF3732 Moss coming up in cracks in the ash. Vegetation Station #11. 1915
1 BBF3733 Silene acaulis in fruit. Summit of Pillar Mountain. 1915
1 BBF3734 Moss coming up in ash cracks. 1915
1 BBF3735 Looking south from the summit of Barometer Mountain. The character of the topography of Kodiak is well indicated. 1915
1 BBF3736 Windblown dunes on summit of hill back of Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3737 Kodiak and the inner harbor. 1915
1 BBF3738 Kodiak from Near Island. Vegetation Station 2. 1915
1 BBF3739 Ash filled pond near the road north of Kodiak. Vegetation Station 3. 1915
1 BBF3740 Vegetation Station 15. Summit of the hill above the Experiment Station pasture. 1915
1 RFG3741 Eisena arboria, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3742 Developmental stages, Eisena. 1915
1 RFG3743 Egregia laevagata. 1915
1 RFG3744 Eisena arboria, at La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3745 The hold-fast of Macrocystis. 1915
1 RFG3746 Hold-fast of egregia laevagata. Note the curious disk at the base of the stype. 1915
1 RFG3747 Egregia laevagata. 1915
1 RFG3748 Hold-fast of young plant of macrocystis. 1915
1 RFG3749 The branching arms of eisena at La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3750 Native’s house on Wood Island near Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3751 The hold-fast and sporophylls of alaria fistulosa. 1915
1 BBF3752 Natural bridge cut by the waves on Wood Island. 1915
1 BBF3753 Hedopholyum near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3754 Oats field of the Baptist Orphanage. 1915
1 BBF3755 Pond on Wood Island. 1915
1 BBF3756 Cap of moss on old stump in the woods. 1915
1 BBF3757 Garden at Wood Island. 1915
1 BBF3758 Pond on Wood Island. 1915
1 BBF3759 Grass coming through the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 BBF3760 Grass coming through the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3761 Vegetation Station 25, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3762 Vegetation Station 26, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3763 Festula species planted in the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3764 Clump of grass coming through the ash at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3765 Seedlings of populus coming up in a cattle track, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3766 Plat planted in grass and clover – right manured, left not. 1915
1 BBF3767 Vegetation Station 27, Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3768 Devil Club that survived the eruption, excavated to show root system, near the beach of Katmai Bay. 1915
1 BBF3769 Clouds, Katmai. 1915
1 BBF3770 Ruined barabaras, Katmai Village. 1915
1 BBF3771 Looking up Soluka Creek near Katmai Village. 1915
1 BBF3772 Across Katmai River from the village. 1915
1 BBF3773 Interior of the church, Katmai, after the flood. 1915
1 BBF3774 Church at Katmai. High water mark of the flood may be seen at the bottom of the bell. 1915
1 BBF3775 Desolated landscape in the devastated country. 1915
1 RFG3776 Seedlings coming up where planted by running water. 1915
1 RFG3777 Seedlings of the willow in mud near base camp. 1915
1 RFG3778 Vegetation Station 111. Willow seedlings coming up in mud near base camp. 1915
1 BBF3779 Vegetation Station 110, Katmai Village. 1915
1 BBF3780 Camp III in the destruction of the Upper Valley. 1915
1 BBF3781 Ash slide above Camp III. The tent may be seen at the left center. 1915
1 BBF3782 Ashfall at Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3783 Looking toward Kodiak from the summit of Barometer Mountain. 1915
1 BBF3784 Looking across Katmai River from Village. 1915
1 BBF3785 The party of 1915 at Katmai Village. 1915
1 BBF3786 Interior of church at Katmai. 1915
1 BBF3787 Looking across Katmai River from village. 1915
1 BBF3788 Folsom packing through the forest at the mouth of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3789 Willow seedlings near base camp. Duplicate of 3777. 1915
1 RFG3790 Devil club that survived eruption, excavated to show new root system, near beach, Katmai Bay. Duplicate of 3768. 1915
1 BBF3791 Herbage coming up where ash was cleared away by stream, Soluka Creek. Vegetation Station 113. 1915
1 BBF3792 Waterfall on side stream. Locating Station 113 which is the dark patch at the upper left. 1915
1 BBF3793 Detail from Vegetation Station 113. 1915
1 BBF3794 Trunk of a cottonwood in Soluka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3795 A bank of ash deposited and then cut into by a tributary of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3796 A bank of ash deposited and then cut into by tributary of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3797 Waterfall on side stream. Locating Station 113 which is in dark patch at upper left. Duplicate of 3792. 1915
1 BBF3798 Waterfall on tributary of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3799 Willow, first buried by the ash, later washed out. Observe brush of adventitious roots developed at surface of ash. 1915
1 BBF3800 Willows, first buried by ash, later washed out. Observe brush of adventitious roots developed at surface of ash. 1915
1 BBF3801 Willow which put out adventitious roots 9 feet from the ground while buried in ash, later washed out. 1915
1 BBF3802 A large cottonwood on Sulka Creek. 1915
1 BBF3803 Martin and Mageik from the bed in the valley. 1915
1 BBF3804 Trident from Camp III, 1915. 1915
1 BBF3805 Section of ash fall near Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3806 Katmai River from an altitude of 1,000 feet on Avalanche Mountain. 1915
1 BBF3807 Clouds beginning to lift on Mt. Katmai. 1915
1 BBF3808 Mt. Katmai from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3809 Section of ash fall near Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3810 Katmai Valley filled with clouds from the summit of the Barrier Range. 1915
1 BBF3811 The entrance to Katmai Canyon from Camp III. 1915
1 RFG3812 Birches with the bark cut away by sand blasts. 1915
1 BBF3813 Mt. Mageik from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3814 Trident from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3815 Mageik and Katmai Pass from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3816 Katmai from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3817 Mageik from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3818 Mt. Martin from the bend in the Valley. 1915
1 BBF3819 Katmai from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3820 The Barrier Range from Fulton’s Falls. 1915
1 BBF3821 Muddy Fall from Katmai Mud Flow. 1915
1 BBF3822 Katmai from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3823 Mt. Martin from near the bend in the valley. 1915
1 BBF3828 Katmai from Camp III. 1915
1 BBF3829 Pond on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3830 Kodiak bear skin. 1915
1 BBF3831 Aster in flower at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3832 Fairweather Range from the steamer. 1915
1 BBF3833 A cove near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3834 Masses of moss and ash on branches of trees near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3835 Mt. St. Elias and the Malaspina Glacier. 1915
1 BBF3836 Grave of shipwrecked sailor along the rocky shore of Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3837 Cove near Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3838 Fairweather Range from the steamer. 1915
1 BBF3839 Fireweed struggling against sand blast in the plowed field south of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3840 Elderberry coming up through the ash, fruiting profusely. 1915
1 RFG3841 Sea urchin shell round which a slump of moss has gathered. 1915
1 RFG3842 Seedlings of grass and mimulus coming up in the wet place in the ash, 1916. 1915
1 RFG3843 Base camp, 1915. 1915
1 DBL3844 Chananerium latifolium in flower, 1916. 1915
1 DBL3845 Mt. Katmai, 1916. 1915
1 RFG3846 Churche’s map prepared after the expedition of 1916. 1915
1 DBL3847 Mageik from the mouth of Mageik Creek, 1916. 1915
1 RFG3848 Harebells growing in crevasses of rocks near base camp. 1915
1 RFG3849 Seedlings of artemesia coming up in the ash, partly covered by new inwash at right. 1915
1 RFG3850 Elderberry coming up through the ash and fruiting profusely. 1915
1 RFG3851 A bunch berry penetrating the ash layer alongside a rotten stump, Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3852 Old Russian Fort. Vegetation Station 3. August 30, 1915. 1915
1 BBF3853 Root stock of flymaris arenarius. 1915
1 BBF3854 Field at Frye-Bruhn Ranch south of Kodiak plowed just before the eruption. 1915
1 BBF3855 Harvesting beach grass at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 BBF3856 Turnip seed grown at Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3857 Kodiak from the experiment station field. 1915
1 BBF3858 Mt. Martin silhouetted against the sunset. 1915
1 BBF3859 Vegetation Station 36. August 30, 1915. 1915
1 BBF3860 Vegetation Station 37. August 30, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3861 Cape Saint Elias from the sea. 1915
1 RFG3862 A holdfast of macrocystis, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3863 Parts of the frond of Egregia, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3864 Seedlings of Artemesia coming up on old pumle. Covered at the right by new outwash. 1915
1 RFG3865 Portion of the frond of Egregia. 1915
1 RFG3866 A mature plant of Eisenia, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3868 Pot experiment with buckwheat grown in the ash with the addition of various fertilizers. 1915
1 RFG3869 Pot experiment with buckwheat grown in the ash with the addition of various fertilizers. 1915
1 RFG3870 Pot experiment with wheat grown in the ash with the addition of various fertilizers. 1915
1 RFG3871 Pot experiment with soy bean grown in the ash with the addition of various fertilizers. 1915
1 RFG3872 Pot experiment with buckwheat grown in the ash with the addition of various fertilizers. 1915
1 RFG3873 Wilting coefficient determination in two types of ash. Beginning of experiment March 24th. 1915
1 RFG3874 Same pots, twenty days later. At the left the loose gray ash, at the right fine red ash. 1915
1 RFG3876 Holdfast of a kelp, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3877 Part of the edge of the plowed field on the Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3879 Pot experiment with wheat in the ash to which various fertilizers were added. 1915
1 RFG3880 Check to 3879, using quartz sand. 1915
1 RFG3881 Some cultures half grown in ash. 1915
1 RFG3882 Same cultures, half grown in sand. 1915
1 RFG3883 Harebell growing in cleft in rocks, Katmai Valley. 1915
1 RFG3884 Drift of ash by the garden fence, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3885 Ash clinging to the limbs of spruces three years after the eruption of Katmai at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3886 Yarrol almost buried by drifting sand, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3887 Mature plant of Eisenia, La Jolla, California. 1915
1 RFG3888 Harebell growing in cleft in rocks, Katmai Valley. 1915
1 RFG3889 A series of juvenile plants of Eisenia showing the stages in its development. 1915
1 BBF3890 Vegetation Station 16. September 16. 1915
1 BBF3891 Water lily plants growing on dry, hard ash, Vegetation Station 13. August 6, 1915. 1915
1 BBF3892 Bunches of moss clinging to the branches of the spruces in the forest, Kodiak. 1915
1 BBF3893 Detail from the plat of timothy in the ash after the eruption. Three years old when taken. 1915
1 BBF3894 A view in the forest, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3895 Vegetation Station 12. August 6, 1915. 1915
1 BBF3896 Vegetation Station 11. August 6, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3897 Wireless station on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3898 Summit of Pillar Mountain from the south. 1915
1 RFG3899 Vegetation Stations Nos. 5 and 6. August 6, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3900 Vegetation Stations Nos. 5 and 6. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3901 Vegetation Station 5. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3902 Vegetation Station 6. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3903 Vegetation Station 6. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3904 Vegetation Station 7 from a little distance. The dark color is dew, having been shaken off the horsetail which is the only plant present. 1915
1 RFG3905 Vegetation Station 8. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3906 A plant of mare’s tail in Vegetation Station 13. August 10, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3907 Cattle in the ash covered pasture of the experiment station, Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3908 Tail of a diving whale. 1915
1 RFG3909 Whale spouting. 1915
1 RFG3910 The shore of the channel at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3911 Vegetation Station 3, August 30, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3912 United States Marshal Armstrong with a turnip raised in his garden at Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3913 Native shack of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3914 Pond with water lilies just north of Kodiak. 1915
1 RFG3915 Vegetation Station 20. August 26, 1915. The garden fence of the Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3916 Vegetation Station 19. August 26, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3917 A drift of wind-blown ash caught by fireweed at the Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3918 Fireweed lopped over before the sand blast. Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3919 Fireweed lopped over before the sand blast, Frye-Bruhn Ranch. 1915
1 RFG3920 A dune of wind-blown ash. Vegetation Station 59. July 4, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3921 The same dune looking in the opposite direction. Vegetation Station 21, July 4, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3922 Beach grass come through the ash flats at the head of Women’s Bay south of Kodiak, July 4, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3923 Ash covered mountains at the head of Women’s Bay, July 4, 1915. The lower slopes are green with tail grass but all the humbler alpine vegetation on the upper slopes was killed. 1915
1 RFG3924 Ash covered mountains at the head of Women’s Bay, July 4, 1915. The lower slopes are green with tall grass but all the humbler alpine vegetation on the upper slopes was killed. 1915
1 RFG3925 (Neg. M.D. Snodgrass) Haying field at Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3926 Cottonwoods and willows at Kalsin Bay. Showing the site of Vegetation Stations 24 and 25. August 14, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3927 A valley covered by ash washed off the mountains. Kalsin Bay. 1915
1 RFG3928 Vegetation Station 26, July 2, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3929 (Neg. M. D. Snodgrass) Haying at Kalsin Bay. Note the extraordinary stand of hay. 1915
1 RFG3930 A native’s house on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3931 Cabbages in the Baptist Orphanage garden on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3932 Pond on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3933 Cabbages in the Baptist Orphanage garden on Wood Island. 1915
1 RFG3934 Mount Pedmar from Katmai Beach. 1915
1 RFG3935 Poplars in Katmai Valley killed by the eruption except for some dormant buds buried in the bark of the large branches which have grown out, forming a bushy new growth. 1915
1 RFG3936 Skinning an eagle at Base Camp. 1915
1 RFG3937 Grave in Katmai Cemetery. Vegetation Station 104. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3938 Vegetation Station 106. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3939 General view of Katmai Cemetery. 1915
1 RFG3940 Barabaras buried in ash. Katmai Village. Vegetation Station 109, July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3941 Grave in Katmai Cemetery. Vegetation Station 107, July 15, 1915(missing picture). 1915
1 RFG3942 Vegetation Station 105. Katmai Cemetery. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3943 Vegetation Station 103. Katmai Cemetery. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3944 Vegetation Station 101. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3945 Katmai Church from the ridge of the Cemetery. 1915
1 RFG3946 The best of the ruined barabaras at Katmai. 1915
1 RFG3947 Barabaras buried by flood-borne mud. Vegetation Station 108. July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3948 Camp at the mouth of Soluka Creek. 1915
1 RFG3949 A bunch of salmon berries coming through on the shoulder of Painted Mountain. 1915
1 RFG3950 Ashfall seven feet deep on the level across Soloka Creek from Painted Mountain. 1915
1 RFG3951 The last camp in the upper valley. The mound is the site of Vegetation Station 114, July 15, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3952 Canyon cut at the side of the Katmai Mud Flow. 1915
1 RFG3953 The last camp in the upper valley, 1915. 1915
1 RFG3954 A laboratory test of the fertilizing power of ash. 1915
1 RFG3955 A laboratory test of the fertilizing power of ash. 1915
1 RFG3956 A laboratory test of the fertilizing power of ash. 1915
1 RFG3957 Test of the effect of ash as a mulch. One pot mulched and the other did not. 1915
1 RFG3958 Test of the effect of ash as a mulch. One pot mulched and the other did not. 1915
1 RFG3959 Test of the effect of ash as a mulch. One pot mulched and the other did not. 1915
1 RFG3960 Test of the effect of ash as a mulch. One pot mulched and the other did not. 1915
2 3002 JWS Broken fault blocks in the mudflow. 11294-A. 1917
2 3004 JWS Collecting gas sample. 11295-A. 1917
2 3005 JWS Collecting gas sample. 11296-A. 1917
2 3007 JWS Collecting gas sample. 11297-A. 1917
2 3008 JWS A hot fumarole west of Mt. Nova Rupta. 11298-A. 1917
2 3010 JWS Collecting gas sample below the rim of Nova Rupta. 11300-A. 1917
2 3011 JWS Path of Mageik flood through forest in the Katmai Valley. 11301-A. 1917
2 3012 JWS Cave in lava flow caused by slumping away of lava from beneath hardened crust. 11302-A. 1917
2 3009 JWS Collecting gas sample. 1917
2 3013 JWS Pile of columnar basalt, Mt. Katmai. 11303-A. 1917
2 3014 JWS Katmai Valley from the slopes above the end of the mudflow which is shown at the left. 11304-A. 1917
2 3015 JWS Falls on the slope of Mt. Katmai above the mudflow. Tulians Falls. 11305-A. 1917
2 3016 JWS Mt. Katmai from near Camp IV. 11306-A. 1917
2 3018 JWS Northeast wall of Katmai Crater. 11307-A. 1917
2 3019 JWS Crater Lake. 11308-A. 1917
2 3020 JWS North wall of crater. 11309-A. 1917
2 3022 JWS Northeast wall of Katmai Crater. 11310-A. 1917
2 3023 JWS North wall of Katmai Crater. 11311-A. 1917
2 3024 JWS Detail from portion of east wall of Katmai Crater. Note man on the skyline. 11312-A. 1917
2 3025 JWS The rock forming tooth in the notch of Katmai Crater. 11313-A. 1917
2 3026 JWS Topographic party working on crater rim. 11314-A. 1917
2 3027 JWS Wall of Katmai Canyon from Prospect Point. 11315-A. 1917
2 3029 JWS Lupine growing in pumice. Katmai Valley. 11317-A. 1917
2 3030 JWS Camp in Martin Valley. 11318-A. 1917
2 3031 DBC Rock on surface of Mageik boulder flow. Note remnants of vegetation in the hole. 11319-A. 1917
2 3028 JWS Breakfast at Camp 8. 11316-A. 1917
2 3032 DBC Rock left upright near edge of Mageik boulder flow. 1917
2 3033 DBC Conical mound of rocks. Mageik boulder flow. 11321-A. 1917
2 3034 DBC Sharply conical pile of rocks, Mageik boulder flow. 11322-A. 1917
2 3035 DBC Mountain side scarred by the boulder flow. Horseshoe Lake in the foreground.  11323-A. 1917
2 3036 DBC Portion of the boulder flow which is composed exclusively of angular boulders. 11324-A. 1917
2 3037 DBC Typical boulder flow topography. 11325-A. 1917
2 3038 DBC Meadow beyond the limits of the boulder flow. Large rock is near the very edge. 11326-A. 1917
2 3039 DBC Rock in the boulder flow. 11327-A. 1917
2 3040 DBC The largest rock observed in the boulder flow, about half buried beneath the surface. 11328-A. 1917
2 3041 DBC Large mound on the surface of the boulder flow. 11329-A. 1917
2 3042 DBC Characteristic boulder flow topography. 11330-A. 1917
2 3043 DBC Veratrum ascholtzii in Martin Valley. 11331-A. 1917
2 3044 DBC Veratrum ascholtzii in Martin Valley. 11332-A. 1917
2 3045 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11333-A. 1917
2 3047 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11334-A. 1917
2 3048 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11335-A. 1917
2 3049 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11336-A. 1917
2 3050 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11337-A. 1917
2 3051 RFG The largest rock observed in the boulder flow, about half buried beneath the surface. 11338-A. 1917
2 3052 RFG Characteristic conical piles on the surface of the boulder flow. 11339-A. 1917
2 3053 RFG Large mound on the surface on the boulder flow. 11340-A. 1917
2 3054 RFG Portion of the boulder flow which is composed exclusively of angular boulders. 11341-A. 1917
2 3055 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11342-A. 1917
2 3056 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11343-A. 1917
2 3057 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11344-A. 1917
2 3058 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11345-A. 1917
2 3059 DBC Mt. Martin from the boulder flow. 11346-A. 1917
2 3060 DBC Martin Creek Camp. 11347-A. 1917
2 3061 DBC Camp on the shore of pond near Kodiak. 11348-A. 1917
2 3062 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11349-A. 1917
2 3063 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11350-A. 1917
2 3064 DBC Pond at Kodiak. 11351-A. 1917
2 3065 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11352-A. 1917
2 3066 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11353-A. 1917
2 3067 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11354-A. 1917
2 3068 DBC Pond at Kodiak. 1917
2 3069 DBC Canoeing on pond at Kodiak. 11356-A. 1917
2 3071 RFG Goldenrod (solidago multiradiata) from the tundra at base camp, Katmai. ½ natural size. 11357-A. 1917
2 3072 RFG Empetrum nigrum from the tundra. ½ its natural size. 11358-A. 1917
2 3073 RFG Vitis-idea, ½ its natural size. 11359-A. 1917
2 3074 RFG Harebell (champanuella Alaskana) ½ natural size. 11360-A. 1917
2 3075 RFG Alpine Harebell (champanuella alasiocarpa) ½ natural size. Note strong development of root stocks. 11361-A. 1917
2 3076 RFG Saxifraga hirculis, ½ its natural size. 11362-A. 1917
2 3077 RFG Arnica lessingii. 11363-A. 1917
2 3078 Senecio rsedifolius. 11364-A. 1917
2 3078 RFG Lagotis glauca, on the tundra. 11365-A. 1917
2 3080 RFG Champanuella lasiocarpa. 11366-A. 1917
2 3081 JDS The edge of the cliff and Katmai Bay. 11367-A. 1917
2 3084 Two dog salmon caught in Moose Creek. 11370-A. 1917
2 3082 JDS Katmai Bay from Base Camp. 11368-A. 1917
2 3083 JDS Katmai Bay. 11369-A. 1917
2 3085 JDS Two dog salmon caught in Moose Creek. 11371-A. 1917
2 3086 JDS Boletus growing on the tundra. 11372-A. 1917
2 3087 JDS A group of agarics growing on burnt over tundra. 11373-A. 1917
2 3088 JDS Burnt over tundra with tall grass as the first plants to come in. 11374-A. 1917
2 3089 DBC Stunted willows growing on the tundra. 11375-A. 1917
2 3091 DBC Cleaning salmon at Moose Creek. 11376-A. 1917
2 3092 DBC Cabin on Moose Creek, Kashvik Bay. 11377-A. 1917
2 3093 DBC Cabin on Moose Creek, Kashvik Bay. 11378-A. 1917
2 3094 DBC Moose Creek. The waters were full of salmon which are hidden by the reflection. 11379-A. 1917
2 3095 DBC Moose Creek. The waters were full of salmon which are hidden by the reflection. 11380-A. 1917
2 3096 DBC Hine bringing in water, Base Camp. 11381-A. 1917
2 3097 DBC Meteorological instruments at Base Camp. 11382-A. 1917
2 3098 DBC Base Camp. 11383-A. 1917
2 3099 DBC Past cliff from the beach at Base Camp. 11384-A. 1917
2 3100 DBC East cliff from the beach at Base Camp. 11385-A. 1917
2 3201 DBC Griggs at Base Camp at the end of the season. 11386-A. 1917
2 3202 DBC Maynard at Base Camp at the end of the season. 11387-A. 1917
2 3203 DBC Removing the summer’s growth of whiskers. 11388-A. 1917
2 3204 DBC Bringing the duffle around to Base Camp. 11389-A. 1917
2 3205 DBC Bringing the duffle around to Base Camp. 11390-A. 1917
2 3206 DBC Prospectors weighing out gold dust in payment for provisions at Base Camp. 11391-A. 1917
2 3207 DBC Mt. Martin from the mouth of Moose Creek. 11392-A. 1917
2 3208 DBC Mt. Martin from the mouth of Moose Creek. 11393-A. 1917
2 3209 DBC Cleaning salmon caught in Moose Creek. 11394-A. 1917
2 3210 DBC Mt. Martin from Moose Creek. 11395-A. 1917
2 3211 DBC Barber at work at Base Camp. 11396-A. 1917
2 3213 DBC Party amusing themselves by panning beach sand for gold. 11398-A. 1917
2 3214 DBC Party amusing themselves by panning beach sand for gold. 11399-A. 1917
2 3215 DBC Party amusing themselves by panning beach sand for gold. 11400-A. 1917
2 3216 DBC Party amusing themselves by panning beach sand for gold. 11401-A. 1917
2 3217 DBC Party amusing themselves by panning beach sand for gold. 11402-A. 1917
2 3218 DBC Looking for the boat to pick us up. 11403-A. 1917
2 3219 DBC Surf on the rocks at Base Camp. 11404-A. 1917
2 3220 DBC Surf on the rocks at Base Camp. 11405-A. 1917
2 3222 DBC Church on the Minnie B. 11406-A. 1917
2 3223 DBC The channel at Kodiak. 11407-A. 1917
2 3224 DBC Dock at Kodiak. 1917
2 3225 DBC Sea gulls from the dock at Kodiak. 11409-A. 1917
2 3226 DBC Sea gulls from the dock at Kodiak. 11410-A. 1917
2 3227 DBC Sea gulls from the dock at Kodiak. 11411-A. 1917
2 3228 DBC Church with an “Irish Lord” caught from the dock. 11412-A. 1917
2 3229 DBC Santa Anna at the dock, Kodiak. 11413-A. 1917
2 3230 DBC Santa Anna leaving Kodiak. 11414-A. 1917
2 3231 RFG The edge of the Mageik boulder flow. 11415-A. 1917
2 3232 RFG Edge of flood damage, Katmai Valley. 11416-A. 1917
2 3233 RFG Lupines coming up in the pumice plain below Martin Creek. 11417-A. 1917
2 3234 RFG A lupine growing in the pumice at Martin Creek. 11418-A. 1917
2 3235 RFG A lupine growing in the pumice at Martin Creek. 11419-A. 1917
2 3236 RFG Uprooted tree carried by the flood and lodged high above the ground. 11420-A. 1917
2 3239 RFG Lupines growing on the ash flat near Martin Creek. 11422-A. 1917
2 3240 RFG Base Camp. 1917
2 3241 RFG Vegetation Station No. Sept. 1, 1917. 11424-A. 1917
2 3242 RFG Pleuroteus growing on stump in forest. 11425-A. 1917
2 3243 RFG Vegetation Station No. 13, Sept. 1, 1917. 11426-A. 1917
2 3244 RFG Vegetation Station No. 13, Sept. 1, 1917. 11427-A. 1917
2 3245 RFG Vegetation Station No. 12, Sept. 1, 1917. 11428-A. 1917
2 3246 RFG Hyalocomium spendene in the forest. 11429-A. 1917
2 3247 RFG Vegetation Station No. 11. Sept. 1, 1917. 11430-A. 1917
2 3248 RFG Vegetation Station No. 10, Sept. 1, 1917. 11431-A. 1917
2 3249 RFG Vegetation Station No. Sept. 1, 1917. 11432-A. 1917
2 3250 RFG Vegetation Station No. 7, Sept. 1, 1917. 11433-A. 1917
2 3251 DBC Minnie B at the dock, Kodiak. 11434-A. 1917
2 3252 DBC Katmai coming to the dock, Kodiak. 11435-A. 1917
2 3253 DBC Minnie B and Katmai at dock, Kodiak. 11436-A. 1917
2 3254 DBC Minnie B and Katmai at dock, Kodiak. 11437-A. 1917
2 3255 DBC Minnie B and Katmai at dock, Kodiak. 11438-A. 1917
2 3256 DBC Canoeing on the lakes at Kodiak. 11439-A. 1917
2 3257 DBC Pond full of lily pads, Kodiak. 11440-A. 1917
2 3258 DBC Canoeing on a pond, Kodiak. 11441-A. 1917
2 3259 DBC Portaging through woods at Kodiak. 11442-A. 1917
2 3260 DBC Pond at Kodiak. 11443-A. 1917
2 3261 RFG Collybia common agaric of the tundra. ½ natural size. 11444-A. 1917
2 3262 RFG Collybia the common agaric of the tundra. One half natural size. 11445-A. 1917
2 3263 An agaric, like coprinus, on the tundra. ½ natural size. 11446-A. 1917
2 3264 Mushroom above, russula below. ½ natural size. 11447-A. 1917
2 3265 RFG Marasmius (?) above. Clavaria below. ½ natural size. 11448-A. 1917
2 3266 RFG Polyporus, two species. ½ natural size. 11449-A. 1917
2 3267 RFG Boletus, the most conspicuous agaric mushroom on the tundra. ½ natural size. 11450-A. 1917
2 3268 RFG Fomes, injured by the eruption. Showing new growth coming out irregularly below the larger part of the body having been killed. ½ natural size. 11451-A. 1917
2 3269 RFG Fireweed blossoms, ½ natural size. 11452-A. 1917
2 3270 RFG Rubus Stelatis, ½ natural size. 11453-A. 1917
2 3271 RFG Vegetation Station 28. Sept. 5, 1917. 11454-A. 1917
2 3272 RFG Vegetation Station 29. Sept. 5, 1917. 11455-A. 1917
2 3273 RFG Vegetation Station 14. Sept. 5, 1917. 11456-A. 1917
2 3274 RFG Vegetation Station 39. Sept. 5, 1917. 11457-A. 1917
2 3275 RFG Vegetation Station 40. Sept. 5, 1917. 11458-A. 1917
2 3276 RFG Vegetation Station 41. Sept. 5, 1917. 11459-A. 1917
2 3277 RFG Detail at Vegetation Station No. 15, Sept. 5, 1917. 11460. 1917
2 3278 RFG Vegetation Station No. 15. Sept. 5, 1917. 11461-A. 1917
2 3279 RFG Vegetation Station No. 17, Sept. 5, 1917. 11462-A. 1917
2 3280 RFG Detail at Vegetation Station No. 17. Sept. 5, 1917. 11463-A. 1917
2 3281 DBC The Katmai mudflow from the mouth of Mageik Creek. 11464-A. 1917
2 3282 DBC Breaking up at Camp IV. 11465-A. 1917
2 3283 DBC The big spring on the trail to Martin Creek. 11466-A. 1917
2 3284 DBC Katmai and Trident, from near mouth of Martin Creek. 11467-A. 1917
2 3285 DBC Katmai and Trident, from near mouth of Martin Creek. 11468-A. 1917
2 3286 DBC Crossing the bridge at Martin Creek. 11469-A. 1917
2 3288 DBC Mt. Mageik from Martin Creek. 11471-A. 1917
2 3289 DBC Mt. Mageik from Martin Creek. 11472-A. 1917
2 3287 Hiking along the creek. 11470-A. 1917
2 3290 DBC A large rock on the surface of Mageik boulder flow. 11473-A. 1917
2 3291 RFG Vegetation Station No. 36. Sept. 1, 1917. 11474-A. 1917
2 3292 RFG Vegetation Station No. 37. Sept. 1, 1917. 11475-A. 1917
2 3293 RFG Vegetation Station No. 4. Sept. 1, 1917. 11476-A. 1917
2 3294 RFG Vegetation Station No. 51. Sept. 1, 1917. 11477-A. 1917
2 3295 RFG Vegetation Station No. 51. Sept. 1, 1917. 11478-A. 1917
2 3296 RFG Vegetation Station No. 52. Sept. 1, 1917. 11479-A. 1917
2 3297 RFG Vegetation Station No. 52. Sept. 1, 1917. 11480-A. 1917
2 3298 RFG Vegetation Station No. 30. Sept. 1, 1917. 11481-A. 1917
2 3299 RFG Vegetation Station No. 3. Sept. 1, 1917. 11482-A. 1917
2 3300 RFG Vegetation Station No. 3. Sept. 1, 1917. 11483-A. 1917
2 3301 RFG Sea pink on the tundra at Base Camp. 11484-A. 1917
2 3303 RFG Gymnandra on the tundra at Base Camp. 11485-A. 1917
2 3305 RFG Cornus suecica, empetrum nigrum, vaccinium uliginosum, ledum decumbens and other characteristic vegetation of the tundra. 11486-A. 1917
2 3306 Cottonwoods appearing in the protection of a slight hollow on the tundra. 11487-A. 1917
2 3307 RFG Duplicate of photo No. 105, locating station No. 49, Sept. 1, 1917. 11488-A. 1917
2 3308 RFG Vegetation Station No. 49. Sept. 1, 1917. 11489-A. 1917
2 3309 RFG Vegetation Station No. 50. Sept. 1, 1917. (spoiled – see No. 3343). 11490-A. 1917
2 3311 DBC Ferrying supplies across the lagoon. 11491-A. 1917
2 3312 DBC Hagelbarger on his return to Base Camp. 11492-A. 1917
2 3313 DBC Sayre and Hagelbarger returning to Base Camp. 11493-A. 1917
2 3314 DBC Sayre and hagelbarger returning to Base Camp. 11494-A. 1917
2 3315 DBC Caught by a wave. 11495-A. 1917
2 3316 DBC The sea cliff along the shore at Base Camp. 11496-A. 1917
2 3317 DBC Ferrying supplies across the lagoon. 11497-A. 1917
2 3318 DBC Maynard at Base Camp. 11498-A. 1917
2 3319 DBC Sayre and Hagelbarger at Base Camp at the end of the season’s work. 11499-A. 1917
2 3320 DBC Taking panoramic of the valley from Camp V. 11500-A. 1917
2 3321 Arctic daisy, on the tundra. 1917
2 3322 RFG Alpine harebell on the tundra. 11501-A. 1917
2 3323 RFG Arctic daisy on the tundra. 11502-A. 1917
2 3324 RFG Mt. Martin from near Base Camp. 11503-A. 1917
2 3325 RFG Mt. Martin from near Base Camp. 11504-A. 1917
2 3326 RFG Comarum pelustria in the edge of a bog. 11505-A. 1917
2 3327 RFG A grassy bog near Base Camp. 11506-A. 1917
2 3328 RFG A grassy bog near Base Camp. 11507-A. 1917
2 3329 RFG General view of the tundra from Base Camp. 11508-A. 1917
2 3330 RFG Clump of birches near Base Camp. 11509-A. 1917
2 3331 DBC The eroded pillar marking the fossil horizon on Bear Mountain. 11510-A. DBC 1917
2 3332 The eroded pillar marking the fossil horizon on Bear Mountain. 11511-A. 1917
2 3333 DBC On the summit of Bear Mountain. Mouth of the lagoon in the distance. 11512-A. 1917
2 3334 DBC The Garkulike from Bear Mountain. 11513-A. 1917
2 3335 DBC Outcrop of Naknek sandstone on Bear Mountain. 11514-A. 1917
2 3336 DBC Looking up Katmai Valley from Bear Mountain. 11515-A. 1917
2 3337 DBC Looking up Bear Creek from Bear Mountain. 11516-A. 1917
2 3338 DBC Waiting for the ferry at the north side of the lagoon. 11517-A. 1917
2 3339 DBC Waiting for the ferry at the north side of the lagoon. 11518-A. 1917
2 3340 DBC Waiting for the ferry, the north side of the lagoon. 11519-A. 1917
2 3341 RFG Vegetation Station No. 31, Sept. 1, 1917. 11520-A. 1917
2 3342 RFG Vegetation Station No. 32, Sept. 1, 1917. 11521-A. 1917
2 3343 RFG Vegetation Station No. 50, Sept. 1, 1917. 11522-A. 1917
2 3344 RFG Vegetation Station No. 50, Sept. 1, 1917. 11523-A. 1917
2 3345 RFG Vegetation Station No. 49, Sept. 1, 1917. 11524-A. 1917
2 3346 RFG Vegetation Station No. 33, Sept. 1, 1917. 11525-A. 1917
2 3347 RFG Vegetation Station No. 34, Sept. 1, 1917. 11526-A. 1917
2 3348 RFG Vegetation Station No. 35, Sept. 1, 1917. 11527-A. 1917
2 3349 RFG Vegetation Station No. 35, Sept. 1, 1917. 11528-A. 1917
2 3351 RFG Vegetation Station No. 55, Sept. 12, 1917. 11529-A. 1917
2 3352 RFG Vegetation Station No. 47, Sept. 12, 1917. 11530-A. 1917
2 3353 RFG Vegetation Station No. 56, Sept. 12, 1917. 11531-A. 1917
2 3354 RFG Vegetation Station No. 38, Sept. 12, 1917. 11532-A. 1917
2 3355 RFG Locating Stations 38, 55, and 56. Duplicate of photo No. 620 of 1916. 11533-A. 1917
2 3356 RFG Vegetation Station No. 48, Sept. 12, 1917. 11534-A. 1917
2 3357 RFG General conditions at Station No. 42 and No. 43. Duplicating photo No. 391 of 1916. 11535-A. 1917
2 3358 RFG Vegetation Station No. 38. Sept. 12, 1917. 11536-A. 1917
2 3359 RFG Vegetation Station No. 21, Sept. 12, 1917. 11537-A. 1917
2 3360 RFG Vegetation Station No. 22, Sept. 12, 1917. 11538-A. 1917
2 3361 JWS Maynard and Hagelbarger packing out of the valley. 11539-A. 1917
2 3362 JWS The Russian Church at Kodiak. 11540-A. 1917
2 3363 JWS Codfish at Kodiak. 11541-A. 1917
2 3364 JWS A pond near Barometer Mountain, Kodiak. 11542-A. 1917
2 3365 JWS Maynard and Hagelbarger packing out of the Valley. 11543-A. 1917
2 3366 JWS A stream in the Mageik boulder flow. 11544-A. 1917
2 3367 JWS A pond near Barometer Mountain, Kodiak. 11545-A. 1917
2 3368 JWS Barber shop at Base Camp. 11546-A. 1917
2 2 Panoramic. Horizon from Barometer. 1917
2 1 Panoramic. Horizon from Barometer. 1917
2 3 Panoramic. Horizon from Barometer. 1917
2 6 Panoramic. East, from Near Island. 1917
2 4 Panoramic. North, from Near Island. 1917
2 5 4-5-6-7 Panoramic. Horizon from Point 7, Near Island. 1917
2 8 Panoramic. Pillar Mountain from Near Island west end. 1917
2 9 8-9-10-11 Panoramic. Horizon from Station II, Near Island. 1917
2 10 Panoramic. East, from west end of Near Island. 1917
2 11 Panoramic. South, from west end Near Island. 1917
2 12 Panoramic. Southeast, from Near Island. 1917
2 15 12-13-14-15 Panoramic. Horizon from Station III. Called Near Island on the map. In reality, Forget-Me-Not Island. 1917
2 14 Panoramic. North, from Near Island. 1917
2 13 Panoramic. Northeast from Near Island. 1917
2 16 Panoramic. North, from back of Base Camp. Station I. 1917
2 19 Panoramic. East, from back of Base Camp. Station I. 1917
2 18 Panoramic. West, from mountain back of Base Camp. Station I. 1917
2 17 16-17-18-19 Panoramic. Station back of Base Camp. 1917
2 20 Panoramic. Mountain back of Base Camp. 1917
2 23 Panoramic. Mountain back of Base Camp. 1917
2 22 20-21-22-23 Panoramic. Horizon from Station I. 1917
2 21 Panoramic. Horizon from Station I. 1917
2 25 24-25 Panoramic. Station I, back of Base Camp. 1917
2 26 26-27 Panoramic. View of Katmai, taken from Station II. 1917
2 27 Panoramic. Southwest, from mountain back of Base Camp II. 1917
2 27 Panoramic. South from mountain back of Base Camp II. 1917
2 29 28-29-30-31 Panoramic. North from mountain back of Base Camp. Horizon from Station II. 1917
2 28 Panoramic. East from mountain back of Base Camp, Station II. 1917
2 31 Panoramic. North, from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 33 Panoramic. North from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 32 32-33-34-35 Panoramic. Camera on 12, or Station III. 1917
2 35 Panoramic. East from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 30 Panoramic. Southwest from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 36 Panoramic. Southwest from Cathedral Mountain V. 1917
2 37 Panoramic. West from Cathedral Mountain V. 1917
2 38 Panoramic. Northeast from Cathedral Mountain V. 1917
2 39 36-37-38-39 Panoramic. Horizon taken from Station V (No. 3). 1917
2 43 42-43 Panoramic. Point 2 in foreground. Details of gorge between Station V and Point 2. 1917
2 40 40-41 Panoramic. East from Cathedral Mountain V. Camera pointed at 4 1917
2 41 Panoramic. Southeast from Cathedral Mountain V. 1917
2 44 Panoramic. Station Flag horizon. 1917
2 46 Panoramic. Station Flag horizon. 1917
2 47 Panoramic. Station Flag horizon. 1917
2 45 44-45-46-47 Panoramic. Station Flag horizon. 1917
2 48 Panoramic. Base Camp. 1917
2 49 48-49-50-51 Panoramic. View of Base Camp. 1917
2 50 Panoramic. Base Camp. 1917
2 51 Panoramic. Base Camp. 1917
2 54 Panoramic. From east end of Base Camp. 1917
2 53 Panoramic. From east end of Base Camp. 1917
2 52 Panoramic. From east end of Base Camp. 1917
2 55 52-53-54-55 Panoramic. From east end of Base Camp. 1917
2 56 Panoramic. From IV. 12 horizon. 1917
2 57 56-57-58-59 Panoramic. From IV. 12 horizon. 1917
2 63 Panoramic. East, from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 60 Panoramic. Bear Mountain looking south III. 1917
2 61 Panoramic. Northwest from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 62 60-61-62-63 Panoramic. Horizon, Station IV, 12. 1917
2 65 Panoramic. South from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 64 65-65-66-67 Panoramic. Horizon, Observation Ridge. 1917
2 66 Panoramic. Northwest from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 67 Panoramic. East from Bear Mountain III. 1917
2 69 Panoramic. Northwest from Camp II. 1917
2 68 Panoramic. South from Camp II. 1917
2 70 Panoramic. East from Camp II. 1917
2 71 Panoramic. View of the mountains. 1917
2 74 Panoramic. North from base of Bear Mountain. 1917
2 73 Panoramic. South from base of Bear Mountain. 1917
2 72 Panoramic. Bear Mountain from east of east base. 1917
2 75 72-73-74-75 Panoramic. Three point location below III, 12. Horizon, camera pointed at III, 12. 1917
2 76 Panoramic. North from Camp III. 1917
2 82 Panoramic. East from Camp III. 1917
2 78 Panoramic. View of Mageik. 1917
2 79 76-77-78-79 Panoramic. Camera pointed at Mageik; Location Camp 3. 1917
2 81 Panoramic. Southwest from Camp III. 1917
2 80 80-81-82-83 Panoramic. Camera at Camp 3, pointed at Mageik. 1917
2 85 Panoramic. Horizon from Camp 3. 1917
2 87 Panoramic. Horizon from Camp 3. 1917
2 86 84-85-86-87 Panoramic. Horizon from Camp 3. 1917
2 89 Panoramic. Northwest from Observation Mountain 1917
2 88 88-89-90-91 Panoramic. Horizon from Observation 3, N. Peak. 50′ north of Pt. Center of A Mageik. 1917
2 91 Panoramic. Northeast from Observation Mountain. 1917
2 90 Panoramic. South from Observation Mountain. 1917
2 93 Panoramic. Horizon from Observation 3, N. Park. 50′ north of Pt. Center of A Mageik. 1917
2 95 Panoramic. Horizon from Observation 3, N. Park. 50′ north of Pt. Center of A Mageik. 1917
2 94 Panoramic. Horizon from observation 3, N. Park. 50′ north of Pt. Center of A Mageik. 1917
2 98 Panoramic. Northeast from Observation Mountain 1917
2 97 Panoramic. South from Observation Mountain. 96-97-98-99 Camera at S. Pinnacle Observation. Center of A Mageik. 1917
2 96 Panoramic. Northwest from Observation Mountain 1917
2 99 Panoramic. Katmai Pass from Observation Mountain. 1917
2 101 Panoramic. Horizon does not close. Camera at Camp 5. 1917
2 103 Panoramic. Horizon does not close. Camera at Camp 5. 1917
2 100 Panoramic. Horizon does not close. Camera at Camp 5. 1917
2 102 100-1-2-3 Panoramic. Horizon does not close. Camera at Camp 5. 1917
2 104 Panoramic. Southwest from Camp V. 1917
2 106 Panoramic. Southeast from Camp V. 1917
2 107 Panoramic. Northwest from Camp V. 1917
2 105 104-5-6-7 Complete Horizon from Camp 5. 1917
2 108 Panoramic. Horizon from Sentinel. Center of A at Observation Station VIII. 1917
2 109 108-9-10-11 Panoramic. Horizon from Sentinel. Center of A at Observation Station VIII. 1917
2 110 Panoramic. Horizon from Sentinel. Center of A at Observation Station VIII. 1917
2 112 Panoramic. View of the horizon. 1917
2 111 Panoramic. North from Cerberus. VII. 1917
2 113 Panoramic. Observation Mountain from Cerberus. VII. 1917
2 112-13-14-15 Panoramic. Horizon from Sentinel or Station VII. 1917
2 114 Panoramic. West from Cerberus. VII. 1917
2 114 Panoramic. Mt. Cerberus looking west. Vii. 1917
2 118 Panoramic. Northwest from center of Valley C. 1917
2 117 116-17-18-19 Panoramic. Southeast from Valley. Instrument A.C. 3 Pt. in Valley. 1917
2 119 Panoramic. West from center of Valley C. 1917
2 116 Panoramic. Instrument A.C. 3 Pt. in Valley. 1917
2 121 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 120 120-1-2-3 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 122 From Baked Mountain VIII. 1917
2 123 East from Baked Mountain VIII. 1917
2 124 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 125 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 126 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 127 124-5-6-7 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 128 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 131 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 130 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 129 128-9-30-1 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 133 Panoramic. Horizon from Station VIII. 1917
2 132 Panoramic. Center of camera at Naknek Lake. Horizon on Station IX. 1917
2 134 Panoramic. Center of camera at Naknek Lake. Horizon on Station IX. 1917
2 135 132-3-4-5 Panoramic. Center of camera at Naknek Lake. Horizon on Station IX. 1917
2 138 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 137 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 139 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 136 136-7-8-9 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 142 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 140 140-1-2-3 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 141 Panoramic. Horizon from Station IX. 1917
2 145 Panoramic. Horizon from three point D, near Camp VI down Valley. 1917
2 144 Panoramic. Horizon from three point D, near Camp VI down Valley. 1917
2 146 Panoramic. Horizon from three point D, near Camp VI down Valley. 1917
2 147 144-5-6-7 Panoramic. Horizon from three point D, near Camp VI down Valley. 1917
2 149 Panoramic. Northwest from north end of mud-flow, Camp VI. D. 1917
2 148 Panoramic. Katmai Pass from northwest end of mud-flow, Camp VI.D. 1917
2 150 Panoramic. South from near lower end of Valley, Camp VI.D. 1917
2 151 148-9-150-1 Panoramic. Horizon from three point D near Camp VI down Valley. 1917
3 1 PRH Sedum Roseum, at Kodiak. 1917
3 2 PRH Lily pond at Kodiak. 1917
3 3, 5 PRH Expedition barber shop at Kodiak. 1917
3 7 PRH Shore south of Kodiak. 1917
3 9 PRH Shore south of Kodiak. 1917
3 11 PRH Mountains on the Inside Passage. 1917
3 13 PRH Waterfall, Inside Passage. 1917
3 14 PRH On the Inside Passage. 1917
3 15-16 PRH Multnomah Falls, Oregon. 1917
3 18 PRH Columbia River, Oregon. 1917
3 31 PRH Fall on Columbia River, Oregon. (Gunnison, Colorado). 1917
3 802 PRH Stream near Kodiak. 1917
3 803 PRH Tundra near Base Camp, Kodiak. 1917
3 804 PRH Trail up Katmai Valley. 1917
3 805-806 PRH Trail up Katmai Valley. 1917
3 807 PRH Edge of the sea cliff near Base Camp. 1917
3 811 PRH Waterfall, Kashvik Bay. 1917
3 812 PRH Saxifraga bronchialis. 1917
3 813-814 PRH Outcrop of Natnek sandstone near Base Camp. 1917
3 815 PRH General view of landscape on lower slope above Base Camp. 1917
3 816 PRH Cornus suesica. 1917
3 817 PRH Vitis idea. 1917
3 818 PRH Rhododendron kamchaticum. 1917
3 819 PRH Siliene acaulis. 1917
3 821-822 PRH Lookout at Base Camp. 1917
3 823 PRH Maynard returning from work. 1917
3 824 PRH Worktable at Base Camp. 1917
3 827 PRH Cormorants nesting on cliff near Base Camp. 1917
3 829 PRH Wave cut arch in sea cliff. 1917
3 830 PRH Wave cut in sea cliff. 1917
3 831-832 PRH Prospector sod house – Kashvik Bay. 1917
3 828 PRH Cormorants nesting on cliff near Base Camp. 1917
3 826 PRH Base Camp. 1917
3 838 PRH Newly hatched sea gulls on beach. 1917
3 833 PRH Prospector and sod house, Kashvik Bay. 1917
3 834 PRH Stream entering Kashvik. 1917
3 835 PRH Crossing Kashivak Bay. 1917
3 839-840 PRH Newly hatched gulls on beach. 1917
3 842 PRH Newly hatched gulls on beach. 1917
3 843-844 PRH Conglomerate in the Natnek sandstone, Kashvik Bay. 1917
3 845 PRH Outcrop of Naknek formation, sea cliff, Kashvik Bay. 1917
3 846 PRH Vegetation of the tundra near Base Camp. 1917
3 847 PRH Polygonum vivipara. 1917
3 848 PRH Erigeron salsuginous. 1917
3 849 PRH Harebells. 1917
3 850 PRH Rumex species on the tundra. 1917
3 861 PRH Topographer working on peak west of Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 862 PRH Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes looking north. 1917
3 864 PRH Big vent in lower valley, from mountain peak. 1917
3 865 PRH Looking west from near lower end of mud flow toward Naknek Lake. 1917
3 867 PRH Topographer’s station on floor of mudflow. 1917
3 868 PRH Stumps of trees destroyed by the mudflow. 1917
3 869 PRH Canyon cut in mudflow by marginal stream. 1917
3 870 PRH Shipley crossing a gully in the mudflow. 1917
3 871 PRH Campfire at lower end of mudflow. 1917
3 872 PRH Climbing mountain below the valley. 1917
3 873 PRH Crossing stream in lower Ukak Valley. 1917
3 874 PRH Looking across end of mud flow and lower part of the Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 875 PRH Looking across end of mud flow and lower part of the Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 876-878 PRH Looking across Ukak Valley from the terrace. 1917
3 879-880 PRH Drainage system above Ukak Valley. 1917
3 881 PRH Fording Ukak River, opposite shore formed by the eroded face of mudflow. 1917
3 882 PRH Closer view of the face of the mudflow. 1917
3 883 PRH Small fumarole in lower valley almost choked by drifting sand. 1917
3 886 PRH Working near ridge between fumarole. 1917
3 887 PRH Examining crater in the plain. 1917
3 889 PRH One of Mageik’s glaciers. 1917
3 891 PRH Maynard and Shipley at Camp 5. 1917
3 892 PRH Camp 5 with Maynard, Shipley and Walter. Peak of Mageik in background. 1917
3 893 PRH Topographer’s station near Novarupta. Knife Peak in background. 1917
3 894 PRH Novarupta from same point as 983. 1917
3 895 PRH Boulders in Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 896 PRH Topographer’s station in second Katmai Valley. 1917
3 898 PRH Lower Katmai Lake. 1917
3 899 PRH Topographer drinking under snow drift. 1917
3 900 PRH Site of the dam whose breaking caused the great flood, Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 901-902 PRH Church on Bear Mountain. 1917
3 903 PRH Ferrying supplies across the lagoon. 1917
3 904 PRH Sea cliff near Base Camp. 1917
3 905 PRH Following the beach trail. Griggs, Church, Sayre. 1917
3 906 PRH Target practice. Maynard’s miss. 1917
3 907 PRH Grass, alders, and cottonwoods at edge of Tundra. 1917
3 909-910 PRH Waiting for the Steamer, Kodiak. 1917
3 911 PRH Headquarters of the expedition in Kodiak, vacant Russian mission house. 1917
3 912 PRH W. J. Erskine Co.’s dock, Kodiak. 1917
3 913 PRH Codfish schooner at Kodiak. 1917
3 914 PRH Walter, Griggs, and Maynard. 1917
3 915 PRH headquarters of the expedition in Kodiak, vacant Russian mission house. 1917
3 196 PRH Steamship Santa Anna, Kodiak. 1917
3 917, 919, 920 PRH Steamship Santa Anna, Kodiak. 1917
3 921 PRH Taking pictures in the pond near Kodiak. 1917
3 922-923 PRH Canoeing near Kodiak. 1917
3 924-925 PRH Codfish arriving at Kodiak to be cured for shipment below. 1917
3 926 PRH Sea gulls, Kodiak. 1917
3 927 PRH The Minnie B. at dock at Kodiak. The Minnie B was the boat which took up the expedition in the fall. 1917
3 928 PRH Sea gulls, Kodiak. 1917
3 930 PRH Russian Church at Kodiak. 1917
3 1013 PRH Scenery in Wrangell Narrows. 1917
3 1016 PRH Amusements on the steamer journey. 1917
3 1017 PRH An Alaskan type. 1917
3 1018 RFG An Alaskan type. 1917
3 1019 RFG Charlie Carter, who formerly carried the mail through the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes and across Katmai Pass on dog sled. 1917
3 1020 RFG Plan of Alaska Gastineau Mining Co. at Thane. 1917
3 1021 RFG Barracks for the miners at Thane. 1917
3 1022 RFG Plant of Alaska Gastineau Mining Co. at Thane. 1917
3 1023 RFG Passengers on the steamer. 1917
3 1025 Shops of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway at Cordova. 1917
3 1026 RFG A mud shark hauled on the beach, Prince William Sound. 1917
3 1028-1029 RFG Kodiak from the Protestant Cemetery. 1917
3 1032 RFG Vegetation Station #57, June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1033 RFG Vegetation Stations #5 and #6, June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1034 RFG Vegetation Station #7, June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1035 RFG Shooting star dodecation paciflorum near Kodiak, June 9, 1986. 1917
3 1036 RFG Spruce. Picea sitchensis. Heavily loaded with cones at the edge of its range. 1917
3 1037 RFG Horsetail fruiting. June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1038-1039 RFG Romanzoffia sitchensis, Kodiak. June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1040 RFG Spruce seedlings in the forest, Kodiak. 1917
3 1041 RFG Vegetation Station #13. June 9, 1917. 1917
3 1042 RFG Vegetation Station #19. June 10, 1917. 1917
3 1043 RFG Melting snow drifts, Kodiak. June 10, 1917. 1917
3 1044 RFG Horsetail in fruit. 1917
3 1045 RFG Anemone narcissiflora. 1917
3 1046 RFG Gymnamdria stelleri on tundra of Katmai. 1917
3 1055 RFG Tundra giving way to mud, near Base Camp. 1917
3 1057 RFG Tracks of land otter in the sand. 1917
3 1058 RFG Tracks of land otter in sand. 1917
3 1059 RFG Wirdrew of pumice floated in by the tide. 1917
3 1060 RFG Crossing stream on log. 1917
3 1061 RFG Bear tracks in sand. June 19, 1917. 1917
3 1062-1063 RFG Bear tracks in sand. June 19, 1917. 1917
3 1064 RFG Polemonsium humile. 1917
3 1065 RFG Forget-me-not Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1066 RFG Androsace. Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1067 RFG Arctic poppy. Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1068 RFG The arctic flower garden on the slope of Bear Mountain. The ground is bare with isolated tufts of vegetation, etc. 1917
3 1069 RFG Arctic poppy. 1917
3 1071 RFG Bear trail in the mud. 1917
3 1072 RFG Bear track measuring 10 x 15¼ inches. 1917
3 1073 RFG Giant Cottonwood at Martin Creek. 1917
3 1073a RFG Bear trail in the mud. 1917
3 1074 RFG Giant cottonwood at Martin Creek. Trunk 4.15 meters in circumference. 1917
3 1075 RFG Polemonium acutiflorum. 1917
3 1076 RFG Geranium Erianthum. 1917
3 1077 RFG Photographer Church getting picture of the trout brook. 1917
3 1078 RFG Waterfall on slopes of Topographers Peak. 1917
3 1080 RFG Hoodoos eroded in bad, Mageik Creek. 1917
3 1081 RFG Badland is eroded in the Mageik mud flow. Note the man on the knife edge to the left. 1917
3 1083-1084 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1085 RFG Terraces left by stream eroding away its fan of ash. 1917
3 1086 RFG Stream spreading out of its ash fan. 1917
3 1087-1089 RFG A series of waves in the center of a swift stream. 1917
3 1090 RFG A stream leaving terraces as it cuts down its ash fan. 1917
3 1091 RFG A section of the ash fall showing differential weathering between first and second layers. The top of the flow is the dark streak marked by the point of … 1917
3 1092 RFG A stream leaving terrace as it cuts down its ash fan. Note convergent slope of the terraces. 1917
3 1093 RFG Trees cut off by Mageik flood. 1917
3 1094 RFG Entrance to Mageik flood. 1917
3 1095-1098 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1099 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1100 RFG Forest beds in Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1101 RFG Mageik Creek undercutting wall of the Canyon. Note loose rock overhanging. 1917
1102 RFG Misty Maiden Waterfall. 1917
3 1103 RFG Arctic poppy on slope of Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1104 RFG A willow sending out a new shoot from old plant buried by the eruption, slopes of Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1105 RFG Agrostis hiemalie. Come up on old soil bared of ash on slope of Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1106 RFG Rapids at the site of the slide in Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1107 RFG Rapids at the site of the slide in Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1108 RFG Struggling with the field dark room at Camp 4. 1917
3 1109 RFG High water mark of flood marked by broken tree near mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1111-1114 RFG Crossing Martin Creek by means of the G Line. 1917
3 1115 RFG Crossing Martin Creek by means of the G Line. 1917
3 1117-1118 RFG View across Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from Camp 5. 1917
3 1120 RFG Camp 5 and the cookstove. Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1121 RFG Small fumarole midway between Camp 5 and novarupta which forms the background. 1917
3 1122 RFG Putting a pot to cook in a fumarole. 1917
3 1123. RFG Our warming oven, scooped out of the hot soil. 1917
3 1124 RFG The arrival of the pack train, Camp 5. 1917
3 1125-1126 RFG Our refrigerator just beyond Camp 5. 1917
3 1128 RFG Conical pile of detritus beneath Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1130 RFG Steaming fissures on hillside beyond Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1131 RFG Conical piles of detritus at foot of Falling Mountain, one of them steaming profusely. 1917
3 1132 RFG Fumaroles in the Valley, west of Novarupta. 1917
3 1133 RFG Detritus at the foot of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1134 RFG Maze of fumaroles west of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1135 RFG Looking into the crater of Novarupta from the edge of the rim. 1917
3 1137 RFG A bread crust bomb on the crater rim of Novarupta. 1917
3 1138 RFG A large extinct fissure. 1917
3 1139 RFG Small fumarole with a small cone of detritus built up around vents. 1917
3 1140 RFG Mt. Mageik from the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1141 RFG Looking up Valley towards Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1142. RFG A line of small fumaroles along a concealed fissure in the floor of the Valley. 1917
3 1143 RFG A fumarole with a crater. A slight elevation action surrounding it shows that it originated in explosive action. 1917
3 1144 RFG View across Valley from the west. The men approaching across the plain help to give the scale, but are much too close. 1917
3 1145 RFG Taking the temperature of a hot one. Our thermometer read 1917
3 1146 only to 3600 Centigrade. Note that the steam does not condense for some distance from the vent. 1917
3 1147 RFG Mt. Mageik from a mountain above the Valley. 1917
3 1148 RFG Looking across Valley toward Knife Peak from the West Wall. 1917
3 1149 RFG Mt. Mageik from a mountain above the Valley. 1917
3 1150 RFG River Lethe cutting through layer in rated by fumarole action. 1917
3 1151 RFG Lichenoid and incrustations of alum around a small fumarole. 1917
3 1151a RFG One of the smaller fissures in the ash surface. 1917
3 1152 RFG Segment of ash broken apart in the opening of the fissure. 1917
3 1153 RFG The cone of the fumarole broken in two by the opening of a fissure. 1917
3 1154 RFG The much cravassed glacier on the slope of Mt. Mageik. 1917
3 1155 RFG Fissure on hillside at edge of Valley. 1917
3 1156 RFG The foot of the glacier on southwest slope of Mageik. 1917
3 1157 RFG Glacier from Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1158 RFG Block of butte of tuff exposed on the shore of Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1159 RFG Pinnacle of ice at the foot of the glacier near Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1160 RFG General view of the fault in which Fissure Lake is located, looking across the lake. 1917
3 1161-1161a RFG Fissure Lake. Note upthrow and down throw sides of the fault. 1917
3 1162-1163 RFG Glacier from Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1164 RFG General view of the fault in which Fissure Lake is located, looking across the lake. 1917
3 1165 RFG Fissure Lake showing slope away from the water on the down throw side. 1917
3 1166 RFG Fault on the west side of the Valley. 1917
3 1167 RFG Fault at the base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1169 RFG Blocks loosened by fault shown in 1166. 1917
3 1170 RFG Attempt to photograph the interior of vent along the fault. 1917
3 1171 RFG Group of vents at northern extremity of Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1173 RFG Knife peak from Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1174 RFG Looking up a brach valley full of fissures toward Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1175 RFG Knife Peak from Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1172 RFG Big fumarole at north angle of Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1176 RFG Knife Peak from Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1177 RFG High mud mark on the side of the Valley. 1917
3 1178 RFG Elevated bed built up by an overloaded stream since run dry. 1917
3 1179 RFG An attempt to photograph one of the little steamers coming out through sandstone rock on Broken Mountain. 1917
3 1181 RFG Knife Peak from Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1182 RFG Faults and steaming fissures on the top of Broken Mountain. 1917
3 1183 RFG Broken ground full of steaming fissure beyond Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1184 RFG A great area of steaming fissures to the east of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1185 RFG Small parallel fissures in the vicinity of novarupta. 1917
3 1186 RFG Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1187 RFG Looking up Valley toward Novarupta. 1917
3 1189-1190 RFG Novarupta and the peaks of Katmai seen from Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1191 RFG Backside of Katmai from Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1192 RFG Looking down Valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1194 RFG Novarupta seen from Camp 5. 1917
3 1195 RFG Novarupta from Camp 5. 1917
3 1196 RFG Looking down the Valley from Camp 5. Transverse fissures particularly well thown. 1197 panoramic view with 1196. 1917
3 1197 RFG Looking down the Valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1198 RFG A fumarole heavily encrusted with white siliceous sinter, east of Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1200 RFG Members of the expedition in the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1201 RFG Fumarole half way down the Valley. Notice the men. 1917
3 1202 RFG Fumaroles half way down the Valley. 1917
3 1199 Close up of fumarole shown in 1198 which is heavily encrusted with white siliceous sinter, located east of Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1203 RFG The cookstove. Streaking due to accidental immersion in saltwater on return trip. 1917
3 1205 RFG Fumarole on side of the gully east of Baked Mountain. 1917
3 1206 RFG Bad lands eroded in the mud of the Valley. 1917
3 1207 RFG A chunk of pumice thrown out from Novarupta. 1917
3 1209 RFG Encrustations of alum around a fumarole 1917
3 1210 RFG A chunk of pumice thrown out from Novarupta. 1917
3 1211 RFG Photographer working in thick cloud of steam. 1917
3 1212 RFG Vents west of Novarupta. 1917
3 1213 RFG Vents west of Novarupta. 1917
3 1217 RFG Camp in second Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1218-1219 RFG Upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1221 Valley at the head of Takkala. 1917
3 1222 RFG Takkala Pass. 1917
3 1223 RFG Ash covered glacier coming down from Princess Peak into the head of second Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1224 RFG Takkala Pass. 1917
3 1225-1226 RFG Takkala Pass. 1917
3 1227-1228 RFG Upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1229-1230 RFG upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1231-1232 RFG Irregular conical mounds of rock stream detritus across upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1233 RFG Irregular conical mounds of rock stream detritus thrown across upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1234 RFG Falls of Katmai River between First and Second Lakes. Note the angular character of the boulders which show absolutely no sign of weather … 1917
3 1235 RFG The bed of a diminutive rock stream on a slope of Noisy Mountain. The mass of mud and stone has just come down from the mountain … 1917
3 1237 RFG upper Katmai Lake from the course of the landslide ridge of Noisy Mountain. 1917
3 1239 RFG Sun setting over a corner of Mt. Katmai from the second valley. 1917
3 1240-1242 RFG Sun setting over a corner of Mt. Katmai from the second valley. 1917
3 1243 RFG Sun setting over a corner of Mt. Katmai from second valley. 1917
3 1244 RFG Corner of Mt. Katmai seen from the river in the second valley. 1917
3 1245 RFG Shorelines of the lake that caused the great flood. 1917
3 1246 RFG portion of Mt. Katmai from the east side. 1917
3 1247-1248 RFG Looking down Katmai Canyon from the Lower Lake. 1917
3 1249-1250 RFG Looking south across Lower Katmai Lake. Note shore line of the high-level lake. 1917
3 1252 RFG Shorelines of the high-level lake that caused the flood. 1917
3 1253 RFG Falls in the stream that comes off from the east side of Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1254 RFG The mouth of the stream that flows off the east side of 1917
3 1255 high-level lake before the flood. At the left a flow of basalt which, coming down from Mt. Katmai, dammed up the original valley of the stream … Mt. Katmai. At the right the remains of the delta deposited in the stream… 1917
3 1256 Section of the high-level delta. 1917
3 1257 RFG Looking south across lower Katmai Lake. Note shoreline of the high-level lake. 1917
3 1258 RFG Notch and waterfall shown in part in 1255. 1917
3 1260 RFG The site of the landslide which dammed Katmai Canyon forming the high-level lake. The larger boulder in the background. 1917
3 1262 Climbing out of Katmai Canyon. Wall on opposite side is 4,500 feet high. 1917
3 1263 RFG Camp 9. 1917
3 1264 RFG Tossing flapjacks at Camp 9. 1917
3 1265 RFG Mud flow on Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1266-1267 RFG Mouth of Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1268 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1269 RFG Glacial drift on top of Mageik Canyon, demonstrating its post-glacial age. 1917
3 1270 RFG Glacial drift on top of Mageik Canyon, demonstrating its post-glacial age. 1917
3 1271-1273 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1274 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1275 RFG mudflow on Mt. Katmai. Note contact of the lava flow and the sandstone beneath the falls. 1917
3 1276 RFG Katmai Valley from near Prospect Point. 1917
3 1277 RFG The Misty Maiden Waterfall from Prospect Point. 1917
3 1278 RFG Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1279 RFG Breakfast at Camp 9. 1917
3 1280 RFG On the trail with a bushel of junk slung on behind. 1917
3 1281 RFG Level shore bench near Cape Kubugakli. 1917
3 1282 Arctostaphylose alpina from tundra near Base Camp. 1917
3 1283 RFG Boletus species on the tundra. 1917
3 1284 RFG A group of boletae of different ages. 1917
3 1285 RFG A tussock of sedge, grown up from the bottom of a pool in the tundra. 1917
3 1286 RFG Hummocks in the tundra. 1917
3 1288 RFG Boletus species on the tundra. 1917
3 1289 RFG Pond in the tundra. 1917
3 1290 RFG picea sitchensis, at Cape Kubugakli. 1917
3 1291 RFG Mt. Kubugalki from the triangulation station. 1917
3 1292 RFG Alpine harebell on the tundra. 1917
3 1293 RFG A bed of harebells on the tundra. 1917
3 1294 RFG Clump of arctic daisies on the tundra. 1917
3 1295-1296 RFG Senecio resedifolius on the tundra. 1917
3 1297 RFG Clump of harebells on the tundra. 1917
3 1298 RFG Arnica lessingii in fruit on the tundra. 1917
3 1299 RFG Parnasia species, growing on the tundra. 1917
3 1300 RFG Weighing out gold dust to pay for provisions. 1917
3 1302 RFG Clump of arctic daisies on the tundra. 1917
3 1303 RFG Arnica lessingii in fruit on the tundra. 1917
3 1304 RFG Sea pink on the tundra. 1917
3 1305 RFG Cornus suecica fruiting on the tundra. Background vaccinium uliginosium. 1917
3 1307 RFG Parnassia on the tundra. 1917
3 1308 RFG pond on the tundra with cotton top grass along the margin. 1917
3 1309-1310 RFG Weighing out gold dust to pay for provisions. 1917
3 1306 RFG A bed of a temporary pool on the tundra. 1917
3 1311-1312 DBC Surf on beach at Base Camp. 1917
3 1320 RFG Bad-lands eroded in the floor of Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1321 RFG A stream-cut gully through a maze of fumaroles in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1322 RFG Nearer view of some fumaroles shown in 1321. 1917
3 1323 RFG Vents to the west of Novarupta. 1917
3 1324 RFG Portion of the crater of Novarupta showing the fault inside of Broken Mountain. 1917
3 1325 RFG Steaming fissures east of Novarupta. 1917
3 1327, 1331 DBC Surf on beach at Base Camp. 1917
3 1333 A swell off coast near Base Camp. 1917
3 1334 RFG Crossing stream near Kodiak. 1917
3 1335-1336 RFG Pond near Kodiak. 1917
3 1337 RFG Vegetation Station No. 59., Sept. 5, 1917. 1917
3 1338 RFG Vegetation Station No. 14, Sept. 5, 1917. 1917
3 1339-1340 RFG The ocean from the deck of the steamer on the return. 1917
3 1341 RFG Vegetation Station No. 45, Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1342 RFG Vegetation Station No. 46, Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1343 RFG Incipient salt marsh. Vegetation Station No. 47. Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1344 The site of vegetation Station Nos. 42, 43, 49, Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1345 RFG Detail in salt marsh. Vegetation Station No. 48, Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1346 RFG Bull kelp at Kodiak. The marker is a six foot stick. 1917
3 1347 RFG Beginning of the salt marsh on the ash plain near Five-Brun Ranch south of Kodiak. 1917
3 1348 RFG Boletus. Photograph, Jasper Sayre. 1917
3 1349 RFG Vegetation Station No. 21, near Kodiak. Sept. 12, 1917. 1917
3 1350 RFG Vegetation Station No. 20, Sept. 5, 1917, near Kodiak. 1917
3 1351 RFG Vegetation Station No. 18, Sept. 12, 1917, near Kodiak. 1917
3 1352 RFG First exposure- Vegetation Station 59. 1917
3 1353 RFG Vegetation Station No. 22 near Kodiak. 1917
3 1354 RFG Native houses in a cove near Kodiak. 1917
3 1355-1358 RFG Kodiak looking up channel. 1917
3 1359 RFG Kodiak looking up channel. 1917
3 1361-1362 Child and dog. 1917
3 1364 RFG Houses of the native village of Yakutat. 1917
3 1365-1366 RFG The grave of the chief at Yakutat. 1917
3 1363 RFG Houses of the native village at Yakutat. 1917
3 4 Sailing ship with tug boat. 1917
3 1501 JWS Topographer testing his instrument at Kodiak. 1917
3 1502 JWS Native carpenters mending a dory at Kodiak. 1917
3 1506-1507 JWS Expedition landing on the shore of Katmai Bay, June 15, 1917. 1917
3 1508 JWS Expedition landing on the shore of Katmai Bay, June 15, 1917. 1917
3 1509 JWS Outcrop of Naknek sandstone near Base Camp. 1917
3 1511 RFG Track of bear’s front foot, Katmai Valley. The white ruler is six inches long. 1917
3 1512 RFG Track of bear’s hind foot, 9 x 14 inches. 1917
3 1513 RFG Mageik from foot of Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1514-1515 RFG A bear’s trail that sprouted, lower Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1516 RFG Lateral moraine of Martin Great Glacier extending out into Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1517 RFG Lateral moraine of Martin Great Glacier extending out into Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1518 RFG Ash flat in Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1519 RFG Glacial grooves on the bank of Katmai River. 1917
3 1520 RFG A bear’s trail that sprouted, lower Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1521 DBC A rainy day in the Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1522 DBC Looking north from the summit of Katmai Pass. 1917
3 1523 DBC Mt. Mageik from near the summit of the pass. 1917
3 1524 DBC Observation mountain from near the summit of the pass. 1917
3 1525 DBC Bad lands in the flat of Mageik Creek above Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1526-1527 DBC Stream from one of the Trident Hot Springs heavily encrusted with yellow ochre. 1917
3 1528 DBC Trident from slope of Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1529 DBC A stitch in time saves nine. 1917
3 1531-1532 DBC Climbing down into Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1533-1534 DBC Upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1535 DBC The terminus of Princess Glacier at the head of the second Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1536 DBC Waterfall near the head springs on Takkala Creek. The water is almost certainly a fault scar. 1917
3 1537 A gorge on Takkala Creek. 1917
3 1538 DBC General view of the Valley of Takkala Creek. 1917
3 1539-1540 DBC General view of the Valley of Takkala Creek. 1917
3 1541-1542 DBC Ascending Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1543 JSH No picture (see the first number 126). 1917
3 1544 DBC Walter scoring a board on which to wash clothes. 1917
3 1545 DBC Outcrop of the Naknek Formation on Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1546 DBC The first summit of Bear Mountain. The beach of Katmai Bay is in the distance. 1917
3 1547 DBC Topographer’s station on the summit of Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1548-1549 DBC Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1550 DBC The lagoon west of Katmai Bay from the summit of Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1551 DBC In a massive bed in the Naknek Formation, Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1552 DBC The wall of Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1553 DBC A strikingly eroded strata in the Naknek. 1917
3 1554-1555 DBC Sunrise from Camp 4. 1917
3 1556 DBC Crossing Martin Creek by means of the Gee String. 1917
3 1557 DBC Making a landing on the opposite side. The only line is to the near shore. Note the angle to which it is pulled. 1917
3 1558 Pulling in the canoe. 1917
3 1559 DBC Pulling in the last man after the others have crossed. 1917
3 1560 DBC On the trail in Martin Creek. 1917
3 1561 RFG The rawness of the new in Anchorage. 1917
3 1562 RFG Substantial settlers’ houses in Anchorage. 1917
3 1563 RFG Vegetation Station 8, Kodiak, June 10, 1917. 1917
3 1564 RFG Vegetation Station 11, Kodiak, June 10, 1917. 1917
3 1565 RFG Vegetation Station 12, Kodiak, June 10, 1917. 1917
3 1566 RFG Horsetail in fruit, Kodiak. 1917
3 1567 RFG Pedicularis on the tundra at Katmai. 1917
3 1568 RFG Flowers of ledum decumbens. 1917
3 1569 RFG A prostrate alder hugging close to the protection of the ground. 1917
3 1570 RFG Diapensia lapponica in flower, Bear Mountain, June 16, 1917. 1917
3 1572 RFG Sieversia in flower. 1917
3 1573 RFG Sieversia in flower. 1917
3 1574 RFG Anemone species in flower. 1917
3 1575-1576 RFG Bear tracks in the mud in the tide flats of the lagoon. 1917
3 1577 RFG A bear trail in Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1578 RFG Wave cut terraces on the foot of the mountain in the Shelikof Strait. 1917
3 1579 RFG Surface of Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1580 RFG Magiek from Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1581-1582 JWS The lava plug of Novarupta from the crater rim. 1917
3 1583 JWS Steaming fissures in the mountain top above Novarupta. 1917
3 1584 JWS Looking toward Camp 5 from the mountain above Novarupta. 1917
3 1585 JWS Looking toward Camp 5 from the mountain above Novarupta. 1917
3 1587 JWS A system of erosion gullies above Novarupta. Steaming fissures in the background. 1917
3 1588 JWS A profusion of steaming fissures on the mountainside opposite Novarupta. 1917
3 1589 JWS The bottom of a steaming fissure. 1917
3 1543 JWS Photographer and topographers working on the summit of Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1590 The bottom of a steaming fissure. 1917
3 1591 LGF A near view of biggest fumarole in lower valley, too close to give any real idea of its magnitude. Compare No. 1660. 1917
3 1592 LGF A near view of the biggest fumarole in the lower valley. Too close to see magnitude. Compare with 1660. 1917
3 1593 LGF A stream cut section near the toe of the mud flow. 1917
3 1594 LGF A stream cut section near the toe of the mud flow. 1917
3 1595 LGF A charred mat of vegetation carpeting the soil of the original surface in an area from which the mud has been removed by erosion. 1917
3 1596 LGF A stream canyon cut through the mud flow near the foot of the valley into the original soil beneath the mud. 1917
3 1597 LGF A filled crater in the mud flow. 1917
3 1598 LGF Detail at the base of 1597. 1917
3 1599 LGF Waterfall coming down beneath a snow drift. 1917
3 1600 LGF A vent opening in the side of a stream canyon not far from Novarupta. 1917
3 1601 JWS Collecting gas in a U tube, Station ____. 1917
3 1602 JWS Wind erosion near the lower end of the valley. 1917
3 1603 JWS Collecting gas in a U tube, Station ____. 1917
3 1604 JWS Steam spouting up through the water of the river Lethe. 1917
3 1605 JWS Penetrating a mass of fumaroles in the vicinity of Novarupta. 1917
3 1606 JWS Vent near the middle of the valley. 1917
3 1607-1608 JWS Collecting gas in a U tube, Station ____. 1917
3 1609 JWS Vents near the angle of the valley. 1917
3 1610 JWS Steam from one of the craters in the middle of the valley. 1917
3 1611-1612 JWS Canyon cut in the floor of the valley. 1917
3 1613 JWS Hoodoos formed by the fracturing of the mud flow. 1917
3 1614 JWS Near view of 1613. 1917
3 1615-1616 JWS Fissure Lake with its miniature ice bergs. Note the stream rising from the opposite side. 1917
3 1617 JWS Steam rising from fissured ground in the vicinity of Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1618 JWS “Hine’s first look into hell.” 1917
3 1619 JWS Collecting gas in a U tube, Station ____. 1917
3 1621 DBC Looking down the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1622 DBC Waiting for supper to cook. 1917
3 1623 DBC Fishing the pot out of the cookstove in a contrary wind. 1917
3 1624 DBC Mount Mageik. 1917
3 1625 DBC Taking panoramic pictures of the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1626 DBC Looking down the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1627 DBC Looking across the valley from the slopes of Novarupta. 1917
3 1628 DBC Looking down the valley from Mt. Cerberus. 1917
3 1629-1630 DBC The glaciers of Mt. Magiek from Camp 5. 1917
3 1631 RFG Looking across the valley from the slopes above Novarupta. 1917
3 1632 RFG Steam issuing from one of the rock fragments at the base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1633 RFG Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1634 RFG Looking down the valley from the cook stove. 1917
3 1636 RFG Looking north from the cook stove. 1917
3 1637 RFG Looking west from the cook stove. 1917
3 1641 DBC Mountains in Seldovia Bay. 1917
3 1642 DBC Seldovia from the Cannery Point. 1917
3 1643 DBC A typical street in Anchorage. 1917
3 1644 DBC Shipping in the harbor at Anchorage. 1917
3 1645 DBC Landscape from the road at Kodiak. 1917
3 1646-1649 DBC Aboard the Hunter enroute for Katmai Bay. 1917
3 1650 DBC A sea cliff at Base Camp. 1917
3 1651-1652 RFG Waterfall at the head of Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1653 RFG Lunching on the shore of Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1654 RFG A fault along the west side of the Valley not far from Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1655 RFG Looking east toward Novarupta from Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1656 RFG A view in the valley. 1917
3 1657 RFG A narrow sinuous canyon cut by streams into the mud flow. 1917
3 1658 RFG Wind erosion in the lower portion of the Valley. 1917
3 1659-1660 RFG The largest vent in the lower part of the valley. The man silhouetted against the steam gives the scale. 1917
3 1661 DBC Party setting out down the valley for Naknek Lake. 1917
3 1662 DBC Sayre filling his pipe by the cookstove. 1917
3 1663 DBC Church filling his pipe by the cookstove. 1917
3 1664-1665 DBC The first arrival in the valley. Preparing to pitch camp. 1917
3 1667 DBC Church in Katmai Pass. 1917
3 1668 DBC Nearing the summit of Katmai Pass. 1917
3 1669 DBC Mt. Mageik from Katmai. 1917
3 1670 DBC Mt. Mageik from Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1671 RFG Lupine growing in the pumice near the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1672 RFG Base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1673-1675 RFG Avalanche Mountain from Martin Creek. 1917
3 1676 RFG A giant cottonwood near the mouth of Martin Creek, 4.15 meters in circumference. 1917
3 1677 RFG Trees laid over by the flood near the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1678 RFG Bear dung full of vegetable fibers indicating the character of diet. 1917
3 1679 RFG The wallow occupied by a bear at night. 1917
3 1680 RFG A jumble of debris on the surface. 1917
3 1681 RFG A stream from the trident hot springs about 50 yards from its source. 1917
3 1682-1683 RFG The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes as we first saw it on July 4. 1917
3 1684 RFG Waterfall in Mageik Canyon. 1917
3 1685 RFG Waterfall from Mt. Katmai. The water drops 255 feet. Height of lava cliff above observer 1,610 feet. 1917
3 1686 RFG The two falls at the head of the mud flow on Mt. Katmai. The lower falls drops 255 feet, the upper 150 feet. Height of the upper fall above observer 1,404 feet. 1917
3 1687 RFG “The Flood Fall” at the mouth of Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1688 RFG Plants coming up on the slopes of Mt. Katmai where ash has been removed. 1917
3 1691 RFG The mouth of a vent below Camp 5. The steam is so transparent as to interfere little with the photo. 1917
3 1692-1693 RFG Climbing down into Katmai Canyon. 1917
3 1694 RFG Harebells growing on the slopes of Mt. Katmai. 1917
3 1695 RFG Vegetation Station #132, August 6, 1917. 1917
3 1696 RFG Vegetation Station #133, August 6, 1917. 1917
3 1697 RFG Vegetation Station #134, August 6, 1917. 1917
3 1701 RFG Looking down the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1704 RFG Sayre lowering pot into cookstove. 1917
3 1706 RFG An attempt to catch the inside of a vent spoiled by too much steam. 1917
3 1707 RFG A great cloud of Steam shutting out everything behind it. 1917
3 1708 RFG Cross currents of wind in the valley. Note that the steam columns are drifting in opposite directions. 1917
3 1709 RFG Vents along the west side of the valley well down toward the bend. 1917
3 1710 RFG Looking up the valley toward Mt. Cerberus. 1917
3 1711-1712 RFG Down the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1713 RFG Spoiled by too much steam. 1917
3 1714 RFG Shipley sniffing gases from one of the big vents on the west side of the valley. 1917
3 1715-1716 RFG Shipley sniffing gases from one of the big vents on the west side of the valley. 1917
3 1717 RFG Along the east side of the valley. 1917
3 1718 RFG Very active at the foot of Broken Mountain. The beginning of condensation of steam is well indicated in the picture. 1917
3 1719 RFG Cavern beneath the smooth floor of the valley. A small quantity of steam may be seen emerging. 1917
3 1720 RFG The mouth of a vent. Spoiled by too much steam. (1721RFG same as 1671.) 1917
3 1723 RFG A rock disintegrating after its fall from the slopes of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1724 RFG A rock disintegrating after its fall from the slopes of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1725 RFG Stream from fissures in Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1726 RFG A steaming fissure on the side of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1727 RFG The inside of the crater ring and part of the steaming plug of lava in Novarupta. The man at the left gives the scale. 1917
3 1728-1729 RFG Steam rising from the lava plug of Novarupta. 1917
3 1730 RFG Novarupta and Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1731 RFG Fissure on the mountain side above Falling Mountain. Distance obscured by steam. 1917
3 1732 RFG A small vent in the side of a water gully. 1917
3 1733 RFG Group of vents near the base of Broken Mountain. 1917
3 1734-1735 RFG Spoiled by too much steam. 1917
3 1736 RFG A group of vents near the foot of the valley looking east from Mountain. 1917
3 1737 RFG Looking north from the same direction. 1917
3 1738 RFG Vents near the angle of the valley. 1917
3 1739 RFG Conspicuous lineal arrangement of small vents looking northeast from the same standpoint as 1737. 1917
3 1740 RFG Vents in the valley. 1917
3 1741 DBC Sunset in Katmai Pass. The two little fumaroles at right were the first of all the myriads in the valley to be discovered. 1917
3 1742-1743 DBC Sunset clouds from the Barrier Range. 1917
3 1744-1745 DBC Sunset clouds from the Barrier Range. 1917
3 1746 DBC Mt. Katmai from the hill above Camp 4. 1917
3 1747 DBC Trident from Camp 4. 1917
3 1748 DBC Looking up Katmai Canyon toward Princess Peak from near Camp 4. 1917
3 1749 DBC Washing up after a month in the valley. 1917
3 1750 DBC Mail day, Camp. 1917
3 1751 DBC Horsetail growing through the ash. 1917
3 1752 DBC Trail along the edge of Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1753 DBC A former tundra on the trail up Katmai Valley. 1917
3 1754 DBC Fording a tributary stream on the trail to Camp 3. 1917
3 1756 DBC Flood work near the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1757 DBC Crossing Martin Creek. Mt. Mageik in the background. 1917
3 1759 DBC Attempting to cross Martin Creek without a boat. Overcome by the swift waters. 1917
3 1760 DBC Mt. Katmai from the trail up the valley. 1917
3 1761 RFG A cavernous mouth of a vent in the bottom of the valley of Camp 5. 1917
3 1762 RFG Looking toward Novarupta from Camp 5. 1917
3 1763 RFG Setting a pot to cook. 1917
3 1764 RFG A conical hill built up around one of the vents in the valley. 1917
3 1765 RFG Another view of the same. 1917
3 1766 RFG The edge of the crater rim of Novarupta. 1917
3 1767 RFG Clouds of steam from Novarupta. 1917
3 1768 RFG Steam rising straight up from one of the vents. 1917
3 1769 RFG Fresh fallen snow on the mountains along the valley. 1917
3 1770 RFG A line of vents probably marking the position of a bridged-over fissure. 1917
3 1771 RFG River Lethe running in a canyon at the foot of Mt. ____. 1917
3 1773 RFG Vents along the west side of the valley. Mt. ____ in the background. 1917
3 1775 RFG Place where the River Lethe crosses a line of activity. 1917
3 1776-1777 RFG Place where the River Lethe crosses a line of activity. 1917
3 1778 RFG Double exposure. 1917
3 1779 RFG A tent at Camp 5 in a wind storm. At times it did not seem possible for the tents to stand the strain. 1917
3 1781 RFG Section of a glacial moraine in Katmai Valley at the base of Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1782 RFG Restricted herbage below the high water mark of the great flood. 1917
3 1783-1784 RFG Vegetation Station 135, August 13, 1917. 1917
3 1785-1786 RFG Veratrum escholtzii at Camp 12, August 14, 1917. 1917
3 1787 RFG Chamaenerion latifolium. 1917
3 1788 RFG Conical pile of detritus on Mageik boulder flow. 1917
3 1789 RFG Shoulder of the mountain abraded by the Mageik boulder flow. Horseshoe Lake in the foreground. 1917
3 1790 RFG Mageik boulder flow. The man at the right gives the scale. 1917
3 1791-1792 DBC An exposure of the Naknek formation near Base Camp. 1917
3 1793 DBC Erosion in the Naknek formation at Base Camp. 1917
3 1794 DBC Robbing cormorants nests on the sea cliffs. 1917
3 1795 DBC Laying out the base line for the survey. 1917
3 1796 DBC Hine’s garden. 1917
3 1797 DBC Tangle of grass and birches at Base Camp. 1917
3 1798-1799 DBC Ferrying supplies across the lagoon. 1917
3 1801 RFG A column of steam from a big fumarole rising straight into the air. 1917
3 1802 RFG More distant view of the same. 1917
3 1803 RFG General view across the upper end of the valley. The steam from the big vents in the foreground is so hot that it does not condense for a … 1917
3 1804 RFG A group of craters on the valley floor seen from mountains along the west side. The circular marks on the adjacent surface suggests … 1917
3 1805 RFG Double exposures. 1917
3 1806-1807 RFG Looking across the valley toward Knife Peak. 1917
3 1808 RFG A steaming fissure covered over with a thin layer of mud through which an ice arc is thrust. 1917
3 1809 RFG A steaming fissure east of Novarupta. 1917
3 1810 RFG Novarupta from the slopes of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1814 LGF Clearing the ground for the base camp. 1917
3 1815 LGF Travelling up the valley along the edge of the flood area near the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1816 LGF A giant cottonwood 4.15 meters in girth. 1917
3 1821-1822 DBC Reflections in upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1823 DBC Princess glacier at the head of Katmai Valley. Princess Peak in background. 1917
3 1824 DBC Reflections in upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1825-1826 DBC Looking across lower Katmai Lake and down the Canyon. 1917
3 1827 DBC upper Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1828 DBC Land slide debris between the two Katmai Lakes. The irregular body of water is an expansion in Katmai River. 1917
3 1829 DBC Travelling along the shore of lower Katmai Lake. 1917
3 1830 DBC Section of the old delta below the Katmai Lakes. 1917
3 1831 JWS A cottonwood tree buried in the ash. The curious branching shows that it had reached the limits of height possible under the … 1917
3 1832 LGF Forest bent and broken before the flood. 1917
3 1833 LGF The edge of damage by the flood. The trees in the background instead of being bent over were all broken off leaving only a few … 1917
3 1834 LGF The big spring at the base of Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1841 DBC Starting up the valley from Camp 2. 1917
3 1842 DBC Resting on the trail near the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1843 DBC Packing through the dead forest below the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1844 DBC Crossing the stream below the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1845-1846 DBC Crossing the great ash plain below the mouth of Martin Creek. 1917
3 1847 DBC The edge of the flood swept country, the large trees standing, small trees bent before the water. 1917
3 1848 DBC Trout pool in the devastated country. Query. How do the trout manage to survive. 1917
3 1849 DBC The fossil horizon on Bear Mountain. 1917
3 1850 DBC Looking up the slopes of Bear Mountain from an altitude of about 1,000 feet. 1917
3 1851 RFG Laminated lava on the slopes of Mt. Katmai above Camp 12. 1917
3 1852-1852 RFG Fall at the head of Katmai mudflow. 1917
3 1854 RFG Looking down the gulch through which the Katmai mudflow poured. 1917
3 1855 RFG The land slide which dammed up the flood lake from the slopes of Katmai. 1917
3 1856-1857 RFG Chemical laboratory in the desert. 1917
3 1858 RFG Arch passage way through a waterfall cut by the waters from the trident. 1917
3 1860 RFG One of the hot springs on the slopes of trident. 1917
3 1861-1862 JWS Trench produced by faulting of the mudflow. 1917
3 1863 JWS Fault blocks in the mudflow. 1917
3 1864-1865 JWS Glacier and waterfall at the western corner of the valley. 1917
3 1866 JWS Fissures Lake and the glacier along the opposite side. 1917
3 1867 JWS Ice pinnacle in the glacier along Fissure Lake. 1917
3 1868 JWS Foot of the glacier at the west corner of the valley. 1917
3 1869-1870 JWS A fumarole near the high mud mark, west side of the valley. 1917
3 1871 JWS Shipley with his pack and goggles starting out for the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1917
3 1872 JWS Photographing the valley from Camp 5. 1917
3 1873 RFG A chunk of pumice thrown out from Novarupta. 1917
3 1874 RFG A gully eroded into the surface of the Valley. 1917
3 1875 RFG Fumaroles east of Novarupta. 1917
3 1876 DBC Debris at the base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1877 DBC A steaming conical pile of debris at the base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1878 DBC Debris at the base of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1879 DBC Looking west from the rim of Novarupta. 1917
3 1880 DBC Novarupta from the foot of Falling Mountain. 1917
3 1881 DBC Travelling up the slopes of Observation Mountain in a sand storm. 1917
3 1882-1883 DBC Mt. Mageik from the slopes of Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1884 DBC Mt. Mageik from the slopes of Observation Mountain. 1917
3 1885 DBC Crossing Magiek Creek. 1917
3 1886 DBC Mt. Mageik from the bank of Mageik Creek. 1917
3 1887 DBC Eroded end of the mudflow back of observation Mountain. The line two-thirds of the way up is the Katmai ash above which is a … 1917
3 1888-1889 DBC General view of the bluffs formed by the erosion of the mudflow back of Observation Mountain. Katmai ash may be seen … 1917
3 1890 DBC Mt. Cerberus from Katmai Pass. 1917
3 1891 RFG A rock carried by the Mageik Boulder Flow. The ice ax gives the scale. 1917
3 1892-1893 RFG Characteristic topography from the Mageik Boulder Flow 1917
3 1894 RFG Looking across the Horseshoe Lake to the cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1917
3 1895 RFG Stratified ash on a flat top stone in the boulder flow. 1917
3 1898 RFG Conical piles of ash cones on a melting snow drift. 1917
3 1899 RFG Nearer view of the same. The two cones sectioned in the foreground show the snow core. 1917
3 1900 RFG Looking across the landslide block in Magiek Canyon. 1917
4 3501 JDS P. Hagelbarger beside train. 1918
4 3502 JDS Green River, Wyoming (storefronts w/bluffs). 1918
4 3503 JDS Cowboy at Green River, Wyoming (crossing railroad tracks). 1918
4 3504 JDS Green River, Wyoming (storefronts). 1918
4 3505 JDS A sod house on the plains. 1918
4 3506 JDS Hot Lake, Oregon (building fronts). 1918
4 3507 JDS Lighthouse on the inside passage, Alaska. 1918
4 3508 JDS Steam schooner on inside passage. 1918
4 3509-3510 JDS Canadian steamship, Prince Rupert. 1918
4 3511-3512 JDS Steamship Almeda. 1918
4 3513 JDS Ketchikan, Alaska. 1918
4 3514 JDS River and water main, Ketchikan, Alaska. 1918
4 3515 JDS Waterfall at Ketchikan near storage dam. 1918
4 3517 JDS Storage dam for city water at Ketchikan. 1918
4 3518 JDS Storage dam for city water at Ketchikan. 1918
4 3519 JDS Skunk Cabbage. 1918
4 3520 JDS Floating ice in Icy Straights, Alaska. 1918
4 3521 JDS The Inside Passage, Alaska. 1918
4 3522 JDS Skagway, Alaska (city street). 1918
4 3523 JDS Skagway, Alaska (panorama). 1918
4 3524-3525 JDS S.S. Northwestern at the dock, Skagway. 1918
4 3526 JDS Haines, Alaska. 1918
4 3527 JDS Mountain scene from Haines. 1918
4 3528 JDS A group of passengers from the S.S. Northwestern. 1918
4 3529 JDS Mr. Hyde, Mr. Stephanovich, and Mr. Sayre. 1918
4 3530 JDS Port William Seward, Alaska. 1918
4 3531 PRH J. D. Sayre. 1918
4 6010 Pine tree/mountain backdrop (loose). 1918
4 Unnumbered -Shovel in bog by tree (loose). 1918
4 3532 JDS C.R. and N.W. depot at Cordova. 1918
4 3534 JDS C.R. and N.W. trestle at Cordova. 1918
4 3535 JDS C.R. and N.W. train leaving Cordova. 1918
4 3536 JDS Ft. Liscum, Alaska. 1918
4 3537 JDS Ft. Liscum, Alaska. 1918
4 3538 JDS Snow scene at Nellie Juan Cannery. 1918
4 3539 JDS P. R. Hagelbarger. 1918
4 3540 JDS LaTouche, Alaska. 1918
4 3541 JDS Waterfall in Dryer Bay. 1918
4 3542 JDS Neah Bay. Prospectors meeting the steamer Dora. 1918
4 3543 JDS Neah Bay. Prospectors lightering supplies ashore from steamer Dora. 1918
4 3544 JDS Seagulls on the wing. 1918
4 3546 JDS Port Chatham, Alaska. 1918
4 3547 JDS Surf at Cook Inlet. 1918
4 3548 JDS Port Chatham. 1918
4 3549 JDS Miners’ cabins at Port Chatham. 1918
4 3550 JDS Steamship Dora with 2 whalers anchored at Port Chatham. 1918
4 3552-3553 JDS Ozinka, Alaska. 1918
4 3554 JDS Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3555 JDS Taking freight ashore at Unga. 1918
4 3556 JDS An Unga cod fisherman in his dory with a load of fish coming into Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3557-3558 JDS Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3559 JDS Cod fish station at Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3560 JDS Another view of Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3561 JDS School house at Unga Alaska. 1918
4 3562 JDS Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3563 JDS Anchorage at Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 3564 JDS View of Unga taken from the Dora. 1918
4 3565 JDS Cannery dock at Morzhovoi. 1918
4 3566 JDS Sockeye Canning Company at Morzhovoi Bay. 1918
4 3567 JDS Scott’s Cap Lighthouse at Unimak Pass. 1918
4 3568 JDS Dutch Harbor, Alaska. 1918
4 3569 JDS Wharf at Dutch Harbor, Alaska. 1918
4 3570 JDS Northern Commercial Company’s Building, Dutch Harbor. 1918
4 3572 JDS Port Moeller, Alaska. 1918
4 3573 JDS Gas Boats pulling the Dora off the mud at Port Moeller, Alaska. 1918
4 3574 JDS Main deck of the Dora. 1918
4 3575 JDS Schooner C. A. Thayer in Bering Sea. 1918
4 3576 JDS Ice in the Bering Sea taken from the steamer Dora (June 7, 1918). 1918
4 3578 JDS Square-rigger at anchor in Bristol Bay. 1918
4 3579 JDS 3 barks and a tug at anchor in Bristol Bay. 1918
4 3580 JDS Relaying our outfit up Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3581 JDS One-eyed Riley and Shorty in their bidarka. 1918
4 3582 JDS Getting ready to leave. 1918
4 3583-3584 JDS One-eyed Riley and Shorty shooting the rapids below Camp XIII. 1918
4 3585 JDS A view of the Naknek Rapids taken from the hill above Camp XIII. 1918
4 3586 JDS Looking straight across river from above Camp XIII. 1918
4 3587 JDS A view of Naknek Rapids taken further up the stream than 3586. 1918
4 3588 JDS Tundra near Camp XIII. 1918
4 3589 JDS Tundra near Camp XIII. 1918
4 3590 JDS Camp XIII. 1918
4 3591 JDS Camp XIII and the head of the rapids. 1918
4 3592 JDS Looking straight across the river from Camp XIII. 1918
4 3593 JDS Naknek Rapids and a large rock out in the center of the stream. 1918
4 3594 JDS On the way up Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3595 JDS Trolling for trout at the lower end of Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3596 JDS Camp 14 on the Naknek River above Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3597 JDS The end of the swift water. 1918
4 3598 JDS Camp V at the outlet of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3599 JDS Our boats pulled in the small lagoon at the end of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3601 JDS Camp 16 on west shore of Naknek Lake. Note ice deposited granite boulders on the shore. 1918
4 3602 JDS Storm bound at Camp 16. 1918
4 3603-3604 JDS Frozen tundra at Camp 5. 1918
4 3605 JDS Frozen tundra at Camp 15. 1918
4 3606 JDS Chief Engineer on the motorship Katmai. 1918
4 3607 JDS Shores of Naknek Lake taken from the boat near the western end of the lake. 1918
4 3608 JDS Shores of Naknek Lake taken from the boat showing scattered spruce on tundra west of the lake. 1918
4 3609 JDS Our boats on the beach at the foot of Dumpling Mountain. 1918
4 3610 JDS Stunted spruces around the base of Dumpling Mountain. 1918
4 3611 JDS Camp 17 from Dumpling Mountain. Island Bay of Naknek Lake in the background. 1918
4 3612 JDS Tom’s Lake as seen from the summit of Dumpling Mountain. 1918
4 3613 JDS Lake dotted tundra as seen from the summit of Dumpling Mountain. 1918
4 3614 JDS Station 24. 1918
4 3615-3616 JDS East Pass. 1918
4 3617 JDS Shores of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3619 JDS Granite belt on the shore of Naknek Lake from topographic station XXV. 1918
4 3621 JDS East pass from Station 25. 1918
4 3622 JDS Station 25. 1918
4 3623 JDS The Pinnacles. 1918
4 3624 JDS A closer view of the Pinnacles taken from Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3625 JDS Wart Mountain. 1918
4 3626 JDS The Gakluik Range, taken from Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3627 JDS Shores of Naknek Lake near our base camp. 1918
4 3628 JDS An ash filled bog in the spruce forest near Platform Ridge which has been carpeted with Equisetum. 1918
4 3629 JDS On the trail to Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3630 JDS The end of the mud flow. Taken from Ukak Creek just above the spring. 1918
4 3631 JDS Camp 19 below the turn in the mud flow. 1918
4 3632 JDS Ulak Creek flowing between mudflow and the sedimentaries surrounding the valley. Note the ash layer near the top of the mudflow. 1918
4 3633 JDS Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes taken from Pasture Peak. 1918
4 3634 Junction of Windy Creek on right. River Lethe on the left in the mudflow. In the background can be seen the high mud mark and above it the untouched cottonwood trees. 1918
4 3635 JDS The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from point D. 1918
4 3636 JDS The Pinnacles on the west side of the Gakluik Range. 1918
4 3637 JDS the Equisetum Flat in the spruce forest near Platform Ridge 1918
4 3638 JDS Partly killed cottonwood grove between Naknek Lake and Platform Ridge. Dense growth of equisetum and betula kenaiha. 1918
4 3639 JDS Large wash grown up to cottonwood near the foot of Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3640 JDS Looking toward Wart Mountain from our trail across an equisetum flat. 1918
4 3641 JDS Looking northwest on our trail from Ukak Flat to Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3642 PRH J. D. Sayre. 1918
4 3643 JDS P. R. Hagelbarger at work. 1918
4 3644 JDS River Lethe flowing through the mudflow at low water. 1918
4 3645 JDS A view of the valley taken from Camp 5. 1918
4 3646 JDS Summit of Katmai Pass. 1918
4 3647 JDS Mageik Creek. 1918
4 3648 JDS Our tents at Camp 4. 1918
4 3649 JDS Our tents on the pumice bank at Camp 4 in Katmai Valley. 1918
4 3650 JDS The grasslands in the dead cottonwood groves near Bear Mountain. 1918
4 3651 JDS Katmai Valley taken from Camp 2. 1918
4 3652 JDS Bear tracks near Camp 2 grown up with grass compare with July 4, 1917. 1918
4 3653 JDS Bear track near Camp 2. 1918
4 3654 JDS Our camp near the trout stream in the Katmai Valley. 1918
4 3655-3657 JDS Mt. Mageik taken from Katmai Valley. 1918
4 3658 JDS P. R. Hagelbarger crossing Martin Creek. 1918
4 3659-3660 JDS A big spring on the trail down Katmai Valley. 1918
4 3661 JDS Our outfit at Camp 4. 1918
4 3662 JDS Mt. Mageik. 1918
4 3663 JDS Mt. Mageik from Camp 5. 1918
4 3664 JDS Mt. Mageik from Mageik Creek mudflow. 1918
4 3665 JDS A view of the valley entrance to pass looking toward Novarupta. 1918
4 3666 JDS A view of the valley from Camp 5 looking toward Baked Mountain. 1918
4 3667 JDS Looking at the length of the valley from Camp 5. 1918
4 3668 JDS Looking across the valley from Camp 5 toward the Buttress Range. 1918
4 3669 JDS Pimples on the mudflow below the narrows caused by the deposition of wind-blown sand over steaming cracks. 1918
4 3670 JDS Pimples on the mudflow below the narrows. 1918
4 3671 JDS Sod house at old Savonoski. 1918
4 3672 JDS The church at old Savonoski. 1918
4 3673 JDS The cemetery at old Savonoski. 1918
4 3674 JDS Backyard scene at the deserted village of old Savonoski showing grass returning above the ashfall which can still be seen on the caches. 1918
4 3675 JDS Water front at old Savonoski showing the main line of barabaras. 1918
4 3676 JDS Fish racks and caches at old Savonoski. 1918
4 3677-3678 JDS Old Savonoski. 1918
4 3679 JDS View of east end of east arm of Naknek Lake taken from the edge of Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3680 JDS The mouth and delta of Ukak River. Note how the east end of Naknek Lake has been filled in by the pumice and ash carried down from the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1918
4 3682 JDS Knife Peak from Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3683 JDS Mount Martin on right and the Valley of 10,000 Smokes in the center as seen from Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3684 JDS Mt. Mageik and Mt. Martin at the lower end of the mudflow as seen from Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3686-3687 JDS A view of the Gakluik Range from Station 27. 1918
4 3688 JDS Looking north from Platform Ridge. The Savonoski Lakes showing in the background. 1918
4 3689 JDS Overlooking the Ukak Valley from the edge of Platform Ridge. 1918
4 3690 JDS Looking across Ukak Valley from Platform Ridge showing Point 112. 1918
4 3691 JDS Spruce trees near our trail which were mauled by a big brown bear. 1918
4 3692 JDS A mud volcano. 1918
4 3693 JDS A small bubbling mud volcano. 1918
4 3694 JDS Taking the temperature of a mud volcano. 1918
4 3695 JDS Looking toward Novarupta from Camp 5. 1918
4 3696 JDS A glacier on the slopes of Mt. Mageik showing the heavy load of ash which it carries. 1918
4 3697-3698 JDS Fumarole #3. 1918
4 3699 JDS A view of the steaming fissure near fumarole #3 1918
4 3700 JDS P. R. Hagelbarger taking a photograph of fumarole #3. 1918
4 3701 JDS At work in the valley. 1918
4 3702 JDS Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1918
4 3703 JDS Out Camp at Camp 5. 1918
4 3704 JDS Our cookstove at Camp 5. 1918
4 3705 JDS Fumarole #4. 1918
4 3706 JDS Fumarole #5. 1918
4 3707 JDS Taking temperatures of fumaroles in the valley. 1918
4 3708 JDS Looking toward Station 11 from the rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 3709 JDS Falling Mountain taken from the rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 3710 JDS Novarupta. 1918
4 3711 JDS Novarupta (man in circle). 1918
4 3712 JDS View of Novarupta looking toward trident. 1918
4 3713 JDS A hot acid fissure, light yellow in color and giving off choking acid fumes. 1918
4 3714 JDS Broken rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 3715 JDS Novarupta. 1918
4 3716 JDS Fumarole XV with thermocouple in throat on the right showing prominent light yellow deposits and powdery white fumes. 1918
4 3717 JDS Fumaroles around the base of Novarupta looking toward center of the valley (compare with #1627-1917). 1918
4 3718 PRH Taking temperature of large crater at foot of Falling Mountain. It was necessary to descend into throat of this crater with the aid of a rope in order to place thermocouple in the vent. 1918
4 3719 PRH Sayre emerging from crater at foot of Falling mountain after taking its temperature. 1918
4 3720 JDS Fumarole #10. 1918
4 3721 JDS Fumarole XII. 1918
4 3722 JDS Fumarole 14 (temp. 299 ). 1918
4 3723-3724 JDS Fumarole XIV. 1918
4 3725 JDS Pyrometer registering 418 C at fumarole XIV. 1918
4 3726 JDS Fumarole IXX. 1918
4 3727 JDS Fumarole XX. 1918
4 3728 JDS Close up of pyrometer at surface of fumarole XX. 1918
4 3729 JDS Large crater in center of valley (No. XXI). 1918
4 3730 JDS View of crater in valley. 1918
4 3732 JDS Ravine which we climbed on the way to Station XXX. 1918
4 3733 JDS Waterfall encountered on the way to Station XXX. 1918
4 3734 JDS Crossing stream in the mud canyon near Pature Peak. 1918
4 3735 JDS Deep canyon near our camp. 1918
4 3736 JDS Stream flowing between mudflow and mountain at the edge of the valley. 1918
4 3737 JDS Junction of the river Lethe with the stream from Windy Lake. 1918
4 3738 JDS Junction of the River Lethe and Windy Creek. 1918
4 3739 JDS Fumarole No. 25. 1918
4 3740 JDS Fumarole No. 29. 1918
4 3742 JDS A close view of the throat of Fumarole XXX with thermocouple in position. Steam and gases were transparent in the throat because of the high temperature condensing 10 feet beyond the picture. 1918
4 3743 JDS Fumarole No. 31. 1918
4 3744 JDS Fumarole XXXIII thermocouple and pyrometer in position recording the temperature of the hottest vent found in the valley. The thermocouple is 2 feet in the hole and registers 440 C. The ground surrounding is unbearably hot. 1918
4 3746 JDS A view of fumarole No. 33. 1918
4 3747 JDS A view of the valley taken from near fumarole No. 33. 1918
4 3748-3749 JDS View of valley taken from near fumarole No. 33. 1918
4 3750 JDS Fumarole No. 36. 1918
4 3751 JDS The valley. 1918
4 3752 JDS The valley. 1918
4 3753 JDS The area in which we located fumarole No. 38. 1918
4 3754-3755 JDS An area of steam. 1918
4 3756 JDS Steamers along northern end of Buttress Range. 1918
4 3757-3758 JDS Fumarole No. 39. 1918
4 3761 JDS Hagelbarger cooking flapjacks. 1918
4 Unnumbered New lava silica 75%, old lava silica 60%. 1918
4 Unnumbered Volcanic rock? 1918
4 3762 JDS Camp scene at Base Camp. 1918
4 3763 JDS Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1918
4 3764 JDS Hagelbarger on the trail. 1918
4 3765 JDS Bear tracks. 1918
4 3766 JDS At rest by the spring. 1918
4 3767 JDS Pool in windy creek where the hot spring by which the man is standing empties into the cold water of the creek forming an ideal swimming hole with hot and cold water. 1918
4 3768 JDS The 950 C hotspring in the mudflow and the warm pool in Windy Creek. 1918
4 3769 JDS Fumarole I which registered 220 C. The gases being invisible until fifteen feet from the hole in which is seen in the foreground. This fumarole is the last one to the north in the mudflow. 1918
4 3770 JDS The trail around platform ridge. 1918
4 3771 JDS Camp XXII where we were storm bound on our homeward voyage. 1918
4 3772 JDS Storm bound on our homeward voyage to Naknek. 1918
4 3773 JDS The dory covered up for the night. 1918
4 3774-3775 JDS Granite islands near Station XXV. 1918
4 3776 JDS Hagelbarger at work on Station XXXI at east pass. 1918
4 3777 JDS Dumpling Mountain from Station XXXI. 1918
4 3778 JDS A view of the east side of east pass from Station XXXI. 1918
4 3779 JDS A view of the Gakluik Range from Station 31. 1918
4 3780 JDS Dumpling Mountain from Station XXXI. 1918
4 3781 JDS Ice dropped rocks on the shore of the west arm of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3782 JDS Flat, treeless tundra at the hook. 1918
4 3783 JDS A view from Station II showing the many lakes on the tundra. 1918
4 3784 JDS Vegetation at Station II. 1918
4 3785 JDS Cairn built at Station XXII near outlet of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 3786 JDS Upward Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3787 JDS A bend in the river at Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 3788 JDS Hagelbarger running the rapids in the canvas canoe. 1918
4 3789 JDS Hagelbarger running the rapids in the canvas canoe. 1918
4 3790 JDS A view of the lagoon at Camp II. 1918
4 3791 JDS Naknek River showing wooded cliff from Station XXXVII. 1918
4 3792 JDS Naknek River looking west, taken from Station 37. 1918
4 3793 JDS Naknek River and our camp. 1918
4 3794 JDS A view of the white man’s cemetery at Naknek. 1918
4 3795-3796 JDS Native houses at the Naknek Packing Co. Cannery. 1918
4 3798 JDS Hospital and bunk house opposite Naknek Packing Co.’s Cannery. 1918
4 3799 JDS Spruce trees on Naknek Hill showing the healthy branches near the ground and the dead area two feet above where the branches are SMOTHERED BY the ice crusted snow. 1918
4 3800 JDS River bank below Station XXXVIII. 1918
4 3801 JDS Native village at Naknek. 1918
4 3802 JDS Russian church at Naknek. 1918
4 3803 JDS Native home at Naknek. 1918
4 3804 JDS The Twilight and the Comet belonging to Foss Brothers of Illiamna, Alaska. 1918
4 3805 JDS Foss Brothers’ boats at the northwestern cannery dock. 1918
4 3806 JDS The Twilight and the Comet. Belonging to Foss Brothers of Illiamna, Alaska. 1918
4 3807 JDS Cannery belonging to Northwestern Fisheries Company at Naknek, Alaska. 1918
4 3808 JDS Native’s home at Naknek. 1918
4 3809 JDS Leaving the dock for Pactolus. 1918
4 3810 JDS Frank B. Smith’s summer cottage, Naknek. 1918
4 3811 JDS Captain George W. Wester. 1918
4 3812 JDS Main Top Royal Yard. Broken while raising it. 1918
4 3813 JDS The St. Catherine. 1918
4 3814 JDS The rigging of the Pactolus. 1918
4 3815-3816 JDS Deck of the Pactolus. 1918
4 3817 JDS “Ruggles” (mascot). 1918
4 3818 JDS “Ruggles”. 1918
4 3819-3820 JDS The St. Catherine. 1918
4 3821 JDS Men loading their baggage on the scow previous to coming on board the Pactolus. 1918
4 3822 JDS A neighbor from Ugashik. 1918
4 3823-3824 JDS Leaving Naknek Packing Co. Dock. 1918
4 3825 JDS Naknek Company’s cannery. 1918
4 3826 JDS Naknek Company’s cannery. 1918
4 3827 JDS Naknek Company’s cannery. 1918
4 3828 JDS Ship Pactolus. 1918
4 3830 JDS Libby Main at anchor in Bristol Bay. 1918
4 3831-3833 JDS Tommy (cat/mascot). 1918
4 3834 JDS Star of Zealand. 1918
4 3835 JDS City of Sydney and other boats at anchor in Bristol Bay. 1918
4 3836 JDS Libby Main and the Morse. 1918
4 3837 JDS Libby Main. 1918
4 3838 JDS A lighter of salmon being towed to one of the boats. 1918
4 3839-3840 JDS A lighter of salmon being towed to one of the boats. 1918
4 3841 JDS The St. Catherine. 1918
4 3842 JDS Pactolus under full sail. 1918
4 3843 JDS Pactolus under full sail. 1918
4 3844 JDS White caps taken from wheel-house of the Pactolus. 1918
4 3845-3846 JDS Weathering out the storm. 1918
4 3847 JDS Weathering out the storm. 1918
4 3848-3850 JDS White caps taken from the wheel house. 1918
4 3851 JDS Mess house and bunk house at Naknek Packing Company. 1918
4 3853 JDS Hospital at Naknek Packing Company. 1918
4 3854 JDS Buildings of the Naknek Packing Company. 1918
4 3856 JDS Hospital and wall tent. 1918
4 3857 JDS Summer bungalow belonging to Mr. Frank Smith, Supt. of the Naknek Packing Co. 1918
4 3858 JDS Putting a scow away for the winter. 1918
4 3859 JDS Mr. Grant, an old prospector of the base of the Alaskan Peninsula. He has not been out for thirty years. 1918
4 3860 JDS Dock scene at Naknek. 1918
4 3862 JDS Scott’s cap lighthouse. 1918
4 3863 JDS Unalaska from nearby mountain. 1918
4 3864-3865 JDS Unalaska. 1918
4 3867-3868 JDS Unalaska. 1918
4 3869-3870 JDS Spruce trees at Unalaska. 1918
4 4001 PRH Green River, Wyoming. 1918
4 4003 PRH Sayre at Green River. 1918
4 4005 PRH Gasoline locomotive in Oregon. 1918
4 4006 PRH Cowboys at Green River, Wyoming. 1918
4 4007 PRH Ranch in Oregon. 1918
4 4008 PRH Ranch along the Snake River, Idaho. 1918
4 4011 PRH “Duke” Stephanovich wounded Serbian Lieutenant. 1918
4 4012 PRH SS Prince Rupert passing SS Northwestern. 1918
4 4013-4015 PRH SS Prince Rupert. 1918
4 4016 PRH SS Humbolt passing us in the Inside Passage. 1918
4 4017 PRH Ore docks at Skagway, Alaska. 1918
4 4018 PRH C.R. & N.W. train leaving Cordova. 1918
4 4019 PRH C.R. & N.W. trestle at Cordova. 1918
4 4021 PRH Fort Liscum Valdez, Alaska. 1918
4 4023 PRH Dock at Fort Liscum Valdez, Alaska. 1918
4 4024 PRH Girl packers at herring saltery near Latouche. 1918
4 4025 PRH C. W. Hyde on SS Dora. 1918
4 4026 PRH Jasper Sayre. “Duke” Stephanovich, and “Major” Hyde on the SS Dora. 1918
4 4027 PRH Lightering freight and agricultural implements ashore at Afognak, Alaska (boats). 1918
4 4028 PRH Ship Star of Alaska at anchor in Chignik Bay. 1918
4 4029 PRH Sight seeing in Cordova. 1918
4 4042 PRH Cod fishing schooner Beulah in Bering Sea. 1918
4 4043 PRH Unga, Alaska. 1918
4 4044 PRH Lightering ashore at Unga (boat). 1918
4 4045 PRH SS Dora at Unga. 1918
4 4046 PRH Scotch Cap Lighthouse, Unimak Island. 1918
4 4047 PRH Taking mail ashore at Scotch Cap Lighthouse. 1918
4 4051 PRH SS Dora at Unalaska, Decoration Bay. 1918
4 4052 PRH Sea gulls at Unalaska dock. 1918
4 4053 PRH Unalaska harbor. 1918
4 4054 PRH Unalaska Village, Alaska. 1918
4 4055 PRH Salix Reticulata (flora). 1918
4 4056 PRH Taking the mail ashore at Camp Sarichief Lighthouse. This is the first mail reaching the lighthouse for six months. 1918
4 4059 PRH Cod fisher on Bering Sea. 1918
4 4061-4062 PRH Pavlof Volcano. 1918
4 4064 PRH Eskimo with sailboat in Herendeen Bay. He is one of the known Esquimos whom the U.S. Government has settled Herendeen Bay. Note his sealskin coat. 1918
4 4065 PRH Tug Arctic in Herendeen Bay. 1918
4 4066 PRH Cruising in Bering Sea. 1918
4 4067-4068 PRH Schooner Thayer becalmed in Bering Sea. 1918
4 4069 PRH Approaching the ice on the Dora. 1918
4 4070 PRH Scattered ice floes at the edge of the Bering Sea Ice Pack taken from the SS Dora as the party was approaching Naknek. 1918
4 4071 PRH Tug Chilkat with steamer Dora meeting the Bering Sea Ice Floes. 1918
4 4072 PRH Tug Chilkat breaking a way through scattered floes twenty miles off Ugashik on June 5, 1918. 1918
4 4073 PRH Chilkat in the ice. 1918
4 4074 PRH Ice floes. 1918
4 4075 PRH Ice floes from the SS Dora. 1918
4 4076 PRH Tug Chilkat following SS Dora through Bering Sea ice floes. 1918
4 4077 PRH Tug Chilkat breaking a pool for us to back into and then around after we had become fast in the ice we were held in these floes for 3 days. 1918
4 4080 PRH Steamship Dora at Naknek. The 1918 party journeyed from Seward to Naknek in 18 days in this steamer. 1918
4 4081 PRH Lagoon below Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4082 PRH Naknek River and the rapids. 1918
4 4083 PRH Lining boat up Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4084 PRH Unloading boat to pull over rifle. 1918
4 4085 PRH River below the rapids. 1918
4 4086 PRH Naknek River and camp above the rapids. 1918
4 4087 PRH Camp at Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4088 PRH Tundra with scattered spruce near Naknek rapids. 1918
4 4089 PRH Naknek River below the rapids. 1918
4 4090 PRH Naknek Lake at outlet. 1918
4 4091 PRH Cairn at Station II. 1918
4 4092 PRH Sayre’s weekly wash, Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4093 PRH Storm on the shore of Naknek Lake at Camp XVI. 1918
4 4094 PRH Surf at Naknek Lake Camp XVI. 1918
4 4095 PRH Station III. 1918
4 4096 PRH Leaving Camp IV on Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4097 PRH Sailing up Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4098 PRH Stopping for lunch in West Arm of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4099 PRH Naknek Lake shore line Station XXXIV. 1918
4 4100 PRH Arriving at base camp. 1918
4 4101 PRH Cave from the shore of Tom’s Bay, floating pumice in the foreground. 1918
4 4102 PRH Deserted native barabara at Tom’s Bay. 1918
4 4103 PRH A fish cache at Tom’s Bay. 1918
4 4104 PRH Barabara and cache at Tom’s Bay. 1918
4 4105 PRH Needle Peak from Pasture Peak. 1918
4 4106 PRH Valley of Smokes as seen from the spruce woods up Windy Creek. This gives an idea of the former vegetation existing in the now devastated valley. 1918
4 4107 PRH Skipper Sayre. 1918
4 4108 PRH Sayre crossing Ash Flat under Mageik. 1918
4 4109 PRH Sayre fixing cache at Camp IV. 1918
4 4110 PRH Dead trees in Katmai Valley. 1918
4 4111 PRH Katmai Valley. Dead trees. 1918
4 4112 PRH Sayre taking soil sample on Katmai Ash flat. 1918
4 4114 PRH Lupine bed in Katmai Valley. 1918
4 4115 PRH Lupine bed near Martin Creek. 1918
4 4117 (no caption – stand of dead trees on slope). 1918
4 4118 PRH Mt. Mageik from Katmai Pass. 1918
4 4119 PRH Mineral spring in Katmai Pass. 1918
4 4120 PRH Crossing Katmai Pass July 6th. 1918
4 4121 PRH Mt. Mageik and Martin. 1918
4 4122 PRH Small fumaroles at lower end of mud flow. 1918
4 4123 PRH Savonoski church and cemetery. 1918
4 4124 PRH Interior of Savonoski church. 1918
4 4125-4126 PRH Caches at Savonoski. 1918
4 4127 PRH Deserted village of Savonoski. 1918
4 4128 PRH Stone and reflector oven at base camp. 1918
4 4129 PRH Base camp. Ready to leave for the valley of the Smokes. 1918
4 4130 PRH Spruce and cottonwood at base camp, Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4131 PRH Epilobrim anagallidofolium at end of the mud flow. 1918
4 4132 PRH Sayre in mud canyon. 1918
4 4133 PRH Fumarole No. 2. 1918
4 4134 PRH River Lethe flooding. 1918
4 4135 PRH Crossing stream at Camp VII. 1918
4 4136 PRH Canyon in the mud flow. 1918
4 4137 PRH The junctions of mud canyons at the end of the mud flow. 1918
4 4138 PRH Coming up out of mud canyon. 1918
4 4139 PRH Fumarole No. 24. 1918
4 4140 PRH Fumarole No. 26. 1918
4 4141 PRH Fumarole XXIX. 1918
4 4142 PRH Fumarole XXXI. 1918
4 4143 PRH Sayre standing within steaming area at Fumarole XXXII. 1918
4 4144 PRH Fumarole XXXIII which registered 440 C showing thermocouple in the narrow crack. The ground here was too hot for the instruments which were rested on the spade and pack as seen in the picture. 1918
4 4145 PRH Sayre packing thermocouple into fumarole XXXIII which registered 440 C at the surface. 1918
4 4146 PRH Mud volcano. 1918
4 4148 PRH Fumarole XXXVIII. 1918
4 4149 PRH Canyon of Knife Peak Creek near Fumarole 32. 1918
4 4150 PRH Fumarole No. 41. 1918
4 4151 PRH Close up of mud volcano in action. 1918
4 4152 PRH Mud volcano. 1918
4 4154-4155 PRH Valley of Smokes from Pasture Peak. 1918
4 4156 PRH Lakes in west valley from Pasture Peak. 1918
4 4157 PRH Dead spruce in west valley. 1918
4 4158 PRH Tarp tent over pup tent under station IX. 1918
4 4159 PRH Pup tent at Camp VI. 1918
4 4160 PRH Camp under station 9 on the pumice among the dead cottonwoods. 1918
4 4161 PRH Topographical Station IX. 1918
4 4162 PRH Knife Peak from Station No. 9. 1918
4 4163 PRH Sayre on trail. 1918
4 4164 PRH Bear tracks along trail. 1918
4 4165 PRH Cairn at Station 29. 1918
4 4166 PRH Shore line at base camp. 1918
4 4167 PRH Storm bound on Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4168 PRH Ready to leave for base camp at Naknek. 1918
4 4169 PRH Spear fishing at Tom’s Falls. 1918
4 4170 PRH Salmon speared with native spear. 1918
4 4171 PRH Leaping salmon at Tom’s Falls. 1918
4 4172 PRH Tom’s Falls. 1918
4 4173 PRH Cleaning salmon just speared at Tom’s Falls. 1918
4 4174 PRH Large salmon speared at Tom’s Falls. 1918
4 4176 PRH Station XXIII above east pass. 1918
4 4177 PRH East arm Naknek Lake Pass. 1918
4 4179 PRH East arm Naknek Lake from east pass. 1918
4 4180 PRH Boats at Camp XV by east pass. 1918
4 4181 PRH Sayre photographing tundra at Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4183 PRH Outlet of Naknek Lake. 1918
4 4184 PRH Lagoon below Naknek rapids. 1918
4 4185 PRH Coming down through Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4186-4187 PRH Letting the boat down through the rapids. 1918
4 4188 PRH Station XXI above Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4189 PRH Stunted spruce on tundra above Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4190 PRH Grave on winter trail above Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4192 PRH Camp XX with boats in the foreground. 1918
4 4194 PRH Camp XX. 1918
4 4195 PRH Savonoski. 1918
4 4196 PRH Fish racks at Savonoski. 1918
4 4197 PRH fish drying at Savonoski. 1918
4 4198 PRH Ships, Naknek Harbor. 1918
4 4199 PRH Ruggles keeping sea gulls off boat. 1918
4 4200 PRH Close up of Ruggles. 1918
4 4203 PRH Barge taking heavy sea at Naknek anchorage. 1918
4 4204 PRH Tug at Naknek anchorage. 1918
4 4205 PRH Ships at Naknek anchorage. 1918
4 4207 PRH Power boat taking heavy seas. 1918
4 4209 PRH Cod fish off Pactolus. 1918
4 4210 PRH Cod fishing off Pactolus. 1918
4 42114212 PRH Bark St. Catherine passing Pactolus in mid-pacific. 1918
4 4213 PRH Bark Pactolus under full sail. 1918
4 4214 PRH Bark Pactolus under full sail. 1918
4 4216 PRH Wheel house of Pactolus from rigging. 1918
4 4217 PRH Galley in forecastle of bark Pactolus taken from rat line leading to mizzen mast. 1918
4 4218 PRH Bark St. Nicholas approaching astern. 1918
4 4219 PRH “Maybe Tommy is up there.” 1918
4 4501 JDS Snow scene at Dryer Bay. 1918
4 4502 JDS Steamship Northwestern at cannery dock in Dryer Bay. 1918
4 4503 JDS Floating ice in Bering Sea taken from steamship Dora. 1918
4 4504 JDS Mrs. C. P. Hale and Mrs. John Newland on board the Dora. 1918
4 4505 JDS Floating ice in Bering Sea. June 5. 1918
4 4506 JDS Tug Chilkat in Bering Sea ice floes. Taken from SS Dora en route to Naknek. 1918
4 4507 JDS Chilkat in ice in Bering Sea. June 5, 1918. 1918
4 4508 JDS Eastern slope of Wart Mountain and small bay in front of our base camp. 1918
4 4509 JDS Eastern slope of Wart Mountain and small bay in front of our base camp. 1918
4 4510 PRH Spruce trees at base camp looking toward the Gakluik Range. 1918
4 4511 PRH Base camp in the grove of live spruce at head of Naknek Lake 15 miles from Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1918
4 4512 PRH Spruce trees around our tent at base camp. 1918
4 4516 PRH Knife Peak. 1918
4 4517 PRH Mageik Mountain. 1918
4 4518 JDS Glacier coming down from Mageik. 1918
4 4519 JDS Fissure Lake. 1918
4 4520 JDS The valley taken from Station II. 1918
4 4521 PRH Fumarole No. 3 showing Sayre working with thermocouple at the mouth of the fumarole. 1918
4 4522 PRH Fumarole No. 3. 1918
4 4523 PRH Fumarole near Katmai Pass. This was the first large fumarole that we saw when we crossed the pass in 1917. 1918
4 4524 PRH Looking toward Novarupta from the place of 4523. 1918
4 4525 PRH Looking toward Trident from the rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 4526 PRH Novarupta and falling mountain from the upper rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 4527 PRH The broken steaming area on the western slopes of Trident seen from the rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 4528-4529 PRH Lava plug of Novarupta taken from the crater rim above it. 1918
4 4530 PRH A close up view of the lava plug of Novarupta. 1918
4 4531 PRH Cracked and broken country on the upper rim of Novarupta. 1918
4 4532 PRH Large steamer below Novarupta. 1918
4 4533 PRH Looking toward Knife Peak from Novarupta. 1918
4 4534 PRH Glaciers on the back side of Mt. Katmai seen from Novarupta’s crater rim. 1918
4 4535 PRH Glaciers on the back side of Mt. Katmai taken from Novarupta. 1918
4 4536 PRH Sayre taking temperature of Fumarole XI. 1918
4 4537 PRH Fumarole #10. 1918
4 4538 PRH Fumarole #11. 1918
4 4539 PRH Fumarole #12. 1918
4 4540 JDS A small opening of Fumarole XIV which registers 310 C at the surface. 1918
4 4541 PRH Mt. Martin and Mageik from the Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1918
4 4542 PRH A large crater in the floor of the valley. 1918
4 4543 PRH Fumarole #22. 1918
4 4544 PRH Fumarole II showing gases caused by the combustion of a bunch of matches thrown into the throat. 1918
4 4545 PRH Fumarole II in normal condition with non-visible gases. It registered 210 C. 1918
4 4546 PRH Canyon of River Lethe in the mudflow. 1918
4 4547 PRH The edge of the mud flow showing burned tree stumps. The high mud mark and on the left the untouched trees. 1918
4 4548 PRH Burned tree stumps at the edge of the mud flow. 1918
4 4549 PRH Cleaning up a tent after a dust storm. 1918
4 4550 PRH Mudville. 1918
4 4551 PRH Lower end of the valley. 1918
4 4552 PRH Fumarole No. 36. 1918
4 4553 PRH Fumarole No. 37. 1918
4 4554 PRH Steamer at lower end of the valley. 1918
4 4555 PRH Sayre in the steam near Fumarole No. 38. 1918
4 4556 PRH Valley looking towards Mageik. 1918
4 4557 PRH The valley looking towards Katmai Pass. 1918
4 4558 PRH A small spouting mud volcano showing dense mass of steam in the background given off by it. 1918
4 4560 PRH A passive boiling mud pot. 1918
4 4561 PRH Looking east from Station 31 toward the outlet of Savonoski Creek. 1918
4 4562 PRH Looking west from Station 31 toward Wart Mountain. 1918
4 4563 PRH Spruce forest around base camp. 1918
4 4564 PRH A spruce tree formerly stunted but growing luxuriantly since ash fall. This year’s growth had exceeded 8″. This was in spruce woods at Naknek Lake 15 miles from the valley. 1918
4 4565 PRH Small spruce tree showing this year’s growth. 1918
4 4566 PRH Small spruce tree bent over by ash at the time of the eruption. The tree is still growing and sending up separate branches. 1918
4 4567 PRH Jasper D. Sayre. 1918
4 4568 PRH Spruce rust. Base camp. 1918
4 4569 PRH J.D. Sayre. 1918
4 4570 PRH Spruce rust on dead spruce tree near our Base Camp. 1918
4 4571-4572 PRH Our boats at Camp II. 1918
4 4573 PRH Photograph of the east pass taken from the boat showing the Gakulik range in the distance. 1918
4 4574 PRH Dumpling Mountain taken from the boat. 1918
4 4575 PRH Stunted spruce tree growing on the frozen tundra at the hook. 1918
4 4576 PRH Tundra vegetation at the hook. 1918
4 4577-4578 PRH Tundra. 1918
4 4579 PRH Section of the frozen tundra at Camp 13. 1918
4 4580 PRH A section of the frozen tundra at Camp 13. 1918
4 4581 PRH The tundra along the shore of Naknek Lake showing dwarfed cottonwood growing just above the waves. 1918
4 4582 PRH Scattered spruce on the shores of Naknek Lake near camp 12. 1918
4 4583 PRH Scattered spruce forest on the second terrace above the lake at camp 12. 1918
4 4584 PRH Tundra and scattered spruce at Camp 12. 1918
4 4585 PRH Naknek River taken from the fish camp. This is the beginning of the slow rapids above the rapids. 1918
4 4586-4587 PRH Naknek rapids. 1918
4 4588 PRH Beginning of Naknek rapids taken from a low hill back of Camp 15 looking toward Camp 3. 1918
4 4589 PRH Beginning of Naknek Rapids and Naknek River taken from Camp 15. 1918
4 4590 PRH View of Naknek River just a little below the beginning of the swift water. 1918
4 4591-4592 PRH Our tent and boat at Camp 15. Showing the beginning of the swift water at Naknek Rapids. 1918
4 4593 PRH Treeless tundra at Camp 15. 1918
4 4594 PRH A ravine in the tundra near Camp 15. 1918
4 4595 PRH Spruce tree near Camp 14 which has the lower limbs taken off by the crust of the snow in the winter. 1918
4 4596 PRH Camp 14 just above Naknek rapids. Note frame work for native wigwam in foreground. 1918
4 4609 JDS Steamer Libby Main at Naknek. 1918
4 4610 JDS Ship Lewellen G. Morse at Naknek. 1918
4 4611 JDS Sailing ships at anchor at Naknek, Bristol Bay. 1918
4 4612 JDS The Saint Catherine. 1918
4 4613 PRH Map of Katmai District boundaries of Katmai National Monument shown. 1918
4 4614 PRH Map of Katmai District proposed boundaries of Katmai National Monument. 1918
4 4615-4616 PRH Map of Katmai District. Boundaries of Katmai National Monument shown. 1918
4 4617 PRH Map of Katmai District Boundaries of Katmai National Monument shown. 1918
4 4618 PRH Map of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes. Topographer C. F. Maynard. 1918
5 5001 RFG Nimrod starting on first trip to mainland. 1919
5 5003 RFG Section cut through the layers of ash as it lies on the ground at Kodiak, showing new vegetation. 1919
5 5004 RFG No caption. 1919
5 5005 RFG A lichen growing on the ash at Kodiak. 1919
5 5006 RFG A lichen growing on the ash at Kodiak. 1919
5 5008 RFG Wood Island wireless station from the shore near Kodiak. 1919
5 5011 RFG Spruce seedlings coming up on surface of ash in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5012 RFG A closer view of similar seedlings. 1919
5 5013 RFG Vegetation Station 12. May 9, 1919. Snow six inches deep. 1919
5 5014 RFG Fruiting lichens on a stump in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5015 RFG Fruiting lichens on a stump in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5016 RFG Vegetation Station 13. May 9, 1919. Snow about one foot deep. 1919
5 5017 RFG Claydonia sp. as an epiphite on spruce stump in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5019 RFG An old mother tree surrounded by seedlings in forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5020 RFG An old mother tree surrounded by seedlings in forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5021 RFG An old mother tree surrounded by seedlings in forest at Kodiak. 1919
5 5023 RFG Lichen growing on the ash at Kodiak. 1919
5 5025 RFG Lichen growing on the ash at Kodiak. 1919
5 5029 WLH The top of a spruce tree showing the abundance of fruit. 1919
5 5030 ECK Entrance to Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5031 ECK Mountains south shore of Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5032 ECK Snow bridge at Mageik Camp. 1919
5 5033 ECK Mt. Mageik and our camp in the last grove of cottonwood. 1919
5 5033A ECK Snow bridge at Martin Creek Camp. 1919
5 5034 RFG Bridge across Martin Creek. 1919
5 5035 RFG The edge of the boulder flow. 1919
5 5036 RFG The edge of the boulder flow. 1919
5 5037 RFG A bunch of rocks in the boulder flow. 1919
5 5038 RFG Irregular margin of the boulder flow. 1919
5 5039 RFG View across the upper part of the boulder flow showing cliff from which it comes. 1919
5 5040 RFG A pile of detritus on the surface of the boulder flow. 1919
5 5041 RFG One of the conical piles on the boulder flow. 1919
5 5042 RFG Cascade in the boulder flow. 1919
5 5043 RFG One of the boulders of the flow. The man in the hollow beneath the rock gives the scale. 1919
5 5044 RFG A stream twisting among the conical mounds of the boulder flow. 1919
5 5045 RFG Leaning lava columns adjacent to the cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1919
5 5046 RFG Leaning lava columns adjacent to the cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1919
5 5047 RFG The cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1919
5 5048 RFG Leaning lava columns adjacent to the cliff from which boulder flow originated. 1919
5 5049 RFG Looking across the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes toward Novarupta. 1919
5 5050 RFG Looking across the valley of Ten Thousand Smokes toward Novarupta. 1919
5 5053 RFG Looking across the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes toward Novarupta. 1919
5 5051 RFG The end of the glacier at the west corner of the valley. 1919
5 5054 RFG One of the gaping fissures along the margin of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
5 5055 RFG The end of the glacier at the west corner of the Valley. 1919
5 5056 RFG Heavily encrusted bank, full of steaming fumaroles. 1919
5 5057 RFG One of the conical piles of detritus at the foot of Falling Mountain. 1919
5 5058 RFG The fumaroles at Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5059 RFG A bridge over a fissure at Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5060 RFG “Bear tracks” in the extreme foreground in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
5 5061 ECK Baked Mountain Camp. Mount Martin in the background. 1919
5 5062 ECK Looking across a corner of the Valley from the rim of Novarupta. 1919
5 5063 ECK (No caption). 1919
5 5064 ECK Telephoto of Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5065 ECK Our drinking pool at the margin of the snow drift. 1919
5 5066 ECK Mt. Mageik from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5067 ECK Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5068 ECK Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5069 ECK Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5070 ECK Telephoto of Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5071 ECK Looking across the Valley toward the steam column of Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
5 5072 RFG Mount Martin. 1919
5 5074 RFG Yori at the breakfast table in the patched up grub tent. 1919
5 5075 RFG Seracs on the glacier which comes down at the west end of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1919
5 5076 ECK Crossing a snow field on the way up Mt. Katmai. 1919
5 5077 ECK The upper part of Katmai Canyon. 1919
5 5078 ECK The Katmai Crater. August, 1919. 1919
5 5079 ECK The Katmai Crater, August, 1919. 1919
5 5080 ECK The Katmai Crater. August, 1919. 1919
5 5081 ECK Cliff at the low notch in the crater rim. 1919
5 5082 ECK (No caption). 1919
5 5083 ECK The Katmai Crater. August, 1919. 1919
5 5085 ECK Looking through low notch into the crater. 1919
5 5086 ECK Looking across Katmai Valley from the low notch in the crater rim. 1919
5 5087 ECK David’s Falls near the head of the Katmai Mud flow. 1919
5 5088 ECK David’s Falls near the head of the Katmai mudflow. 1919
5 5089 ECK Ruth’s Falls across the canyon from the head of the Katmai mudflow. 1919
5 5090 ECK Barrier Range from the foot of Katmai. 1919
5 5091 ECK Katmai Valley from the glacier half way up the volcano. 1919
5 5092 ECK Prospect Point in Katmai Canyon. 1919
5 5093 ECK Prospect Point. 1919
5 5094 ECK Katmai Canyon showing Prospect Point. 1919
5 5095 ECK Looking across the upper corner of the valley from Camp Five. 1919
5 5096 ECK Camp Five and Mt. Carberus. 1919
5 5097 ECK The glaciers coming down from the slopes of Mageik from Camp Five. 1919
5 5098 ECK Looking down the Valley from buttress Mountain from Camp Five. 1919
5 5099 ECK Looking across the valley towards Greased Hill from Camp Five. 1919
5 5100 ECK Camp Five and Cerberus. 1919
5 5101 ECK Looking toward Baked Mountain from Camp Five. 1919
5 5102 (No caption). 1919
5 5103 (No caption). 1919
5 5104 RFG The hollow crater of Katmai from our landing place on the beach. 1919
5 5128 RFG Vegetation Station 57. September 6, 1919. 1919
5 5129 RFG Vegetation Station 5 & 6. Sept. 6, 1919. Duplicating photograph 353. 1919
5 5131 RFG Vegetation station 8. Sept. 6, 1919. Duplicating photograph 605. 1919
5 5132RFG Vegetation Station 12. Sept. 6, 1919. 1919
5 5133 RFG Vegetation Station 13. Sept. 6, 1919. Duplicating photograph 335. 1919
5 5134 RFG Vegetation Station 14. Sept. 8th. 1919
5 5135RFG Vegetation Station 39. Sept. 8th. 1919
5 5136 RFG Photographed near Vegetation Station 39. Duplicating photograph 291 of 1919. 1919
5 5138 ECK Party assembled in Kodiak before sailing — left to right: Helt, Sayre, Hagelbarger, Kolb, Yori, Griggs, Folsom, Fenner, Allen, Miller, Zies, Hine, Wallace, Basinger, Stone, Henning. 1919
5 5139 ECK Party assembled in Kodiak before sailing. Left to right: Helt, Sayre, Hagelbarger, Kolb, Yori, Fenner, Folsom, Griggs, Allen, Miller, Zies, Hine, Wallace, Basinger, Stone, Henning. 1919
5 5140 ECK Party assembled in Kodiak before sailing. Left to right: Helt, Sayre, Hagelbarger, Kolb, Yori, Fenner, Folsom, Griggs, Allen, Miller, Zies, Hine, Wallace, Basinger, Stone, Henning. 1919
5 5141 RFG Vegetation Station 17. Summit of Pillar Mountain. Sept. 9th. Camera jiggled. 1919
5 5142 RFG Largest group of the expedition ever assembled on one place. Three men, Jones, Jacob, and Hagelbarger had left before the others came together. Left to right – Helt, Sayre, Paul Hagelbarger, Kolb, Yori, Griggs, Folsom, Fenner, Allen, Miller, Zies, Hine, Wallace, Basinger, Stone, Henning. 1919
5 5143 Vegetation. 1919
5 7001 JDS Looking southwest from Station A which is the highest point towards the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7002 JDS Looking west from Station A showing the east arm of Naknek Lake, the west arm, Island Bay, and the Savanoski Lake. 1919
5 7003 JDS Looking east from Station A showing Savanoski River Valley. 1919
5 7004 JDS Looking southeast from Station A showing Ukak River Valley and Valley of 10,000 Smokes. 1919
5 7006 JDS Looking east from Station A showing Savanoski River Valley and the end of the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7008 JDS From Station A taken up 200 feet west of Station A looking southwest. 1919
5 7007 JDS Looking west from Station A, showing Iliuk Lake as well as the east and west arms of Naknek Lake, Island Bay, and Savonoski Lakes. 1919
5 7012 JDS Station C highest point to the extreme east of Wart Mountain. 1919
5 7010 JDS Looking east from Station C showing east arm of Naknek Lake and up Ukak River Valley. 1919
5 7009 JDS Looking east from Station C, showing Island Bay and east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7014 JDS Looking out from Station C over the low swampy land between Naknek Lake and Wart Mountain, showing old beaches and wave action. 1919
5 7018 JDS Looking out from Station C over the swampy lake-filled land between Naknek Lake and Wart Mountain. 1919
5 7017 JDS Looking northwest from Wart Mountain showing Island Bay and the Savanoski Lakes. 1919
5 7016 JDS Looking northwest from Wart Mountain showing Island Bay and Savanoski Lakes, the Savanoski Range at the extreme right also. 1919
5 7015 JDS Looking east from Wart Mountain showing the nature of the rocks which make up the bulk of the mountains. 1919
5 7020 JDS View of the low swampy lake-filled land between Wart Mountain and the mouth of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7019 JDS View west from Wart Mountain showing the characteristic rocks of that mountain. 1919
5 7024 JDS Station J which is the high point on the ridge between Lake Coville and Kukaklek Lake. This was the farthest point north that we occupied during the summer. 1919
5 7023 JDS Looking west from Station J across the north end of Lake Coville. 1919
5 7022 JDS Looking north from Station J. 1919
5 7021 JDS Looking northeast from Station J showing Lake Grosvenor on the right. 1919
5 7028 JDS Station D which is high point on the mountain south of east arm of Naknek Lake. Showing the head of east arm of Naknek Lake with the delta of Ukak and Savanoski Rivers. 1919
5 7027 JDS Looking west from Station D showing Kugak Lake in the west valley. 1919
5 7035 JDS Looking southwest from Station D showing the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7026 JDS Looking west from Station D showing east pass, Iliuk Lake, and the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7031 JDS Looking north from Station D showing the east arm of Island Bay. 1919
5 7035 JDS Looking southwest from Station D showing the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7039 JDS Station E, which is a low knoll to the south of Ikagluik Mountain about 1,200 feet high. Looking southwest from Station E, showing end of the sand flow and the slopes of Mount Martin and Magiek. 1919
5 7038 JDS Looking north from Station E showing Platform Ridge north of Ukak and Savanoski Rivers. 1919
5 7040 JDS Looking north from Station E showing Ikagluik Mountain. 1919
5 7037 JDS Looking east from Station E showing valley between Ikagluik Mountain and Fenners Knoll. 1919
5 7041 JDS Looking southwest from Station E showing Ukak River Valley and the end of the sand flow. 1919
5 7044 JDS Looking northwest from Station E showing the lower Ukak River Valley. 1919
5 7043 JDS Looking north from Station E showing Ikagluik and the mouth of Ukak and Savanoski Rivers. 1919
5 7042 JDS Looking east from Station E showing the valley between Ikagluik and Fenners Knoll. 1919
5 7048 JDS Looking west from Station E showing Ukak River. 1919
5 7046 JDS Looking northwest from Station E showing Ukak delta and the mouth of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7049 JDS Station F which is a low granite ridge south of Lake Grosuenos, the highest point to the west of this ridge. Looking south from Station F showing nature of the rock in this vicinity. 1919
5 7052 JDS Looking northwest from Station F showing the short river between Lake Grosvenor and Lake Colville. 1919
5 7051 JDS North shore line of Lake Coville almost to the extreme eastward as seen from Station F. 1919
5 7050 JDS Lake Coville and the east end of the ridge in which Station F is located. 1919
5 7053 JDS Station F which is the highest point on the ridge east of Station F. 1919
5 7056 JDS Looking west from Station F showing Island Bay. 1919
5 7055 JDS Looking northwest from Station F showing Island Bay and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7054 JDS Looking out from Station F showing the north shore line of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7063 JDS The north end of Lake Grosvenor and part of Island Bay from Station F. 1919
5 7061 JDS From Station F showing north shore of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7059 JDS Looking southwest from Station F showing the many lakes in this region. 1919
5 7057 JDS Looking out from Station F showing Island Bay and the north end of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7065 JDS Station G which is about 2,200 feet elevation above Lake Grosvenor and to the south of Lake Grosvenor about half way between the outlet and the head. 1919
5 7068 From Station G showing the shore line of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7059 JDS Looking southwest form Station F showing the many lakes in this region. 1919
5 7057 JDS Looking out from Station F showing Island Bay and the north end of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7067 JDS From Station G showing outlet of Lake Grosvenor and upper Savanoski Valley. 1919
5 7066 JDS From Station G showing Island Bay Lake Grosvenor and the East Arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7070 JDS From station R-3, which is a low west point on ridge north of Savanoski Valley and east of Ikagluik Mountain. Showing nature of the country and the Savanoski River Valley. 1919
5 7069 JDS Looking north of Fenners Knob and east of Station R. 1919
5 7074 JDS Station H which is a high point to the south of the outlet of Lake Grosvenor and the extreme east end of the ridge. Looking east from station H showing outlet of Lake Grosvenor and upper Savanoski River Valley. 1919
5 7073 JDS Looking southeast from Station H showing crooked course of the Savanoski River and the many lakes in the Savanoski River Valley. 1919
5 7076 JDS Looking northwest from Station H showing Lake Grosvenor and Station G. 1919
5 7075 JDS Looking north from Station H showing the outlet of Lake Grosvenor and the Savanoski Range. 1919
5 7083 JDS Station Q is a low granite knoll south of the west part of the east arm of Naknek Lake between Iliuk Lake and the west valley. 1919
5 7081 JDS Head of Naknek Lake. On south shore the pinnacled mass of Mt. Katolinat rises 5,800 feet out of the blue waters. Looking northeast from Station Q showing east arm of Naknek Lake with Wart Mountain and Gakluik Range on either side. 1919
5 7082 JDS Looking southeast from Station Q showing Gakluik Range and west valley. 1919
5 7084 JDS Looking south from Station Q showing mountains east of Iliuk Lake. 1919
5 7085 JDS Station K is high point on the ridge northeast of Station J. Looking northeast from Station K showing high mountain range between Lake Grosvenor and Iliamna Lake. 1919
5 7090 JDS Station L is located at water level on a small rock island at the eastern end of Island Bay at Buckley’s cabin. Looking southeast from Station G showing skyline. 1919
5 7091 JDS Looking north from Station L showing spruce forest in this vicinity and the ridge where Station F and Station G are located. 1919
5 7089 JDS Looking southeast from Station L showing Wart Mountain. 1919
5 7100 JDS Station M is located on the round knoll north of the west arm of Naknek Lake. Looking east from Station M showing Island Bay and the east part of the west arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7099 JDS Looking south from Station M showing Islands in the west arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7098 JDS Looking west from Station M showing peninsula in the west arm of Naknek Lake and the characteristic flat country to the westward. 1919
5 7097JDS Looking north from Station M. 1919
5 7102 JDS Station N is a low know on the peninsula to the north of the west arm of Naknek Lake. Looking south from Station M. 1919
5 7103 JDS Looking west from Station N showing the outlet of Naknek Lake and peninsula. 1919
5 7104 JDS Looking north from Station N showing the main isthmus of the peninsula and the character of the spruce dotted country in this district. 1919
5 7105 JDS Looking east from Station N. 1919
5 7106 JDS Looking north from Station N. 1919
5 7107 JDS Looking south from Station N. 1919
5 7108 JDS Looking west from Station N. 1919
5 7125 JDS Station P is located on the ridge running east from Dumpling Mountain and overlooking Iliuk Lake and River. 1919
5 7122 JDS Iliuk Lake showing the entire lake from Station P. 1919
5 7124 JDS Looking east from Station P showing the place where the two arms of Naknek Lake join. 1919
5 7131 JDS Station Q looking west. 1919
5 7130 JDS Looking northeast from Station Q. 1919
5 7129 JDS Looking east and southeast from Station Q. 1919
5 7132 JDS Looking south from Station Q. 1919
5 7136 JDS Station C looking north showing Island Bay and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7135 JDS Looking north from Station C showing Station G and the Savanoski Range. 1919
5 7134 JDS Looking south from Station C showing the mouth of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7139 JDS Station XXXI is at water level across the east arm of Naknek Lake from our Main Camp. Looking south from Station XXXI. 1919
5 7137 JDS Looking southwest from Station XXXI. 1919
5 7141 JDS Looking east from Station G showing Island Bay and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7144 JDS Lake Grosvenor from Station G also the south slopes of the Savanoski Range. 1919
5 7142 JDS Lake Grosvenor with the peculiar shaped island and the Savanoski Range as seen from Station G. 1919
5 7143 JDS Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7148 JDS Station R is a camera station at the east end of the ridge above Station R looking east from Station R1. 1919
5 7147 JDS Looking southwest from Station R1. 1919
5 7145 JDS Looking north from Station R1. 1919
5 7146 JDS Looking west from Station R1 showing Naknek Lake in the distance. 1919
5 7152 JDS Station R2 is a camera Station at the west end of the ridge below Station R. Looking east from Station R2. 1919
5 7151 JDS Looking south from Station R. 1919
5 7150 JDS Looking west from Station R2 showing the lake filled country south and east of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7149 JDS Looking north from Station R2 showing Savanoski River Valley and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7155 JDS Station R the middle high point on the first ridge northeast of Ikagluik Mountain and south of Savanoski River. Looking west from Station R. 1919
5 7153 JDS Looking northwest from Station R. 1919
5 7156 JDS Looking north from Station R showing the east end of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 7154 JDS Looking southeast from Station R showing the region back of Princess Peak. 1919
5 7159 JDS Station R-4 is a camera station on the north side of a knoll between Station R and Ikagluik Mountain. Looking NW from Station R-4 showing mouth of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7157 JDS Looking north from Station R-4. 1919
5 7161 JDS Camera station on Point I11. Looking N from Station ____ showing drainage of Ikagluik River. 1919
5 7162 JDS Looking south from Point I11. Showing the end of the sand flow on the extreme right of the picture. 1919
5 7163 JDS Looking west from Point I11. Showing Ukak River Valley. 1919
5 7164 JDS Looking north from Point I11. 1919
5 7168 JDS Station S is a high point at the east end of the ridge running back of Ukak Camp about 5,000 feet elevation. Looking W from Station S. 1919
5 7166 JDS Looking north from Station S. 1919
5 7165 JDS Looking east from Station S showing Knife Peak and the rough country south of Savanoski River. 1919
5 7170 JDS Looking SE from Station S showing Knife Peak and the high ridges N of sand flow. 1919
5 7172 JDS Looking E from Station S. Knife Peak. This volcano is the highest mountain in the region, overtopping Mageik and all the rest by several hundred feet. 1919
5 7169 JDS Looking SE from Station S. 1919
5 7175 JDS Station XXX is a high point south of the end of the sand flow occupied in 1918 and 1919 as a topographic station. Looking south from Station XXX. 1919
5 7176 JDS Looking west from Station XXX. 1919
5 7180 JDS Panoramic view of Katmai Crater from notch in the south rim. 1919
5 7183 JDS Panoramic view of Katmai Crater from notch in south rim. 1919
5 7185 JDS Panoramic view of Katmai Crater from notch on the south rim. 1919
5 7189 JDS Looking down into the crater of Katmai. The greatest active crater in the world. 1919
5 7189 JDS Katmai Crater from a position a few yards to the rear of the preceding pictures. This shows the crater lake through a notch in the crater rim. August 22, 1919. 1919
5 7202 JDS A view of the edge of the Sitka spruce from the eastern slopes of Pillar Mountain. 1919
5 7207 JDS The edge of the spruce range from the lower slopes of Pillar Mountain looking out towards Long Island. 1919
5 7208 JDS The Devils Prongs seen from the slopes of Pillar Mountain. 1919
5 7212 JDS Spruce forest from the slopes of Pillar Mountain. 1919
5 7213 JDS Kodiak Harbor and the spruce forest from the slopes of Pillar Mountain. 1919
5 7215 JDS Spruce forest on the east end of Kodiak Island. 1919
5 7225 JDS Panoramic view of Iliuk Falls showing the salmon leaping the falls. 1919
5 7230 JDS Panoramic view of the camp at the end of Naknek Lake. 1919
5 7235 JDS View of lower Iliuk River and the swift waters below the falls. 1919
5 7240 JDS The lagoon at half tide from a point on the train above the cabin. 1919
5 7243JDS Base camp at Savanoski. 1919
5 7245 JDS Lake Grosvenor from the river between Lake Coville and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
5 5301 PRH Looking at Montaigne Bay from Hafferty’s cabin. 1919
5 5302 PRH Looking at west shore of Montaigne Bay showing Hafferty’s cabin and lagoon west of cabin. 1919
5 5303 PRH Looking northwest from Hafferty’s cabin showing lagoon and Station 4. 1919
5 5304 PRH Looking east from Hafferty’s cabin showing northern limit of Montaignes May at low tide. 1919
5 5308 PRH Looking north from Station 3 in Montaignes Bay towards Station 4 showing the range of mountains north. (Station 3 is the hill near Hafferty’s cabin.) 1919
5 5307 PRH Looking NE from Station 3 showing station 4, the southern range of mountains, and mountain northwest of Hafferty’s cabin. 1919
5 5306 PRH Looking at Montaignes Bay from Station 3, showing Station 1 and the rock in the bay, also the mountains on either side. We are looking across Shelikoff Straits across Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5305 PRH Looking at Montaignes Bay form Station 3 showing western coast line and off across Shelikof Straits towards Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5312 PRH Looking north from Station 4 showing northern mountain range. 1919
5 5311 PRH Looking SE from Station 4 showing Montaignes Bay and Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5310 PRH Looking S from Station 4 showing mountains on the east and west sides of Montaignes Bay and also Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5309 PRH Looking SE from Station 4 toward Amalik Bay showing the range beyond the Bay. 1919
5 5315 PRH Looking northeast from Station 5 (rock in the bay) showing Montaignes Bay and mountains roundabout. 1919
5 5313 PRH Looking south from the rock in the bay showing western shoreline of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5316 PRH Looking north from the rock in the bay showing western coast line. 1919
5 5314 PRH Looking south from the rock in the bay showing western shoreline of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5318 PRH Looking east from Station 6 (Point Kuliak) showing mountains east of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5320 PRH Looking SE from Station 6 showing Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5319 PRH Looking west from Station 6 showing Cape Atushagvik. 1919
5 5317 PRH Looking east from Station 6 showing mountains east of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5321 PRH Looking north from Station 7 (high point above the landslide) showing Montaigne Bay and the lagoon which are the east and west arms of Amalik Bay. 1919
5 5324 PRH Looking SE across Shelikof Strait to Kodiak Island from Station 7. 1919
5 5323 PRH Looking south across Shelikof Straits to Kodiak Island from Station 7. 1919
5 5322 PRH Looking SW showing Kodiak Island and Point Kuliak from Station 7, also the mountains west of Station 7. 1919
5 5328 PRH Looking west from Station 1 showing the rock in the bay, also high mountains on the western side of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5325 PRH Looking NW from Station 1 showing the rock in the bay and the northern boundary of Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5330 Looking up Kukak mud flats from Station 8, showing high range north of Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5329 PRH Looking east from Station 8 showing Kukak and Kaflia Bays, also range east of Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5333 PRH Looking W from Station 9 showing mountain ranges. 1919
5 5336 PRH Looking NW from Station 9 (Agashvik Island) up Kukak mud flats. 1919
5 5327 PRH Looking NW from Station 1 showing the lagoon in Kuliak Bay and mountain range west of the bay. 1919
5 5326 PRH Looking south from Station 1 (cape on the eastern side of Montaignes Bay) showing Point Kuliak (rock in the bay) and entrance to Montaignes Bay. 1919
5 5332 PRH Looking NE from Station 8 (low ridge south of the west end of Kukak Bay) showing Kukak Bay and Kaflia Bay. 1919
5 5331 PRH Looking SW from Station 8 showing high mountain ranges east of ____ Bay. 1919
5 5335 PRH Looking north from Station 9 showing Kukak mud flats. 1919
5 5334 PRH Looking east from Station 9 showing range of mountains on either side of Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5337 PRH 2,000 feet mountain NW of west end of Kuliak Bay showing high snowy range and east arm of mud flats also Princess Peak. 1919
5 5338 PRH Looking E from Station 10 showing Kukak Bay and entrance and also Kodiak Island. 1919
5 5339 PRH Looking SW across Kukak mud flats showing high range back of Kuliak Bay. 1919
5 5340 PRH Looking NW from Station 10 showing high snowy range and east arm of mud flats. Also Princess Peak. 1919
5 5344 PRH Looking S from Station 10 showing Kukak mud flats and the high range around Kuliak Bay. 1919
5 5342 PRH Looking NW from Station 10 showing high peaks NW of Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5343 PRH Looking E from Station 10 showing Kukak Bay and entrance and mountains south of same. 1919
5 5347 PRH Looking north from Station 9 showing Kukak Volcano and the high points north of Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5346 PRH Showing the high points on the west side of Kukak Bay from Station 9. 1919
5 5345 PRH Looking N from Station 9 showing the entrance to Kukak Bay and range north of the same. 1919
5 5348 PRH Looking N from Station 11 (high point NE of Hidden Harbor) showing high points E of Hidden Harbor, also a dim outline of the flats of Kukak Bay at the extreme left. 1919
5 5352 PRH Looking N by W of Station 11 showing high range, also a dim outline of the mud flats of Kukak Bay in center. 1919
5 5351 PRH Looking NE from Station 11 showing the high mountain ranges. 1919
5 5349 PRH Looking E from Station 13 showing on the left mud flats of Kukak Bay, Kukak Bay itself, and Princess Peak. On the right is Hidden Harbor. 1919
5 5350 PRH Looking S from Station 12 (high point NW of Hidden Harbor) showing Hidden Harbor, Kinak Bay, and outline of valley back of Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5356 PRH Looking west up the valley which goes back of Geographic Harbor from Station 13 (high point west of Hidden Harbor) and also showing high range NW of Hidden Harbor. 1919
5 5354 PRH Looking east from Station 13 showing Hidden Harbor and Kinak Bay also high range east of Kinak Bay. 1919
5 5355 PRH Looking SE from Station 13 showing entrance to Kinak Bay and the high range west of Kinak Bay. 1919
5 5353 PRH Looking W from Station 13 up the valley which runs west of and back of Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5359 PRH From the west side of Hidden Harbor looking up at the valley which runs back of Geographic Harbor also showing high points west of Hidden Harbor. 1919
5 5357 PRH Looking NE from the west edge of Hidden Harbor showing high range and low pass to Kukak Mud Flats. 1919
5 5358 PRH Looking S from W edge of Hidden harbor showing its entrance at low tide also the high range to the W of Hidden Harbor. 1919
5 5362 PRH Station 14. July 27th. Located on the west end of range from Topographers Peak, about two miles west. Looking W from Station 14, showing Alalagogshuk country, the Garkulike, and cloud covered Martin and Mageik with Mageik landslide on right. 1919
5 5361 PRH From Station 14. Looking north showing Observation Mountain, Katmai Volcano, Katmai Canyon and Valley, and the Barrier Range. 1919
5 5364 PRH From Station 14. Looking north showing the top of Atmo Mountain, Kashvik Bay, Mt. Kubugalki, and Cold Bay in the distance at the right. 1919
5 5363 PRH From Station 14, looking W showing a small portion of Becharof Lake, Garkulik Range; Alalagogshuk Creek and Valley in the foreground, and a cloud-covered Martin and Mageik. 1919
5 5368 PRH From Station 15A, located on E point ridge up Martin Creek, right hand side of Magiek landslide. 1919
5 5366 PRH From Station 15A. Looking east, showing Mageik Landslide where Martin Creek empties into Katmai Valley. Topographer’s Peak; Station 4; and Alalagogshuk Mountain. 1919
5 5365 PRH From Station 15A. Looking SW showing the source of Alalagogshuk Creek and the base of Mageik Mountain at the right. 1919
5 5367 PRH From Station 15A. Looking north showing Mt. Martin; source of Martin Creek; the cliff from which the Magiek Landslide started; Mt. Mageik; and Trident. 1919
5 5372 PRH From Station B called Baynard’s Point 160. Location – the high point on the ridge on the left side of Magiek Landslide. Aug. 10, 1919. Looking south, showing Atmo Mountain, Mt. Kubrigalk; almost the entire valley of Alalagogshuk Creek; Points 74 and 75. 1919
5 5371 PRH From Station 15B. Looking NW showing Point 74; source of Martin Creek and the glacier on the base of Mt. Martin. 1919
5 5369 PRH From Station 15B. Looking north showing the source of Martin Creek, Mageik Volcano, the cliff from which the Magiek Landslide started; and Mr. Trident. 1919
5 5370 PRH From Station 15B. Looking east showing Katmai Valley; Topographer’s Peak; Mt. Kubugalki; and Alalagogshuk Valley. 1919
5 5373 PRH Camera Station D is located on rock cliff on the slopes of Mt. Martin near where Martin took his picture of Martin Volcano. Looking W showing Becharof Lake country and the slopes of Mt. Martin. 1919
5 5375 PRH From camera Station D. Looking SE, down Martin Creek Valley and the Magiek Landslide; Topographer’s Peak; Stations 14A and 14B in the foreground; Alalagogshuk Valley; and Points 74 and 75. 1919
5 5376 PRH From camera Station D. Looking W showing Stations 15A and 15B. Alalagogshuk Valley; Points 74 and 75; Becharof Lake Country; and glacier covered slopes of Mt. Martin. 1919
5 5374 PRH From camera Station D. Looking W showing Point 75. Becharof Lake and Valley. 1919
5 5377 PRH Taken from aboard Nimrod showing Cathedral Mountain, Katmai Point, Block Mountain, Takala Bay, and Cape Ilktugitak. 1919
5 5378 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod, showing Takala Bay; Block Mountain; range between Takala Bay and Geographic Bay; and Cape Ilktugitak. 1919
5 5379 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod showing Takala Bay; Cape Ilktugitak; and the entrance to Amalik Bay. 1919
5 5380 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod showing the range between Takala Bay and Amalik Bay; Station 25; entrance to Geographic Harbor; Takli Island; and the island upon which is the Cape Ilklugitak Triangulation Station. 1919
5 5381 PRH Taken on board the Nimrod showing entrance to Geographic Harbor; range between Amalik and Kinak Bays; False Takli Island; and Takli Island. 1919
5 5382 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod as she was going between Takli Island and the mainland, showing entrance to Geographic Harbor; the pass over range into Takala Valley; high cliff range on the right hand side of Amalik Bay. 1919
5 5383 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod in Amalik Bay, showing camera Station F; Triangulation Station 25; range between Amalik and Takala Bay. 1919
5 5384 PRH Taken from aboard the Nimrod showing Station 24; range between Amalik and Takala Bays; Station 17; the pass over to Takala Valley; and high cliff on the west side of Amalik Bay. 1919
5 5388 PRH Camera Station E is located on the knob about 25 feet above high tide at the extreme end of Geographic Harbor. Looking SE, showing the ash flats of Geographic River and the outlet to Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5387 PRH Camera Station E. Looking S showing Geographic Harbor in full; and range between Geographic Harbor and Takala Bay with the Nimrod anchored in the center right. 1919
5 5386 PRH From camera Station E. Showing the range between Geographic Harbor and Takala Bay, with the Nimrod in the left center of the picture; approach or trail to the pass into the Soluka Creek Valley. 1919
5 5385 PRH From camera Station E. Looking NW showing Station 16 and the topography of the country toward the pass. 1919
5 5390 PRH From Station 16 which is the knob on the shoulder above the anchorage in Geographic Harbor. August 16, 1919. Looking south from Station 16, showing entire Geographic Harbor; the outlet to Amalik Bay with the chartered harbor on the left; Takli Island in the distances Station 23 and 24; range between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
5 5389 PRH From Station 16. Looking north, showing the range on the right between Amalik and Takala Bays; Station 17; the pass to Takala Valley; Station 18; and Point 93. 1919
5 5391 PRH From Station 16. Looking east showing Point 92; the small lake at the head of Geographic Harbor; the range between Amalik and Kinak Bays; a small portion of Geographic Harbor on the extreme right. 1919
5 5392 PRH From Station 16. Looking S showing all of Geographic Harbor and Amalik Bay; the range on the left is that between Amalik and Kinak Bays; the range on the right is that between Amalik and Takala Bays; Takli Island and Kodiak Island can be seen in the distance. 1919
5 5393 PRH Station 17 is located on knob one half way up the west side of the pass. Looking south, showing the range on the left side of Amalik Bay; trail up to the pass; Geographic harbor; and part of the range on the right. 1919
5 5394 PRH From Station 17. Looking east showing the large round topped mountain over Point 93. 1919
5 5395 PRH From Station 15. Looking north, showing upper canyon of Soluka Creek; snowy Princess in the clouds; Station 18; a ridge to the right. 1919
5 5396 PRH From Station 17. Looking south showing round top of Point 93; Point 90; Geographic Harbor in the distance. 1919
5 5397 PRH From Station 17. Looking NW. Right on top of the pass looking into the Valley of Takala Creek; pass over to and into Soluka Creek Valley; Snowy Princess in the clouds; Station 18 on the extreme right. 1919
5 5398 PRH Station 18, Ralph’s Point or Point 94. Located up high on the far right of the pass. Looking E showing slopes of Kugak Volcano; Point 92; the dim outline of Kukak; the range between Kinak and Amalik Bays. 1919
5 5400 PRH From Station 18, looking W showing the range between Geographic Harbor and Takala Bay; Takala Creek Valley; the pass; the range between Takala and Soluka Creeks; Soluka Creek Valley toward the Barrier Range, also. 1919
5 5399 PRH From Station 18. Looking N showing the start of Soluka Creek Valley and the Canyon of Soluka Creek; Magiek and Katmai in the clouds, but the low slopes of snowy Princess with Point 92 on the far right. 1919
5 5404 PRH From Station 18. Looking NW showing Soluka Creek Valley; Katmai Volcano; and Snowy Princess on the right. 1919
5 5402 PRH From Station 18. Looking NE showing Snowy Princess on the left; Kugak in the distance; Point 92 in the middle; Kukak Bay. 1919
5 5403 PRH From Station 18. Looking S showing the valley of Geographic River and the range between Analik and Kinak Bays; the Pass over to Takala Creek; the range between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
5 5401 PRH From Station 18. Looking W showing broad Valley of Takala Creek; the pass into Soluka Creek Canyon and Valley; Katmai Volcano also shows up in right center. 1919
5 5408 PRH Station 19 is located between Soluka Creek and Takala Creek Valleys. Looking N showing Soluka Creek on left and its turn to the right where it meets Katmai River. Katmai Volcano; Princess Peak; highest, sharp and ragged of Snowy Mountain; the bend in Soluka Creek and Canyon showing the falls caused by a fault in the valley near the pass to Takala Creek; the source of Soluka Creek; the slopes of princess. 1919
5 5405 PRH From Station 19. Looking E showing the upper valley of Soluka Creek; Snowy Mountain in the distance; the pass over into Takala Valley; Point 92; Station 18; the pass to Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5406 PRH From station 19. Looking S showing the Valley of Takala Creek; Takala Lake; the range between Takala Lake and Geographic Harbor; Block Mountain; the ranges west of Takala Bay. 1919
5 5407 PRH From Station 19. Looking NW showing Barrier Range on the left; Katmai Volcano; Princess on right. 1919
5 5410 PRH Station 20 is located on the left bank of Soluka Creek. It is a high knob between Soluka Creek and Blue Lake. Looking E showing Katmai Volcano; the range on the left side of Soluka Creek; the upper portion of Soluka Creek Valley; the pass from Soluka Creek into Takala Creek Valley; Peak Three; Kugak Volcano; Point 92; Station 18. 1919
5 5411 PRH From Station 20. Looking SW showing mountains in the distance between Takala and Katmai Bays; the range and Katmai Point on the right; Blue Lake with its iceberg in the foreground. 1919
5 5409 PRH From Station 20. Looking W showing a corner of Blue Lake; the outlet of Blue Lake and the Canyon of blue Creek into Soluka Creek; the Barrier Range on the left; the turn in Soluka Creek toward Katmai River; and Station 21. 1919
5 5412 PRH From Station 20. Looking E showing the slopes of Katmai Volcano; Kugak Volcano; Peak Three; upper Soluka Creek; the pass into Takala Creek Valley; Point 92; and Station 18. 1919
5 5414 PRH Station 21 is located on sharp knob on mountain up the right side in the bend of Soluka Creek. Aug. 21, 1919. Looking E showing Soluka Creek Valley; the pass into Takala Creek; Station 18; Station 19; Station 20; the canyon of Blue Creek which drains Blue Lake. 1919
5 5416 PRH From Station 21. Looking S showing entire Soluka Creek Valley from Katmai Valley to and including the pass from Soluka Creek into Takala Creek Valley; Soluka Creek Valley on the left showing Stations 18, 19, and 20 also Third Mountain; Soluka Creek on the right shows its broad valley covered with dead cottonwoods and emptying into Katmai River. It also shows the mouth of Katmai River and the rock off shore from the 1917 Base Camp in Katmai Bay. 1919
5 5413 PRH From Station 21. Looking SW showing Third Mountain’s lower Soluka Creek Valley where it empties into Katmai River; Katmai Valley and Bay; Mt. Kubugalki in the distance. Barrier Range on the right. 1919
5 5415 PRH From Station 21. Looking W showing the Barrier Range. 1919
5 5420 PRH Station 23 located on knob (camera station F) above cliff just west of Takli Island. Aug. 26, 1919. Looking E showing upper end of Geographic Harbor; the numerous islands within the bay. Stations 24, 27, and 28; Nyman’s Nook; False Takli Island; Cape Atushagvik; Takli Island. 1919
5 5417 PRH From Station 23. Looking S showing Takli Island on the left; Shelikof Strait; Kodiak Island in the far distance across the strait; island upon which is Triangulation Station; Cape Ilktugitak; Falstead’s Point. 1919
5 5419 PRH From Station 24. Looking W showing Camera Station F, or Station 23; Falstead’s Point; the range between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
5 5421 PRH Station 24 is location on knob back of Amalik Bay Cave Camp. Looking N show the range between Geographic Harbor and Takala Bay. The pass over to Takala Valley, Station 18 and 27, the outlet to canal from Geographic Harbor, the range between Geographic Harbor and Kinak Bay. 1919
5 5422 PRH From Station 24 looking E showing Geographic Harbor and the canal, the range between Amalik and Kinal Bays; points 131, 136, 90, Station 28, Point 87, False Takli Island, Takli Island. 1919
5 5423 PRH From Station 24. Looking SW showing the islands in Amalik Bay; Takli Island; Station 23; the slopes of Station 25. 1919
5 5425 PRH From Station 24. Looking SW showing Takli Island and Station 25. 1919
5 5426 PRH From Station 24. Looking W showing Station 25; the range between Amalik and Takala Bays; and also showing ragged and rough appearance and the cliffs on the mountains. 1919
5 5432 PRH From Station 24. Looking NE showing Geographic Harbor entire; Station 18; Point 92, 90, 139, 89, and 140; canal; False Takli Island; a part of Takli Island; Station 26. 1919
5 5431 PRH From Station 24. Looking E showing the canal entrance; Station 28; False Takli Island; Takli Island; Station 23; Station 25. 1919
5 5429 PRH From Station 24. Looking W showing Station 25; rough and ragged mountains between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
5 5434 PRH Station 22 located on flat top nub west of Lake Takala almost opposite Point 103. Looking W showing Point 125; the range between Takala Lake and Soluka Creek. 1919
5 5433 PRH From Station 22. Looking SW showing Takala Lake; the range on the left between Takala Lake and Geographic Harbor; points 125 and 122; Block Mountain; cottonwoods growing in the lake; the character of the mountains west of the lake. Paul in the foreground. 1919
5 5436 PRH From Station 22. Looking E showing Princess Peak; Point 103; Station 18; the broad valley of Takala Creek; the upper end of Takala Lake; the range between Takala Lake and Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5435 PRH From Station 22. Looking E showing points 122, 116, and 103; Block Mountain. Here we can almost see the entire length of the lake from a distance, which is almost equal to the depth of Geographic Harbor to the tip, around the point of Block Mountain which is near Takala Bay.Note cottonwoods on the right. 1919
5 5437 PRH Station 25 located as former Point 132, is the high knob west of Camera Station F or Station 23, about 3,000 feet high overlooking Amalik Bay. Shelikof Strait, Takala and Katmai Bays. 1919
5 5438 PRH From Station 25. Looking E showing Stations 24, 18; Points 92 and 90; Peak Three; Station 23; Geographic Harbor; Amalik Bay; False Takli Island; entrance to Kinak Bay; Cape Atushagvik; Takli Island. 1919
5 5439 From Station 25. Looking S showing Falstead’s Point; Shelikof Strait; USCGS Triangulation Station; Ilktugitak; Kodiak Island; Takala and Katmai Bays; Katmai Point; Mt. Kubugalki in the distance. 1919
5 5440 PRH From Station 25. Looking W showing Shelikof Straits; Mt. Kubugalki; Katmai Bay; Katmai Point; Takala Bay; Piedmont Mountain; Cathedral Mountain; Barrier Range. 1919
5 5444PRH Double exposure from Station 25 and Station 26. 1919
5 5441 PRH From Station 25. Looking E showing Amalik Bay; the entrance to Geographic Harbor; Stations 27 and 28; Points 132 and 126; False Takli Island;Cape Atushagvik; Takli Island; Station 23. 1919
5 5443 PRH From Station 25 looking S showing part of Takli Island; U.S. Triangulation Station Iktugetak; Shelikof Strait. 1919
5 5442 PRH From Station 25. Looking W showing Takala Bay; Katmai Point; Mt. Kubugalki; Cathedral Mountain; the Barrier Range; Station 26; the range between Takala and Amalik Bays. 1919
5 5445 PRH From Station 25 overlooking Takala Bay about 2,000 feet high. Aug. 29, late in the day. Looking W showing Shelikof Strait; entire Takala Bay; Katmai Point; Katmai Bay; Mt. Kubugalki in the distance; Piedmont, Cathedral, and Third Mountains; the entire range between Soluka Creek and Takala Bay; Block Mountain; the lower end of Takala Lake with cottonwoods showing up in the extreme right. 1919
5 5446 PRH From Station 26. Looking N showing Block Mountain, one corner of Lake Takala; Point 122 and 97. Station 25; Point 89; all of range between Takala and Amalik Bays. 1919
5 5447 PRH From Station 26 Looking S showing Station 25; Shelikof Strait. 1919
5 5452 PRH From Station 27 Looking W showing left arm of Geographic Harbor; the high ragged cliff range of mountains between Amalik and Takala Bays; Station 16; Point 122; the ash covered peninsula extends back to the range of mountains covered with an extensive growth of alders like those in the foreground of the picture. 1919
5 5450 PRH Station 27 located 25 feet above point 128 which is our cliff point 100 feet west of columnar basalt cliff on Post Island. Station 27 is on the peninsula point of arm extending into the middle of Geographic Harbor looking SW showing left arm of Geographic Harbor Cave Camp; Station 24; the range between Geographic Harbor and Takala Bay. 1919
5 5449 PRH From Station 27. Looking NW showing Station 16; Points 92, 93, and 88; the pass over to Soluka Creek. Note the peninsula extending into Geographic Harbor with water on both sides. 1919
5 5451 PRH From Station 27. Looking E showing columnar structure of Post Island within Geographic Harbor Station 28 in the distance; Point 140 also. 1919
5 5455 PRH From Station 27. Looking E showing columnar structure of Post Island, Point 89 and 140; Station 28; part of left arm of Geographic Harbor. 1919
5 5456 PRH From Station 27. Looking S showing entire left arm of Geographic Harbor; Station 24; our Cave Camp; the rough ragged mountains between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
5 5453 PRH From Station 27. Looking W showing rough, ragged mountain range between Amalik and Takala Bays; Point 122; Station 16 on the far right. 1919
5 5460 PRH Station 28, Sept. 1, 1919. Located on knob above Nyman’s Nook, formerly Point 88. Overlooking entrance to Kinak Bay and Geographic Harbor located on the point between Kinak and Amalik Bays. Looking W showing the islands of the bay; Takli Island; Cape Ilktugitak; the entrance to Amalik Bay; Station 25, 23, and 24. 1919
5 5458 PRH From Station 28. Looking W showing entrance to Amalik Bay; and Geographic Harbor; Takli Island on the left; USCGS Triangulation Station Cape Ilktugitak; Falstead’s Point; Stations 25, 23, 24, and 16. Note the many islands within the bay and the good, already chartered, harbor to the right. 1919
5 5459 PRH From Station 28. Looking N showing part of Amalik Bay on the left; the high, cloud covered range between Amalik and Kinak Bays; and part of Kinak Bay on the right. 1919
5 5457 PRH From Station 28. Looking S showing view over Shelikof Strait; entrance to Kinak Bay on the left; Cap Atushagvik; Point 29 and 30; False Takli Island; numerous islands off from Takli Island; entrance to Amalik Bay. 1919
5 5461 PRH From Station 28. Looking W showing entrance to Amalik and Kuiak Bays; Shelikof Strait; Kodiak Island in the distance; Takli Island close up; USCGS Triangulation Station Cape Ilktugitak; Station 25. 1919
5 5462 PRH From Station 28. Looking W showing corner of Takli Island; the entrance to Amalik Bay; Station 25, 23, and 24 and 16; numerous islands within Amalik Bay; the entrance to Geographic Harbor; the chartered harbor on the right. 1919
5 5463 PRH From Station 28. Looking N showing small part of Amalik Bay on the left; range between Amalik and Kinak Bays; showing the character of the mountains in this district and a small portion of Kinak Bay on the, leading back into Hidden Harbor. 1919
6 X1 EGZ General sleeping quarters in mission house at Kodiak. 1919
6 X3 EGZ Mill Bay, Kodiak Island. 1919
6 X4 EGZ Surf, Mill Bay, Kodiak Island. 1919
6 X6 EGZ J.D. Sayre with silver salmon caught in Kodiak Channel. 1919
6 X7 EGZ Russian Church, Kodiak. 1919
6 X9 EGZ Lake in vicinity of Kodiak (the lake that is closest to Mill Bay). 1919
6 X10 EGZ Nimrod, Katmai Expeditions boat. 1919
6 Y1 EGZ Fumarole No. 1. The Great Gulch of the Gakluik Range in the background. 1919
6 Y2 EGZ Fumarole No. 1. Sighting on north end of Buttress Mountain. 1919
6 Y3-Y4 EGZ Fumarole No. 1. Sighting on lava plug. 1919
6 Y6 EGZ Fumarole No. 26. Sighting on north end of Buttress Mountain. Note stake which had been placed in mouth of fumarole and at the end of three days had become charred. 1919
6 Y7 EGZ Fumarole NO. 26. Sighting on Station IX. 1919
6 Y8 EGZ Fumarole No. 29. Sighting on Station X. 1919
6 Y9 EGZ Fumarole No. 30. Sighting on Station IX (extreme left). 1919
6 Y11 EGZ Fumarole No. 30. Near view. 1919
6 Y12 EGZ Fumarole No. 45. To the left and No. 32 to the right. Buttress Mountain in the background. 1919
6 Y13 EGZ Fumarole No. 32. Sighting on Station IX. 1919
6 Y14 EGZ Fumarole No. 32. Baled Mountain, Mt. Cerberus, and Mt. Mageik in background. 1919
6 Y16 EGZ Canyon cutting mound on which Fumarole No. 33 is located. 1919
6 Y19 EGZ Crater of Fumarole No. 42. 1919
6 Y20 EGZ Fumarole No. 42. Sighting on Broken Mountain and Baked Mountain. Mt. Trident to the rear of Broken Mountain. 1919
6 Y22 EGZ Fumarole No. 45. Sighting on Needle Peak of Gakluik Range. 1919
6 Y23 EGZ Fumarole G100, No. 32 to right, Baked Mountain and part of Mt. Cereberus and Mt. Mageik in background. 1919
6 Y24 EGZ Fumarole G100. 1919
6 Y25 EGZ Fumarole G100. Sighting on Station X. 1919
6 Y26 EGZ Fumarole G101. Buttress Mountain in background. Dr. Allen and Richard Helt in picture. 1919
6 Y28 EGZ Close up of a pair of inactive fumarolic mounds. 1919
6 Y29 EGZ Large group of extinct fumarolic mounds in lower valley. NE end of Gakluik Range and Platform Ridge in background. 1919
6 Y30 EGZ Mud pot on north slope of Fumarole No. 32. Activity of pot is shown by large bubbles, strings, and drops of mud. 1919
6 Y31 EGZ Another group of mud pots on the north slope of Fumarole No. 32. 1919
6 Y32 EGZ Mud pot on north slope of Fumarole No. 32. 1919
6 Z1 EGZ Devastated forest, a large area of stumps in foreground and standing dead trees in background. 1919
6 Z2 EGZ Valley stream on its way to Ukak River. 1919
6 Z3 Junction of Knife Creek (on the left) and Lethe River (on right). Note marked difference in temperature of the two streams as shown by the steam rising from the Lethe. 1919
6 Z4 EGZ Stream formed by the union of Knife Creek and River Lethe. Yori in center. 1919
6 Z6 EGZ Savonoski Camp, Naknek Lake. 1919
6 Z7 EGZ Ikhagluik Mountain, as seen from the pumice flats at head of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 Z8 EGZ Savonoski Camp, Naknek Lake; Laboratory tent on left. 1919
6 Z9 EGZ Lagoon Camp; from left to right – Stone, Wallace, Allen, Fenner, Miller, Sayer, and Griggs. 1919
6 Z10 EGZ Another picture of the party at Lagoon Camp. Same setting as Z9. 1919
6 Z12 EGZ Yori Crossing Ukak River. 1919
6 Z13 EGZ Katmai Flats, lower part near Katmai Bay. 1919
6 Z14 EGZ Mt. Magiek. 1919
6 Z20 EGZ Shoreline of Naknek Lake opposite Savonoski Camp. 1919
6 Z21 EGZ New Ukak Camp. Dr. Allen and Helt near the fire. 1919
6 Z22 EGZ Small falls in lower part of stream one mile below three forks. Color of water about same as that of rock over which it is flowing. 1919
6 Z23 EGZ Falls about one half mile below Three Forks. 1919
6 Z24 EGZ Ikhagluik Mountain and lava plug as seen from lower part of the valley. 1919
6 Z25 EGZ Wreck of the mess and apparatus tent on Baked Mountain. Richard Helt in picture. 1919
6 Z26 EGZ General view of wreck of Baked Mountain camp. Yori, Kolb, and Helt in picture. 1919
6 Z27 EGZ Zies about to leave Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
6 Z28 EGZ Yori and Helt looking over the wreck of the Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
6 Z29 EGZ Yori about to leave Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
6 Z31 EGZ Wreck of apparatus tent, Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
6 Z32 EGZ Wreck of apparatus tent, Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
6 F1, F4, F5, F7 No caption. 1919
6 F10, F16, F17, F19 No caption. 1919
6 F20, F21, F24, F25 No caption. 1919
6 F27-F30 No caption. 1919
6 F31-F33, F35 No caption. 1919
6 5151 RFG A boat load of kelp, alaria fistulosa, being brought up for fertilizer on the potato gardens at Kodiak. 1919
6 5152 RFG Branch of spruce tree at Kodiak showing the abundance of fruit at the edge of the range of the species. 1919
6 5154 RFG A boat load of kelp intended for fertilizer on potato patches. 1919
6 5156 RFG The end of Magiek Glacier at corner of the valley, showing how the ice abuts directly onto the mud flow of the valley. The man stands on the edge of the mudflow which a very high temperature when it flowed into position against the ice. 1919
6 5157 RFG The end of Mageik Glacier at the corner of the valley showing how the ice abuts directly onto the mudflow of the valley. The man stands on the edge of the mudflow which had a very high temperature when it flowed into position against the ice. 1919
6 5158 RFG Detail from the edge of the mudflow next to the glacier. 1919
6 5159 RFG Looking along the fissure on the west side of the valley toward Knife Peak. 1919
6 5160 RFG Looking south along fissure on the west side of the valley toward the glacier. 1919
6 5161 RFG The west corner of the valley. 1919
6 5162 RFG Statified ash from Katmai on top of sandflow west side of the valley. 1919
6 5163 RFG Fumarole No. 3. July 1st. 1919
6 5164 RFG Fissure along west side of valley. 1919
6 5165 RFG No caption. 1919
6 5166 RFG Gilsan and Basinger examining fumarole at Baked Mountain. 1919
6 5168 RFG Julius Stone and swan shot near lagoon camp. 1919
6 5169 RFG Cabin and tent at Lagoon Camp. 1919
6 5170 RFG Seedlings of grass growing as ephiphytes in the burnt stump. 1919
6 5171-5173 RFG Catching herring in poind net at Kodiak. 1919
6 5174 RFG Herring are caught outside and kept for several days in the poind net, from which they are taken as wanted by the salters. 1919
6 5175 RFG Same caption as 5174 (picture taken from a different angle). 1919
6 5176 RFG Same caption as 5174 again. (This picture shows the men on the beach) 1919
6 5179 RFG Same caption as 5174 again. (This picture shows a net of fish being pulled into a boat). 1919
6 5180 RFG Same caption as 5174 again. (This picture seems to show the last of the captured fish being pulled to shore). 1919
6 5181 RFG Vegetation Station 26. Sept. 13, 1919. Compare with photograph 376. 1919
6 5182 RFG Panoramic with 5181 showing invasion of Station 26 by calamagrostis. 1919
6 5183 RFG Calamagrostis coming in in center of a flat recently occupied by horsetail near vegetation Station 27 at Kalsin Bay. 1919
6 5184 RFG Panoramic with 5185-6, Vegetation Station 27. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5185 RFG Panoramic with 5184-6, Vegetation Station 27. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5186 RFG Panoramic with 1584-5, Vegetation Station 27. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5186 RFG A. J. Bassinger before he shaved. 1919
6 5187 RFG Vegetation Station 54 after the brush had been removed. 1919
6 5188 RFG Vegetation Station 54. Sept. 5, 1919. Covered with brush as it was found. 1919
6 5189 RFG Vegetation Station 53. Sept. 5, 1919. 1919
6 5191 RFG Vegetation Station 4. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5192 RFG Vegetation Station 58. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5193 RFG Vegetation Station 24. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5194-5195 RFG Vegetation Station 25. Sept. 13, 1919. 1919
6 5196 RFG Vegetation Station No. 52. Sept. 1, 1919. 1919
6 5197 RFG Vegetation Station No. 36. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5198 RFG Vegetation Station No. 51. Sept. 1, 1919. 1919
6 5199 RFG Vegetation Station 32. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5200-5201 RFG Vegetation Station No. 31. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5202 RFG Vegetation Station 33. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5203 RFG Vegetation Station 34. Sept. 17, 1919. 1919
6 5204 No caption. 1919
6 5205 RFG Steamship Admiral Watson at dock, Kodiak. 1919
6 5206 RFG U.S. Coast Surveyor at Kodiak. 1919
6 5207 RFG Unsuccessful attempt to catch a cloud effect at Kodiak. 1919
6 5208 RFG Nimrod starting from Kodiak with first section of expedition. 1919
6 5209 RFG Seedling grass established on the surface of the ash whose 3 layers lay as they fell. 1919
6 5210 RFG A native of Kodiak in the Eskimo water proof kamelike of intestines of the seal. 1919
6 5211 RFG Same as 5210. 1919
6 5212 RFG The surveyor lying at the dock in Kodiak. 1919
6 5502-5503 PRH Taken on the way to the coast. 1919
6 5506 PRH Camp of experiment farm on Kodiak Island. 1919
6 5508 PRH Towing a dory on the way to the mainland. One of the men in the dory being Anderson, who was with Steffanson in the arctic. 1919
6 5509 PRH Canvas canoe on Nimrod. 1919
6 5510 PRH Gus Nyman, Captain of the Nimrod and Otto, the cook of the Nimrod. 1919
6 5511 PRH R. Hagelberger in a snowdrift above Kuliak Bay on the trail to the upper cabin. 1919
6 5512 PRH Hafferty’s cabin in Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5513 PRH Copper min in upper Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5514 PRH Looking toward Kinak Mud Flats. Taken on the ridge between Kuliak and Kinak Bays. 1919
6 5515 PRH Looking toward Amalik Bay from high ridge between Amalik Bay and Kinak Bay. 1919
6 5516 PRH Hafferty’s cabin and R. Hagelbarger in Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5517 PRH Looking towards the high mountains west of Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5518 PRH Looking at high falls north of the east arm of Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5519 PRH Looking at the east arm of Amalik Bay at high tide from a point north of the east arm. 1919
6 5520 PRH Skunk cabbage on the west side of Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5523-5524 PRH Kukak Bay looking southwest. 1919
6 5525 PRH Island covered at high tide except for the high standing neck, Kukak Bay. 1919
6 5526 PRH Kukak Bay looking west; Nimrod at anchor. 1919
6 5527 PRH Kukak Bay looking up the mud flats. 1919
6 5528 PRH Kukak Bay looking west. Island covered at high tide except for the neck. 1919
6 5529 PRH Going into Kukak Bay looking southeast. 1919
6 5530 PRH Kukak Bay going out looking northeast. 1919
6 5531 PRH Tent in Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5532 PRH Tent in Amalik Bay. Detail showing R. H. 1919
6 5533 PRH Snowbank in Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5534 PRH Looking down into Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 5535 PRH Looking in at the mouth of Hidden Harbor. It is at half tide. 1919
6 5536 PRH Looking out into Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5537 PRH Professor Hines catching bugs. 1919
6 5538 PRH Ugak Camp. 1919
6 5539 PRH Savonoski Camp looking out onto Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5540 PRH Motorcycle trail at Savonoski camp. 1919
6 5541 PRH Waterfall at Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5542 PRH Eagles nest at Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5544 PRH R. H. looking into eagle’s nest. 1919
6 5545 PRH Mountains in Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5546 PRH Snowy Peak, Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5547 PRH Looking northeast at mountains, Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5548 PRH Looking west in Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5549 PRH Looking towards Princess Peak, Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5550 PRH Looking north in Kuliak Bay. 1919
6 5551 PRH Mates of the Pactolus. 1919
6 5552 PRH Machinist on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5553 PRH Watchman on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5554 PRH On board the Pactolus. 1919
6 5555 PRH No caption. 1919
6 5556 PRH Relief ship on Frisco Bay outside of the of the Golden Gate. 1919
6 5557 PRH The pilot ship, Frisco Bay. 1919
6 5558 PRH The pilot ship with all sails set. 1919
6 5559 PRH The Pactolus band. 1919
6 5560 PRH Rigging and sails of the Pactolus. 1919
6 5565-5566 PRH The Rocky Mountains, Canada. 1919
6 5567-5570 PRH Gourds as grown in Canada. 1919
6 5574 PRH Dried salmon (baliek) on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5591 PRH Savonoski camp kitchens. 1919
6 5592 PRH Motorcycle, Savonski camp. 1919
6 5593 PRH Motorcycle at Savonski camp. 1919
6 5594 PRH Detail of the Savonski camp. 1919
6 5595-5597 PRH Savonski camp. 1919
6 5598-5600 PRH Savonski camp. 1919
6 5601 PRH Rigging on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5607 PRH Looking forward on the Pactolus deck. 1919
6 5608 PRH Rigging on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5613 PRH Naval prison, Frisco Bay. 1919
6 5614 PRH Men on the Rigging of Pactolus, Frisco Bay. 1919
6 5617-5618 PRH North side of Golden Gate Harbor. 1919
6 5619 PRH South side of Golden Gate Harbor. 1919
6 5623 PRH Members of the Captains Cabin. 1919
6 5624 PRH Captain Webster. 1919
6 5627 PRH Gunnies following the ship. 1919
6 5628 PRH Cleaning tuna fish. 1919
6 5630 PRH Rigging on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5636 PRH Sailmaker on the Pactolus. Dried salmon. 1919
6 5639 PRH Tuna fish. 1919
6 5641 PRH Men on the rigging on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5642 PRH R. H. and life buoy on the Pactolus. 1919
6 5643 PRH Men climbing the rigging. 1919
6 5647 PRH R. H. in bidarka on Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5650 PRH Lower base camp on Naknek River. 1919
6 5651 PRH Naknek River. 1919
6 5652 PRH R. H. looking down at fumarole. 1919
6 5653 PRH The bidarka that was brought back to the . . . (the rest of the caption is missing). 1919
6 5655 PRH Boats loaded on Naknek River. 1919
6 5656 PRH Looking toward Bering Sea on Naknek River. 1919
6 5657 PRH Spruce forest near Savonski. 1919
6 5658 PRH Savonski camp. 1919
6 5659 PRH General view of Savonski camp. 1919
6 5660-5661 PRH Building the cabin at Savonski camp. 1919
6 5662 PRH Yori, the Swiss guide looking at fumarole. 1919
6 5664 PRH Cabin at Savonski. 1919
6 5665 RHH Jasper Sayre in his bidarka on Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5666 RHH Jacob with load of freight as it went down the lake on the return voyage. 1919
6 5667 RHH Camp fire at base camp. 1919
6 5668 RHH Log cabin under construction at Savonski camp. 1919
6 5669 PRH Boats loaded on Naknek River. 1919
6 5670 PRH Looking up the north bank of Naknek River. 1919
6 5701 AJB Looking across the head of Naknek Lake from Platform Ridge. Camp was located in cove enclosed by hook in center. 1919
6 5702 AJB Looking across the head of Naknek Lake from Platform Ridge. Flats of Ukak and Savonski Rivers shown. 1919
6 5703-5704 AJB Looking up the valley of the Savonski River from the slope of Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5705-5706 AJB Looking by Little Granite Mountain toward Lake Grosvenor from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5707 AJB Looking across east arm of Naknek Lake from Platform Ridge. The mass standing up directly out of the water is Granite Mountain. 1919
6 5708 AJB Looking across east arm of Naknek Lake from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5709 AJB Looking down Naknek Lake from Platform Ridge showing Granite Mountain and the spit separating east and west arms. In the distance Dumpling Mountain. 1919
6 5710 AJB Gulls nest on an island, Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5711-5712 AJB Revegetation round margin of little pond back from main lake near base camp. Mt. Ikagluik in background. 1919
6 5713 AJB Ash flat directly back of base camp, Platform Ridge in background. 1919
6 5714 AJB Mt. Kiagluik and Knife Peak from platform Ridge. 1919
6 5715 AJB Knife Peak from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5716 AJB Ikagluik from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5717 AJB Mt. Mageik and Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5718 AJB Looking toward Katmai up Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5719 AJB Knife Peak from Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5720 AJB Mt. Mageik and Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from flat surface of Platform Ridge. 1919
6 5721 AJB The outlook from our landing at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5722 AJB The outlook from out landing at the head of Naknek Lake. The prominent mountain is Little Granite. 1919
6 5723 AJB Base camp at head of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5724 AJB The cook tent at base camp. 1919
6 5725 AJB Small spruce close to base camp. 1919
6 5726 AJB No caption. 1919
6 5727 AJB New growth, especially willows among birches killed by eruption near base camp. 1919
6 5728 AJB Revegetation by cotton-top (friophorum) on flats near base camp. 1919
6 5729 AJB Senecio palustris come in as pioneer on ash flat close to base camp. 1919
6 5730 AJB horsetail as pioneer on ash flat in Lower Ukak Valley. 1919
6 5731 AJB Sayre hunting for salmon to spear at Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 5732 AJB The crest of Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 5733 AJB Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 5734 Buckley’s cabin on Island Bay near Portage leading to Lake Grosvenor. 1919
6 5735 AJB The pass between east and west arms of Naknek Lake (east pass). 1919
6 5736 AJB East pass between east and west arms of Naknek Lake 1919
6 5737 AJB Vegetation on Gull Island, Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5738 AJB Cormorants nest on their nesting island in Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5739-5740 AJB Same as 5738. 1919
6 5741-5742 AJB Young terns and gulls resting on beach in front of base camp. 1919
6 5743, 5745, 5747, 5749 AJB Young terns and gulls resting on beach in front of base camp. 1919
6 5750 AJB Same as 5743. 1919
6 5751 AJB Cormorants nest, Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5752 AJB Barren granite islands in east arm of Naknek Lake indicative of the general conditions of the place. Mt. Katolinat in the background. 1919
6 5753 AJB Gulls nest on an island, Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5754 AJB A granite island in Naknek Lake. One of the breeding places of the water fowl. 1919
6 5755 AJB Cormorants nest of the old colony. 1919
6 5756 AJB Terns nest. 1919
6 5757 AJB Young terns in the nest. 1919
6 5758 AJB Young tern in the nest. 1919
6 5759 AJB Tern’s nest. 1919
6 5760 AJB Coarse conglomerate on Naknek Lake. 1919
6 5761 AJB Maggots on bear carcass. 1919
6 5762 AJB Carcass of bear killed in front of base camp. 1919
6 5763 AJB Carcass of bear killed in front of base camp. 1919
6 5764 AJB Mountains directly behind base camp. Pinnacles of Katolinat on the right. 1919
6 5765 No caption. 1919
6 5766 AJB Spruce forest near base camp. 1919
6 5767 AJB Zonation of vegetation at edge of spruce forest. Sedges, willows, and spruce forest. 1919
6 5768 AJB Growth of sedges around border of pond. 1919
6 5769 AJB Spruce near base camp. 1919
6 5770 AJB The expeditions collection of birds. 1919
6 5772-5773 AJB Gulls on the yard arm of the ship. 1919
6 5774 AJB Codfish caught on Cheney during voyage. 1919
6 5775 AJB Codfish caught on Cheney during voyage. 1919
6 5776-5777 AJB Gulls following the ship. 1919
6 5778 AJB Mouth of Bright Angel Creek, Colorado, Canyon. 1919
6 5779 AJB Corral at Indian Gardens half way down Bright Angel Trail, Colorado Canyon. 1919
6 5780 AJB R. E. Helt with burro at Indian Gardens Rest Camp. 1919
6 5801 REH Close up of Tom’s Falls. 1919
6 5802 REH Attempt to photograph fish underwater at Tom’s Falls. 1919
6 5803 REH Same as 5802. 1919
6 5804 REH Mr. Kolb above the Falls photographing the jumping salmon. 1919
6 5805-5806 REH Salmon jumping the falls. 1919
6 5807-5809 REH Salmon jumping at Tom’s Falls. 1919
6 5811 REH Knife Creek Valley. 1919
6 5812-5813 REH Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes from Baked Mountain. Camp at sunset. 1919
6 5814 REH Bank of steam over the shoulder of Baked Mountain. 1919
6 5815 REH A small fumarole on slope of Broken Mountain. It is encrusted with concentric rings of green and yellow. The fumes were choking. 1919
6 5816 REH Attempt to photograph the chemist taking temperature measurements. 1919
6 5817 REH Helt and Wallace on trail from Savonski to Ukak. 1919
6 5818 REH No caption. 1919
6 5819 REH R. E. Helt’s first lessons in the bidarka. 1919
6 5820 REH E. C. Kolb in the bow of the Katmai enroute from Tom’s Falls to Savonski. 1919
6 5812 REH An ash slide on slopes of Katmai. 1919
6 5822 REH Columnar structure of lava on slopes of Katmai. 1919
6 5823 REH Katmai River Valley from slopes of Katmai, looking southwest. 1919
6 5824 REH Looking up Katmai River Valley. 1919
6 5827-5828 REH Cleaning up the wreck of Baked Mountain Camp after the third storm. 1919
6 5829 REH One of the craters in the sand flow. 1919
6 5830 REH Knife Creek Valley looking up towards Katmai. 1919
6 5832 REH Charles Yori going down slopes of Katmai after a visit to the crater. Snow deep August 31. 1919
6 5834-5835 REH Slopes of Katmai. 1919
6 5836 REH Yori in gully filled with snow on the slopes of Katmai. 1919
6 5837 REH R. E. Helt in snow drifts on slopes of Katmai, August 31. 1919
6 5839 REH Yori ascending Mt. Katmai in snow storm. 1919
6 5840 REH Yori on Katmai slopes. 1919
6 5841 REH Some fat cattle on a farm in Kodiak Island. 1919
6 5843 REH Abandoned sheep shearing pen on Kodiak Island. 1919
6 5844 REH Dry Island Fox Farm. 1919
6 5845 REH Katmai River with Katmai Volcano in the distance from the beach camp across the lagoon. 1919
6 5846 REH Katmai River and Katmai Volcano in the distance from beach camp across the lagoon. 1919
6 5847 REH Charles Yori on trail from Camp 4 to lagoon. 1919
6 5848 REH Looking down Katmai valley from slopes of Katmai. Bear Mountain in the center background. 1919
6 5849 REH Charles Yori on slopes of Katmai. 1919
6 5850 REH Katmai Canyon. 1919
6 5901 WLH Base Camp, Savonski Lake. Tents are all 12 x 16, mosquito proof. Camp is just on the shoes among a few surviving black spruce. 1919
6 5902 WLH Along one side of Platform Ridge, showing the far end of Naknek Lake in the distance. Note a few dead cottonwoods about 1,200 feet. 1919
6 5903 WLH Upper Naknek Lake or the East Arm showing the entrance of Savonski and Ukak Rivers taken from Platform Ridge. July 3rd. 1919
6 5904 WLH Gull’s nest with one egg just hatched. Nests among the rocks, but generally on some isolated island. June 28th. 1919
6 5905 WLH J. D. Sayre and Professor J.S. Hines at one of the many rock piles near the portage around Naknek Rapids. A typical tundra. 1919
6 5906 WLH Camp No. 1. At tidewater on Naknek River. Supplies and provisions were brought this far on the cannery’s lighter. 1919
6 5908 WLH The two kiyaks and tent of the two natives we found dead on the banks of Naknek River. The native skin boats held several spears and a variety of arrow heads used still by the natives. June 28th. 1919
6 5909 WLH The home of the flu victims. Man and wife died side by side. The flu came into this region only in the spring of 1919. 1919
6 5910 WLH Stone, Wallace, and Hine on the banks of Naknek River a few minutes after we had discovered the dead natives. 1919
6 5911 WLH Katmai Bay. Showing entrance to the lagoon. 1919
6 5912 WLH Katmai Bay looking up Katmai Valley showing broad flat valley 4 or 5 miles wide. 1919
6 5913 WLH Looking up Katmai Valley from the lagoon showing Katmai Volcano, the largest volcano in existence. 1919
6 5915 WLH Our camp in the alders at Amalik Bay. Paul resting after a hard day’s work, and the tents we just “put on.” 1919
6 5916 WLH Plenty of bear steak. Just about peeled out, note his foot. A. F. Nyman and Paul R. Hagelberger at work. 1919
6 5917 WLH A good start with the boys wielding the knife. 7 p.m. August 31, 1919. 1919
6 5918 WLH Gus and Paul, the Nimrod anchored in the distance. 1919
6 5919 WLH A close up of “poor bear.” 1919
6 5920 WLH A poor negative. 1919
6 5921 WLH In Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5922 WLH The Nimrod, a 12-horse power schooner which took us back and forth from Kodiak to Katmai. 1919
6 5923 WLH Our last day in Katmai Bay. Back once more, but only for an hour’s stay. 1919. 1919
6 5924 WLH Folsom and Kolb leaving the Nimrod. Paul and I left for Amalik Bay on August 13th. 1919
6 5925 WLH W. L. Henning. 1919
6 5927 WLH At base camp in Katmai Bay. Paul in the cabin doorway. 1919
6 5928 WLH Characteristic rocks. 1919
6 5929 WLH “Stalled.” We crawled laboriously out of the canyon then back down again. A couple of pictures in “God’s Country.” 1919
6 5930 WLH The same canyon and falls as 5929. A bad place to get into and a worse one to get out of. July 29th. 1919
6 5932 WLH The proprietor of the Blue Fox Farm at Dry Spruce Island, Kupreanof Strait, Alaska. Sept. 6th, 1919. 1919
6 5933 WLH In Kupereanof Strait. 1919
6 5931 WLH Uzinski on the left. Taken from aboard the Nimrod, Sept. 7th. 1919
6 5935 A blur but it shows its purpose. The arrow points to a whale blowing. note the spray of water. Taken in the early morning of Sept. 7th, 1919. 1919
6 5936 WLH The Blue Fox Farm on Dry Spruce Island. 1919
6 5937 WLH On this island the blue fox is raised successfully. fish are easily obtained for their food. A few appeared on the beach at twilight for us to see. 1919
6 5938 WLH Good-bye to Katmai in 1919. 1919
6 5939 WLH Off for Kodiak. 1919
6 5940 WLH Coming out through the entrance to the lagoon. 1919
6 5941 WLH The mountain ash. 1919
6 5943 WLH Sorbus scobulina. 1919
6 5944 WLH Sorbus Scobulina in the Katmai National Monument. 1919
6 5945 WLH The first mountain ash we ever saw on this side of the range. A small shrub with a beautiful crop of red berry-like fruit. 1919
6 5946 WLH A plane table and allidade. 1919
6 5947 WLH Inner Amalik Bay showing the pass over to Soluka Creek, Geographic Harbor. August 25th. 1919
6 5948 WLH Amalik Bay, showing the chartered harbor for large ships, also a portion of the canal on August 27th, entrance to Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 5959 WLH The entrance to Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 5950 WLH Paul R. Halgeberger rolling up a 103 film from the panorama camera. 1919
6 5951 WLH Base camp at the lagoon. Katmai Bay cabin in construction. 1919
6 5952 WLH Katmai volcano from aboard the boat in Katmai Bay. This is early in the season with snow well down the mountain sides. 1919
6 5953 WLH Coming into Katmai Bay on May 24. 1919
6 5954 WLH Mountains near the water. 1919
6 5955 WLH In Amalik Bay. Note the columnar structure of the rocks on the left. 1919
6 5956 WLH A part of the range between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
6 5957 WLH The walls around Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5958 WLH A beautiful falls at the head of the bay (Amalik). May 23rd. 1919
6 5959 WLH The rapids just above the falls shown in 5958. 1919
6 5960 WLH Looking out from Geographic harbor. Showing the inner bay and canal. August 15. 1919
6 5961 WLH Charles Yori, our Swiss, the reliable. 1919
6 5962 WLH At Hidden Harbor or the Bottle Neck, in the right arm of Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5963 WLH Mrs. Griggs looking back toward the right arm of Amalik Bay. May 22nd. 1919
6 5964 WLH Taken from the boat. 1919
6 5965 WLH Otto Mahle at the wheel 1919
6 5966 WLH Otto Mahle and Gus Nyman of the Nimrod in Council. 1919
6 5967 WLH On board the Nimrod. 1919
6 5968 WLH From Near Island, showing the entrance to Katmai Harbor. The experiment station in the upper right hand corner. 1919
6 5969 WLH The Admiral Farragut leaving Katmai for Seattle. We were glad to get off and glad to get on again. 1919
6 5970 WLH The old dam of the Russian mill, a few miles out from Kodiak, Alaska. 1919
6 5971 WLH Some columnar structure on Takli Island. May 22. 1919
6 5972 WLH Typical columnar structure on Takli Island. It is plentiful in this region of the monument. 1919
6 5973 No caption. 1919
6 5974 WLH Looking into Geographic Harbor from Amalik Bay. 1919
6 5975 WLH Looking into Geographic Harbor from Amalik Bay. Showing Hidden Harbor. 1919
6 5976 WLH Showing the entrance to Hidden Harbor. A narrow channel, 50 to 75 feet wide leads to a fine little protected harbor, deep and large enough for a dozen steamers. May 21st. 1919
6 5977 WLH Starting from the Bottle Neck. The narrow passage can be seen ahead. 1919
6 5978 WLH Starting form the bottle Neck. The narrow passage can be seen ahead. 1919
6 5979 WLH Along the side of the entrance to Hidden Harbor. 1919
6 5980 WLH Captain Nyman in his famous lifeboat. 1919
6 5981 WLH The north end of the canal entrance to Inner Amalik Bay. Across are the Palistrades. August 31st. 1919
6 5983-5984 WLH Lichen growth on ground at Kodiak. 1919
6 5987 WLH Spruce at edge of forest, Kodiak. 1919
6 5992 WLH Dense growth of spruce in forest, Kodiak. 1919
6 5993-5994 WLH Mountains at Cordova. 1919
6 5997 RFG Dock at Petersburg, southeastern Alaska. 1919
6 7308 JDS The Savonski Range from the portage between Lake Grosvenor and Island Bay. 1919
6 7309 JDS Savonoski Range from the south shore of Lake Grosvenor, about 2 miles below the portage. 1919
6 7310 JDS Taking topography on Lake Grosvenor near Station F. 1919
6 7311 JDS Our camp at the peninsula on Naknek Lake. 1919
6 7312 JDS Our camp at the peninsula from which we worked 2 days taking topography. 1919
6 7313 JDS Picture of a bear taken from a moving boat near the Peninsula in Naknek Lake. The arrow indicates the position of the bear, though the picture is somewhat blurred. 1919
6 7315 JDS The end portage between Lake Grosvenor and Island Bay, showing our complete equipment for taking topography and 2 weeks grub and a hand made boat used by Mr. Grant. 1919
6 7316 JDS End of the portage, showing Miller making his pack to carry the stuff across. 1919
6 7317 JDS Point 741 and the top of Savonoski Range from the farthest point which we reached north of Lake Coville. 1919
6 7318 JDS Looking northeast from the farthest point north of Lake Coville which we reached, showing the backbone of the range which extends all the way to Iliamna Lake. 1919
6 7321-7322 JDS Fish jumping the Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 7323-7326 JDS Fish jumping the Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 7327-7329 JDS Fish jumping the Iliuk Falls. 1919
6 7330 JDS The outlet of (Brooks) Ilik Lake. This beautiful body of water 15 miles long, is one of the discoveries of the expedition. 1919
6 7331 JDS Morning mist on Lake Grosvenor. For the exploration of these lakes the expedition made use of native skin bidarkas now almost a thing of the past. 1919
6 7332 JDS Moose tracks east of the outlet of Lake Grosvenor on the extensive ash flat. 1919
6 7333 JDS A small arm from the outlet of Lake Grosvenor. The outlet is shown at the very left of the picture. 1919
6 7334 JDS Another view of this same arm (7333). One of the most beautiful spots of Alaska. 1919
6 7335 JDS Our camp on the arm of the outlet of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
6 7336 JDS Another view of the same camp (7335) showing both pup tents pitched for rainy weather under the shadow of cottonwood trees. 1919
6 7337 JDS On our way north after our trip to the outlet of Lake Grosvenor, along the Savanoski Range across the lake. 1919
6 7338 JDS On our trip up the lake showing one of our topography stations called Red Top on account of the red sandstone which outcrops at the very peak and nowhere else. 1919
6 7339 JDS Our camp on gravelly or stony beach on Lake Grosvenor, where we spent the first night out. 1919
6 7340 JDS Our tents pitched under a conglomerate outcrop of this same beach (7339). 1919
6 7341-7342 JDS Our main base camp at the end of Naknek Lake called Savonoski Camp. 1919
6 7343 JDS Same caption as 7341. 1919
6 7347 JDS The south side of East Pass showing the end of the dam which formerly separated the 2 lakes and where also showing the effect of exposure on the growth of vegetation. 1919
6 7348 JDS A stunted spruce tree growing on the tundra near the Peninsula. This tree was photographed and a section taken of the trunk for future examination. The tree had had seven different tops all of which had been killed off. It was about 55 years old, and only 20 inches tall, and 1 inch in diameter. 1919
6 7349 JDS Characteristic spruce and willow tundra on the peninsula. 1919
6 7351-7352 JDS Pactolus going through Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7353 JDS Pactolus abreast of Ugamak Island in Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7354 JDS Pactolus abreast of Ugamak Island in Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7355 JDS Under full sail in Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7356 JDS Second mate of the Pactolus on the afterdeck. 1919
6 7357 JDS In Behring Sea after going through Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7358-7360 JDS In Behring Sea after going through Unimak Pass. 1919
6 7362 JDS Miller in Kyak on Lake Grosvenor showing point 741 in the background. 1919
6 7363 JDS On account of the cramped position necessary while riding in the kiyaks, it was our custom to take a short rest every once in a while, and so we usually pulled up along shore or on an island and straightened our legs for about 5 minutes every half hour or so. 1919
6 7364 JDS One of the islands in Lake Grosvenor covered with alders and cottonwoods. 1919
6 7365 JDS One of the kiyaks used in topography work with its complete equipment except paddler. 1919
6 7366 JDS The cabin used as a temporary camp while surveying on Lake Grosvenor and Island Bay. 1919
6 7367 JDS A front view of this same cabin (7366) 1919
6 7368 JDS Showing the nature of tree growth in this vicinity. 1919
6 7369 JDS Before going to bed in this cabin it was necessary to smudge out the mosquitoes. We consequently plugged up the chimney and set an oil can smudge inside for about 15 minutes. 1919
6 7370 JDS Getting breakfast under the porch of this cabin. 1919
6 7371 JDS Culinary department of Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7372 JDS Supply tent and bunk tents at Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7373-7374 JDS Pup tents at East Pass where we were forced to camp for 2 days on account of the wind. 1919
6 7375 JDS Surf breaking at East Pass which for 2 days prevented us from continuing our work. 1919
6 7376 JDS Three breakers at one time coming in from the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 7377 JDS A fine clear day, but too windy for our small boats on the lake. 1919
6 7378 JDS The north side of East Pass showing vegetation growing on the slope. 1919
6 7379-7380 JDS Breakers still coming in at East Pass at the end of the second day. 1919
6 7372 JDS The farthest arm of Island Bay and the farthest westward that we were able to go into it with the lake dory. The channel here was only 8 inches deep and 4 feet wide at this height of water. 1919
6 7383 JDS A deposit of wind blown sand in Island Bay supporting a growth of cottonwood trees. 1919
6 7384 JDS A close up of this same deposit which is about 4 feet deep. The deposit is gradually being eroded now and shows the long roots of the trees and grasses in it. 1919
6 7385 JDS The swan in Island Bay near submerged grass. 1919
6 7386 JDS Close up view of the swan which is unable to fly on account of molting. 1919
6 7387 JDS A wild swan captured alive by Miller. Being at the height of its molt it was unable to fly and so was easily overtaken and captured by the power dory. It made such a disturbance with its great white wings that we were glad to let it go again. 1919
6 7388 JDS Same caption as 7387. 1919
6 7389 JDS (Another picture of Miller and the swan). 1919
6 7390 JDS Miller holding the swan, which we caught in the front end of the boat. 1919
6 7396 JDS Cabin belonging to Mr. Grant in which we stayed one night. This cabin is located in the portage between Naknek and Iliuk (Brooks) Lakes. 1919
6 7397 JDS Another view of the cabin (7396) showing details of construction. 1919
6 7398 JDS Close up view with the tent for background, of the tree which is growing on the tundra in photograph 7348. 1919
6 7399 JDS Another view of the same tree. 1919
6 7401 JDS The valley beyond Ikagluik showing cottonwood trees growing abundantly. 1919
6 7402 JDS Square Lake, located at the head of the middle branch of the Ikagluik River. It is the source of this branch of the river coming from glaciers in the vicinity of Princess Peak. 1919
6 7403 JDS View of the middle fork of Lake Savanoski showing Lake Grosvenor at the extreme right and the head of Naknek Lake on the right. 1919
6 7404 JDS View of the lower Savonoski Valley, showing the upper end of Naknek Lake and vicinity. 1919
6 7405 JDS Looking out over the upper course of Savanoski River showing branch near the outlet of Lake Grosvenor. 1919
6 7406 JDS Looking out over Savanoski Valley at slightly lower elevation than in photograph 7405. 1919
6 7407 JDS Looking out over lower Savanoski Valley, showing many lakes which dot this lowland. 1919
6 7408 JDS Canyon of the Ikagluik River, cut down through Naknek sandstone to the depth of a little more than 200 feet. This river, even at low water was impossible to cross because of its swiftness. 1919
6 7409-7410 JDS Same caption as 7408 (close up view). 1919
6 7411 JDS Alder, grass, and cottonwood growing in abundance on the low slope to the west of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7412 JDS The valley southeast of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7413 JDS Ikagluik and Fenners Knolb, from the high plateau west of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7414 JDS Ikagluik from an elevation of 2,000 feet showing the drainage northeast of the mountain. 1919
6 7415 JDS Small lakes in the lowland of Savanoski Valley. 1919
6 7416 JDS Ash covered peaks from 3,000 feet elevation north of Knife Peak, showing Lake Grosvenor in the distance. 1919
6 7417 JDS Square Lake showing its peculiar drainage. 1919
6 7418 JDS Square Lake showing its peculiar drainage. 1919
6 7419 JDS Another view of Ikagluik and the low, flat ridge to the east of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7420 JDS The east branch of the Ikagluik River showing its source near the glaciers of Kugak Volcano. 1919
6 7425 JDS Supper in the region of Ikagluik. Shows characteristic spruce and willow vegetation. 1919
6 7426 JDS Camp in the lower Savanoski Valley. 1919
6 7427 JDS The complete outfit necessary for 10 days stay for topography work, weighing about 55 pounds, outfit consists of bedding, tents, grub, and instruments. 1919
6 7428 JDS Lily pads in shallow lake up Savanoski River Valley. 1919
6 7429 JDS Lily pads in country north of the park. 1919
6 7430 JDS Grouse shot among the spruce trees within a few miles of the Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
6 7431 JDS Basinger and the motor boat Katmai, taking one of the old Dories across Naknek Lake. 1919
6 7432-7433 JDS A dory load of grub being taken across Naknek Lake. The dory was rigged with a sail but the sail was useless because there was no wind. 1919
6 7434-7435 JDS Rear view of the captain of the Katmai. 1919
6 7436 JDS The Gakluik Range with much snow on the slopes. 1919
6 7437 JDS North side of East Pass showing vegetation. 1919
6 7438 JDS Another view of the north side of East Pass showing vegetation. 1919
6 7439 JDS Rainbow trout caught in front of our camp on Naknek. 1919
6 153 JDS Our boats ready to go on up the river anchored in front of our camp. 1919
6 7441 JDS Middle course of the Savanoski River from high peak back of Ukak Camp. 1919
6 7442 JDS The southeast slope of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7443 JDS Platform Ridge at the end of Naknek Lake from Fenners Knolb. 1919
6 7444 JDS Lower end of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes and Pasture Peak around Fenners Knolb. 1919
6 7445 JDS Platform Ridge in Ukak River Valley from Point 112. 1919
6 7446 JDS Lower fork of Ukak River showing large delta built up by floating pumice and ash at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 7447 Southeast slope of Ikagluik. 1919
6 7448 JDS Southeast slope of Ikagluik showing drainage of this country. 1919
6 7449 JDS Taken from the trail between Savanoski and Ukak camp. 1919
6 7450 JDS Taken from the trail between and Kukak camps showing the character of the former vegetation and the characteristic skyline of the Gakluik Range. 1919
6 7451 JDS Cabin made from hewn spruce logs covered with metal roof, at the head of Naknek Lake for storing provisions and supplies. 1919
6 7452 JDS Beginning of the trail from Savanoski Camp to Ukak Camp. 1919
6 7453 JDS Fire place and grub supply at Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7454 JDS View of Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7455-7456 JDS Spruce tree showing increased growth since the eruption, photographed with the tent for a background to show up the whorls of branches. 1919
6 7457 JDS The same tree growing near our camp before it was cut down. 1919
6 7458 JDS Section of this tree was brought back and the annual rings counted and measured. 1919
6 7459 JDS This is a characteristic of most of the smaller spruce trees near Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7460 JDS Before the eruption this tree was evidently shaded by the branch of the tree which is seen at the right of the picture. 1919
6 7461 JDS Lupine showing root nodules, photographed with the camp in the background. At Savanoski Camp. 1919
6 7462 JDS Lupines growing in ash near our camp. 1919
6 7463 JDS A bed of lupines growing on the west side of Katmai River. 1919
6 7464 JDS Katmai Crater. 1919
6 7465 JDS RFG A bonfire kindled by water! one of the fumaroles was so hot and dry that shavings burst into flame after being plunged into its hot vapor which consisted of almost pure steam. 1919
6 7467 JDS Looking down into the throat of hottest fumarole. 1919
6 7468 JDS The first permanent building in the park. A log cabin built to store our surplus equipment. 1919
6 7469 JDS Savanoski Camp among spruce at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
6 7470 JDS View of Savanoski Camp during the latter part of the season. Only two tents remaining. 1919
6 7471 JDS In 1918 we camped at this same place and the level of the ash was at the knot, about 3 feet above the level of the hand in the picture. This shows one years erosion in this soft substrata. 1919
6 7472 JDS Seven mallard ducks being the sum total of one flock killed with seven shots all the birds being killed in the air inside of 2 minutes. 1919
6 7473 JDS Another view of seven mallard ducks which were shot near Lagoon Camp at one time. 1919
6 7474 JDS The swan killed by Stone crossing the lagoon from camp. 1919
6 7475 JDS Another view of the same swan. 1919
6 7476 JDS RTG. 3 teal, and snipe, and mallard, killed before breakfast. 1919
6 7477 JDS Sayre with a mess of ducks secured in a few minutes directly in front of camp. 1919
6 7478 JDS Saving the down from the swan of the previous picture. 1919
6 7479 JDS Lagoon at half tide taken from the trail above the camp. 1919
6 7480 JDS The outlet of Alalagogshuk Creek taken from the trail above the camp. 1919
6 7481 JDS Cape St. Elias. 1919
6 7482 JDS Cape St. Elias. 1919
6 7483-7484 JDS The silver salmon caught in the channel at Kodiak, 29 inches long, weight 13 pounds. 1919
6 7485 JDS Hope and Sena, the children of Dr. Buckely. 1919
6 7487-7488 JDS Hope and Sena, the children of Dr. Buckely. 1919
6 7489 JDS The Surveyor tied to the dock at Kodiak. 1919
6 7490 JDS Miller and Gus’s dog on the porch of our home at Kodiak. 1919
6 7491 JDS Early morning from Kodiak Harbor. 1919
6 7492 JDS The mission home at Kodiak. 1919
6 7493 JDS Another view of Kodiak in the early morning. 1919
6 7494 JDS Herring, seines, and codfish – showing the contents of one stomach. Kodiak. 1919
6 7495 JDS The end of the haul. Seining for herring in Kodiak Harbor. 1919
6 7496-7497 JDS Closing the catch around the remainder of the catch of Herring, Kodiak Harbor. 1919
6 7498 JDS Preparing to haul in the sieve. 1919
6 7499-7500 JDS Katmai Valley from the ship Nimrod as we were leaving Katmai Bay. 1919
6 H1 WLH The California Limited, No. 3. Pullman coaches only, going west. 1919
6 H3 WLH Crossing a shallow river on the California Desert. 1919
6 H4 WLH An Indian Village of New Mexico, as seen from the train. 1919
6 H6 WLH The brakeman on the Santa Fe on one of the many curves we passed. 1919
6 H7 WLH An indian oven. 3/28. 1919
6 H8 WLH Steep walls as seen from the train. 1919
6 H10 WLH As seen form the train. 1919
6 H11 WLH A real indian selling her wares at the Santa Fe Station, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 3/28. 1919
6 H12 WLH View from the observation platform on the Santa Fe. 1919
6 H13 WLH Passengers on the Santa Fe. 1919
6 H15 WLH Indian shacks. Heads watching behind the cracks. 1919
6 H16 WLH A desert of the west as seen from the train. 1919
6 H17 WLH Pretty cloud effect over the canyon. 1919
6 H18 WLH A rancher’s home in the desert of California. 1919
6 H20 WLH Needles, California. Across the state line. 1919
6 H21 WLH Homes of the westerns along the Santa Fe Trail. 1919
6 H22 WLH The national Highway along the Santa Fe Trail. 1919
6 H23 WLH Taken as the train went by. 1919
6 H32 WLH William Henning at the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H33 WLH The burro train leaving the Grand Canyon to darkness. 1919
6 H34 WLH “On the Trail,” about 4,000 feet down. I Passed the burro train. They were coming back and I was going down alone. 1919
6 H36 WLH The Grand Canyon, Arizona. 1919
6 H37 WLH The halfway house, or Indian Gardens, Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H38 WLH A small stretch of the Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H39 WLH In the Grand Canyon of Colorado. 1919
6 H40 WLH Somewhere in the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H41 WLH Near the plateau of the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H42 WLH The Colorado River at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. 3/31. 1919
6 H43 WLH View from the halfway station, Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H44 WLH On the plateau in the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H45 WLH At the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H46 WLH The El Var Hotel, Grand Canyon Arizona. Owned and Operated by the Santa Fe Railroad. 1919
6 H47 WLH Mr. Griggs, David and Ruth on the road at the rim of the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H49 WLH Dr. Robert F. Griggs looking out over the Canyon from Pima Point. Notice the Colorado River. 1919
6 H50 WLH At the Grand Canyon. Dr. Robert F. Griggs standing on the cliff at Pima Point. 1919
6 H51 WLH A little way down in the Grand Canyon. It seems impossible to get any further. 1919
6 H52 WLH The Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H53 WLH Part of Bright Angel Trail at the Canyon. 1919
6 H54 WLH Looking up the Colorado River from the bottom of the Canyon. 1919
6 H55 WLH The Colorado River at the end of Bright Angel Trail. 1919
6 H56 WLH A cliff showing the effects of water, Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H57 WLH In the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. 1919
6 H58 WLH Ruth at the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River may plainly be seen from Pima Point. 1919
6 H59 WLH A corner of the Colorado River at the bottom of the Canyon. 1919
6 H60 WLH A first sight of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H61 WLH A view in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River. 1919
6 H62 WLH Bright Angel Trail. Notice the zig-zags. 1919
6 H63 WLH Bright Angel Trail. If one could only look over the edge. 1919
6 H64 WLH In the Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H65 WLH The muddy Colorado River, Grand Canyon. 1919
6 H66 WLH In the Grand Canyon at the Plateau. 1919
6 H69 WLH Some of the eastern California deserts. 3/31. 1919
6 H73 WLH Entrance to Rockwell Field, San Diego, Just one “bird” in the air. 1919
6 H74 WLH The U.S. Dreadnaught anchored in San Diego Harbor. 1919
6 H75 WLH A closer view of one of the big fellows camouflaged, San Diego, California. 1919
6 H76 WLH The famous Coronado Hotel, San Diego, California. Taken from the beach. It is luxury supreme. 1919
6 H77 WLH At San Diego (aravcaria excelsia). 1919
6 H78 WLH Looking through the conifers at the Coronado Hotel, San Diego. 1919
6 H79 WLH Aravcaria excelsia at San Diego. 1919
6 H80 WLH Another view of the famous Coronado Hotel, San Diego, California. April 2, 1919. Shows the Norfolk Island Pine on the right. 1919
6 H81 WLH The camouflaged warship in San Diego Bay on April 1, 1919. 1919
6 H82 WLH A distant view of the wonderful Spreckles Organ, said to be the largest outdoor organ in the world, Balboa Park, San Diego, California. 4/2. 1919
6 H83 WLH View of one entrance to Balboa Park, San Diego. 1919
6 H84 WLH One of the exposition buildings and the entrance to Balboa Park. 4/2. 1919
6 H85 WLH One of the large ones at the San Diego Ostrich Farm. 1919
6 H86 WLH W. L. Hennings at the entrance to Balboa Park Exposition Grounds, San Diego, California. 1919
6 H87 WLH W. L. Hennings enjoying a beautiful scene of lower California, San Diego, April 1st. 1919
6 H88 WLH A view out over the valley from Mission Cliff Gardens, San Diego, California. 4/2. 1919
6 H89 WLH A close up of the Spreckles wonderful organ as it is being played. Panama Pacific Exposition on grounds, Balboa Park, San Diego, California 4/2. 1919
6 H90 WLH A beautiful spot in Mission Cliff Gardens, San Diego, California 4/2. 1919
6 H91 WLH Looking out toward Pacific Beach from a hill back of San Diego proper, California. 1919
6 H93 WLH A typical street in the residential district of San Diego. 1919
6 H95 WLH A section view of the large Greek Theater at the University of California, Berkeley. 1919
6 H96 WLH Showing part of the seating capacity of the Greek Theater at the University of California. A gift of William Randolph Hearst, Berkeley. 1919
6 H98 WLH A beautiful fall along the Columbia Highway. 1919
6 H99 WLH One of the many beautiful falls out the Columbia Highway, Portland, Oregon. April 6th. 1919
6 H100 WLH Columbia River, looking east, Portland. 1919
6 H101 WLH A close up view of one of the falls along the Columbia Highway, Portland, Oregon. 1919
6 H102 WLH Looking up the Columbia River. 1919
6 H103 WLH View of the Columbia River, Portland, Oregon. 1919
6 H104 WLH One of the beautiful falls along the Columbia Highway, Portland, Oregon. 1919
6 H105 WLH Campus scene of the University of Washington. 1919
6 H106 WLH Some of the buildings at the University of California. A beautiful campus with the hills in the background. Berkeley, April 5th. 1919
6 H107 WLH Alaskan scenery from the Admiral Farragut. 1919
6 H108 WLH On the way to Kodiak. 1919
6 H109 WLH In Seymour Narrows, going south. 1919
6 H110 WLH In Alaska. 1919
6 H111 WLH A passing steamer. Probably the Santa Anna. 1919
6 H114 WLH Conifers and snow-capped mountains of Alaska. 1919
6 H116 WLH The wake of the Admiral Farragut. 1919
6 H117 WLH In Alaska. 1919
6 H118 WLH Going north on the Farragut. 1919
6 H119 WLH The sun on Canadian waters. 1919
6 H120 WLH The Inland Passage to Alaska, from the steamer Admiral Farragut. 1919
6 H121 WLH On the Inland Passage to Alaska. 1919
6 H122 WLH Alaskan water from the Farragut. 1919
6 H123 WLH Alaskan waters. 1919
6 H127 WLH In the wake of the Admiral Farragut going North. 1919
6 H128 WLH In Wrangell Narrows, Petersburg, Alaska. 1919
6 H129 WLH Alaskan waters. A view from the good ship, SS Admiral Farragut. 1919
6 H130, H133 WLH Going through Wrangell Narrows near Petersburg, Alaska. 1919
6 H134 WLH High Alaskan Mountains from the boat. 1919
6 H135 WLH Sunset. 1919
6 H136 WLH One of the U.S. Revenue Cutters anchored in harbor in Juneau, Alaska. April 13th. 1919
6 H137 WLH Beautiful Alaska. Taken on the steamer “going up” against the sun. 1919
6 H138 WLH A typical Alaskan tundra with beautiful snow-capped mountains in the background. Cordova, Alaska. April 15th. 1919
6 H139 WLH Cordova, Alaska. April 15th. 1919
6 H140 WLH Beautiful coniferous forests, Cordova, Alaska. April 15th. 1919
6 H141 WLH The inland passage to Alaska. 1919
6 H142 WLH U.S. Revenue cutter in harbor, Juneau, Alaska. 1919
6 H143 WLH U.S. Revenue Cutter in harbor, Juneau, Alaska. This picture was taken in the early morning before the sun rose. The lighting on the snow-capped mountains was beautiful. 1919
6 H144 WLH Conifer forest at Fidalgo Bay. 1919
6 H145 WLH The Admiral Farragut leaving Kodiak, Alaska, April 21st, 1919. The end of a 12-day trip from Seattle. 1919
6 H146 WLH The Nimrod a 40 foot power schooner on her first trip to the mainland, leaving Kodiak. Two prospectors in tow to Whale Island. Wallace, Folsom, Stone, Paul, and Ralph aboard. 1919
6 H147 WLH The Cairn of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Pillar Mountain, Kodiak. 4/26. 1919
6 H148 WLH The summit of Pillar Mountain, Kodiak, about 1,200 feet thigh. Julius F. Stone, Jr., standing and Ralph Hagelberger. 1919
6 H150 WLH The steamer we lived on for 12 days in coming to Alaska. The Nimrod in the left foreground. 1919
6 H351 WLH Brush and blue top through which ran our trail. 1919
6 H352 WLH Looking out over the Katmai Valley from the trail on the edge of Bear Mountain. 1919
6 H353 WLH “Bones” at base camp, lagoon, Katmai Bay, Alaska. 1919
6 H356 WLH Crossing the bridge on Martin Creek. Paul and Charlie. 1919
6 H357 WLH Charles Yori, Ralph Hagelbarger, Julius F. Stone, Jr., Paul R. Hagelbarger, enjoying life at base camp, lagoon, Katmai Bay, Alaska. 1919
6 H358 WLH Going down the rapids. A real trip. 1919
6 H359 WLH Yori, Ralph, Stone, and Paul crossing Martin Creek. 1919
6 H360 WLH E. Olson in volcanic ash. We cut off the top of this tree in 1917 at a then convenient height above the ground. So much ash has washed out in 2 years that the cut end now stands 9 feet above the ground. 1919
6 H361 WLH Bill, Yori, Paul, and Stone, Sayre, and Wallace taken on Martin Creek Bridge. 1919
6 H362 WLH Young gulls in the nest. Only a few days old. Naknek Lake, Alaska. June 27th. 1919
6 H363 WLH Going down the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
6 H364 WLH A real catch of rainbow trout. The one Wallace has measured 32 inches. About 15 minutes of sport. June 27th. 1919
6 H365 WLH Giant trout from Naknek River. The fishing is such as would make Isaac Walton green with envy. They average 24 inches long but some are much longer. Our longest catch measured 32 inches. 1919
6 H366 WLH A catch of H.N. Wallace. Rainbow trout. 1919
6 H367 WLH On Naknek Lake. Professor Hine and J. D. Sayre. Travelling was fine. 1919
6 H368 WLH A gull nest and the usual 3 eggs on the island, Naknek Lake. June 28th. 1919
6 H369 WLH A downy little gull in his nest. 1919
6 H370 WLH A wild duck’s nest. Found on a small island in Naknek Lake. 1919
6 H371 WLH Paul on the job. 1919
6 H372 WLH Typical columnar structure at Amalik Bay, Katmai National Monument. 1919
6 H373 WLH A dory on the rocks. 1919
6 H374 WLH Part of Amalik Bay and some real mountains. August 31st. Still in the monument. 1919
6 H375 WLH Fungi at Amalik Bay. August 30th. 1919
6 H376 WLH A pretty little stream near out camp at Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 H377 WLH Paul at our cave at Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 H378 WLH Bringing the bear to land. 1919
6 H379 WLH A 2 year old bear. 1919
6 H380 WLH A young bear shot in Geographic Harbor. 1919
6 H381 WLH The bear propped and held by Gus. 1919
6 H382 WLH Manager of the salt herring industry at the dock, Kodiak. 1919
6 H383 WLH The USS Surveyor coming into dock at Kodiak, a war veteran wearing a chevron. 1919
6 H384 WLH Kodiak, Alaska. Rising tide in the inner harbor, showing the warehouse of O. Kraft and son’s store. 1919
6 H385 WLH Anchorage at Kodiak. The fishing industry is prominent in this small town. 1919
6 H386 WLH The Minnie B the vessel of the Kodiak Fisheries Co. being laid up for winter near their cannery at Kodiak, Alaska. 1919
6 H387 WLH Interior of the Greek Catholic Church at Kodiak. 1919
6 H388 WLH The cannery of the Kodiak Fisheries at Kodiak, Alaska. 1919
6 H389 WLH The Surveyor again, coming up to the dock at Kodiak. 1919
6 H390 WLH The Surveyor coming up to the dock. 1919
6 H391 WLH A pure bred Galloway at the experiment station, Kodiak, Sept. 21. 1919
6 H392 WLH A two year old Galloway at the experiment station, Kodiak. 1919
6 H393 WLH The beach at Kodiak showing a native repairing his dory. 1919
6 H394 WLH The Admiral Watson and Surveyor tied to the dock at Kodiak. Surveyor is taking on oil. 1919
6 H396 WLH Implement barns showing stationery engine used at the ranch, Kalsin Bay. Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H397-H398 WLH The Minnie B being laid up for the winter in the harbor at Kodiak, Alaska. The Eloise at anchor to the right. Sept. 26th. 1919
6 H399 WLH The entrance to Kodiak showing Wood Island in the distance. 1919
6 H400 WLH The dairy barn at Kodiak. 1919
6 H401 WLH A small lily lake just a few feet from Mill Bay, Alaska. Sept. 22. 1919
6 H402 WLH The experiment station buildings. 1919
6 H403 WLH Native children on experiment station scow at Kodiak. 1919
6 H404 WLH The mission house and church at Kodiak. 1919
6 H406 WLH The bow of the Admiral Watson before we boarded her on our homeward journey, Sept. 23rd. 1919
6 H407 WLH The Admiral Watson tied up at dock at Kodiak. Surveyor getting oil. 1919
6 H409 WLH The buildings at the U.S. Experiment Station, Kodiak. The man is Richard E. Helt, raking oats, cut in the dough stage for green hay. 1919
6 H411 WLH A 12-pound silver salmon caught in the channel by Jasper D. Sayre. 1919
6 H412 WLH The USS Surveyor coming into dock at Kodiak. Marshall Armstrong’s gas boat in the foreground. 1919
6 H413 WLH W. L. Henning in an oat field before it was cut for hay. They never get ripe here but do make excellent feed for livestock. 1919
6 H414 WLH The Admiral Watson coming into dock at Kodiak, Sept. 23. 1919
6 H416 WLH Our natural bridge in the Devil’s Bay, Kodiak Island. Miller took the picture. 1919
6 H417 WLH The USS Surveyor at the dock. Note the chevron on the funnel just below the black band at the top. 1919
6 H418 WLH Native children on a small scow, property of the Experiment Station. Sept. 25th. 1919
6 H419 WLH The Surveyor coming alongside the Watson to take oil at the dock. 9/23. 1919
6 H420 WLH The new bungalow at the Experiment Station. 1919
6 H421 WLH Interior of the church near the large bible. 1919
6 H422 WLH The construction of the Swede’s at the station. Large racks upon which to dry the oats for hay. 1919
6 H423 WLH Swede’s in the process of construction on the Kodiak Experiment Farm. Upon there the oats are “cured” for grain-hay. Prof. Hines near the wagon. 1919
6 H424 WLH J. D. Sayre with the stadia rod and his pipe on a small lake near Kodiak. 1919
6 H425 WLH The Red Wing anchored at the ranch, Kalsin Bay, Alaska. Sept. 24. 1919
6 H426 WLH The 2 silos of the experiment station at Kalsin Bay. Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H427 WLH The Red Wing owned by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Kodiak Experiment Station. Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H428 WLH Buildings at Kalsin Bay. 1919
6 H429 WLH The farm scale finds its place in Alaskan agriculture. Part of the cattle barns of the U.S. Experiment Station, Kalsin Bay, Kodiak Island, Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H430 WLH House and silo at the Experiment Station Ranch at Kalson Bay, Kodiak. Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H431 WLH A few of the Gallaways at the Station’s ranch at Kalsin Bay, Kodiak. Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H432 WLH The Red Wing anchored at Kalsin Bay. A 40 horse power schooner used by the station for transportation to and from Kodiak. 1919
6 H433 WLH One of the silos at the ranch, Kalsin Bay. 1919
6 H434 WLH A fine looking Galloway but a little bit cross also tubercular. 1919
6 H437 WLH The new home of the foreman at Kalson Bay, Kodiak Island. Ranch of the Experiment Station, Sept. 24th. 1919
6 H438 WLH Dr. E. G. Zies in the dory at Kalsin Bay. 1919
6 H440 WLH The dairy barn of the Experiment Station at Kodiak. 1919
6 H441 WLH Barrels of herring, salted and ready for shipping at the Kodiak Fisheries Co. 1919
6 H442 WLH Dr. A. T. Allen and Prof. J. S. Hine on the trail from Kodiak. They feel as happy as they look. 1919
6 H444 WLH Cutting oats for green hay. The experiment station in the distance. 1919
6 H445 WLH S. S. Admiral Watson coming into dock at Kodiak. All were happy then. 1919
6 H446 WLH A street in Valdez, Alaska. The Valdez Glacier may just be seen at the end of the street. 1919
6 H447 WLH Looking forward on board the Watson. 1919
6 H448 WLH Snow covered mountains. 1919
6 H450 WLH Glaciers and snow capped mountains as seen on return trip. 1919
6 H451 WLH A large steamer tug going north along British (Columbia) waters. 1919
6 H452 WLH A pretty bay. 1919
6 H454 WLH “Thin” mountains. Ansco film. 1919
6 H455 WLH In Canadian waters. 1919
6 H456 WLH A great glacier at sea level as seen on voyage home. 1919
6 H457 WLH A glacier that has worked its way by twisting around the mountain. Sept. 29. 1919
6 H458 WLH Having a good time aft on the Watson. 1919
6 H459 WLH An Ansco film, an old one. 1919
6 H460 WLH Around the cape. A little foggy. 1919
6 H461 WLH The Watson tied up at the dock of Fidalgo Mines Co. in Prince William Sound. We were here about 24 hours. Took on 300 tons of copper ore for Takoma, Washington. 1919
6 H462 WLH At the entrance to one of the many mines at Fidalgo Bay. Copper ore here. 1919
6 H463 WLH Entrance to one of the copper mines of the Fidalgo Mines Corporation at Fidalgo Bay, Alaska. Sept. 28th. 1919
6 H464-H465 WLH Glacier from the Watson. 1919
6 H466 WLH Canadian waters and lighthouse. 1919
6 H467 WLH Alert Bay and Village, British Columbia. Oct. 4th. 1919
6 H468 WLH In Puget Sound, Oct. 5th. 1919
6 H469 WLH Glacier showing the immense size of the ice sheet and some of the crevasses though we are several miles away. 1919
6 H470 WLH A glacier in the distance. 1919
6 H471 WLH Coming into Valdez, Alaska. Notice the well-known Valdez Glacier only a few miles from the town. Sept. 29. 1919
6 H472 WLH A Canadian Government boat in waters along British Columbia. Oct. 3rd. 1919
6 H473 WLH Admiral Evans leaving us in Puget Sound. Oct. 5th. 1919
6 H474 WLH The Admiral Evans leaving the Watson after we had traded pilots. This ship was sent down and raised again from Alaskan waters. 1919
6 H475 WLH One of the big Canadian Pacific steamers coming into port at Seattle. She is running away from us. A small steamer tug in the foreground. 1919
6 H476 WLH One of the Swift and Co.’s steamers in harbor at Seattle. 1919
6 H477 WLH The first look at civilization once more. Seattle on a foggy and hazy day. 1919
6 H478 WLH The Canadian Pacific dock or pier and railway station at Vancouver, B.C. 1919
6 H479 WLH A very beautiful teahouse in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 1919
6 H480 WLH Dr. Zies, Prof. Hine, Mrs. Allen, and Dr. Allen in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 1919
6 H481 WLH One of the tall trees in Stanley Park. 1919
6 H482 WLH Along the Canadian Pacific Railway, B.C. 1919
6 H483 WLH In the Kicking Horse Canyon. 1919
6 H484 WLH The Kicking Horse Canyon of the Canadian Rockies. Oct. 7. 1919
6 H485 WLH In the same canyon on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 1919
6 H486 WLH Scenery. Conifers and mountains. 1919
6 H488 WLH Near the continental divide in the Canadian Rockies. C. P. Ry. 1919
6 H489 WLH A large government institution in the northwest. 1919
6 H490 WLH One of the typical railroad towns of Canada. Eight elevators in a town of less than a thousand population. A great grain district. 1919
6 H492 WLH Gold metal flower. 1919
6 H493 WLH Only flour in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. 1919
6 H494 WLH A large bridge over the Mississippi. 1919
6 H495 WLH The bridge shown in 494. 1919
6 H496 WLH A large concrete elevator. 1919
6 H497 WLH The gymnasium, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 1919
6 H498 WLH No caption. 1919
6 H499 WLH Football game between Ohio and Purdue. 1919. 1919
6 H500 WLH Home, sweet home. Oct. 10. 1919
6 H415 WLH August E. Miller taking life easy. Absorbing the sun rays at Mill Bay, Kodiak Island. 1919
6 H443 WLH One of the many haycocks put up by the station for food for cattle. Fence typical for Kodiak. Miller asleep. 1919
6 H453 WLH August E. Miller on board the Watson coming home. 1919
7 5999 RFG The Sundum Range from entrance to Wrangell Narrows, Petersburg on the right. 1919
7 6000 RFG The Sundum Range from entrance to Wrangell Narrows. Petersburg on the right. 1919
7 6001 RFG Young spruce in forest at Kodiak. 1919
7 6002 RFG Caption but no photo. 1919
7 6004 RFG Vegetation Station 17. May 13. 1919
7 6005 RFG Vegetation Stations 39 and 40. May 13. 1919
7 6006 RFG Vegetation Station 14. 1919
7 6009 RFG Spruce trees coming up in grassland beyond the edge of the forest. The stump of such a tree, showing growth of 18″ in 46 years with thickest ring more than 1/2″ in width. 1919
7 6010 RFG Caption but no photo. 1919
7 6011 RFG Looking in the direction of Kugak Volcano from mountain back of Hidden Harbor. May 21. 1919
7 6012 RFG Looking north across the valley running from Hidden Harbor toward Mt. Katmai. May 21. 1919
7 6013 RFG Hidden Harbor at head of Kinak Bay. 1919
7 6014 RFG Vegetation Station 13. May 17th. 1919
7 6015 RFG Cones on horizontal branch of spruce showing abundance of fruiting at edge of range. 1919
7 6016 RFG Abundance of fruit on spruces at the edge of their range. 1919
7 6017 RFG Piles of kelp (alaria fistulosa) ready to be spaded into native potato gardens, Kodiak. 1919
7 6018 RFG Native fertilizing potato garden at Kodiak. From time immemorial the natives have applied the ribbon kelp, alaria fistulosa, as fertilizer to their potato gardens. For over a half a century these same garden plots have continued to produce good crops of potatoes without intermission by virtue of this fertilizer. 1919
7 6019 RFG Andrean Yagashoff, member of 1919 expedition, bringing in kelp for potato patches, Kodiak. 1919
7 6021 RFG Entrance to Hidden Harbor at head of Kinak Bay. 1919
7 6022 RFG Mountain northeast of Hidden Harbor. 1919
7 6023 RFG Looking out of Hidden Harbor at low tide. 1919
7 6024 RFG The delta of a distributary stream loaded with ash spread out on a snow drift. 1919
7 6025 RFG A natural bridge cut into the ash by a small stream. 1919
7 6026RFG A network of deposits laid down by overloaded stream. 1919
7 6027 RFG The valley connecting Hidden Harbor and Kukak Bay which is seen in the distance. 1919
7 6028 ECK Hidden harbor from a peak nearby. 1919
7 6029 ECK Hidden Harbor from a peak nearby. 1919
7 6031 RFG Columnar andesite in Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6032 RFG Lichens growing on the rocks of Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6033 RFG Waterfall in a stream flowing into Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6034 RFG Moss starting in the shelter afforded by a dead stick in a deep deposit of ash at the head of Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6035 RFG Islands at the entrance to the inner basin of Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6036 RFG Mountain wall of Geographic Harbor. On entering this haven one has an unusual opportunity to study volcanic action for contrasting with the ash of the recent eruption is an enormous lava flow that poured down the bay in tertiary times, forming beautiful columnar joints as seen in the nearest cliff. 1919
7 6037 RFG Cliffs of columnar lava beneath sedimentary strata, Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6038 RFG An eagle’s nest in a dead spruce on Takli Island. The spruce is one of a grove that was killed by the eruption. Beyond this point only a single tree is known, at Cape Kubugakli. 1919
7 6039 RFG An eagle’s nest in dead spruce on Takli Island. The spruce is one of a grove that was killed by the eruption. Beyond this point only one other tree is known, at Cape Kubugakli. 1919
7 6040 RFG Near the entrance to Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6041 ECK An attempt to photograph Mt. Mageik from Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6042 ECK An attempt to photograph Mt. Mageik from Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6043 RFG E. C. Kolb crossing a ravine on a log in Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6044 RFG A tree lodged high up in the branches by the great flood. 1919
7 6045 RFG Cliffs of columnar andesite in Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6046 RFG Island of columnar lava overridden and planted off by a glacier, Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6047 RFG Island of columnar lava overridden and planed off by a glacier, Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6048 RFG Columnar basalt near the mouth of Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6049 RFG Mountain wall on the shore of Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6050 RFG Mountain wall on the shore of Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6051 ECK Steam from Mageik silhouetted against the sunset. 1919
7 6052 ECK Steam from Mageik silhouetted against the sunset. 1919
7 6053 ECK R. F. Griggs plodding through soft snow on first trip up to the pass. June 1st. 1919
7 6054 RFG Snowdrifts in flat beyond Observation Mountain. June 1st. 1919
7 6055 ECK The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6056 RFG Snowdrifts in the Valley and on Baked Mountain. June 1st. 1919
7 6057 ECK Attempt to photograph Mt. Martin on rounding corner of Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6059 ECK The same bear tracks in 1919. 1919
7 6060 RFG Bear tracks near Lagoon Camp. 1919
7 6061 RFG E. C. Kolb crossing Martin Creek after the snow bridge broke. 1919
7 6062 RFG E. C. Kolb crossing Martin Creek after the snow bridge broke. 1919
7 6063 ECK A large rock carried by the Boulder Flow north to its terminus at the forks of Martin Creek. 1919
7 6065 RFG General view of surface of middle portion of the boulder flow. 1919
7 6071 RFG Climbing up the moraine on the way to the pass. 1919
7 6072 RFG Party coming down canyon of River Lethe. 1919
7 6073 RFG The first camp in the valley, June 5, 1919, in a niche of Buttress Mountain. 1919
7 6074 RFG Climbing up to the pass in early spring. 1919
7 6075 RFG A hot spring beneath the snowdrift on the flat beyond Observation Mountain, June 5th. 1919
7 6076 RFG Structure of the mudflow canyon of Mageik Creek. 1919
7 6078 RFG Stone and Wallace dropped through a snow bridge spanning a concealed gully on edge of Valley. 1919
7 6079 ECK Party resting before going over the pass for the first trip to Savanoski. Left to right, Miller, Griggs, Henning, Stone, Wallace, and Yori. 1919
7 6081 RFG A large spruce tree with a mat of branches prostrate on the ground. The lower branches were killed perhaps by snow. 1919
7 6082 RFG Spruces growing on tundra along Naknek River. 1919
7 6083 RFG Dense growth of white spruce (picea canadensis) coming in on the tundra north of the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
7 6084 RFG Dense growth of white spruce (picea canadensis) coming in on the tundra north of the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
7 6085 RFG A large spruce on the tundra. 1919
7 6086 RFG A rapidly growing young spruce. Note the mat of branches close to the ground and the death of some of the intermediate branches. 1919
7 6087 RFG Looking out over the tundra from the edge of the dense growth of spruce. 1919
7 6088 RFG Face of the bluff at the end of the spit, separating the east and west arms of Naknek Lake. The formation is clearly that of a sand spit built out into the lake when it stood at a higher level. 1919
7 6089 RFG Glaciated granite along the shore of the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
7 6090 RFG The pack train threading one of the canyons cut into the sand flow of the valley. 1919
7 6091 RFG Shipping supplies up Naknek Lake by motor boat. 1919
7 6092 RFG Lining supplies up rapids of Naknek River. 1919
7 6093 RFG Lining supplies up Naknek River Rapids. 1919
7 6094 RFG Lining supplies up Naknek River Rapids. 1919
7 6095 RFG Lining supplies up Naknek River Rapids. 1919
7 6096 RFG Growth of alders in a depression on the bank of the river, and probably kept full of snow during the winter. 1919
7 6097 RFG Lining supplies up the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
7 6098 RFG Lining supplies up the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
7 6099 RFG Spruce tree on the tundra with typical mat of prostrate branches on the ground and bare trunk above. 1919
7 6100 RFG A young spruce tree maintained by a growth of prostrate branches on the ground. Several of the upright tips which the tree has attempted to grow have been killed back. 1919
7 6101 RFG Falling Mountain from across the valley. 1919
7 6102 RFG Novarupta from the Greased Hill. 1919
7 6103 RFG Falling Mountain from across the valley. 1919
7 6104 RFG Bear track in Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6105 RFG Bear track in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6106 RFG Camp at junction of River Lethe. Windy Creek and Knife Creek. The steam is from the hot waters of the two latter. 1919
7 6108 RFG Charred stump near upper limit of the sand flow. 1919
7 6109 RFG Three Forks. The junction of Windy Creek, River Lethe, and Knife Creek. The water of the two latter is near the boiling point, hence the cloud of steam. 1919
7 6110 RFG Motor boat on Naknek Lake. 1919
7 6121 RFG The Geophysical Party on their first entrance into the valley. 1919
7 6122 RFG Charlie York and the pack he carried over the pass. 1919
7 6124 RFG General view of the surface of the boulder flow. Horseshoe Pond in the center. 1919
7 6125 RFG Lower portion of the boulder flow. 1919
7 6126 RFG Lake across the middle section of the surface of the boulder flow. 1919
7 6129 RFG A branch of Martin Creek flowing over the boulder flow. Note the angular contrasting with the cobbles of an ordinary stream. 1919
7 6130 RFG Large rocks and chunks of soft peat indiscriminately mixed together in the debris of the boulder flow. 1919
7 6131 RFG Geophysical party on their first inspection tour of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6132 RFG Approaching on of the big ones. 1919
7 6133 RFG Glisan examining the River Lethe. 1919
7 6134 RFG A small crater thrown up along the fissure in the middle of the valley. 1919
7 6136 RFG A line of small craters along a fissure. 1919
7 6137 RFG A small crater thrown up along a fissure in the middle of the valley. 1919
7 6138 RFG A small crater thrown up along a fissure in the middle of the valley. 1919
7 6139 RFG Bread crust surface developed on a chunk of pumice near Novarupta. 1919
7 6140 RFG Same stone as shown in 6139. 1919
7 6141 RFG A small crater-like hole in the lower portion of the sandflow. 1919
7 6143 RFG Tracks where a bear walked up to a steaming crater and looked in. 1919
7 6144 RFG Stratified ash that by some sort of movement in the sand flow subsequent to which deposition took place was buried. 1919
7 6145 RFG Dr. Zies at the camp beyond Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6147 RFG Camp established in the valley behind Baked Mountain and Broken Mountain. 1919
7 6148 RFG Allen and Zies inspecting one of the big fumaroles. 1919
7 6149 RFG Geophysical party examining one of the big vents. 1919
7 6150 RFG Geophysicists examining steaming fissure. 1919
7 6151 RFG A conglomerate cliff of Mt. Katolinat facing Naknek Lake. 1919
7 6152 RFG One of the pinnacles of Mt. Katolinat which is occupied by a very remarkable conglomerate, 2,000 feet thick. 1919
7 6153 RFG A layer of sandstone in the conglomerate. 1919
7 6154 RFG Looking across the east arm of Naknek Lake from Mt. Katolinat. 1919
7 6155 RFG Alpine flowers at the base of Mt. Katolinat. 1919
7 6156 RFG Alpine flowers at the base of Mt. Katolinat. 1919
7 6157 RFG Landing supplies from the dory on the beach in front of base camp. 1919
7 6158 RFG Unloading supplies at the head of Naknek Lake. With power boats it was possible to bring all sorts of heavy freight up as the Base Camp. 1919
7 6159 RFG A typical example of one of the canyons cut into the surface of the ashfall. 1919
7 6160 RFG Lower part of the canyon of River Lethe. 1919
7 6161 RFG Iris growing near foot of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6162 RFG Iris growing near the foot of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6163 RFG Mt. Ikagluik from Savonoski Camp. 1919
7 6165 RFG R. F. Griggs experimenting with a bidarka in front of Base Camp. 1919
7 6166 RFG R. F. Griggs experimenting with a bidarka in front of Base Camp. 1919
7 6167 RFG Mrs. Griggs in a bidarka. 1919
7 6168 RFG Sayre in the bidarka. 1919
7 6169 RFG Sayre in the bidarka. 1919
7 6170 RFG Sayre and Miller with the bidarkas in which they surveyed the lakes. 1919
7 6171 RFG Fresh bear tracks near the head of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6172 RFG Fresh bear tracks near the head of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. 1919
7 6174 RFG The flag of the Geographic at Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6175 RFG Putting the pot to cook in a steaming fissure. 1919
7 6177 RFG Tree on a slope washed over by the sandflow. All lower branches were destroyed, but upper ones were intact. 1919
7 6178 RFG Every branch burned off a tree 9 feet high above which it was intact. Standing on a steep slope probably passed over by the sandflow in a single hot wave. 1919
7 6179 RFG A section of the sandflow near its terminus. 1919
7 6180 RFG A section of the sandflow near its terminus. 1919
7 6181 RFG Fumaroles in a corner between Novarupta and the Greased Hill. 1919
7 6183 RFG Bread crust surface developed on a chunk of pumice on the crater rim of Novarupta. 1919
7 6184 RFG Novarupta from the slope of Falling Mountain. 1919
7 6185 RFG E. C. Kolb descending into the mouth of a steaming fumarole. 1919
7 6186 RFG Stone holding the rope while Kolb (out of focus) goes into the fumarole. 1919
7 6187 RFG A big fumarole just in front of Novarupta. 1919
7 6188 RFG A fumarole in to which Kolb is shown descending in No. 6185. 1919
7 6189 RFG The side of a steaming gully. 1919
7 6193 RFG A fissure and Broken Mountain above Novarupta. 1919
7 6194 RFG Fault blocks in a fissure near the summit of Broken Mountain. 1919
7 6195 RFG Fault blocks in a fissure near the summit of Broken Mountain. 1919
7 6196 RFG A falt scarp on Broken Mountain back of Novarupta revealing deposit of stratified ash to a depth of nearly 70 feet, yet the base is not shown. 1919
7 6197 RFG Steps on the fault scarp back of Novarupta. 1919
7 6198 RFG Fault scarp back of Novarupta. 1919
7 6199 RFG Steaming fissures in the Greased Hill sector. 1919
7 6200 RFG Falling Mountain and plug of Novarupta from the crater rim. Figures in the steam give the scale. 1919
7 6211 RFG The entrance to Hidden Harbor at the head of Kinak Bay. 1919
7 6212 RFG Looking out of Kinak Bay from mountains above Hidden Harbor in which Nimrod is anchored, lower left corner. 1919
7 6213 RFG Looking out of Kinak Bay from mountains above Hidden Harbor in which Nimrod is anchored, lower left corner. 1919
7 6214 ECK Nimrod entering Hidden Harbor. 1919
7 6215 ECK Captain Nyman of the Nimrod at the wheel. 1919
7 6216 ECK Captain Nyman of the Nimrod at the wheel. 1919
7 6221 ECK A tree lodged high up in the branches by the great flood. 1919
7 6222 ECK Tree lodged high up in the branches by great flood. 1919
7 6223 ECK Stone and Wallace meeting the Nimrod in Katmai Bay. 1919
7 6224 ECK Stone and Wallace meeting the Nimrod in Katmai Bay. 1919
7 6225 ECK Our first view of the volcanoes. At the left Mt. Martin, in the middle Mt. Mageik, the dunes of Katmai Beach in the foreground. 1919
7 6226 ECK The entrance to Geographic Harbor opening up as we worked our way in. 1919
7 6227 ECK An eagle’s nest on an island at the entrance to Geographic Harbor. 1919
7 6228 ECK Eaglets in the nest, on Takli Island. 1919
7 6229 ECK Eaglets in the nest on Takli Island. 1919
7 6230 Eagle’s nest. 1919
7 6231 ECK Camp in the last grove of poplars under Mt. Mageik. 1919
7 6232 ECK Parting crossing snow bridge at Martin Creek Camp. 1919
7 6234 ECK A massive layer in the Naknek Sandstone (intrusive?). 1919
7 6235 ECK Packers picking their way across bridge of Martin Creek. 1919
7 6236 ECK Pack train working along the edge of Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6237 ECK Resting by the trail in Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6238 ECK Attempt to photograph Mt. Mageik from Katmai Valley. 1919
7 6239 ECK Dead poplars of the Ghost Forest. 1919
7 6240 ECK Dead poplars of the Ghost Forest. 1919
7 6241 ECK Crossing Martin Creek at low water soon after the bridge was built. 1919
7 6242 ECK The forks of Martin Creek. 1919
7 6243 ECK Martin Creek close to the bridge. 1919
7 6244 C. Y. Kolb crossing newly laid bridge at Martin Creek. 1919
7 6245 ECK Charles Yori crossing newly laid bridge at Martin Creek. 1919
7 6246 ECK Looking southwest through pass between Martin Creek and Alalagogshuk Creek. 1919
7 6247 ECK Trident from the peak above Martin Creek Camp. Observation Mountain on the right. 1919
7 6248 ECK Mageik from mountain above Martin Creek Camp. 1919
7 6249 ECK Looking toward Mt. Martin across head of Boulder flow from mountain above Martin Creek Camp. 1919
7 6250 ECK Concretions in Naknek sandstone on peak above Martin Creek Camp. 1919
7 6251 ECK Meanders in a brook, Alalagogshuk Valley. 1919
7 6252 ECK Lagoon Camp. 1919
7 6253X ECK Party preparing to leave Lagoon Camp for the Valley. 1919
7 6253 ECK Lagoon camp when the elderberries were in blossom. 1919
7 6254 ECK Lagoon camp when elderberries were in bloom. 1919
7 6254X ECK Party preparing to leave Lagoon Camp. Left to right – Hine, Henning, Jones, Paul, and Ralph. 1919
7 6255 ECK Preparing to leave Lagoon Camp. Left to right – Fenner, Jones, Zies, Allen, Hine, Glisan. 1919
7 6256 Preparing to leave Lagoon Camp. 1919
7 6257 ECK Yori helping Jones strap up his pack at Lagoon Camp. 1919
7 6258 ECK Looking at the water over the bridge at Martin Creek. Afraid to cross. 1919
7 6259 ECK Sedum roseum, and other herbage in crevices of rock along the trail. 1919
7 6260 ECK The geophysicists under the lead of Yori starting for the Smokes. 1919
7 6261 ECK Looking toward Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6262 ECK Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain in camp. 1919
7 6263 ECK A creek on the way up to the pass. 1919
7 6264 ECK Mt. Martin from the foot of Mageik Landslide. 1919
7 6265 ECK Mt. Martin from the foot of Mageik Landslide. 1919
7 6266 ECK Our first view of Mt. Martin from corner of Martin Creek Valley. 1919
7 6267 ECK Our first view of Mt. Martin from corner of Martin Creek Valley. 1919
7 6268 ECK Mt. Mageik from Katmai Valley. The flowering shrub is elderberry. 1919
7 6269 ECK Mt. Mageik from Katmai Valley. The flowering shrub is elderberry. 1919
7 6270 ECK Katmai Crater from bottom of Alalagogshuk Mountain. In the foreground dead trees standing in the tall grass. 1919
7 6271 ECK Fumaroles on the shoulder of Trident. 1919
7 6272 ECK Examining deposits in area of diffuse activity. 1919
7 6273 ECK Examining deposits in area of diffuse activity. 1919
7 6274 ECK Gathering specimens on side of active gully. Fumarole 5 in the background. 1919
7 6275 ECK Gathering specimens on the side of an active gully. Fumarole 5 in the background. 1919
7 6276 ECK A more distant view of the same area shown in 6274-5. 1919
7 6277 ECK Fumarole 5 from the corner of Baked Mountain. The men give the scale. 1919
7 6278 ECK Looking toward Mt. Martin from angle of Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6279 ECK Mt. Mageik. The big fumarole at corner of Baked Mountain in foreground. 1919
7 6280 ECK Mt. Mageik and Mt. Martin from Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6281 ECK Clouds lifting from Mt. Mageik. 1919
7 6282 ECK Clouds lifting from Mt. Mageik. 1919
7 6283 ECK Cooking over fumarole 5. 1919
7 6284 ECK Frying bacon over a fumarole. It is hard to appreciate the situation from a still picture. The steam is so hot and dry as it rushes forth that it is perfectly clear. The pressure was so great as to lift the fry pan high in the air. 1919
7 6285 ECK Frying bacon over big fumarole at Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6287 ECK The Expedition flags at Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6288 ECK Jones setting his camera up of flank of Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6290 ECK Looking towards west corner of valley from rim of Cerberus. 1919
7 6291 ECK Griggs waiting for party to come up over the fissured area of Broken Mountain. 1919
7 6292 ECK Traversing the fissures of Broken Mountain. 1919
7 6293 ECK Lava plug of Novarupta and Falling Mountain from high point of the crater rim. 1919
7 6294 Steaming crater. 1919
7 6295 ECK Steaming crater rim of Novarupta. 1919
7 6296 ECK Novarupta from the plain. The figure in front silhouetted against the steam gives the scale. 1919
7 6297 ECK R. F. Griggs taking notes in the field. 1919
7 6298 ECK Climbing up side of a gully in fissured area. 1919
7 6300 Party approaching Novarupta. Man in the middle distance helps to give the scale. 1919
7 6302 WLH H. N. Wallace. A swan and the Remington automatic. 1919
7 6303 WLH A little clear spot in the canyon of the River Lethe. June 5th. 1919
7 6304 WLH In the canyon of the River Lethe. In places the canyon walls were steaming and we could hardly see where to go. 1919
7 6305 WLH Our first camp in the valley. June 4th. 1919
7 6306 WLH First camp in the valley. June 5th. The tent poles were rigged of rifles and walking sticks. 1919
7 6307 WLH In the valley. 1919
7 6308 WLH In the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. My first look at it from Katmai Pass. The steamers were all very much alive. June 4, 1919. 1919
7 6310 WLH Resting. Mr. Griggs, Yori, and Kolb with the movie camera. 1919
7 6311 WLH The dock and harbor at Kodiak, Alaska. 1919
7 6312 WLH A salmon stream at Mill Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska. 1919
7 6313 WLH A wounded osprey. 1919
7 6314 WLH Peter, a native with a boat load of kelp at Potato Beach. The kelp is to be put on the potato patches as fertilizer. 1919
7 6316 WLH The wireless station on Woody Island. U.S. Navy outfit and station for Katmai. 1919
7 6137 WLH The U.S.N. Radio Station on Wood Island. 1919
7 6318 WLH The U.S.N. Radio Station on Wood Island. 1919
7 6320 WLH At Devil’s Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska. 1919
7 6321 WLH Takli Island. 1919
7 6322 WLH Our camp in Takala Creek Valley. Ready to break camp and move out. August 23rd. 1919
7 6323 WLH On the shores of Takala Lake. Looking out to sea toward Takla Bay. 1919
7 6324 WLH Paul at cairn of Station 22. Shows Takala Lake and the low, flat Takala Creek Valley. 1919
7 6325 WLH From Station 22. Looking down over Takala Lake, showing green cottonwoods on the lake shore. 1919
7 6326 WLH One of the very few cottonwoods alive in the broad valley of Soluka Creek. August 21st. 1919
7 6327 WLH Looking up the broad, flat valley of Soluka Creek from Station 21. 1919
7 6328 WLH Looking down the valley at Soluka Creek from Station 21. The mouth of Katmai could be seen. Kubugalki Point and a point on the cliff of Atmo Mountain. 1919
7 6329 WLH A pretty canyon of one of the small streams emptying into Soluka Creek. 1919
7 6330 WLH Looking up the hill and over into Soluka Creek Valley from Takala Creek Valley. 1919
7 6331 WLH Looking across the valley toward Katmai. 1919
7 6332 WLH Looking out across the valley. Several fumaroles showing up. 1919
7 6334 Steam from crater. 1919
7 6335 WLH Out in the middle of the valley, looking toward Baked Mountain. A few of the big ones are showing up on the left. 1919
7 6337 WLH Among the hot ones of the valley. 1919
7 6338 Steaming Crater. 1919
7 6341 WLH Large pieces of conglomerate rock on top of a low hill in Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6342 WLH Huge conglomerate found on top of a hill in Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6343 WLH False Takli Island and entrance to right arm of Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6344 WLH Islands in Amalik Bay. 1919
7 6345 WLH Takli Island from the summit of Nymana Nook. 1919
7 6346 WLH Looking west from Nymans Nook showing west entrance and part of Takli Island. 1919
7 6347 WLH Looking northwest from Nyman Nook. Inner Amalik Bay and Anchorage. 1919
7 6348 WLH August E. Miller digging in an old native shell heap. 1919
7 6349 WLH A bald eagle’s nest on Takli Island. 1919
7 6350 WLH A bald eagle’s nest. 1919
7 6353 WLH Looking down across the lower end of the valley. 1919
7 6356 WLH One of the few mud pots in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. These little fellows keep boiling and sputtering all the time. 1919
7 6357 WLH Small sputtering mud pots. 1919
7 6358 Sputtering mud pots. 1919
7 6361 WLH Three eggs in a common sea gull’s nest. 1919
7 6362 WLH A young one. 1919
7 6363 WLH Old man Grant and Sayre looking over a little vein. Mr. Grant was a character and wild for news of the world. 1919
7 6364WLH At Tom’s village. My first salmon trout. 1919
7 6366 WLH Around the camp fire on the shores of Naknek Lake at Tom’s village. Lots of fish. 1919
7 6367 WLH Mr. Griggs looking up the valley. Baked Mountain, Cerberus, and Mageik showing up in the distance 1919
7 6369 WLH At Three Forks Joint, below which hot and cold water met. An ideal place for a bath. The right temperature and mineral water, too. 1919
7 6370 WLH A small stream washing away at its banks. 1919
7 6371 WLH The mountain range between Amalik and Takala Bays. 1919
7 6372 WLH At Station 26. Looking up Takala Creek and valley, showing head of Amalik Bay, Black Mountain, and the lake. 1919
7 6373 WLH Paul at work on Station 25, Geographic Harbor on the right. 1919
7 6374 WLH Takala Island from Station 25. Showing mouth and entrance to the Amalik Bays. 1919
7 6375 WLH Near the approach of Geographic Harbor showing Anchorage and entrance to canal. 1919
7 6376 WLH Looking north from Station 25. The range of mountains between Takli and Amalik Bays. 1919
7 6378 WLH A bear trail. Where we first saw him on our trail – fresh and only about 100 yards from our tent. We think he was our feast later on. 1919
7 6379 WLH In Geographic Harbor, in front of our camp at the cave. 1919
7 6380 WLH Within Geographic Harbor. In front of our cave camp. 1919
7 6389 WLH The church at Savanoski. The best building at the village and quite an improvement. Held sacred by the natives even now when the village is deserted. 1919
7 6390 WLH The graveyard immediately behind the church. This was one place well represented. At one time this must have been a village of five or six hundred. The graveyard is well filled. 1919
7 6391 WLH On a tributary of Alalagogshuk Creek. To the west of the boundary of the National Monument. Our camp and fire can be seen. 1919
7 6392 WLH Alalagogshuk Creek or River. It is milky from glacial waters. 1919
7 6393 WLH Our fire in Alalagogshuk country. Some place and a tent for two that one must put on in order to get inside. 1919
7 6394 Fire in Alalagogshuk. 1919
7 6395 WLH A double exposure – the headless man. 1919
7 6396 WLH Our camp at the spring. An ideal place for a camp, and Charlie’s first choice. Getting ready for a feed. Note our tent back of us. 1919
7 6381 WLH On the trail, looking up Ukak River and at the lower end of the valley. 1919
7 6382 WLH From the shore of Naknek Lake, looking up Ukak Valley. Ralph kneeling in the middle of the picture. Mageik and Martin show up plainly in spite of being off such a distance. 1919
7 6383 WLH From the shore (of Naknek Lake. Mageik showing up in the distance. 1919
7 6384 WLH Looking up Savanoski River. Ralph on the bank. Savanoski Village on the banks at the right. July 4th. 1919
7 6385 WLH A typical barabara sod house. Note the long narrow entrance way. This is where the native lives. 1919
7 6386 WLH A row of barabaras at Savanoski Village. 1919
7 6387 WLH This is where the native keeps his supplies and equipment. They are on stilts, high and dry. A cache. 1919
7 6388 WLH A close up of the cache. Note the ladder and size of the door. We did manage to get inside of them, however. 1919
7 6397 WLH Our famous spring and a dandy one. Paul helping himself. It boils up under the tall grass and forms a stream flowing probably six inches deep and 4 or 5 feet wide of the best water. 1919
7 6399 WLH W.I. Henning crossing Martin Creek on our temporary bridge. 1919
7 6400 WLH Paul at Camp 4. The stream has washed its way through 10 or 12 feet of pumice, affording fine protection to our camp. 1919
7 6401 ECK Sunset from Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6402 ECK Fumarole near Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6403 ECK Looking down the valley from near Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6404 ECK Novarupta from the slope of Falling Mountain. 1919
7 6405 ECK Novarupta from slope of Falling Mountain. 1919
7 6406 ECK Looking clown the valley from near Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6407 ECK Looking across the valley from near Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6408 ECK Looking across the valley from near Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6409 ECK Looking toward glacier in west corner of valley from Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6410 ECK Looking toward glacier in west corner of valley from Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6411 ECK Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6412 ECK Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6413 ECK A chunk of pumice so light it will float on water. 1919
7 6414 ECK Strong man stunts. 1919
7 6415 ECK Jones working at specimens to be photographed. 1919
7 6416 ECK Baked Mountain. The tents are in the field, but barely visible. 1919
7 6418 ECK L. G. Folsom. 1919
7 6420 ECK Setting up the motion picture camera in a gully by the glacier. 1919
7 6421 ECK Baked Mountain Camp after the second wreck. 1919
7 6422 ECK Baked Mountain Camp after the second wreck. 1919
7 6423 ECK Looking toward Novarupta and Mt. Katmai from one of the gullies of the valley. The man on the crater rim is barely visible. 1919
7 6424 ECK Baked Mountain Camp with Fumarole 46. 1919
7 6425 ECK The oven where our cornbread was baked. Fumarole 46 in the background. 1919
7 6426 ECK Fumarole No. 46. 1919
7 6427 ECK Fumarole No. 46. 1919
7 6428 ECK Patched up tents after the second storm at Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6429 ECK Baked Mountain Camp after second storm. 1919
7 6430 ECK Baked Mountain Camp after second storm. 1919
7 6431 ECK Fumaroles along the slope of Baked Mountain from the west bank of the River Lethe. 1919
7 6432 ECK Kolb packing motion picture camera down the valley. 1919
7 6433 ECK Kolb packing motion picture camera down the valley. 1919
7 6435 ECK One of the mud pots. 1919
7 6436 ECK Photographing a mud pot. 1919
7 6437 ECK A vigorously boiling mud pot. 1919
7 6438 ECK Drops of water thrown in the air from a mud pot. 1919
7 6439 ECK A vigorously boiling mud pot. 1919
7 6440 ECK Fumaroles at Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
7 6441 ECK Cow in the hold of the Farragut with calf born on board. 1919
7 6442 ECK An old timer at Juneau. 1919
7 6443 ECK Mountains along the Inside Passage. 1919
7 6444 ECK Waterfall on Inside Passage. 1919
7 6445 ECK Waterfall from Hanging Valley on Inside Passage. 1919
7 6446ECK A hanging valley on the Inside Passage. 1919
7 6447ECK Mountains rising out of the water, Inside Passage. 1919
7 6448ECK Leaving Gastineau Channel, Thane in the distance. 1919
7 6450ECK The Fairweather Range from steamer. 1919
7 6451ECK Fishing boats with their nets in Bristol Bay. 1919
7 6452ECK Fishing boats with their nets in Bristol Bay. 1919
7 6453 ECK A fishing boat working its way into position to spread its net. 1919
7 6454ECK Bristol Bay from Hungary Peterson’s. 1919
7 6457ECK Mushing it through the soft tundra. 1919
7 6458ECK Ponds in the tundra at Naknek. 1919
7 6459ECK Ponds in the tundra at Naknek. 1919
7 6460ECK Resting on the way up the valley. 1919
7 6461ECK Natives at Pavik 1919
7 6462ECK Children orphaned by the flu epidemic at Pavik. 1919
7 6463ECK Orphan child camping on the tundra, Pavik. 1919
7 9464 ECK Tents of the natives camping on the tundra after abandoning their houses at the time of the flu epidemic, Pavik. 1919
7 9465ECK The graveyard, Pavik. 1919
7 6466ECK Entrance to one of the barabaras, Pavik. 1919
7 6467 ECK Children at Pavik. 1919
7 6468 ECK Children at Pavik. 1919
7 6469 ECK Children at Pavik. 1919
7 6471 ECK Henning cabin at Iliuk Village showing character of the spruce trees. 1919
7 6472 ECK The trail through the grass to the Salmon Falls, Iliuk Village. 1919
7 6473 ECK Kolb loading motor boat at the outlet of the lake. 1919
7 6474 ECK An attempt to photograph wild geranium blossoms. Badly out of focus. 1919
7 6475 ECK Giant trout from Naknek River. They averaged 24 inches – the biggest we landed measured 32 inches. 1919
7 6476 ECK Camp on Naknek River. 1919
7 6477 ECK Camp on Naknek River. 1919
7 6478 ECK Camp on Naknek River. 1919
7 6479 ECK Camp on Naknek River. 1919
7 6480 ECK Camp on Naknek River. 1919
7 6481 ECK Pavik natives drying salmon. 1919
7 6482ECK The Tyronne, of chief, of Pavik with two of the children. 1919
7 6483ECK Pavik natives drying salmon. 1919
7 6485 ECK Native woman dressing salmon. Note the chopping knife used for the purpose. 1919
7 6486 ECK Native woman dressing salmon. 1919
7 6487 ECK Native woman dressing salmon. Note the chopping knife used for the purpose. 1919
7 6488 ECK Native woman dressing salmon. Note the chopping knife used for the purpose. 1919
7 6489 ECK Native woman dressing salmon. Note the chopping knife used for the purpose. 1919
7 6491 ECK Mr. and Mrs. Griggs at Baked Mountain. 1919
7 6500 ECK Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
8 6501 ECK Reflections in the east arm of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6502 ECK Reflections in east arm, Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6503 ECK The outlet of Iliuk Lake. 1919
8 6504 ECK Kolb and Helt wading out to take motion pictures of the salmon jumping the falls. One fish in the air just over Kolb’s head. 1919
8 6505 ECK Taking pictures of the jumping salmon. 1919
8 6506 ECK Salmon leaping the falls. 1919
8 6507 ECK Salmon leaping the falls. 1919
8 6508 ECK Salmon leaping the falls. 1919
8 6509 ECK Salmon jumping the falls of Iliuk River. These falls, only five miles outside the boundaries of the park, are ascended annually by many thousands of fish, pressing upstream to their spawning grounds in the lake at its source. 1919
8 6510 ECK Salmon leaping the falls. 1919
8 6511 ECK The base of David’s Falls near head of Katmai Mud Flow. 1919
8 6512 ECK A snow bridge at the foot of David’s Falls. The base of one of lava flows from Katmai in the upper portion of the picture. 1919
8 6513 ECK David’s Falls. 1919
8 6514 ECK Jumping down into Katmai Canyon. 1919
8 6515 ECK The last leap in the descent into Katmai Canyon. Although the mountain wall opposite is 4,000 feet above the river, the jump is not so high as it looks. 1919
8 6516 ECK Prospect Point and the canyon. 1919
8 6517 ECK Prospect Point. 1919
8 6518 ECK Looking across Katmai Canyon towards Ruth’s Falls. 1919
8 6519 ECK No description. 1919
8 6520 ECK David’s Falls from Katmai mudflow. 1919
8 6521 ECK Birds collected by the Expedition. 1919
8 6522 ECK Professor Hine with his collection of birds. 1919
8 6523 ECK Professor Hine with his collection of birds. 1919
8 6524 ECK Bringing in logs for the cabin at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6525 ECK Bringing in logs for the cabin at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6526 ECK Kolb taking motion pictures at Camp Savanoski. 1919
8 6527 ECK The landing place, Savanoski Camp. 1919
8 6528 ECK The landing place, Savanoski Camp. 1919
8 6529 ECK White spruce at Savanoski Camp. 1919
8 6530 ECK Mount Katolinat rising from the blue waters of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6531 ECK A snow drift at Camp Five at the head of the valley. 1919
8 6532 ECK A snow drift at Camp Five at the head of the valley. 1919
8 6533 ECK Mr. and Mrs. Kolb in the quicksands of Katmai River. 1919
8 6534 ECK Mr. and Mrs. Folsom and Mrs. Kolb in the quicksands, Katmai River. 1919
8 6535 ECK Lagoon Camp. 1919
8 6536 ECK Trident from Katmai Valley. 1919
8 6537 ECK Stone and Wallace on the way to Mt. Katmai. 1919
8 6538 ECK Stone and Wallace resting by the camp fire. 1919
8 6539 ECK Folsom and Stone on the way to Katmai. 1919
8 6540 ECK Stone and Wallace examining the trail. 1919
8 6541 ECK Salmon leaping the falls. 1919
8 6542 REH Kolb attempting to take pictures of salmon from above the falls. As soon as he entered the water all jumping ceased. They must have tasted his feet. 1919
8 6543 ECK Approaching salmon falls in the dory. 1919
8 6544 ECK Approaching the salmon falls in the dory. 1919
8 6545 ECK The pass between the two arms of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6546 ECK The pass between the two arms of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6547 ECK Mt. Katolinat rising 5,800 feet out of east arm of the lake. 1919
8 6548 ECK NV. Katolinat rising 5,800 feet out of east arm of the lake. 1919
8 6550 ECK Mount Katolinat rising from the blue waters of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6551 ECK Prospect Point at the entrance to Katmai Canyon. 1919
8 6552 ECK Looking up Katmai Canyon from Prospect Point. Clouds hanging low. 1919
8 6553 ECK Looking down Katmai Valley from Prospect Point. 1919
8 6554 ECK Looking across Katmai Canyon from the hillside. 1919
8 6555 ECK The upper half of Katmai Canyon from elevation of about 2,000 feet on the canyon side. 1919
8 6556 ECK On the slopes of Katmai. 1919
8 6557 ECK Katmai Canyon from the higher slopes of the mountain. 1919
8 6558 ECK Katmai Valley from an elevation of 2,500 to 3,000 feet up the volcano. 1919
8 6559 ECK Wallace carrying motion picture outfit up Katmai. 1919
8 6560 ECK Wallace carrying motion picture outfit up Katmai. 1919
8 6561 ECK Baked Mountain Camp after the first storm. 1919
8 6562 ECK Anbor stones dragged by the storm. 1919
8 6563 ECK The apparatus tent down after the first storm. 1919
8 6564 ECK The apparatus tent down after the first storm. 1919
8 6565 ECK Fumaroles on east side of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6566 ECK Jones resting on crater rim of Novarupta. 1919
8 6567 ECK Party on the march near Novarupta. 1919
8 6568 ECK Novarupta from the slopes of Trident. 1919
8 656 9 ECK A snow bridge across a gully back of Novarupta. 1919
8 6570 ECK On the slope opposite Novarupta. 1919
8 6571 RFG U.S. Coast Guard survey boat Surveyor at dock in Kodiak. 1919
8 6572 RFG U.S. Coast Survey boat Surveyor at dock in Kodiak Harbor. 1919
8 6575 RFG Lagoon Camp. 1919
8 6576 RFG A lupine grown in deep ash deposits photographed to show root system. 1919
8 6577 RFG Julian’s Falls near Katmai Mud Flow. 1919
8 6578 RFG Crater of Katmai. 1919
8 6579 RFG Sayre looking into the crater. 1919
8 6580 RFG Sayre looking into the crater. 1919
8 6581 ECK Yori moving from Baked Mountain to Cerberus. 1919
8 6582 ECK Nimrod on the way home. 1919
8 6583 ECK The Folsoms and the Kolbs at Cerberus. 1919
8 6584 ECK Fumaroles in the corner of Baked Mountain back of Cerberus. 1919
8 6585 ECK Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Folsom in the valley. 1919
8 6587 ECK Mr. and Mrs. Kolb on the crater rim of Novarupta. 1919
8 6588 ECK Mrs. Kolb taking motion pictures of the valley. 1919
8 6589 ECK Mrs. Kolb taking panorama of the valley. 1919
8 6590 ECK Kolb taking motion pictures of valley. 1919
8 6591 ECK Native woman cleaning fish, Pavik. 1919
8 6592 ECK Native woman cleaning fish, Pavik. 1919
8 6593 ECK Natives drying salmon at the mouth of the Naknek River. 1919
8 6594 ECK Natives drying salmon at the mouth of the Naknek River. 1919
8 6595 ECK Natives drying salmon at the mouth of the Naknek River. 1919
8 6596 ECK Eskimo woman dressing salmon, Naknek. This woman was away from the village at the time the flu struck, otherwise she would have died, for the flu epidemic carried off practically every adult native in the whole Bristol Bay country. 1919
8 6597 ECK Eskimo woman dressing salmon, Naknek. 1919
8 6598 ECK An Eskimo bidarka from Pavik. 1919
8 6599 ECK Drying salmon at Pavik. 1919
8 6602 RFG Fumaroles on east side of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6603 RFG A stream or deep canyon at the east end of Falling Mountain. Stratified ash here rests directly on bed rock. 1919
8 6604 RFG Looking down into valley from slopes east of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6605 RFG Looking down into valley from slopes east of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6606 RFG Fumaroles on east side of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6607 RFG Novarupta from the plateau east of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6608 RFG Novarupta through the break in the steam clouds. 1919
8 6609 RFG Novarupta through the break in the steam clouds. 1919
8 6610 RFG Novarupta through the break in the steam clouds. 1919
8 6611 RFG Bridge across Martin Creek. 1919
8 6612 RFG A horsetail coming up though a hollow tree trunk and emerging twelve feet from the ground. 1919
8 6613 RFG Sliding down a snow drift. 1919
8 6614 RFG Henning crossing a thin snow bridge. 1919
8 6615 RFG Henning crossing a thin snow bridge. 1919
8 6616 RFG Henning crossing a thin snow bridge. 1919
8 6617 RFG A patch of snow remaining on the lava plug of Novarupta, July 13, 1919. 1919
8 6618 RFG Henning on the blocks of the lava plug. 1919
8 6619 RFG Henning resting on a blood-red crust bomb on the crater rim of Novarupta. 1919
8 6620 RFG Steaming fissures near Novarupta. The man in the foreground is too near to give an adequate conception of the scale. 1919
8 6621 RFG Boulder flow, camera jiggled. 1919
8 6622 RFG The thin edge of the boulder flow where it ran up the side of little Hillak. 1919
8 6623 RFG Irregular pile of rocks on boulder flow. 1919
8 6624 RFG Chunks of peat on surface of boulder flow. 1919
8 6625 RFG A good sized rock (scale indicated by the figure) carried by the boulder flow almost to edge of Martin Creek. ____ miles from the cliff which it came from. 1919
8 6631 RFG A general view of the cone studded surface of the boulder flow. Observe the absolute newness of the drainage which simply wanders at will over the loose surface. 1919
8 6632 RFG A cone studded surface of the boulder flow. 1919
8 6633 No caption. 1919
8 6634 RFG Looking clown the boulder flow from near Horseshoe Pond. 1919
8 6635 RFG A hillside scoured off by the boulder flow. The flying rocks scoured off the soil nearly a hundred feet up this hillside, yet before movements ceased, the mass slumped away again, leaving a deep depression now filled with water forming the Horseshoe Pond. 1919
8 6636 RFG A conical pile of somewhat irregular outline. 1919
8 6637 RFG A spur of the mountain at Horseshoe Pond scoured off by the boulder flow. 1919
8 6638 RFG Drainage on the boulder flow. The several swift streams which cross its surface have not even cut beds for themselves in the gravelly bebrids. The water simply spreads out irregularly over the uneven surface. 1919
8 6639 RFG A rock showing scratches due to falling debris. 1919
8 6640 RFG An example of the heterogeneous character of the boulder flow. Masses of hard rock and chunks of soft peaty soil are indiscriminately mixed together in the debris. 1919
8 6642 RFG An attempt to photograph one of the craters along the west side of the valley. 1919
8 6643 RFG An attempt to photograph one of the craters along the west side of the valley. 1919
8 6644 RFG Bank of the River Lethe in the central part of the valley. 1919
8 6645 RFG Fumaroles of Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
8 6646 RFG Kolb and Sone taking motion picture of Novarupta. 1919
8 6647 RFG Novarupta from slope of Falling Mountain. 1919
8 6648 RFG Gully in the valley leading up to Novarupta. 1919
8 6649 RFG A small crater along the fissure in the central part of the valley. 1919
8 6650 RFG A small crater along the fissure in the central part of the valley. 1919
8 6651 RFG A moose antler picked up on the ash near the foot of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. It had been dropped since the eruption. 1919
8 6652 RFG Waterfall along edge of Likak Valley near end of the boulder flow. 1919
8 6653 RFG Canyon out along the east edge of the boulder flow near its terminus. Stumps of trees burned off by the sandflow at right. 1919
8 6654 RFG Bill Henning carrying tent frame weighing 70# and extremely clumsy up to Likak Camp. 1919
8 6655 RFG The edge of Knife Canyon. 1919
8 6656 RFG A point on Buttress Mountain along west side of valley where small fumaroles emanated from the sandstone above the high mud mark. 1919
8 6657 RFG One (of the craters on the west side of the valley filled up by washed-in mud. 1919
8 6658 RFG A crater on the west side of the valley. 1919
8 6659 RFG Attempt to photograph crater in the west side of the valley. 1919
8 6660 RFG Attempt to photograph a crater on the west side of the valley. 1919
8 6661 RFG Group assembled at Savanoski Camp. Top row: Basinger, Stone, Wallace, Sayre, Helt, Zies. Bottom row: Hine, Allen, Miller, Paul Hagelbarger, Griggs, Jacob, Fenner, Ralph Hagelbarger. 1919
8 6662 RFG Breakfast at Savanoski. Top row: Gilsan, Ralph Hagelbarger, Paul Hagelbarger, Fenner, Sayre, Zies, Helt, Miller, Hine. Lower row: Wallace, Basinger, Allen, Jacob, Stone. 1919
8 6663 RFG Base Camp in the forest at the head of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6664 RFG The Base Camp in the forest at the head of Naknek Lake. We were much surprised on finding such a forest within a dozen miles of the Smokes. 1919
8 6665 RFG Looking up Savanoski Valley from the Pinnacles of Mount Katolinat. 1919
8 6666 RFG Pinnacles of conglomerate on Mount Katolinat. 1919
8 6667 RFG One of the conglomerate pinnacles. 1919
8 6668 RFG Looking west on Naknek Lake from the pinnacles of Mount Katolinat. 1919
8 6669 RFG Pinnacles of Katolinat. 1919
8 6670 RFG Looking west on Naknek Lake from the pinnacles of Mount Katolinat. 1919
8 6672 RFG One of the mud pots found near Fumarole No. 32 after a rain. 1919
8 6673 RFG Fumarole No. 32. 1919
8 6674 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6675 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6676 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6677 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6678 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6679 RFG Boiling mud pots near Fumarole 32. 1919
8 6681 RFG Iliuk Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6682 RFG Iliuk Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6683 RFG Salmon jumping the falls at Iliuk. 1919
8 6684 ECK Lining boat up the rapids of Naknek River. 1919
8 6685 ECK Lining boat up rapids of Naknek River. 1919
8 6686 ECK Mending the boat after hitting a rock in the rapids. 1919
8 6687 ECK Framework of a native camp, Naknek River below the rapids. 1919
8 6688 ECK Framework of a native camp, Naknek River below the rapids. 1919
8 6689 ECK Fishing boat with its net drifting along the shore of Bristol Bay. 1919
8 6690 ECK A bluff of glacial till along the shore of Bristol Bay. 1919
8 6691 RFG Salmon leaping the falls, Iliuk River. 1919
8 6692 RFG Salmon leaping falls, Iliuk River. 1919
8 6693 RFG Outlet of Iliuk Lake. 1919
8 6694 RFG Salmon leaping Iliuk Falls. 1919
8 6695 RFG Kolb taking motion pictures of the Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6696 RFG Kolb taking motion pictures of the Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6697 RFG Spearing our supper at foot of the Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6698 RFG Salmon leaping, Iliuk Falls. 1919
8 6699 RFG The Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6700 RFG The Salmon Falls. 1919
8 6701 ECK Granite rocks, Island Bay, Naknek River. 1919
8 6702 ECK Granite rocks, Island Bay, Naknek River. 1919
8 6703 RFG Arctic fireweed along the shore of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6704 RFG Arctic fireweed along the shore of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6705 RFG Arctic fireweed along the shore of Naknek Lake. 1919
8 670 6 RFG The pinnacles of Mt. Katolinat from Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6707 RFG Pinnacles of Mt. Katolinat from Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6709 RFG Pinnacles of Mt. Katolinat from Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6710 RFG Beach line cut by lake when it stood at level about 60 feet above that of the present. Near the pass into Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6711 RFG Glaciated granite on shore, Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6712 RFG Looking out over Naknek Lake from a trapper’s cabin, temporarily occupied by the party. 1919
8 6713 RFG Trapper’s cabin on portage between Island Bay and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
8 6714 RFG Trapper’s cabin on portage between Island Bay and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
8 6715 RFG Spruce forest at the portage, the man gives the scale. 1919
8 6716 RFG Forest at the portage between Naknek Lake and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
8 6717 RFG Forest at the portage between Naknek Lake and Lake Grosvenor. 1919
8 6718 RFG Among the islands of Island Bay. 1919
8 6719 RFG Forest on one of the islands in Island Bay. 1919
8 6720 RFG Forest on one of the islands in Island Bay. 1919
8 6721 RFG Dick Helt at the water hole, Katmai Camp. 1919
8 6722 RFG Julius Stone getting water, Katmai Camp. 1919
8 6723 RFG Julius Stone getting water, Katmai Camp. 1919
8 6724 RFG A section of the base of the ashfall at the foot of Mt. Katmai. The stubble originally covering the ground is perfectly preserved. The heat of the ash not being great enough to affect it in any way. 1919
8 6725 RFG A section of the base of ashfall at foot of Mt. Katmai. The stubble originally covering the ground is perfectly preserved, the heat of the ash not being great enough to affect it in any way. 1919
8 6726 RFG Camp Four as it was in August, 1919. 1919
8 6727 RFG The pinnacles of Mt. Katolinat from Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6728 RFG Glacier growing on the granite rock, Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6729 RFG Granite polished by glacial action, Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6730 RFG Granite polished by glacial action, Naknek Lake. 1919
8 6731 RFG Looking toward the Big Spring, photographed in 1917. 1919
8 6732 RFG Senecio palustris growing in wet places on the pumice flat of Katmai River. 1919
8 6733 RFG A lava flow Mt. Katmai resting on a glaciated surface in Katmai Canyon. The bedrock is Naknek sandstone (jarassic) which is beautifully planed and striated by glacial action. Here and there is small remnants of till as indicated by the hammer which still remains on the original glaciated surface below the lava. 1919
8 6734 RFG A lava flow from Mt. Katmai resting on a glaciated surface in Katmai Canyon. Note remnant of till between the two marked by the hammer. 1919
8 6735 RFG The base of the lava flow near Prospect Point. 1919
8 6736 RFG Vegetation on Prospect Point. 1919
8 6737 RFG Looking across the canyon towards Ruth’s Falls. 1919
8 6738 RFG The edge of a lava flow near Prospect Point. 1919
8 6739 RFG Looking across the canyon towards Ruth Falls. 1919
8 6740 RFG Examining rocks at edge of the canyon near Prospect Point. 1919
8 6741 RFG Alaska. Willow (see 6743). 1919
8 6742 RFG Fruiting lupine growing in deep ash deposit. 1919
8 6743 RFG Alaska Willow, decorticated on the northwest side by sand blast during the winter. All the season’s growth has come from buds on the lee side of the twigs. 1919
8 6744 RFG Alaska Willow, decorticated on the northwest side by sand blast during the winter. All the season’s growth has come from buds on the lee side of the twigs. 1919
8 6745 RFG Fruiting lupines growing in deep ash deposit. 1919
8 6746 RFG No description. 1919
8 6747 RFG Grass. Calamagrositis and lupines starting in deep ash deposits. 1919
8 6748 RFG Grass, calamagrostis, and lupines starting in deep ash deposits. 1919
8 6749 RFG Lupine in deep ash deposits. 1919
8 6750 RFG Looking toward Big Spring which was photographed in 1917. 1919
8 6751 RFG Lupines coming up in an area of deep ash. These plants are the most successful pioneers in the process of revegetation because on account of root tubercles they can obtain nitrogen from the air, while most other plants are dependent on organic compounds. 1919
8 6752 RFG Fruiting lupines growing in deep ash deposits. The vigor of the plants and the abundance of the fruit is ample evidence that soil conditions are riot unfavorable in areas where they are not killed by sand blast. c.f. #6744. 1919
8 6753 RFG Fruiting lupines growing in deep ash deposit. 1919
8 6754 RFG Fruiting lupines growing in deep ash deposit. 1919
8 6755 RFG Blue top grass (calamagrostis langsdorfil) growing in deep ash deposits. Along with the lupines in the deep ash are scattered individuals of other species. It is not altogether clear to the writer how these plants obtain their nitrogen necessary for growth. Nevertheless they have managed to come to maturity and produce seed, as may be seen from the picture. 1919
8 6756 RFG A sedge growing in deep ash. 1919
8 6757 RFG A sedge growing in deep ash. Along with the lupines in the deep ash are scattered individuals of other species. It is not altogether clear to the writer how these plants obtain their nitrogen necessary for their growth. Nevertheless, they have managed to come to maturity and produce seed as may be seen from the picture. 1919
8 6758 RFG Lupines growing in deep ash deposit. 1919
8 6761 RFG A pinnacle of sandstone on the ridge between the head waters of Martin and Alalagogshuk Creeks. 1919
8 6762 RFG Mt. Martin. Three times we have climbed this volcano and once descended inside the crater, but we have been baffled in our attempt to study its crater by the fog which each time shut down and kept us from seeing what we sought to observe. 1919
8 6763 Same as 6762. 1919
8 6764 RFG The cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1919
8 6765 RFG Arnica lessingii. 1919
8 6766 RFG The cliff from which the boulder flow originated. 1919
8 6771 RFG Original vegetation persisting on a rock in the boulder flow. By some freak these plants were transported, right side up with care, for several miles from their original position at the top of the cliff far down the valley. 1919
8 6772 RFG The other side of the rock shown in 6773. 1919
8 6773 RFG One of the larger rocks of the boulder flow, half buried in the smaller debris. 1919
8 6774 RFG Largest rock seen in the boulder flow. The length was 75 feet, the width about 35 feet, and the estimated thickness about 20 feet. 1919
8 6775 RFG The largest rock seen in boulder flow. The length was 75 feet. The width about 35 feet and estimated thickness about 20 feet. 1919
8 6776 RFG An attempt to photograph Martin when the clouds were too low. 1919
8 6777 RFG The edge of the lava flow on the way up to Mt. Martin from the pacific side taken in the rain. 1919
8 6778 RFG Camp from which we made two attempts to climb Martin. 1919
8 6779 RFG Camp from which we made two attempts to climb Martin. 1919
8 6780 RFG Camp from which we made two attempts to climb Martin. 1919
8 6781 RFG Baked Mountain Camp as it looked when patched up after the storms. 1919
8 6782 RFG Baked Mountain Camp as it looked after Yori shored it up for defense against future storms. 1919
8 6783 RFG The defenses of Baked Mountain Camp. Profiting by several sorry experiences, Yori finally shored up the tents so thoroughly as to bid defiance when the next storm cleared away is shown. 1919
8 6784 Same as 6783. 1919
8 6785 RFG The sandstone cliff above Baked Mountain cliff from which little wisps of steam are escaping as indicated by the cloud in the upper right corner. 1919
8 6786 RFG Looking down the valley from Camp Five. 1919
8 6791 RFG One of the little fumaroles in the sandstone cliff above Baked Mountain Camp. 1919
8 6792 RFG Flow lines of advancing lavas in the core of Novarupta. 1919
8 6793 RFG The edge of the lava plug in Novarupta. The tangential striation of the lava is well shown in the undisturbed rock above. 1919
8 6794 RFG Fluted surf ace of the lava due to the fluidity of the more -liquid component after the block ions broken loose. 1919
8 6795 RFG Alternating bands of light and dark lavas running tangential to the circumference of the lava plus in Novarupta. 1919
8 6796 RFG A block of lava on the plug of Novarupta showing the ropey flutings clue to flowage of the more fluid bands of lava after the block had broken off. 1919
8 6797 RFG The edge of the lava plug of Novarupta. 1919
8 6699 RFG One of the deep drainage gullies on the slope between Novarupta and the Geneased Hill. The figure gives the scale. The ash deposit here is at least fifty feet thick. 1919
8 6801 No description. 1919
8 6802 No description. 1919
8 6803 RFG Testing the heat of Fumarole 144, temperature 496 C. 1919
8 6804 RFG General view of Fumarole No. 144. 1919
8 6805 RFG A stick beginning to smoke five seconds after being thrust into the fumarole. 1919
8 6806 RFG Testing the heat of Fumarole No. 144, temperature 496 C. 1919
8 6807 RFG Group of fumaroles in lower Knife Creek Valley. The figure in the middle of the steam gives the scale. 1919
8 6808 RFG Fumaroles in lower Knife Creek Valley. 1919
8 6809 RFG Fumaroles in Knife Creek Valley. Lower slopes of Knife Peak in the background. 1919
8 6810 RFG The activity of Knife Creek Valley as seen from near the corner of Baked Mountain. 1919
8 6811 RFG Yori climbing the slopes of Martin. 1919
8 6813 RFG Fumaroles at the corner of Baked Mountain. 1919
8 6814 RFG Fumaroles at the corner of Baked Mountain. 1919
8 6815 RFG A section of the bank of one of the craters in Knife Creek Valley, showing the fan shaped stratification due to the full of detritus around the edge of the crater. The strata of Katmai ash at the base maintains an even thickness throughout. 1919
8 6816RFG One of the craters in Knife Valley. Camera jiggled. 1919
8 6817 RFG A nest of craters in Knife Creek Valley, double exposure. 1919
8 6818 RFG The edge of one of the craters in Knife Valley. 1919
8 6819 RFG Patch of moss close to one of the fumaroles in Knife Valley. 1919
8 6820 RFG A nest of craters in Knife Valley. 1919
8 6821 ECK The wreck of the steamer Olympia in Prince William Sound. 1919
8 6822 ECK Islands near the entrance of Resurrection Bay. 1919
8 6823 ECK Titled by Kolb “Fair Weather Range” does not look like it. 1919
8 6824 ECK The town of Anchorage. 1919
8 6825 ECK Lightering from the shore at Anchorage. 1919
8 6826 ECK Hotel Anchorage Dog Kennel, an appendage not required by hotels in the states, but a very necessary one in some parts of Alaska. 1919
8 6827 ECK Seagulls. 1919
8 6828 ECK Kodiak. 1919
8 6829 ECK Seagulls. 1919
8 6830 ECK Steamship Admiral Watson leaving Kodiak. 1919
8 6831 ECK Steamship Admiral Watson leaving Kodiak. 1919
8 6832 ECK Taking motion pictures of the departure of the Nimrod. 1919
8 6833 ECK Forest path near Kodiak. 1919
8 6834 ECK Moss on trees in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
8 6835 ECK Moss on the trees in the forest at Kodiak. 1919
8 6836 ECK Lake covered with lily pads near Kodiak. 1919
8 6837 ECK E. C. Kolb with Molina Berries picked at Kodiak. 1919
8 6838 ECK Thumb Bay. 1919
8 6839X ECK Valdez. 1919
8 d6841 ECK La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6842 ECK Bushman’s cannery at Port Althorp. 1919
8 6843 ECK Near Port Althorp. 1919
8 6844 ECK Sunset at Port Althorp. 1919
8 80 ECK Sunset at Port Althorp. 1919
8 6846 ECK Church at Cordova. 1919
8 6847 ECK Gulls on the water at La Touche. 1919
8 6848 ECK Reflections near Cordova. 1919
8 6849 ECK Smelter at La Touche. 1919
8 6850 ECK Soldovia. 1919
8 6851 ECK Folsoms and Kolbs in the lagoon. 1919
8 6852 ECK Return of the Nimrod. 1919
8 6853 ECK Loading the Nimrod at Kodiak. 1919
8 6854 ECK Return of the Nimrod. 1919
8 6855 ECK Gus and Otto at the wheel of the Nimrod. 1919
8 6856 ECK Gus and Otto at wheel of Nimrod. 1919
8 6857 ECK Dark clouds seen from deck of Nimrod. 1919
8 6858 ECK Gus and Otto on the Nimrod. 1919
8 6859 ECK The S.S. Admiral Farragut leaving Kodiak. 1919
8 6860 ECK The wreck of the Olympia. 1919
8 6861 JDS Looking into Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6862 JDS Looking into Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6863 JDS Looking into Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6864 JDS Looking into Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6865 JDS Looking into Katmai Crater. 1919
8 8666 RFG Northeast corner of Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6867 RFG Island in Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6868 No description. 1919
8 6869 RFG Northeast wall of Katmai Crater. 1919
8 6870 RFG Fumaroles across the crater. 1919
8 6872 RFG Fairweather range from the steamer. 1919
8 6873 RFG Fairweather range from the steamer. 1919
8 6875 RFG Fairweather Range from the steamer. 1919
8 6876 RFG Fairweather Range from the steamer. 1919
8 6877 RFG Fairweather Range from the steamer. 1919
8 6878 RFG Valdez. 1919
8 6882 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6883 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6884 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6885 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6886 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6887 RFG La Perouse Glacier from the passing steamer. 1919
8 6888 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6889 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 6890 RFG La Perouse Glacier. 1919
8 7253 JDS Afterdeck of the Pactolus from the main mast. 1919
8 7254 JDS Afterdeck of the Pactolus from the wheel house. 1919
8 7255 JDS Captain George Wester of the American bark Pactolus. 1919
8 7257 JDS Seagulls following the ship in the Bering Sea. 1919
8 7258 JDS Seagulls feeding on refuse from the ship Pactolus, becalmed in the Bering Sea. 1919
8 7261 JDS A party taking observation of the sun at noon to determine the latitude of the ship. 1919
8 7262 JDS The same party reading the instruments after the observation of the sun was taken. 1919
8 7263 JDS Star of Bohemia entering Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7264 JDS Star of Zealand in Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7265 JDS Star of Zealand in Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7266 JDS Pactolus in Unimak Pass approaching Ugamak. 1919
8 7267 JDS Ugamak Island at the entrance of Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7268 JDS Passing Ugamak Island in Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7269 JDS Star of Zealand in Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7270 JDS Star of Zealand in Unimak Pass. 1919
8 7271 JDS One-Armed-Evile and his family sailing up the Nanknek River past our first camp. 1919
8 7272 JDS The tug Curlew which brought our freight from Naknek to the foot of the rapids anchored at our first camp. 1919
8 7273 JDS Camp at Naknek Rapids just after unloading the lighter. A small sailboat is coming up the river taking with both wind and current. 1919
8 7274JDS Our first camp at the foot of Naknek Rapids. 1919
8 7275 JDS Camp at Naknek Rapids just after unloading the lighter. A small sailboat is coming up the river taking with both wind and current. 1919
8 7276 JDS Pulling the lighter alongside the tug after it had been unloaded. 1919
8 7277 JDS Tug Curlew anchored in front of our camp. 1919
8 7278 JDS A native hunting swan whom we passed on our way up the river. 1919
8 7279 JDS Looking out of the mouth of Naknek River from the point just above the last cannery. 1919
8 7280 JDS Passing the last cannery on our way up the Naknek River. 1919
8 7281 JDS Looking south from Station 30. 1919
8 7282 JDS Looking southwest from Station 30, showing points 81 and 82. 1919
8 7283 JDS Looking west from Station 30. 1919
8 7284 JDS Looking south from Station 30. 1919
8 7285 JDS Looking up the same valley as shown in photograph 7284. 1919
8 7287 JDS Looking south from Station 30. 1919
8 7289 JDS Taken from the end of the ridge south of Station 30 showing Windy Valley and the lower slope of Mount Martin. 1919
8 7290 JDS From the end of the ridge south of Station 30 showing the Buttress Range. 1919
8 7291 JDS West end of the Gakluiks and the West Valley. 1919
8 7292 JDS The West Valley and Pasture Peak. 1919
8 7293 JDS Cone Mountain at the west end of the West Valley. 1919
8 7294 JDS Looking out on the east arm of Naknek Lake from high point near the West Valley. 1919
8 7295 JDS A small ravine at about 1,000 feet elevation where we camped while taking topography in that region. Shows that effect of exposure on tree growth. 1919
8 7296 JDS Our camp of two pup tents in this small ravine. 1919
8 7297 JDS Our camp of two pup tents in this small ravine. 1919
8 7298 JDS Our camp of two pup tents in this small ravine. 1919
8 7299 JDS Close up of our camp at about 1,000 feet in the West Valley showing Miller still in bed. 1919
8 7306 JDS Looking southeast on Lake Grosvenor. 1919
8 7307 JDS Miller and the two Kiyaks on the low gravel beach on the upper end of Lake Grosvenor. 1919

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