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The Stefansson Collection of Arctic Photographs Photographic prints, Copy Prints, Copy Negatives in the Dartmouth College Library

WMST Mss-229

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stefansson, Vilhjalmur
Title Remainder: Photographic Prints, Copy Prints, Copy Negatives. 1913-1923
Dates: 1913-1923
Identification: Mss-229





Reference Dates

(1879-1962) Vilhjalmur Stefansson
1908-1935 Lomen Brothers Photographers
1913-1918 Canadian Arctic Expedition (C.A.E.)
1914 Rescue of C.A.E. members from The Karluk
1918 Stefansson's convalescence at Fort Yukon
1921 Publication of The Friendly Arctic
1921-1923 Wrangel Island Expedition
1922 Publication of The Northward Course of Empire
1923 Wrangel Island Relief Expedition
1925 Publication of The Adventure of Wrangel Island
1927 Publication of My Life with the Eskimos (abridged)

Introduction

Supported by a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

Vilhjalmur Stefansson was an Arctic explorer, promoter and teacher. His expeditions above the Arctic Circle and personal experience with the native peoples convinced him that the region was hospitable to human and animal habitation, and when accepted on its own terms, a `friendly' environment. To that end, he spent his life educating the world about the Arctic and its resources.

Stefansson was part of three expeditions between 1906 and 1918. Documentation from these explorations including diaries, notes, scientific experiments, letters, et cetera, are found in the Stefansson Collection, Dartmouth College Library (Stef MSS 98). Complementing these papers is an extensive archive of correspondence, pamphlet and ephemera files, and a photograph collection including photographic prints, albums, color transparencies, glass plate negatives, and lantern slides.

The Stefansson collection of photographs consists of over 1100 black and white images primarily from the Canadian Arctic Expedition (1913-1918). Most are printed on standard 3 1/4 by 5 1/2″ or 3 1/2 × 4 1/2″ paper. Some are mounted on card stock. Images dating between 1913 and 1916 were taken by C.A.E. photographer Sir George Hubert Wilkins. Many of the prints are inscribed with his unique numbering system (1-503) thereby allowing researchers to pinpoint the exact time and date of a particular image as well as the chronology of the series from the 1913 expedition launching in Nome, Alaska until his exodus from the expedition in 1916. Stefansson's and other C.A.E. members' inscriptions identify and elaborate the images from 1916 through to Stefansson's convalescence at Fort Yukon in 1918. Many photographs are also inscribed and stamped by the Geological Survey of Canada (a sponsor of the expedition). Some were sold to the Lomen Brothers who in turn, reproduced the images for a popular market.

Researchers will note a five-number identification system inscribed on many photographs. These numbers identify images with the Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division (Canada). Users will also note that while the photographs are arranged sequentially, there are gaps in the five-digit numeration. This is explained by the fact that Stefansson himself did not own a complete set of expedition photographs. Further explanation of numeration and call numbers will be found within the body of the collection.

The photographs are organized chronologically. Included are images of flora and fauna, earthen and snow-covered landscapes, ice formations and leads, boats (including ships, kayaks, and umiaks), temporary camps, work stations, scientific experiments, and indigenous housing, clothing, hunting and fishing practices. There are many individual and group photographs of scientists, Copper and MacKenzie Eskimos, natives of Flaxman Island, and other Inuit people (including many children) from throughout the region. Clothing and body markings are especially featured. Within the collection are three sequential sets: the first, construction of a snowhouse (igloo); converting a sledge to a sledge-boat; and the rescue of survivors from the ship The Karluk. Also included are images of mission settlements in Alaska and the North West Territories, Hudson's Bay Company outposts, and Eldorado Mining Company enterprises. Photographs and negatives from the 1921-23 Wrangel Island and Wrangel Island Relief Expeditions are found at the end of the collection.

A good proportion of the images will be familiar to Arctic enthusiasts. Stefansson culled photographs from this collection for his many publications including The Friendly Arctic (1921), The Northward Course of Empire (1922), The Adventure of Wrangel Island (1925), and the abridged edition of My Life with the Eskimos (1927). He reproduced over 700 of the photographs in the form of lantern slides to illustrate his lectures. These visual aids were hand-colored adding drama and weight to Stefansson's theory of a Nordic colony above the Arctic Circle (Stef Mss 226). Possibly believing the images would be better preserved, Stefansson also had over 300 images copied in the form of glass plate negatives (Stef Mss 225).

This collection is comprised of four elements: 35 mm copy negatives, contact prints of copy negatives, copy prints and original prints. Because of the fragile condition of the original prints, researchers are encouraged to use the complete set of high quality black and white copy prints (see Boxes 3 and 4). Printed on archival paper, the study prints are more stable and will withstand the rigors of handling better than the brittle (and often shattered) original photographs. Where multiple exposures of the same print were available, the photographer chose the print with the clearest resolution for reproduction. The copy prints are the same size as and include the entire field of the original photograph. All original inscriptions are transcribed into a computer data base which also includes archival and current cataloging information, and call numbers. A complete set of 35 mm copy negatives are available (see Boxes 1-3) for reproduction and reprint purposes. It should rarely be necessary to look at the original prints. Dartmouth College Special Collections staff appreciates patrons cooperation in caring for this important archive.

A Filemaker Pro data base has been created to facilitate access to the images. It includes all photographic media in the Stefansson Arctic Photograph collection (described above). The data base may be used for identifying themes (i.e. dwellings), groups (i.e. “Copper Inuit”), individuals (i.e. Vilhjalmur Stefansson), locations (i.e. Point Barrow, Alaska), ships (i.e. The Mary Sachs), et cetera. The attached Authority File, created in-house by Special Collection staff members, allows for key-word searching in a “Description” field. The Authority File (pages 8-13 of this guide) should be consulted when formulating research questions as it will help standardize terminology and spellings. For instance, the term `snowhouse' is used instead of the more common word, `igloo.' Where duplication occurs between the three media, a cross-reference note is included in the record (“See also...”). Bibliographic reference for photographs is also noted (“See also The Friendly Arctic, facing page 10.”) Contact Special Collections for more information about this resource and its searching capabilities.

The collection of photographs was given to Dartmouth College by Vilhjalmur Stefansson.






Box List

BOX 1

Copy Negatives



(35 mm)



One 3-ring Binder



Call Numbers 001-062



36911 - unnumbered



BOX 2

Copy Negative Contact Sheets



Three 3-Ring Binders



Volume One, Call Numbers 001-021



36911-50986



Copy Negative Contact Sheets with descriptive text



Volume Two, Call Numbers 022-041



50987-51433



Copy Negative Contact Sheets with descriptive text



Volume Three, Call Numbers 042-062



51434-51556



Copy Negative Contact Sheets with descriptive text



BOX 3

Black and white Copy Contact Prints



Call Numbers 001-030



36911-51200



BOX 4

Black and white Copy Contact Prints



Call Numbers 031-062



51202 - unnumbered



BOX 5

Original Photographic Prints



Call Numbers 001-021



36911-50986



BOX 6

Original Photographic Prints



Call Numbers 022-041



50987-51433



BOX 7

Original Photographic Prints



Call Numbers 042-062



51434 - 51556



Unnumbered, unidentified prints.



BOX 8

Original Photographic Prints



Unnumbered, unidentified prints



Wrangel Island Relief Expedition negatives





Other Descriptive Data

Canadian Arctic Expedition

Special Collections

Dartmouth College Library

Adjunct Descriptive Data

Authority:

Aborigine (s)

Adelie Land

Aerial photography

Agriculture

AguichaIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Aiakok

Airplane

Aklavik, N.W.T.

AkseatakIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Alaska

Albright, William Donald

Aluakak

Anchor

Anderson, John

Anderson, Rudolph M.

Andreasen, Ole

Animal

Animal, arctic squirrel

Animal, bear

Animal, camel

Animal, carcass

Animal, cow

Animal, dog

Animal, fox

Animal, horse

Animal, musk ox / ovibus

Animal, polar bear

Animal, rabbit

Animal, reindeer

Animal, reindeer fawn

Animal, seal

Animal, shellfish

Animal, squirrel

Animal, walrus

Animal, whale

Animal, whale, finner

AnivrunnaIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Archaeology

Artist's sketch

AttiruIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Australasian-Antarctic Expedition

Australia

Australia, Alice Springs

Australia, Hermansburg

Australia, Oodnadatta

Australia, Palm Creek

Australia, Sydney

Australia, Sydney, Kirribilli

Automobile

Bage, R.

Baillie Island, N.W.T.

Banks Island, N.W.T.

Barge

Barrel

Barter Island, Alaska

Basket

Beacon

Bering Sea

Berjolfsnes

Bernard, Captain Peter

Bernard Harbor, N.W.T.

Bickerton, F. H.

Bird

Bird, Arctic tern

Bird, Duck, Eider

Bird, Duck, King Eider

Bird, Eagle

Bird, Goose, Canadian

Bird, Gull, Herring

Bird, Gull, Sabine's

Bird, Lark, Horned

Bird, Larkspur

Bird, Loon, Yellow-billed

Bird, nest

Bird, Partridge

Bird, Penguin

Bird, Ptarmigan, Willow

Bird, Sparrow

Blackjack, Ada

“Blond Inuit”

Blue, Daniel

Boat

Boat, canoe

Boat, construction

Boat, ferry

Boat, kayak

Boat, model

Boat, motor

Boat, raft

Boat, row boat

Boat, rudder

Boat, sail boat

Boat, scow

Boat, sledge

Boat, tiller

Boat, umiak

Boat yard

Brabout Island

Brady, John

Bridle

Brook

Brooks, Charles

Brower, Charles D.

Bruce, W. V., Corporal

Bucket

Building

Building, barn

Building, boat house

Building, church

Building, hangar

Building, outhouse

Building, store

Burial ground

Burke, Dr.

Burus, Mrs.

Cairn

Camden Bay, Alaska

Camp

Canadian Arctic Expedition

Cape Barrow Harbor

Cape Bathurst, N.W.T.

Cape Denison

Cape Kellett

Cape Krusenstern, Alaska

Cape Parry, N.W.T.

Cape Prince of Wales

Cape Smythe, Alaska

Carved motif

Casket

Castel, Aarnout

Cattle

Ceremony

Ceremony, baptism

Ceremony, The Eagle Dance

Ceremony, The Wolf Dance

Child, female

Child, female, Inuit

Child, male

Child, male, Inuit

Children, Inuit

Children, Inuit

Chipman, Kenneth Gordon

Christmas

Clarence Bay

Cliff

Cliff climbing

Cliff dwellers

Clothing

Clothing, boots

Clothing, burial

Clothing, cap

Clothing, ceremonial

Clothing, grass skirt

Clothing, hood

Clothing, hood, liripipe

Clothing, leggings

Clothing, pack

Clothing, parka

Clothing, seal gut

Clothing, sewing

Clothing, sweater

Clothing, western-style

Coast

Coffin

Collinson Point, Alaska

Commonwealth Bay

Copper Inuit

Coppermine

Corps

Correll, P. E.

Cove

Cox, John R.

Crawford, Allan R.

Creek

Cross

DaklumannaIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Dartmouth College

Davis, Captain John King

Denby

Desert

“Discovery: an autobiography of

Dock

Dog, puppy

Dog team

Dolphin Strait

Driftwood

Drum

Drying rack

Dutton, Shirley

Dwelling, cliff dwelling

Dwelling, construction

Dwelling, diagram

Dwelling, eni

Dwelling, grass

Dwelling, ice block

Dwelling, interior

Dwelling, log

Dwelling, log cabin

Dwelling, model

Dwelling, sheathed

Dwelling, skin

Dwelling, snow block

Dwelling, snow house

Dwelling, sod

Dwelling, stilt house

Dwelling, stone block

Dwelling, tent

Dwelling, tepee

Dwelling, thatch

Dwelling, wood frame

Earl, [?]

Echo Bay

Eggs

EgotokIndicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Eilson, Carl Ben

Eldorado Gold Mines Limited

Electricity

Equipment, binoculars

Equipment, binoculars case

Equipment, camera

Equipment, cistern

Equipment, generator

Equipment, odometer

Equipment, reservoir

Equipment, sextant

Equipment, thermometer

Equipment, typewriter

Equipment, weather instrument

Erosion

Eye glasses

Family

Farm

Fence, barbed wire

Fence, chicken wire

Fence, rail

Fence, wire

Fence, wood

Fire

Fish

Fish, trout

Fish wheel

Fishing

Fishing, trap

Flag

Flaxman Island, Alaska

Flora, grass

Flora, lichen

Flora, plant

Flora, tree

Flora, tree, coconut

Food production

Food production, cooking fork

Food production, drying

Food production, skillet

Forest

Fort Fitzgerald

Fort Smith

Fort Yukon, Alaska

Frederiksdal, Greenland

Garden

Glacial till

Glacier

Glacier, Ivigtut

Glacier, Mertz

Glacier, Muir

Glacier, Ninnis

Glacier, Takuc

Grapes

Graph

Grave

Gravestone

Great Bear Lake

Greenland

Gumaer, Adelbert

Gun

Guninana Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Hadley, Jack

Halter

Hansen, Ernst

Harbor

Harness

Hassleborough Bay

Hayfield

Hell's Gate

Herd

Herd, Kotzebue

Herjolfsnes, Greenland

Herschel Island, Yukon

Hide

Higgiak Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Higgliak Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Hodgeman, A. J.

Hoff, J. E.

Hopson, Frederick

Hudson's Bay Company

Hudson's Bay Reindeer Company

Hunting

Hunting, bow and arrow

Hunting, bow case

Hunting, harpoon

Hunting, quiver

Hunting, rifle

Hurley, J. F.

Ice

Ice field

Ice fishing

Ice floe

Ice flower

Ice, pack

Ice, pressure ridge

Ice, spring

Iceberg

Iceland

Iglerox Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Iglohuk Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Iguak Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Ikapukuak Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Ikkiakpok Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Ikpukuak Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name. Spelling not verifiable.

Illustration, folktale

Individual, child

Individual, child, Aborigine

Individual, child, Inuit

Individual (s), Aborigine

Individual (s), female

Individual (s), female, Aborigine

Individual (s), female, Inuit

Individual (s), Inuit

Individual (s), male

Individual (s), male, Aborigine

Individual (s), male, Inuit

Individuals children, Aborigine

Industry, fishing

Industry, hydraulic mining

Industry, logging

Industry, mining

Industry, reindeer

Infant

Infant, Inuit

Insect, mosquito

Insect, spider

Irrigation

Island

Island, unidentified

Isthmus

Itush * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

J. Fogerty & Co.

Jenness, Diamond

Johansen, Fritz

Jones, John J.

Jonsson, Finnur

Kakortok * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kaluta * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kaudlauk * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kaylagamutes * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Keggiuna * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kennyuk * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kila * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kilian, Martin

Kilugamik * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

King George Land

King Island, Alaska

Kinulok * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kioranna * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kisik * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Klinkenberg, Charles

Klinkenberg, Edna

Knife

Knight, Erol Lorne

Kolgrimsson, Hroar

Kopuk * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Koukpagmiut * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kunmuck * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Kuptanna * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Labret

Lake

Lake, Bear

Lake, Great Slave

Lamp

Lamp, stone

LaNauze, Charles Deering

Langton Bay

Language, written

Lantern

Lasso

Lauritcha * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Lead

Leffingwell, Ernest de Koven

Logs

Loman and Company

Lomen Brothers

Lumber

Lumber, milled

Lumber yard

Mackenzie district

Macquarie Island

Makpek * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Malloch, George S.

Mamayauk

Mamen, Bjarne

Map

Marker

Mason, Beatrice

Mason, Willoughby

“Masonland”

Maurer, Frederick W.

McConnell, Burt Morton

McLoughlin Bay

Melville Island

Mertz, X

Midday sun

Midnight sun

Migration, animals

Migration, people

Mining town

Minuak * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Minuuk

Mission

Mission, Moravian

Mission, school

Missionary

Moth

Mountain

Mountain, Mount Kema

Mugfair * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Munro, John

Murphy [dog]

“My Life with the Eskimos”

Nagitok * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Nalliluka * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Natkusiak * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Net

New Zealand

Nikshrak

Ninnis, B. E. S.

Noise, Harold

Nome, Alaska

Nor-aad-luk * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Norem, Andre

Norse settlement

Northern Frontier Studies Prograr

Nutainna * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

O'Connor, Duffy

O'Neill, John J.

Oar

Oasis

Oloksoak * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Olsen, Hans

Oolik * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Osborn, Theodore

Oviuak * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Owl, Snowy

Pack

Pail

Paper clip

Park

Patsu * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Pauktak * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Peat

Pelt

Petersen, Theodore

Photogapher, Hurley, J. F.

Photographer, E.A. Hegg

Photographer, Elliott and Fry

Photographer, G. H. Wilkins

Photographer, Lomen Brothers

Photographer, M. Hohner

Photographer, Mason

Photographer, Photo Central News

Photographers

Pipe

Plan

Point Barrow

Point Hope, Alaska

Polynesia

Pond

Potatoes

Prairie

Pressure ridge

Prince of Wales, Alaska

Punigabluk * Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Quarry

Queen Maud Gulf

Ranch

Rancher

Ranchers

Rankin Inlet

Rasberries

Rasmussen, Knud

Recreation

Recreation, chess

Recreation, dance

Recreation, harmonica

Recreation, hayride

Recreation, jump rope

Recreation, music

Recreation, picnic

Recreation, race track

Recreation, reading

Recreation, sailing

Recreation, swimming

Recreation, tennis court

Reeve, Bishop WIlliam Day

Rifle

Ring

River

River, Athabasca

River, Bell

River, Coppe

River, Deare

River delta

River, Finke

River, Mackenzie

River, Niukluk

River, Nordenskiold

River, Pilgrim

River, Porcupine

River rapids

River, Slave

River, White

River, Whitestone

River, Yukon

Road

Rock formation

Rope

Royal Canadian Air Force

Ruins

Runic inscription

Saint Michael, Alaska

Scaffolding

Scar

Scientific experiment

Seal gut

Seal, ross

Seward, Alaska

Shadbroke, Lady

Shadbroke, Lord

Shield

Ship

Ship, Alaska

Ship, Aurora

Ship, Bear

Ship, Belvedere

Ship, Clyde

Ship, Corwin

Ship, Dawson

Ship, deck

Ship, Donaldson

Ship, Fort McPherson

Ship, in ice

Ship, in water

Ship, Karluk

Ship, Krassin

Ship, Mary Sachs

Ship, Midnight Sun

Ship, North Star

Ship, Polar Bear

Ship, Princess Sophia

Ship, Rosie H.

Ship, schooner

Ship, Silver Wave

Ship, Thomas Corwin

Ship, Wrigley

Shipwreck

Shoreline

Shuoluk* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Siberia

Siberia, Anadir

Sinnisiak* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Skinning

Skins

Skis

Sled

Sled raft

Sled, tracks

Sledge, air-tractor

Sledge with sail

Sledge-boat

Sleeping bag

Sleeping platform

Snow blocks

Snow goggles

Snowshoes

Sod

Spencer, Sir Baldwin

Spring

Stalactites

Stefansson, Vilhjalmur

Sternberg, Freda

Store

Storkerson, Storker T.

Stove

Strawberries

Stream

Sullivan, J.

Summer

Sunrise

Sunset

Swamp

Sweeney, Daniel

Swimming

Tahiti, Papeete

Tanana Valley, Alaska

Tarp

Tattoo

Templeman, Robert

“The Adventure of Wrangel Island”

“The Eagle's Gift: Alaska Eskimo tales”

“The Friendly Arctic”

“The Home of the Blizzard”

Thomsen, Charles

Thornwaite, Corporal

Thornwaite, Mrs. Arthur B.

Tin City, Alaska

Tombstone--see Gravestone

Tools

Tools, ax

Tools, hammer [head]

Tools, pick ax

Tools, saw

Tools, shovel

Tools, thimble

Tools, trowel

Toy

Tractor

Trap, animal

Truck

Tuclaman* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Tuktoyaktuk* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Tundra

Tuptanna* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

U.S. Anthropological Expedition

U.S. Canadian Scientific Expediti

U.S. Reindeer-breeding reconnaiss

Ukhukiah* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Ukhukta* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Uluksuk* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Unalakleet, Alaska

Unalina* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Union Strait

United States

USDA, United States Department

Uttaktuak* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Uttokok* Indicates Inuit or Eskimo name transcribed from print. Spelling not verifiable.

Victoria Land, N.W.T.

Village

Volcanic ash

Volcano, Katmai

Wagon

Walkway

Ward, Keith

Watch chain

Water

Waterfalls

Weaving

Weaving, fourshaft-twill

Whale blubber

Wilcox, Olive

Wilkins, George Hubert (Sir Hub

“William and Joseph”--see also

Windmill

Winter

Wrangel Island Expedition

Wrangel Island Relief Expedition

Wrangel Island, Russia

Young, Will








Call number 001-1-2

MacKenzie [Mackenzie] and Siberian Eskimos, Baillie Island, Alaska Taken by D. Jenness (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 36911 [460 July 26, 1916 Munaline, Ikey and Mike] [another view of Ikey 058-27-28] Individuals, male, Inuit



001-3-4

The Klengenberg [Klinkenberg] family, father and Dane mother on Eskimo Island, Alaska Taken by D. Jenness; stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division [similar to negative 036-17-18] 36912 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, child; Individuals, female; Individuals, male



001-5-6

Eskimo girl - Dolphin & Union Straits 36919 Individual, child, female, Inuit



001-7-8

Dolphin and Union Strait Eskimo man stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division [written on emulsion: 36929] 36926 Individual, male



001-9-10

Eskimos from Dolphin & Union Straits, Bernard Harbor Taken by D. Jenness; stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division [written on emulsion: 36932] 36932 Individuals, male



001-11-12

Double tent of two Kanghirquarmint families, Southwest Victoria Land (Have copy neg. H.P.) 36985 Dwelling, tent



001-13-14

Setting up Ikpakhuaq's spring tent - Dolphin. Union Strait 1915 [37004]? Animal, dogs; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individuals, male, Inuit



001-15-16

Summer 1917 Victoria land (see #37005 in Can. arctic Exped. scrapbook) (37005 C. A. E. 1913-18 Summer 1917 Victoria Island AS [37005] Dwelling, snow block and tent; Individual



001-17-18

Eskimo camp. Duke of York's Archipelago (compare with photo #37016 in Can. Arctic. scrapbook) [37016]? Dwelling, snow block



001-19-20

Snow huts and sled. Eskimo settlement in Duke of York's Archipelago From envelop box 37018 snow huts & sled, Eskimo settlement in Duke of York Archipelago in Coronation Gulf Dwelling, snow block; Sled



001-21-22

Interior of snow hut at Liston and Sutton Islands From envelope 37019 box Inside snow hut, duke of York Archipelago Eskimo settlement 37019 Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male, Inuit



001-23-24

Flensing a seal, Dolphin & Union Straits 37025 Animal, seal; Fauna; Individual, male; Individuals, female



001-25-26

Eskimos migrating near Cape Krusenstern, 1915 37026 Animal, dogs; Fauna; Migration, people; Sleds



001-27-28

Eskimos resting during migration Camp Krusenstern 37027 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



001-29-30

Returning with large salmon Nunahugyuk Creek stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 37083 Individuals, male, Inuit; Fishing



001-31-32

Man in Kayak and the North Star off shore. Shingle Pont, Aug. 1914 37133 Boat, kayak; Fishing; Individual, male; Ship, in water



001-33-34

A fishing camp—sun drying the fish (In “Hunters of the Great North,” p. 74) (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 37140 Dwelling, tent; Fish; Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, male; Individuals, female



001-35-36

East Sandspit, whale heads mark site of ruins. Baxter Island by Diamond Jenness 1916 (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 37149



002-1-2

Corpse of Haviron, deerskin drawn back by Diamond Jenness 1916 (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 37163 Animal, dog; Fauna



002-3-4

Deck load of “Mary Sachs”, Nome to Teller, Alaska. 1913 (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38380 Individuals, male; Ship, deck



002-5-6

Deck load of “Mary Sachs”, Nome to Teller, Alaska. 1913 38380 Individuals, male, Ship, deck



002-7-8

Deck load of “Mary Sachs”, Nome to Teller, Alaska. 1913 38380 [in emulsion: 1#, suggesting image is reversed] Individuals, male; Ship, deck



002-9-10

Eskimo camped at Shingle Point, NWT. by J.J. O'Neill (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38425 Dwelling, tents; Ship, in water



002-11-12

“Mary Sachs” leaving Herschel Island. “North Star” on right by J.J. O'Neill (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38433 Ships, in water; Boat, dory



002-13-14

Looking northeast from foot of Port Epworth. Eskimos and dog-packing 38506 Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male, Inuit



002-15-16

“North Star” at Demarcation Pt. Feb. 1914 by J.J. O'Neill (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38531 Ship, in ice



002-17-18

Charles Brower's store, Pt. Barrow by J.J. O'Neill (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38610 Boat, Dwelling, wood frame; Individuals



002-19-20

Views of fishing-trap looking upstream (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38619 Fishing, trap



002-21-22

Stone houses at Cape Krusenstern by J.J. O'Neill (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38667 Dwelling, stone block; Individual, male



002-23-24

Fleet of Canadian Arctic Expedition at Herschel Island, August 1914 by J.J. O'Neill “North Star” on left “Alaska” in foreground with Mary Sachs” behind her (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 38668 Animal, dogs, Barrels; Boat, dory: Fauna; Ship, in water; Individuals, male



002-25-26

Eskimo children, Bernard Harbor, April 7, 1916 38969 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, children, Inuit



002-27-28

Eskimo man demonstrating bow-shooting from crouched position 39039 Individual, male; Hunting



002-29-30

Charles Thomsen and Jenny, his wife, with baby daughter, Annie, Alaska 1913 Thomsen and Jenny (Alaska 1913) by J. R. Cox (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 39582 Individual child, female; Individual, female; Individual, male



002-31-32

George Malloch on the “Karluk” en-route to Nome, Alaska 1913 by J. R. Cox (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 39583 Individual, male



002-33-34

Going out through the surf in a dory at Nome. 1913 (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 39598 Boat, dory; Flag: Individuals, male



002-35-36

Schooner “North Star” sunk on ice, Bernard Harbour, May 1915 (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 39644 Boat, kayak; Pelts; Ship, in ice; Snowshoes



003-1-2

Eskimo man and wife 39694 Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Pipe



003-3-4

Ropry and wife stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 39696 Individual, female; Individual, male; Labret



003-5-6

Winter quarters, Collinson Point March 11, 1914 42145 (59 Condition of winter quarters Collinson Point. March 11, 1914 six pictures) [59 March 11, 1914 Winter quarters, Collinson Point.] Dwelling, tents



003-7-8

[C.G.S. “Alaska” frozen in at Collinson Point] 42148 [64 March 12, 1914 The “Alaska” in winter quarters] Ship, in ice



003-9-10

[C.G.S. “Alaska” frozen in at Collinson Point] (Note: handwritten on reverse of photograph “Alaska in ice, 12/3/14”) [64 March 12, 1914 The “Alaska” in winter quarters] 42148 Ship, in ice



003-11-12

[C.G.S. “Alaska” frozen in at Collinson Point] (Note: 64 Alaska, one of the expeditions ships, in ice 12/3/14 3 pictures) [64 March 12, 1914 The “Alaska” in winter quarters] 42149 Ship, in ice



003-13-14

Stefansson in Arctic clothing (Note: handwritten on margin of photograph “April 10, 1916”) (1 of 2 views) 42170 Individual, male



003-15-16

Stefansson in Arctic clothing stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division (2 of 2 views) 42170 Individual, male



003-17-18

Partly melted tundra pond at Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 42182 Tundra



003-19-20

Coastal tundra, Collinson Pt., Alaska (Note: plain) [see also glass plate 229] 42183 Tundra



003-21-22

Coastal tundra creek Collinson Point, Alaska (Note: an arctic prairie) [see also glass plate 245] 42184 Tundra



003-23-24

Small, melted pond on tundra, Collinson Point, Alaska 42185 Tundra



003-25-26

Snow-filled creek in land at Collinson Point, Alaska 1914 (Note: dog in foreground) 42187 Animal, dog; Fauna; Creek



003-27-28

Flowering Saxifraga oppositifolia L., Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 42188 Flora, plant; Knife



003-29-30

Flowering Salix pulchra Cham., Collinson Point, 1914 (Note: credit Dept of Mines Ottawa) [see also glass plate 231] 42189 Flora, plant; Knife



003-31-32

Flowering Pedicularis lanata Cham., Collinson Point, 1914 42191 Flora, plant; Knife



003-33-34

Flowering Ranunculus nivalis L., Collinson Point 42192 Flora, plant; Knife



003-35-36

Caltha palustris L. flowering along tundra pond, with Hippuris and Carex, etc. at Camden Bay [see also glass plate 246] 42207 Flora, plant; Pond; Tundra



004-1-2

Big Lake inland at Kongenevik, Camden Bay, Alaska (Note: plain) [see also glass plate 228] 42208 Lake



004-3-4

Big Lake inland at Kongenevik, Camden Bay, Alaska 42209 Lake



004-5-6

Flowering Saxifraga radiata Small., Stellaria humifusa Rottb. in swamp at Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 42214 Flora, plant



004-7-8

Flowering Colemonium coerulum L., Saxifraga caespitasa L., Papaver radicatum Rottb., and Artemisia cornata Rydb. at Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 [see also glass plate 247] 42215 Flora, plant



004-9-10

Flower Pedicularis lanata Cham., Saxifraga hirculus L., S. pieracifolia Waldst., Salix pulchra Cham., Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 (Note: folding pocket knife in foreground for scale) 42216 Flora, plant



004-11-12

Astragalus alpinus L., Pedicularis lanata Cham., in bloom at Collinson Point, Alaska 1914 42217 Flora, plant



004-13-14

Alapicurus alpinus L., Taraxacum sp., Salix ovalifolia Trautv. (seed wool) in bloom. Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 42218 Flora, plant



004-15-16

Tundra pond with Eriophorum, Carex, Hippuris, Pedicularis, etc. at Collinson Point, Alaska, 1914 42219 Pond; Tundra



004-17-18

Willow trees (Salix Richard sonii Hook.) in creek on east side of Coppermine R. 42246 Flora, tree



004-19-20

Growth of white spruce (Picea canadensis Mill) in creek on east side of Coppermine River below Sandstone Rapids and our camp here. 42249 Dwelling, tent; Flora, tree



004-21-22

Looking down the valley. North at Bernard Harbor 42261 Tundra



004-23-24

Androsace chamaejasme Hast., in bloom 42275 Flora, plant



004-25-26

Anemone parviflora Mich. in bloom 42277 Flora, plant



004-27-28

Arctostaphylas alpina L. and Dryas. 42280 Flora, plant; Trowel



004-29-30

Dryas integrifolia Vahl. in bloom 42282 Flora, plant; Trowel



004-31-32

Oxytropis sp., Dryas sp., Androsace, Potentilla, etc., in bloom 42283 Flora, plant



004-33-34

Brook in swamp (bed [?] from snowslope) with Dryas, Carex, Etc. 42284 Flora, plant



004-35-36

Potentilla nivea L., Androsace, Dryas, Oxytropis sp., Silene acaule L. in bloom at Bernard Harbor 42288 Flora, plant



005-1-2

Rhododendron lapponicum L., Cassiope tetragona L., Pedicularis capitata Adams, Dryas, in bloom in swamp [see also glass plate 248] 42290 Flora, plant



005-3-4

Cassiope tetragona l., Rhododendron, etc., as preceding at Bernard Harbor [see also glass plate 233] 42291 Flora, plant



005-5-6

East end of big lake, southeast of Bernard Harbor 42292 Flora, plant



005-7-8

Flowering Silene acaulis L., Dryas integrifolia, Carex, etc., on sandy soil at Bernard Harbor, 42301 1915 Flora, plant



005-9-10

Flowering Hedysarum MacKenzie, etc., 42302 Flora, plant



005-11-12

Flowering Chrysanthemum sp., Dryas integrifolia 42303 Flora, plant



005-13-14

Tundra pond 42304 Pond; Tundra



005-15-16

Papaver radicatum Rottb., Dryas, Castilleja Hedysarum chrysanthemum, etc., in bloom at Bernard Harbor 42312 Flora, plant



005-17-18

Arnica alpina l., Androsace, etc., at Bernard Harboer 42313 Flora, plant



005-19-20

Salix pulchra (bushy), S. Aanglorum, Carex, etc. in a dried out swamp at Bernard harbor 42314 Flora, plant



005-21-22

A small brook on the tundra [see also glass plate 232] 42323 Brook; Tundra



005-23-24

Schooner “El Sueno” leaving Bernard Harbor taken by Fritz Johansen 42324 Ship, schooner; Ships, in water



005-25-26

Winter quarters of S.S. Alaska personnel, Bernard Harbor from the east 42325 Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame; Ship, in water



005-27-28

Winter quarters of S.S. Alaska personnel, Bernard Harbor from the east 42326 Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame



005-29-30

Basalt cliffs of Wollaston Land opposite Richardson Isle. 42371 Cliff



005-31-32

Willow tree, Salix Richardsonii Hook. Mackenzie River, Wollaston Land 42389 Flora, tree



005-33-34

Big Fishing Creek east, of Bernard Harbor stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 42400 Creek



005-35-36

Eskimo salmon weirs at mouth of Big Fishing Creek 42402 Fishing, trap



006-1-2

S. corner of Lepidurus - pond on ridge at Bernard Harbor (Credit Dept of Mines Ottawa) 42404 Pond



006-3-4

Saxifraga oppositifolia L. and Anemone parvi flora Mich. in bloom at Bernard Harbor Arctic - In the Arctic there are hundred of species of flowering plants on the mainland and on the most northerly islands in the world. Credit photo to Geological Survey of Canada Return to V. Stefansson 67 Morton St., NYC [see also glass plate 238] 42406 Flora, plants



006-5-6

Lupinus nootkatensis Donn., Myosotis sylvatice Hoffm., Castilleja Pallida L., etc. in bloom, Herschel island stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division [see also glass plate 237, 249] 42415 Flora, plants



006-7-8

Lugotis glance Gartn., Parrya nudicaulis l., Pedicularis capitata Asams. (?, in bloom on Herschel island 42416 Flora, plants



006-9-10

Rumex arcticus Tr., Salix Richardsonii hook, Senecio, Palustris L., Valeriana capitata Pall., at Herschel Island (Grass & flowers on the arctic prairie) [see also glass plate 234, 250] 42417 Flora, plants



006-11-12

Saxifraga 3-cuspidata Rottb., selinum cnidiifolium T. bupleurum americanum Coult. etc., in bloom at Herschel Island 42418 Flora, plants



006-13-14

Malricaria inodora l., Taraxacum sp., Primula borealis Duby, etc., in bloom, Herschel Island [see also glass plate 236] 42419 Flora, plants



006-15-16

Selinum enidiifolium Turaz., Erigeron sp., Senecio sp., Myosotis etc. in bloom on Herschell [Herschel]Island [see also glass plate 239] 42420 Flora, plants



006-17-18

Achilleja millefolium l., Artemisia sp., Ranunculus sp., Myosotis etc. in bloom on Herschel Island [see also glass plate 251] 42421 Flora, plants



006-19-20

Pedicularis verticellata l., Myosotis Valeriana, Castilleja, etc., in bloom on Herschell [Herschel] Island [see also glass plate 240] 42422 Flora, plants



006-21-22

Ranunculus sp., Parnassia Katzebuli Cham., Pelasites frigida l., Salix, Myosotis, etc in bloom on Herschell [Herschel] Isle. personal stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York [see also glass plate 252] 42424 Flora, plants



006-23-24

Polygonum bistortum L., Pedicularis sp., Artemisia sp., Saxafraga sp., etc. in bloom on Herschell [Herschel] Island [see also glass plate 253] 42425 Flora, plants



006-25-26

Ponds overgrown with Erioptorum Scheuzeri Hoppe, Hippuris sp., Carex sp., etc. in swamp at Herschel Island 42426 Flora, plants; Pond



006-27-28

Tundra flower in bloom on Herschel Island Aeonitum delphinipholium D. and G Valeriana capit. Saxifraga radiata small. Carqamine practeuse L. Eriophorum sch., etc in bloom on Herschell [Herschel] Isle (150 miles north of arctic circle). stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 42427 Flora, plants



006-29-30

Pedicularis lanata Cham. in bloom 42446 Flora, plant



006-31-32

Dryas integrifolia Vahl. in bloom [see also glass plate 241] 42447 Flora, plant



006-33-34

Dryas integrifolia Vahl. in bloom (not fly) 42448 Flora, plant



006-35-36

Dryas integrifolia Vhal. in bloom 42449 Flora, plant



007-2-3

Eskimo oomiak stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43175 Boat, umiak; Individual, male



007-4-5

Aluakuk and wife by K. G. Chipman stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43224 Individual, male; Individual; female



007-6-7

Fifty pound connies Fort MacPherson stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43237 Dwelling, tent; Dwelling; wood frame; Fish; Individual, male



007-8-9

Launch with Evinrude power (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43248 Boat, motor



007-10-11

J. R. Cox taking latitude at Cape Barrow Harbour (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43279 Boat; Equipment, sextant; Individual, male



007-12-13

Copper Eskimos at Koglaktnaryuk stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43326 Copper Inuit; Eye, protection; Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit; Individual, male



007-14-15

Eskimo group migrating, summer; Summer migration Coppermine Re., stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43343 Migration, people



007-16-17

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear Can. Arctic Exped. Our “palace” at Walker Bay see p. 158 of Pechuch by Richard Montgomery Stef. G 670 913.S7 50650 [“Friendly Arctic” The Camp At Armstrong Point. Facing Page 649] (1 of 6 views) Dwelling tent; Dwelling, wood frame; Ship, in ice



007-18-19

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear see p. 649 - Friendly Arctic 50650 (2 of 6 views) Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Sled



007-20-21

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear see p. 649 - Friendly Arctic 50650 (3 of 6 views)Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



007-22-23

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear see p. 649 - Friendly Arctic 50650 (4 of 6 views)Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Individual, male



007-24-25

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear see p. 649 - Friendly Arctic 50650 (5 of 6 views) Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame



007-26-27

The camp at Armstrong Point, Walker Bay, Victoria Island One view shows frozen in Polar Bear 50650 (6 of 6 views) Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame; Ship, in ice



007-28-29

Hunting camp, Walker Bay 50652 Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna



007-30-31

Jower's grave. Armstrong Point 50653 Grave



007-32-33

Jower's grave. Armstrong Point 50654 Grave



007-34-35

Minto Inlet natives, Victoria Land (in pencil 362) 50655 [362 May 9, 1916 Group Victoria Island Eskimo.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, ice block; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female; Individual, male



007-36

Minto Inlet native children Victoria Land (in pencil 367) [367 May 9, 1916 Two little girls. “Blonde” characteristics. seal skin on snow walls] 50656 Individuals, children, Inuit; Pelt



008-2A-3A

Fox in trap (1 of 4 views) 50657 Animal, fox; Fauna; Trap



008-4A-5A

Fox in trap (2 of 4 views) 50657 Animal, fox; Fauna; Trap



008-6A-7A

Fox in trap (3 of 4 views) 50657 Animal, fox; Fauna; Trap



008-8A-9A

Fox in trap (4 of 4 views) 50657 Animal, fox; Fauna; Trap



008-10A-11A

[Native girl, Minto Inlet] (369) 50664 [369 May 9, 1916 Minto Inlet Natives. (Girl shows “blonde” type.] Eye, protection; Individual, child, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



008-12A-13A

Dog team of the Schooner Challenge at Walker Bay (1 of 2 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50665 [“Friendly Arctic” On A Day Of No Shadows. Land and sky, hill and hollow are a uniform blur of dazzling haze. Facing Page 315] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



008-14A-15A

Dog team of the Schooner Challenge at Walker Bay (2 of 2 views) Schr. Challenge Dog team. 50665 [2 of 2 views] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



008-16A-17A

Native village, Minto Inlet, Victoria Land Minto Inlet Natives (362) (1 of 2 views) 50667 [362 May 9, 1916 Group Victoria Island Eskimo] Animal, dog; Animal, seal; Dwelling, ice block; Fauna Individual, male; Pelt



008-18A-19A

Native village, Minto Inlet, Victoria Land Minto Inlet Natives (362) (2 of 2 views) 50667 [362 May 9, 1916 Group Victoria Island Eskimo] Animal, dog; Animal, seal; Dwelling, ice block; Fauna; Individual, male; Pelt



008-20A-21A

Martin Kilian at Peel Point, 1917, also Gumaer at Peel Point, 1917 (in emulsion 20. M. Kilian at Peel Point 1917) 50668 Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



008-22A-23A

Martin Kilian at Peel Point, 1917, also Gumaer at Peel Point 1917 (in emulsion 20. Gumaer at Peel Point 1917) 50668 Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



008-24A-25A

V. Stefansson at Herschel Island Can Arctic Exped. 1913-1918 by Wilkins stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1958 No. 50669 Photographic Section Individual, male



008-26A-27A

Ship Polar Bear at Barter Island 50670 (1 of 4 views) Ship, in water



008-28A-29A

Ship Polar Bear at Barter Island 50670 (2 of 4 views) Ship, in water



008-30A-31A

Ship Polar Bear at Barter Island 50670 (3 of 4 views) Ship, in water



008-32A-33A

Ship Polar Bear at Barter Island 50670 (4 of 4 views) Ship, in water



008-34A-35A

Ship “Polar Bear” at Barter Island 50671 (1 of 4 views) Ship, in water



008-36A

Ship “Polar Bear” at Barter Island 50671 (2 of 4 views) Ship, in water



009-1A-2A

Ship “Polar Bear” at Barter Island 50671 (3 of 4 views) Ship, in water



009-3A-4A

Ship “Polar Bear” at Barter Island 50671 (4 of 4 views) Ship, in water



009-5A-6A

Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear (1 of 5 views) 50672 Barrel; Individuals, male; Ship, in water



009-7A-8A

Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear (2 of 5 views) 50672 Flag; Individual, male; Ship, in water



009-9A-10A

Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear (3 of 5 views) 50672 Boat; Dwelling, tent; Flag; Individual, male



009-11A-12A

Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear (4 of 5 views) (in emulsion: Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear 22) 50672 Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



009-13A-14A

Barter Island July 1918 Polar Bear (5 of 5 views) 50672 Ship, in water



009-15A-16A

Building the ways, St. Michael 50673 Boat; Dwelling, wood frame; Individual, male



009-17A-18A

Building the ways, [St. Michael?] (in emulsion: 23) 50674 Boat; Dwelling, wooden; Individual, male



009-19A-20A

Building the ways, [St. Michael?] 50675 Animal, horse; Fauna; Individual, male



009-21A-22A

Building the ways, [St. Michael Island?] (in emulsion: 23) 50676 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Ship, in water



009-23A-24A

Building the ways [St. Michael island?] 50677 (in emulsion: 23) Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Individual, male



009-25A-26A

Building the ways [St. Michael Island?] (in emulsion: 23) 50678 Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Individual, male



009-27A-28A

Hauling on the ways Polar Bear at [St. Michael Island?] (in emulsion: 24) 50679 Individual, male; Ship, in water



009-29A-30A

Hauling on the ways Polar Bear at [St. Michael Island?] (in emulsion: 24) 50680 Ship, in water



009-31A-32A

Hauling on the ways Polar Bear at [St. Michael Island?] (in emulsion: 24) 50681 Dwelling, wood frame; Ship, in water



009-33A-34A

Hauling on the ways Polar Bear at [St. Michael Island?] 50682 Ship, in water



009-35A-36A

Hauling on the ways Polar Bear at [St. Michael Island?] 50683 Ship, in water



010-1A-2A

Bottom of the Polar Bear, St. Michael Island 50684 Ship



010-3A-4A

Drying clothes on “Second Land” (Meighen Island) (in emulsion: 6 camping on Second Land 1916) 50685 Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



010-5A-6A

Camp on Second Land 50687 [“Friendly Arctic” Our Camp On Meighen Island. Facing Page 528] Dwelling, tent



010-7A-8A

Landing place on “Second Land” (Meighen Island) Taking possession of Second Land (Meighen Island) 50688 [“Friendly Arctic” Taking Possession of Meighen Island. Facing Page 528] Cairn; Flag; Individual, male



010-9A-10A

V. Stefansson Commander 1917 V.S. by Wilkins (in the emulsion: The Commander 1917) 50689 stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1958 No. 50689 Photographic Section Equipment, binoculars case; Gun; Individual, male



010-11A-12A

Camp half finished 50691 [“Friendly Arctic” The Burberry Tent —Inner Cover. Facing Page 697] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Sled



010-13A-14A

Snow houses are fairly strong, if made properly 10. A snowhouse [snow house] will support almost any weight. [personal stamp] Vilhjalmur Stefansson [36 Bedford St., crossed out] New York imprinted Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50693 [“Friendly Arctic” A Snowhouse Will Support Almost Any Weight. Facing Page 314] Dwelling, snow block; Individuals, male; Sled



010-1 5A-16A

Camp at Cape Isachsen (1 of 3 views) (in emulsion (?)... 1916) 50694 Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Flag; Individual, male



010-17A-18A

Camp at Cape Isachsen (2 of 3 views) (in emulsion: (?)... 1916) 50694 Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna



010-19A-20A

Camp at Cape Isachsen (3 of 3 views) (in emulsion: 8 Camp at Cape Isachsen Stefansson 1916?) 50694 Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna



010-21A-22A

Castel & Noise ready to leave 50695 Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



010-23A-24A

Stefansson repairing one of the snowhouses [snow houses] [at Liddon Gulf?] (in emulsion: 8 Stefansson repairing one of (?) snow houses Lidon Gulf 50698 Dwelling, snow block; Individuals, male



010-25A-26A

Kitchen at winter quarters. Charles Brooks, Cook C. Brooks, the Cook, in the kitchen at Winter quarters. 1913-14 Collinson Point 50700 Dwelling, wooden; Individual, male



010-27A-28A

Christmas dinner. Officers and scientists stamped Department of mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50701 [“Friendly Arctic” At Table, left to right: Bernard, McConnell, Johansen, Chipman, Leffingwell, O'Neill, Anderson, Brooks, Cox. Facing Page 92] [see also glass plate 025] Dwelling, interior; Flag; Individuals, male



010-29A-30A

Christmas dinner - second table (Christmas, 1913 CAE winter quarters? AS 34 Xmas Dinner 1913 Collinson Point. Second table: - Left Crawford, Brooks, Thompson, Aurie (?) Right Nahmeres, Iakoh, Dihalo, Anutissiah.) 50702 Dwelling, interior; Flag; Individuals, male; Individuals, male, Inuit



010-31A-32A

Christmas dinner - third table (Esk. feast-2 Christmas feast for Eskimos, Collinson point 1913 half-page with Esk. feast.) 50703 Dwelling, interior; Flag; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



010-33A-34A

Christmas tree and presents Christmas, 1913, 36. CAE winter quarters AS Xmas 1913 Collinson point The Xmas Tree & Presents Chipman & Johansen preparing to distribute the presents 50704 Dwelling, interior; Flag; Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, male



010-35A-36A

Kopuk's family at supper Xmas 1913 Tugllamana (an Eskimo lady) the two sons, at supper stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50706 [see also glass plate 064] [“Friendly Arctic” Eskimo Family At our Table—Collinson Point. Facing Page 696 Dwelling, interior; Individual, children, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



011-2A-3A

Kopuk's family at supper Xmas 1913 Tugllamana (an Eskimo lady) the two sons, at supper stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50706 [43 January 4, 1914 Tuglamanna and children (close back view)] Dwelling, interior; Individuals, children, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male



011-4A-5A

Tuclaman and her two sons (1 of 2 views) Xmas 1913 Tuclamana & her two (Eskimo boy) sons at supper. front view 50707 Dwelling, interior; Individuals, children, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



011-6A-7A

Tuclaman and her two sons (2of 2 views) Xmas 1913 Tuglamana showing her two sons the pictures in a magazine-after supper. 50707 [40 December 28, 1913 Tuglamanna showing pictures to children] Dwelling, interior; Individuals, children, male, Inuit; Individual, female



011-8A-9A

Evening pastime. Wilkins, Blue, O'Neill and Johansen stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50708 [“Friendly Arctic” In upper bunks, Cox and O'Neill. Below, Anderson, Chipman, Leffingwell. Facing Page 92] Dwelling, interior; Individuals, male



011-10A-11A

Evening pastime. Wilkins, Blue, O'Neill and Johansen 42 chess playing - favorite pastime during long winter nights. Top. Wilkins, Blue, Bottom. O'Neill Johansen stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50709 [42 January 4, 1914 Evening pastime. (chess) Johansen, Wilkins, O'Neil [O'Neill], Blue] Dwelling, interior; Individuals, male



011-12A-13A

(45) Belvedere. snow house over stern hole. S.S. Belvedere in ice Jan 1914 Another view 50711 [45 January 25, 1914 Belvedere] Ship, in ice



011-14A-15A

S.S. Belvedere in ice, Jan. 1914. snowhouse [snow house] over the stern hole (in emulsion: 44) (1 of 3 views) [44 January 25, 1914 Belvedere] 50712 Ship, in ice



011-16A-17A

S.S. Belvedere in ice, Jan. 1914. snowhouse [snow house] over the stern hole view from distance (2 of 3 views) [46 January 25, 1914 Belvedere] 50712 Ship, in ice



011-18A-19A

S.S. Belvedere in ice, Jan. 1914. snowhouse [snow house] over the stern hole Canadian Arctic Expedition (3 of 3 views) 50712 Ship, in ice



011-20A-21A

Belvedere Snow house over stern hole [4×5 negative made by Dartmouth Photo Bureau, Aug 14, 1975] study print but no original positive image 50713 Individual, male; Ship, in ice



011-22A-23A

Eskimo travelling [traveling] over sea ice with kayak on sled. Seal hunting 50 Eskimo traveling over sea ice with kayak on sled - seal hunting (personal stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue New York City) [50 February 14, 1914 An Eskimo hauling a kayak over the ice] 50714 Individual, male; Kayak; Sled



011-24A-25A

Wilkins in hunting costume (1 of 2 views) 50715 Gun; Individual, male



011-26A-27A

Wilkins in hunting costume (2 of 2 views) 50715 Animal, dogs; Fauna; Gun; Individual, male



011-28A-29A

Kenneth Chipman, topographer 2 poses 62. K. Chipman March 11/1914 (1 of 2 views) [62 March 11, 1914 Kenneth Chipman] 50719 Individual, male



011-30A-31A

Kenneth Chipman, topographer 2 poses (2 of 2 views) Chipman in winter clothes 50719 Individual, male



011-32A-33A

Jennie, Eskimo wife of Charlie Thomsen 50720 Individual, female, Inuit



011-34A-35A

Annie Thomsen, baby-girl of Jennie & Charlie Thomsen label on back of photo: Dressed in their warm fur suits, Eskimo children play outdoors all day during the winter. Please credit to: Geological Survey, Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street New York, N.Y. 50721 [“Friendly Arctic” In Midwinter Annie Thomsen Played Outdoors All Day. Facing Page 396] Individual, child, female



011-36A

Ikkiakpok, Mary Ann (Annie's nurse) 58. Ikiakpok (Mary Ann) Annie's nurse 50722 Individual, female, Inuit



012-1A-2A

Anderson and modified Alpine tent for Arctic work designed by him 50741 [70 December 7, 1914 A modified Alpine tent; designed by Dr Anderson] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



012-3A-4A

Daniel Blue consulting the Encyclopaedia Britannica stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50743 [“Friendly Arctic” Below: Blue. Facing Page 92] [71 December 7, 1914 The Encyclopaedia Britannica advertisement. Mr. Blue] Book, encyclopedia; Dwelling, interior; Individual, male



012-5A-6A

Cox, Chipman, Stefansson and Blue reading Encyclopedia Britannica stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1959 No. 50744 Photographic Section [73 December 7, 1914 Cox, Chipman, Stefansson, Blue reading Encyclopaedia] Book, encyclopedia; Dwelling, interior; Individuals, male



012-7A-8A

(74) The Observatory - Collinson point one view 50746 (in emulsion: 74) [74 December 7, 1914 The observatory] Equipment, sextant; Individual, male



012-9A-10A

(74) The Observatory - Collinson point also Chipman and Cox taking observations 2/3 views (1 of 3 views) 50747 [69 December 7, 1914 Chipman and Cox taking observations] Equipment, sextant; Individual, male



012-11A-12A

(74) The Observatory - Collinson point also Chipman and Cox taking observations (69) March 12, 1914 2/3 views (2 of 3 views) 50747 [69 December 7, 1914 Chipman and Cox taking observations] Equipment, sextant; Individual, male



012-13A-14A

(74) The Observatory - Collinson point also Chipman and Cox taking observations (69) March 12, 1914 2/3 views (3 of 3 views) 50747 [69 December 7, 1914 Chipman and Cox taking observations] Equipment, sextant; Individual, male



012-15A-16A

Abercrombie tent on the ice 50751 (in emulsion: 75) [“Friendly Arctic” Tent And Snow “Sastrugi” After A Blizzard. Facing Page 217] [75 December 7, 1914 An Abercrombie tent. (Ray Filter tents] Dwelling, tent



012-17A-18A

V. Stefansson V.S. by Wilkins (1 of 2 views) stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1958 No. 50755 Individual, male



012-19A-20A

V. Stefansson (2 of 2 views) stamped Science Illustrated 50755 Individual, male



012-21A-22A

Stefansson reading stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1958 No. 50756 Photographic Section Book; Dwelling, interior; Individual, male



012-23A-24A

V. Stefansson reading V.S. by Wilkins stamped Geological Survey of Canada May 21, 1958 No. 50757 Book; Dwelling, interior; Individual, male



012-25A-26A

Andre Norem cook on the Mary Sachs Stefansson Friendly Arctic right side stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50758 [“Friendly Arctic” Andre Norem. Facing Page 397] [78 December 15, 1914 Andre Norem] Individual, male



012-27A-28A

Captain Theodore (C.T.) Pederson 79/Capt. Peterson 50759 [79 December 15, 1914 Capt Peterson] Individual, male; Pipe



012-29A-30A

View of Martin Point Camp (84) Camp, showing snow houses and sledge trails (1 of 4 views) 50767 [“Friendly Arctic” The Sledge Trails Seaward from Martin Point. Facing Page 142] [84 March 18, 1914 The camp at Martin Point] Animal, dogs; Camp; Fauna; Flag; Individuals, male



012-31A-32A

View of Martin Point Camp Ch XIV Fly Start from Martin Point 1/2 page with “First Camp on Ice” (2 of 4 views) 50767 Animal, dogs; Camp; Fauna; Flag; Individual, male



012-33A-34A

View of Martin Point Camp (84) place with 50767 (3 of 4 views) 50767 [84 March 18, 1914 The camp at Martin Point] Animal, dogs; Camp; Fauna; Flag; Individuals, male



012-35A-36A

View of Martin Point Camp place with 50767 (4 of views) 50767 Animal, dogs; Camp; Fauna; Flag; Individuals, male; Sled



013-1A-2A

Punigabluk [Punigablo] - the forewoman of those employed to make clothes for the “ice party” and her little boy Eric. (85) 50769 [85 March 18, 1914 Punigablo and her son Eric.] Individual, child, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



013-3A-4A

Punigabluk [Punigablo] - the forewoman of those employed to make clothes for the “ice party” and her little boy Eric. (85) 50770 [85 March 18, 1914 Punigablo and her son Eric.] Individual, child, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



013-5A-6A

Duffy O'Connor leaving Martin Point with an Eskimo for Nome (86) 50771 [86 March 18, 1914 Duffy O'Connor and Tom, an Eskimo] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Individual, male, Inuit; Sled



013-7A-8A

VS dragging seal by Sir Hubert Wilkins negative Note enclosed: Dragging seal taken by Hubert Wilkins, Can. Arctic Exped. 1913-1918. Frontispiece of book The Friendly Arctic. Macmillan Co, 1921. (50776-77) 50776 or 50777 [“Friendly Arctic” Frontispiece Facing Page title] [see also glass plate 132] [88 March 25, 1914 V. Stefansson hauling a seal to the camp.] Animal, seal; Individual, male



013-9A-10A

Frits Johansen taking the temperature of the sea water 50778 [see also glass plate 037, 133] [89 March 25, 1914 Johansen taking temperatures of sea water.] Equipment, thermometer; Individual, male



013-11A-12A

Frits Johansen taking temperature of sea water (89) (taking a sounding of ocean depth) 50779 (in emulsion: 89. 89 Johansen taking temperatures) [see also glass plate 128] [89 March 25, 1914 Johansen taking temperatures of sea water.] Equipment, thermometer; Individual, male



013-13A-14A

Storkerson and McConnell skinning a seal for supper (90) (in emulsion: 90 skinning seal) 50780 [90 March 25, 1914 Skinning a seal for supper.]Animal, dog; Animal, seal; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



013-15A-16A

Stefansson and Storkerson constructing a raft by lashing canvas covering over a sled (91) 50781 [91 March 25, 1914 Construction a raft with a sledge and tarpaulin] Individual, male; Sled



013-17A-18A

[Pressure ridge] (93) C.A.E. G.H.W. 50783 [93 March 25, 1914 A large piece of ice pushed up on the floe as we watched] Individuals, male



013-19A-20A

[Pressure ridge] C.A.E. G. H. W. (99) 50784 [99 March March 28, 1914 Pressure ice.] Gun; Individual, male



013-21A-22A

The third camp on the ice (95) (in emulsion: 95 95 The third camp on the ice) The camp where the gale struck us, In camp on the ice (53) Stefansson Friendly Arctic, Full Page-Important 50786 [“Friendly Arctic” The Camp on the Ice Before the Gale. Facing Page 150] [95 March 27, 1914 The third camp on the ice.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



013-23A-24A

The third camp on the ice. (in emulsion: 95 95 The third camp on the ice) Where the gale struck us, March 27, 1914 Ch. XIV 1/2 page with “Start from Martin Point” (95) 50787 [95 March 27, 1914 The third camp on the ice.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



013-25A-26A

The third camp on the ice 50788? [duplicate image of 010-15A-16A] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Flag; Individual, male



013-27A-28A

The Ice Party (envelop The “Ice Party” March 27 - 1917 Wilkins operating camera) (in emulsion; 96 96 The ice party) personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York (96) banner on sled “Gaumont” stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50790 [“Friendly Arctic” Wilkins Taking Movies. The Morning Start. Facing Page 93] [96 March 27, 1914 The “Ice Party”] Animal, dog;



013-29A-30A

A lead of open water prevented us from joining the party (typed label: A typical view of the pack far from land. It shows rough ice where no landings can be made, level landing ice for skis, and in the distance open water for flying-boat landings, with again rough ice beyond that. Stefansson - Nov M.E. The day after the gale, Wilkins, in trying to follow us came to a lead of slush ice, with open water beyond 50794 [see also glass



013-31A-32A

Pressure ridges of ice 50796 [see also glass plate 126] Individual, male



013-33A-34A

The open lead on March 29, 1914 (100) 50799 [see also glass plate 128, lantern slide 503] [100 March 29, 1914 The open lead on the 29th March] Gun; Individual, male; Lead



013-35A-36A

The open lead on March 29, 1914 Travelling [traveling] over the ice amid pressure ridges (typed label: Traveling over the ice of the Arctic ocean. Hard going where the pressure has thrown the ice up into ridges. Please credit to: Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street New York N.Y.) (1 of 2 views) [see also glass plate 021 and 031] 50800 [“Friendly Arctic” Sealing Waters. Facing Page 216]



014-0A-1A

The open lead on March 29, 1914 Travelling [traveling] over the ice amid pressure ridges (2 of 2 views) [see also glass plate 021 and 031] 50800 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Lead; Sled



014-2A-3A

Lead (100) C.A.E. G. H.W. 50801 [100 March 29, 1914 The open lead on the 29th March] Lead



014-4A-5A

Open lead (100) C.A.E. G. H.W. 50802 [100 March 29, 1914 The open lead on the 29th March] Lead



014-6A-7A

The Belvedere, Captain and Mrs. Cottle (101) (in emulsion: 101 Belvedere...) (Capn Cottle, with Mrs. Cottle on the Belvedere) 50803 [101 March 30, 1914 The Belvedere. Cap. Cottle. Mrs Cottle] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, female; Individual, male; Ship, in ice; Sled



014-8A-9A

The Polar Bear 50804 [102 March 30, 1914 The Polar Bear] Ship, in water



014-10A-11A

Captain Peter Bernard (Captn. Bernard in the workshop.) (in emulsion: 103 Capt Bernard in the workshop) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50805 [“Friendly Arctic” Captain Bernard And His Sledgemaking Workshop. Facing Page 648] [103 Captain Beneard with a dog and a fox] Individual, male; Tools



014-12A-13A

Diamond Jenness (104/ Diamond Jenness, the ethnologist) 50806 [104 April 19, 1914 Filing in Norem's grave] Individual, male



014-14A-15A

The headstone, Norem's grave (C.A.E. Andre Norem Aged 52 years 16.4. 1914.) (Grave of Norem, half page with funeral of Jones or omit both.) 50807 [105 April 19, 1914 The headstone] Grave



014-16A-17A

Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs (in emulsion: 106 Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs.) (106) 50808 [106 April 15, 1914 Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs] Individual; Ship, in ice



014-18A-19A

Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs. (in emulsion: 106 clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs.) Keeping propeller clear of ice during winter by building snow house over stern (106) 50809 [106 April 15, 1914 Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs] Individual, male; Ship, in ice



014-20A-21A

Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs. (in emulsion: 106 clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs.) (106) (1 of 2 views) [106 April 15, 1914 Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs] 50810 Ship, in ice



014-22A-23A

Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs. (106) (2of 2 views) [106 April 15, 1914 Clearing snow and ice from the Mary Sachs] 50810 Ship, in ice



014-24A-25A

An Eskimo family on the trail 50812 [107 April 22, 1914 An Eskimo familly on the trail. Showing type of sled, bone shod runners] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Sled



014-26A-27A

An improvised sail on a sledge (Traveling in the Arctic - helping the dogs with a sail attached to the sledge The Eskimo Part II Frame 24 personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York [see also glass plate 022] 50814 [“Friendly Arctic” Fair Wind and Level Ice. Facing Page 216] [108 April 25, 1914 An improvised sail on a sled] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sledge, with sail



014-28A-29A

A remarkable cut bank formation at Pitt Point (109) (in emulsion: 109. Remarkable cut bank formation. Pitt Point.) 50815 [109 May 1, 1914 Remarkable cut bank formation at Pitt Point



014-30A-31A

George Hubert Wilkins and the camera 50816 (in emulsion: 112 Wilkins with his camera.) [printed on the camera case: The Gaumont Co. Cinema House. Paris. London.] [112 May 6, 1914 Wilkins and cine camera] Equipment, camera; Individual, male



014-32A-33A

An awkward position for the camera 50817 [113 May 6, 1914 An awkward position for the camera] Equipment, camera



014-34A-35A

The whaling camp on the ice (in emulsion: 114 The whaling camp on the ice) 50818 [boots on the handles of the oars] [114 May 6, 1914 The whaling camp on the ice] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



015-0A-1A

The whaling camp on the ice (1 of 3 views) 50819 [114 May 6, 1914 The whaling camp on ice] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Equipment, camera



015-2A-3A

The whaling camp on the ice (in emulsion: 114 The whaling camp on the ice) (2 of 3 views) 50819 [114 May 6, 1914 The whaling camp on ice] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



015-4A-5A

The whaling camp on the ice (in emulsion: 114 The whaling camp on the ice) (3 of 3 views) 50819 [114 May 6, 1914 The whaling camp on ice] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



015-6A-7A

The whaling camp on the ice (119) C.A.E. G. H. W. 50820 [119 May 20, 1914 Pressure ridges near Point Barrow] Individual, male



015-8A-9A

The whaling camp on the ice Spring whaling, Barrow, Alaska? 50821 Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



015-10A-11A

The whaling camp on the ice Spring whaling, Barrow, Alaska? see p. 712 of “the Friendly Arctic” 50822 Boat; Individual, male



015-12A-13A

The camp fire. whale blubber for fuel. (in emulsion: 115. The camp fire. (Whale blubber fuel.) cooking dinner with seal blubber stove by Storkersen [Storkerson] [See also glass plate 030] 50823 [“Friendly Arctic” Cooking Outdoors With Seal Fat. Facing Page 142] [115 May 8, 1914 The camp fire - whale blubber fuel] Individual, male; Stove



015-14A-15A

Eskimo Shoefly, signalling [signaling] and “the kid” (in emulsion: 116 Shoefly signaling and The Kid 50824 [116 May 8, 1914 Eskimo Shoefly (signaling) and the Kid.] Dwelling, tent; Equipment, camera; Individual, male



015-16A-17A

The whale boat was the sleeping quarters for the crew. (in emulsion: 117. The whale boat was the sleeping quarters of the crew) 50825 [117 May 20, 1914 The whale boat as the sleeping quarters of the crew] Boat; Dwelling, boat; Equipment, camera



015-18A-19A

The open lead showing the ice blink on the horizon. stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50827 [“Friendly Arctic” The Lead That Stopped Us. Facing Page 217] Lead



015-20A-21A

Pressure ridge near Point Barrow 50830 Individual, male; Pressure ridge



015-22A-23A

A whaleboat cached on ice blocks (in emulsion: 120 Whaleboat cached on ice blocks.) [duplicate image of 015-10A-11A] 50832 [120 May 20, 1914 A whale boat cached on ice blocks] Boat; Individual, male



015-24A-25A

Eskimo with whom we stayed at Point Barrow Pt Barrow Eskimo (122) (in emulsion: 122 Eskimo with whom we stayed at Point Barrow.) 50834 [122 June 1, 1914 Eskimo with whom we stayed at Point Barrow] Dwelling, wood frame; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



015-26A-27A

An Eskimo village, Humphrey Point, Alaska (123) (in emulsion: 123 An Eskimo village Humphrey Point, Alaska. 50835 [123 June 12, 1914 Eskimo village at Humphrey Point, Alaska] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, Inuit



015-28A-29A

Ice shoved upon beach at Clarence Lagoon (125) (1 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 125 Ice shoved upon the beach. Clarence Bay.) 50837 [125 June 30, 1914 Ice shoved up on the beach Clarence Bay] Ice; Individual, male



015-30A-31A

Ice shoved upon beach at Clarence Lagoon (125) (2 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 125. Ice shoved upon the beach. Clarence Bay.) 50837 [125 June 30, 1914 Ice shoved up on the beach Clarence Bay] Ice; Individual, male



015-32A-33A

Ice shoved upon beach at Clarence Lagoon Ice and gravel shoved up on the beach Clarence lagoon C.A.E. G.H.W. Sand shore up by ice pressure Use either it or “Sandy Shore in Winter” Half-page with photo of sandy beach in summer Stefansson Friendly Arctic (125) (in emulsion: 125. Ice shoved upon the beach. Clarence Bay.) 50838 [“Friendly Arctic” Sandy Polar Coast—Spring—Showing Earth Heaped Up By Ice



015-34A-35A

Mary Sachs tied to an ice cake at Herschel Island 50839 Individual, male; Ship, in water



016-1A-2A

A whale carcass stranded on the beach, Baillie Island Mary Sachs in background 50840 Fauna; Ship, in water



016-3A-4A

Fuel deposited on beach, Baillie Island. [in barrels] Mary Sachs in the background (1 of 2 views) [129 Aug 17, 1914 Supplies on the beach] 50842 Barrels; Ship, in water



016-5A-6A

Fuel deposited on beach, Baillie Island. [in barrels] [Mary Sachs in the background] (2 of 2 views) [129 Aug 17, 1914 Supplies on the beach] 50842 Ship, in water



016-7A-8A

Smoking Mountains near Horton River (1 of 2 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50843 [“Friendly Arctic” The Smoking Cliffs—Franklin Bay. Burning Coal Mines? Facing Page 447] [130 Aug 19, 1914 Smoking mountains, between Baillie Island and Horton River] Mountain



016-9A-10A

Smoking Mountains near Horton River C.A.E. G.H.W. (2of 2 views) [130 Aug 19, 1914 Smoking mountains, between Baillie Island and Horton River] 50843 Mountain



016-11A-12A

Smoking Mts. - Franklin Bay near Horton River 50844 Mountain



016-13A-14A

The coast from Cape Lambton eastward, Banks Island C.A.E. G.H.W. (132) [132 Aug 23, 1914 The coast from Cape Lambdon [Lambton], eastward] 50845 [“Friendly Arctic” Sandy Polar Coast—Summer. Facing Page 352]



016-15A-16A

The coast from Cape Lambton eastward Banks Island C.A.E. G.H.W. (132) [132 Aug 27, 1914 The coast from Cape Lambdon [Lambton], eastward] 50846 Cape



016-17A-18A

The coast from Cape Lambton eastward on Banks Island (A section of Banks Island coast about 2 miles N.W. Cape Lampton [Lambton]) C.A.E. G.H.W. (133) [133 Aug 23, 1914 Section Banks Island coast, 2 miles from C. Lambdon [Lambton] 50847 Cape



016-19A-20A

The coast from Cape Lambton eastward Banks Island 50848 Cape



016-21A-22A

The coast from Cape Lambton eastward Banks Island 50849 Cape



016-23A-24A

The cache orig. # on photo (51286) but that # is for Eider ducks 50851? Cache



016-25A-26A

The contour of the coast looking east from cache (A spring coast in Arctic The formation [descriptors not clear] sand in spring (45) Stefansson Friendly Arctic sandy coast personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York [see also glass plate 226] [“Friendly Arctic” The North Star Could Follow the Shore Water When a Larger Ship Could Not Move. Facing Page 259] 50852



016-27A-28A

Unloading the schooner (Mary Sachs) at Cape Kellett (1 of 2 views) 50854 Boat; Ship, in water



016-29A-30A

Unloading the schooner (Mary Sachs) at Cape Kellett (2 of 2 views) 50854 Boat; Individual, male; Ship, in water



016-31A-32A

Unloading the schooner [Mary Sachs] Cape Kellett 50855 [“Friendly Arctic” Unloading At Kellett. Facing Page 281] [138 Sept 1, 1914 Unloading the schooner] Boat; Individuals, children; Individuals, male; Ship, in water



016-33A-34A

Unloading the schooner [Mary Sachs] Cape Kellett (1 of 3 views) 50856 Dwelling, tent; Individual, male; Ship



016-35A-36A

Unloading the schooner [Mary Sachs] Cape Kellett (2 of 3 views) 50856 Animal, dogs; Fauna; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male; Ship



017-1A-2A

Unloading the schooner [Mary Sachs] Cape Kellett (3 of 3 views) 50856 Dwelling, tent; Individual, male; Ship



017-3A-4A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett (Sachs 2, Sachs at Kellett in midwinter Half-page with Sachs 1) and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (1 of 5 views) 50856a Individual, male; Ship, in ice



017-5A-6A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (2 of 5 views) 50856a Individual, male; Ship, in ice



017-7A-8A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (3 of 5 views) 50856a Individual, male; Ship, in ice



017-9A-10A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (4 of 5 views) 50856a Individual, male; Ship, in ice



017-11A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (Mary Sachs at Cape Kellett white fox skins hanging in the rigging (5 of 5 views) 50856a [166 April 20, 1915 Specimen skins hung out to dry.] Individual, male; Pelts, fox; Ship, in ice



017-12A-13A

Views of the Mary Sachs fast in the ice at Cape Kellett and 1 view of the Mary Sachs being hauled onto shore at Cape Kellett (this view is of being hauled onto shore) 50856a [“Friendly Arctic” Hauling Ashore the Emptied Sachs.. Facing Page 281] Individual, male; Ship



017-14A-15A

The camp on the beach at Cape Kellett (1 of 2 views) 50857 Dwelling, tent; Equipment; Individual, male



017-16A-17A

The camp on the beach at Cape Kellett (2 of 2 views) 50857 [134 August 27, 1914 Making a cache of provisions] Equipment; Individual, child; Individuals, male; Ship, in ice



017-18A-19A

Laying the foundation stone of the house Cape Kellett, Banks Island, Sept. 1914 (Building sod winter house Stefansson Expedition, Cape Kellett, Banks island, September 1914 AS stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50862 [140 Sept 8, 1914 Laying the foundation “stone” of the house] [“Friendly Arctic” Building the Sodhouse at Cape Kellett



017-20A-21A

Young snowy owls 50863 Animal, dog; Bird, Owl, Snowy; Fauna



017-22A-23A

Young snowy owl 50864 [143 Sept 5, 1914 Young Snowy Owls.] Animal, dog; Bird, Owl, Snowy; Fauna



017-24A-25A

Young snowy owls (143) (Young Snowy Owls, Banks Island. The Naval Service, Ottawa) [see also glass plate 043] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50865 [143 Sept 5, 1914 Young Snowy Owls.] Bird, Owl, Snowy; Fauna



017-26A-27A

Young snow owl (143) (A young owl on the Arctic prairie) [see also glass plate 044 and 097] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50866 [“Friendly Arctic” A Young Owl On The Arctic Prairie. Facing Page 333] [143 Sept 5, 1914 Young Snowy Owls.] Bird, Owl, Snowy; Fauna



017-28A-29A

Mr. Stefansson's arrival at the camp (145) 50868 [145 Sept 12, 1914 Mr. Stefansson's arrival at the camp] Camp; Dwelling, sod; Individual, male



017-30A-31A

Storker Storkerson (Stroker Storksson [Storkerson] - photo in Friendly Arctic arrival at Kellett, Sept 1914) 50870 [“Friendly Arctic” On Arrival At Kellett. Storker Storkerson. Facing Page 268] [147 Sept 12 1914, Storker Storkerson] Equipment, binoculars case; Gun, case; Individual, male



017-32A-33A

Ole Andreasen [see also glass plate 027] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50871 [148 Sept 12, 1914 Ole Anderson] [“Friendly Arctic” On Arrival At Kellett. Ole Andreasen. Facing Page 268] Animal, rabbit; Individual, male



017-34A-35A

A wounded deer (150) 50872 [150 Oct 10, 1914 About to start on a hunt.] Animal, deer; Animal, dogs; Fauna; Gun; Individual, male; Sled



018-1A-2A

Bringing in the meat by dog sled stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50874 [“Friendly Arctic” Bringing Home A Loan Of Meat And Skins. Facing Page 280] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



018-3A-4A

Bringing the meat by dog sled (152) (Bringing home a load of caribou meat and skins) 50875 [152 Oct 11, 1914 Bringing in the meat] Animal, caribou; Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Sled



018-5A-6A

The meat cache 50877 [153 Oct 11, 1914 the meat cache] Cache; Dwelling, tent; Skis



018-7A-8A

The meat cache at camp 50878 (Full page or 1/2 with “Bringing to hunting camp load of caribou”) [“Friendly Arctic” Meat for the Winter's Food And Skins With head For Museum Specimens. Facing Page 280] Dwelling, tent; Skis



018-9A-10A

A sled raft in course of construction [see also glass plate 029] (Stopped by an open lead. The sledge is unloaded and straight wooden pieces about 70 inches long are lashed across it to give it enough beam to serve as a boat.) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50881 [“Friendly Arctic” Rigging The Sledboat. Facing Page 206] Individuals, male; Sled



018-11A-12A

A sled raft in course of construction 50882 Individuals, male; Sled; Sledboat



018-13A-14A

A sled raft in the course of construction 50883 [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Individuals, male; Sled



018-15A-16A

A sled raft in the course of construction (After the outriggers are fast, skis are lashed longitudinally, thus forming a very fair boat frame. The next step is to draw over it the water tight tarpaulin carried for that purpose) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50884 [“Friendly Arctic” Rigging The Sledboat. Facing Page 206] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use]



018-17A-18A

A sled raft in the course of construction (Converting a sled by wrapping it is a tarpaulin) 50885 [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Individual, male; Sled



018-19A-20A

A sled raft in course of construction stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50886 [“Friendly Arctic” Rigging The Sledboat. Facing Page 206] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] [see also lantern slide 332] Individuals, male: Sled



018-21A-22A

Launching the finished sled craft [see also glass plate 024] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50887 [“Friendly Arctic” Launching The Sledboat. Facing Page 207] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Animal, dog;s Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



018-23A-24A

The sled raft crossing the lead (Crossing lead in sled raft made by stretching waterproofed canvas about sled, lashing it to sides.) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50888 [see also lantern slide 334] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled, boat



018-25A-26A

The sled raft crossing the lead (Crossing the lead in our sled boat) [see also glass plate 038] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50889 [“Friendly Arctic” Crossing A Lead. Facing Page 207] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled, boat



018-27A-28A

The sled boat in the lead 50890 [see also lantern slide 335] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled, boat



018-29A-30A

Landing the sled boat on the other side of the lead stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50891 [“Friendly Arctic” Landing. Facing Page 207] [158 April 6, 1915 Sled raft in construction and in use] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled, boat



018-31A-32A

Landing the sled boat 50892 (A piece of canvas wrapped around a Sledge turns it into a boat for crossing leads. Please credit to; Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street, New York) [see also lantern slide 336] Animal, dog; Fauna;Individual, male; Sled, boat



018-33A-34A

The Ice party's camp on the ice (Camp on Arctic slo ice showing snow house) 50893 [160 April 7, 1915 The “Ice Party's” camp on the ice.] Animal, dogs; Dwelling, snow house; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



018-35A-36A

The ice party's camp on the ice 50894 (50894 The “ice party” (?) AS 160) [160 April 7, 1915 The “Ice Party's” camp on the ice.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



019-1-2

The team of five big dogs at the Ice Party's camp on the ice (161) 50895 [161 April 7, 1915 The team of five big dogs.] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



019-3-4

The eight Nome dogs [see also glass plate 144] [162 April 7, 1915 The eight Nome dogs.] 50896 Animal, dogs; Fauna



019-5-6

The North Star in winter quarters at Bernard Harbor 1915 50898? [169 May 20, 1915 The North Star in winter quarters, Bernard Harbour] Individual, male; Pelts; Ship, in ice; Snowshoes



019-7-8

The North Star in winter quarters at Bernard Harbor (1 of 3 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50899 [“Friendly Arctic” The North Star Had Sunk. Facing Page 447] Individuals, male; Ship, in ice



019-9-10

The North Star in winter quarters at Bernard Harbor North Star fast in the ice. July 8, 1915 (2 of 3 views) 50899 Boat; Individuals, male; Ship, in ice



019-11-12

The North Star in winter quarters at Bernard Harbor (3 of 3 views) 50899 Dwelling, tent; Ship, in ice



019-13-14

The North Star in winter quarters at Bernard Harbor 50900? Individuals, male; Ship, in ice



019-15-16

Partaking of blood soup (188) 50901 [188 May 28, 1915 Koata] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, female, Inuit



019-17-18

The result of a successful caribou hunt 50903 Animal, caribou; Fauna



019-19-20

The women unload the sled The women unload the sled showing heavy Eskimo hauling sled (173) [173 May 25, 1915 The women unload the sled] 50904 Dwelling, tent; Individual, female, Inuit; Sled



019-21-22

A crowd at our Tent-Moore Islands (175) 50906 [175 May 27, 1915 A crowd of Eskimo at Moore Islands] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



019-23-24

Waiting for the breakfast call (175) 50907 [175 May 27, 1915 A crowd of Eskimo at Moore Islands] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male, Inuit



019-25-26

An Eskimo clothes line (178) (Children's, summer costume - front view) 50908 [178 My 27, 1915 An Eskimo's clothes line.] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



019-27-28

Children's summer costume - back view [see also glass plate 144] (178) 50909 [178 My 27, 1915 An Eskimo's clothes line.] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



019-29-30

Various types of Eskimo men's clothing (180) 50911[180 May 29, 1915 Various types of mens clothes] Individual, male, Inuit



019-31-32

A group of women and one man (1 of 2 views) (On p. 282 of My Life with the Eskimo) (182) 50912 [182 May 28, 1915 A group of women and men] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



019-33-34

A group of women and one man (2 of 2 views) (182) 50912 [182 May 28, 1915 A group of women and men] Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



019-35-36

Interested spectators around the camera (183) 50913 [183 May 28, 1915 Interested spectators] Equipment, camera; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



020-1-2

Kaudlauk and Tupuk in Eskimo Dress stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50914 [184 May 28, 1915 Kaudlak and Tupek.] Individuals, Inuit



020-3-4

Pauchak and child (185) 50915 [185 May 29, 1915 Pauchak and child.] Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



020-5-6

Anivrunna, singing stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50918 [“Friendly Arctic” Music For An Outdoor Dance—Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 40] [190 May 28, 1915 Anuvrunna, singing.] Drum; Individual, female, Inuit



020-7-8

Kuptanna, A Copper Eskimo woman 50919 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Girls and Women. Facing Page 565] [191 May 28, 1915 Kuptana] Individual, female, Inuit



020-9-10

Three old men from the Moore Islands Kilugamik, Aquichja [Agiucha] & Kinulok [Kinaluk] (194) 50920 [194 May 28, 1915 Kilugamik, Agiucha, Kinaluk. Three old men.] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



020-11-12

A lunch of raw seal, liver and blood. (1 of 2 views) (204) 50922 [204 May 28, 1915 A halt for lunch] Animal, dog; Animal, seal; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



020-13-14

A lunch of raw seal, liver and blood. (2 of 2 views) (200) 50922 [200 May 28, 1915 A lunch of raw seal liver and blood.] Animal, dog; Animal, seal; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



020-15-16

Repairing a sled (201) 50924 [201 May 28, 1915 Repairing a sled] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



020-17-18

Repairing a sled (201) 50925 [201 May 28, 1915 Repairing a sled] Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



020-19-20

Repairing a sled (201) 50926 [201 May 28, 1915 Repairing a sled] Animal, dog; Eye, protection; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit; Sled



020-21-22

Copper Eskimo woman fishing through the ice. She is wearing native wooden snow goggles. (Typed note: Copper Eskimo woman fishing through the ice - wearing native snow goggles, made of wood with a narrow slit. Please credit to: Geological Survey, Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street New York, N.Y.) 50927 Eye, protection; Fishing; Individual, female, Inuit



020-23-24

Oloksoak's sled (227) 50951 [227 June 10, 1915 Oloksoak's sled.] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



020-25-26

Oloksoak's sled (227) 50952 [227 June 10, 1915 Oloksoak's sled.] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



020-27-28

Eskimo dog, Manake ((Typed note: Note the grass in this and in many of the other pictures) personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York, N.Y. 50956 (Crop at top & bottom & if photo will stand it enlarge to 4 3/4 wide)[“Friendly Arctic” Typical Copper Eskimo Dog. Facing Page 421] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division: 50956 [229 June 22, 1915 An Eskimo dog,



020-29-30

An Arctic squirrel Bernard Harbor (1 of 3 views) [see also plates 049, 098] 50959 (230) [“Friendly Arctic”5. Parry's Spermophile. Facing Page 332] [230 June 23, 1915 An arctic squirrel Cittellus Pearri.] Animal, squirrel; Fauna



020-31-32

An Arctic squirrel Bernard Harbor (2 of 3 views) [see also plates 049, 098] 50959 (230) [230 June 23, 1915 An arctic squirrel Cittellus Pearri.] Animal, squirrel; Fauna



020-33-34

An Arctic squirrel Bernard Harbor (3 of 3 views) [see also plates 049, 098] 50959 (230) [230 June 23, 1915 An arctic squirrel Cittellus Pearri.] Animal, squirrel; Fauna



020-35-36

An Arctic sparrow (Bernard Harbor) (text reversed in emulsion: 231 Calcaius Lapponnicus. Sparrow) Bernard Har...June 23) 50960 [231 June 23,1915 An arctic sparrow Calcaius Lapponicus] Bird; Fauna



021-0A-1A

An Arctic sparrow (Bernard Harbor) (June 23, 1915) (text reversed in emulsion June 23, 1915) 50961 [231 June 23, 1915 An arctic sparrow Calsaius Lapponicus] Bird; Fauna



021-2A-3A

Travelling [traveling] over land and Packing to the fishing place (1 of 2 views) (259) [259 July 6, 1915 Eskimo women on the trail] 50968 Individuals, female, Inuit



021-4A-5A

Travelling over land and Packing to the fishing place (2 of 2 views) (259) [259 July 6, 1915 Eskimo women on the trail] 50968 Individual, male, Inuit



021-6A-7A

Travelling over land (259) (1 of 2 views) 50969 [259 July 6, 1915 Eskimo women on the trail] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, Inuit



021-8A-9A

Travelling over land (259) (2 of 2 views) 50969 259 [July 6, 1915 Eskimo women on the trail] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, Inuit



021-10A-11A

A cumbersome load (A cumbersome back load) (239) 50970 [239 June 29, 1915 A cumbersome backload] Individual, Inuit



021-12A-13A

A cumbersome load (A cumbersome back load) (239) [see also glass plate 001, lantern slide 144] 50971 [239 June 29, 1915 A cumbersome backload] Individual, male, Inuit



021-14A-15A

Dog with a pack stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50974 Animal, dog; Fauna



021-16A-17A

Dog with pack [see also glass plate 143] 50975 Animal, dog; Fauna



021-18A-19A

Fishing through a hole in the ice (Copper Eskimo woman fishing through the ice) 50976 Copper Inuit, Fish; Fishing; Individual, female, Inuit



021-20A-21A

The North Star hauled out on the ice (242) 50977 [242 June 29, 1915 The NORTH STAR still fast in the ice] Ship, in ice



021-22A-23A

Rocks erected to frighten deer toward a hunter, 50978 stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division Oct 23 1927 50978 [243 July 4, 1915 Rocks set up to frighten deer towards the hunter.]



021-24A-25A

A king eider (1 of 2 views) 50980 [247 July 4, 1915 A Pacific Eider] Bird, Eider, King; Fauna



021-26A-27A

A king eider (2 of 2 views) 50980 [245 July 4, 1915 A King Eider (dead)] Bird, Eider, King; Fauna



021-28A-29A

A King eider 50982 Bird, Eider, King; Fauna



021-30A-31A

A King Eider(L.common Eider male R. King Eider male) (1 of 2 views) [see also glass plate 088] 50983 Bird, Eider, King; Bird, Eider, Common; Fauna



021-32A-33A

A King Eider (2of 2 views) [see also glass plate 045] 50983 Bird, Eider, Common; Fauna



021-36A

A pair of ducks and Patsie Klinkenberg [Klinkenburg] (“Patsy,” son of Eskimo mother and Danish father, hunts with both gun and camera The Naval Service, Ottawa) (in emulsion: 248 A Pacific Eider...) 50986 [248 July 4, 1915 A pair of Eider and Patsie Klinkenburg] Bird, Eider, King; Bird, Eider, Pacific; Equipment, camera; Fauna; Individual, male



022-0A-1A

A Lapland longspur on the nest (1 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 249. Lapland Longspur on nest July 1915) [“Friendly Arctic” 4. Lapland Longspur. Facing Page 332] 50987 [249 July 4, 1915 A Lapland Longspur on the nest] Bird, Longspur, Lapland; Fauna



022-2A-3A

A Lapland longspur on the nest (2 of 2 views) 50987 [249 July 4, 1915 A Lapland Longspur on the nest] Bird, Longspur, Lapland; Fauna



022-4A-5A

A Lapland longspur on the nest (in emulsion: 249. Lapland Longspur on nest July 1915) 50988 [259 July 4, 1915 A Lapland Longspur on the nest] Bird, Longspur, Lapland; Fauna



022-6A-7A

An Eskimo camp near the fishing lake (250) 50990 [250 July 4, 1914 the Eskimo camp near the fishing lake] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male, Inuit



022-8A-9A

An Eskimo camp near the fishing lake (Eskimo skin tent for summer use with fish drying outside) (235) (50991 is in Scrapbook #4 as #183 - a different view) 50991 [235 June 28, 1915 An Eskimo camp near the fishing lake.] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male, Inuit



022-10A-11A

Appears to be another view of 50992 - Ituak and his camp which appears as #157 in Album #4. (Copper Eskimos) 50992 Dwelling, tent; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, Inuit



022-12A-13A

Eskimo child asleep in the sun at the camp near the fishing lake (Eskimo child asleep in the sun on an Arctic summer day.) (252) [see also glass plate 019] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 50994 [“Friendly Arctic” Eskimo Child Asleep In The Sun. Facing Page 413] [252 July 4, 1915 Camp scenes near the fishing lake] Individual, child, Inuit



022-14A-15A

Camp scenes near the fishing lake (naked child under sun shade of skins on right. Woman bending over on left) (252) 50995 [252 July 4, 1915 Camp scenes near the fishing lake] Dwelling, tent; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



022-16A-17A

Nagitok and Oviuak [Oviuk] plucking an eider duck (MacKenzie [Mackenzie] Delta) [in emulsion: 255, Nagitok & Ovuiak plucking Eider Duck. July 4th, 1915 (255) [255 July 4, 1915 Nagitok and Oviuk plucking an eider duck] 50999 Individuals, children, Inuit



022-18A-19A

Nagitok and Oviuak [Oviuk] plucking an eider duck (MacKenzie [Mackenzie] Delta (225) 51000 [255 July 4, 1915 Nagitok and Oviuk plucking an eider duck] Individuals, children, Inuit



022-20A-21A

A fair-sized lake trout [see also glass plate 134, lantern slide 128] 51004 [“Friendly Arctic” Some Of The Trout Are Larger Than This. Facing Page 420] [257 July 4, 1915 A fair sized lake trout (about 12 lbs weight)] Individual; Fish, trout; Fauna



022-22A-23A

A semi-palmated plover's nest (Plover' nest, North Coast of Canada, The Naval Service Ottawa) 51011 [263 July 6, 1915A Semi palmated Plover's nest] Bird, nest; Fauna



022-24A-25A

Androsace 51012 (264) [264 July 8, 1915 Androerssa] Flora, plant



022-26A-27A

Oxyeropis 51013 [265 July 8, 1915 Droserra] Flora, plant



022-28A-29A

Dryas 51014 (266) (in emulsion: 266 Oxitropis) [266 July 8, 1915 Oxitopis] Flora, plant



022-30A-31A

Pedicularis (Arctic flower 267) (Flowers of Peticularis Credit Geological Survey of Canada) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51015 [267 July 8, 1915 Particularis] Flora, plant



022-32A-33A

An eider duck's nest [see also glass plate 047] 51016 Bird, nest; Fauna



022-34A-35A

An eider duck's nest(nest of Eider Duck 51017 1/2 page with “King Eider on Nest”)(An Eider duck's nest Can Arctic Exp.) [see also glass plate 094] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51017 Bird, nest; Fauna



023-1A-2A

Kioranna, Eskimo woman (1 of 2 views) 51018 [278 July 10, 1915 Kioranna] Individual, female, Inuit



023-3A-4A

Kioranna, Eskimo woman (2 of 2 views) (277?) (Portrait 6 Stefansson, Friendly Arctic P 437) 51018 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Women. Facing Page 437] [278 July 10, 1915 Kioranna] Individual, female, Inuit



023-5A-6A

Oviuak, (Atticiak's child) (1 of 2 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51020 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Girls And Women. Facing Page 565] [279 July 10, 1915 Oviuak] Individual, child, female, Inuit



023-7A-8A

Oviuak, (Atticiak's child) (2 of 2 views) 51020 [279 July 10, 1915 Oviuak] Individual, child, female, Inuit



023-9A-10A

Ukhukiah or Ukhukta 51024? [283 July 10, 1915 Ukhuktak] Individual, male, Inuit



023-11A-12A

Hairy spider 51027 [285 July 12, 1915 A Hairy spider] Insect, spider



023-13A-14A

Hairy spider (285) 51028 [285 July 12, 1915 A Hairy spider] Insect, spider



023-15A-16A

Hairy spider 51029 [285 July 12, 1915 A Hairy spider] Insect, spider



023-17A-18A

A Tipula (water spider) near right center of photo (in emulsion; 286 Tipula) (286) 51030 [286 July 12, 1915 Tipula] Insect, spider



023-19A-20A

Herring gulls (1 of 3 views) (in emulsion: 288 Herring Gulls July 13, 1915) 51032 [288 July 13, 1915 Herring Gulls] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-21A-22A

Herring gulls (2 of 3 views) (in emulsion: 288 Herring Gulls July 13, 1915) 51032 288 [288 July 13, 1915 Herring Gulls] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-23A-24A

Herring gulls (3 of 3 views) 51032 288 [288 July 13, 1915 Herring Gulls] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-25A-26A

Herring gulls (Herring Gulls) July 15, 1915?) (in emulsion: 288 Herring Gulls July 15, 1915) 51033 Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-27A-28A

Herring gulls (288) (in emulsion: 288 Herring Gulls July 13, 1915) 51034 [288 July 13, 1915 Herring Gulls] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-29A-30A

Herring gulls (288 probably 51035) (in emulsion: 288 Herring Gulls July 13, 1915) 51035 [288 July 13, 1915 Herring Gulls] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



023-31A-32A

A pair of Old Squaws (July 1915?) (289) (in emulsion: 289 A pair of old Squaws July 13, 1915) 51037 [289 July 13, 1915 A pair of Old Squaws] Bird, Duck, Oldsquaw; Fauna



023-33A-34A

A pair of loons coming up from diving (Loons, N. Coast, The Naval Service Ottawa) 51038 [291 July 13, 1915 A pair of Yellow-billed loons coming up from diving] Bird, Oldsqaw; Fauna



023-35A-36A

Kaluta and child stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51040 [298 July 15, 1915 Kaluta and child]. Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



024-1A-2A

Kaluta and child 51041 [298 July 15, 1915 Kaluta and child.]Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



024-3A-4A

Kaluta, Copper Eskimo woman 51042 [299 July 15, 1915 Kaluta.] Individual, female, Inuit



024-5A-6A

Kaluta, Copper Eskimo woman 51043 [299 July 15, 1915 Kaluta.] Individual, female, Inuit



024-7A-8A

Shualuk, Copper Eskimo buy (1 of 2 views) 51045 [“Friendly Arctic” Half Grown Boy—Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 744] [300 July 17, 1915 Shualuk] Individual, child, male, Inuit



024-9A-10A

Shualuk, Copper Eskimo buy (2 of 2 views) 51045 [300 July 17, 1915 Shualuk] Individual, child, male, Inuit



024-11A-12A

The winter house at Bernard Harbor [similar to glass plate 270] (1 of 3 views) 51048 [302 July 17, 1915 The winter house, Bernard Harbour] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna



024-13A-14A

The winter house at Bernard Harbor (205) (2 of 3 views) 51048 [205 June 10, 1915 Winter quarters Bernard Harbour] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna



024-15A-16A

The winter house at Bernard Harbor (near 51048) (3 of 3 views) 51048 [433 July 13, 1916 Storing supplies in the house.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna; Flag; Individual, male



024-17A-18A

Scenes at the fishing creek (51055) 51055 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek.] Fishing



024-19A-20A

Scenes at the fishing creek (near 51056) (1 of 3 views) 51056 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek.] Dwelling, tent; Fishing



024-21A-22A

Scenes at the fishing creek (near 51056 see 38619) (2 of 3 views) 51056 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek.] Fishing



024-23A-24A

Scenes at the fishing creek (51056 307) (3 of 3 views) 51056 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek.] Fishing



024-25A-26A

Scenes at the fishing creek (Trout - Victoria Island, 300 miles north of Arctic Circle Credit Geological Survey of Canada) (in emulsion: 257 A fair sized lake trout about 12 lbs) 51065 [257 July 4, 1915 A fair sized lake trout (about 12 lbs] Fish



024-27A-28A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (310) (1 of 6 views) 51075 [310 July 21, 1915 A Semipalmated plover and young] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



024-29A-30A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (near 51075 262) (2 of 6 views) 51075 [262 July 6, 1915 A Semipalmated Plover.] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



024-31A-32A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (near 51075 262) (3 of 6 views) 51075 [262 July 6, 1915 A Semipalmated Plover.] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



024-33A-34A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (near 51075 262) (4 of 6 views) 51075 [262 July 6, 1915 A Semipalmated Plover.] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



024-35A-36A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (near 51075 310) (5 of 6 views) 51075 [310 July 21, 1915 A Semipalmated plover and young] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



025-1A-2A

A semi-palmated plover and its young (near 51075) (6 of 6 views) 51075 Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



025-3A-4A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (in emulsion: 313 Panorama Bernard Harbor 1915) (313) 51077 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-5A-6A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (313) 51078 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-7A-8A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (313) 51079 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-9A-10A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (Inland - summer) (313) 51080 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-11A-12A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor July 25, 1915 (in emulsion: 313. Panoram. Bernard Harbour. July 25, 1915.) (313) 51081 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-13A-14A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (Interior view - Arctic prairies) (313) 51082 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour.] Harbor



025-15A-16A

Panorama of Bernard Harbor (313) (in emulsion;...Panoram. Bernard Harbour July 25, 1915) 51083 [313 July 25, 1915 Panoram of Bernard Harbour] Dwelling, tent; Harbor; Ship, in water



025-17A-18A

North Star in Bernard Harbor (Cape Barrow Harbor August 1915 The Naval Service Ottawa Storker Storkerson caption in book says “North Star in Bernard Harbor”) (see also glass plate 135) 51085 [“Friendly Arctic” Star at Bernard Harbor. Facing Page 446] Harbor; Ship, in water



025-19A-20A

Tattoo marks on a woman's arm (in emulsion: Tattoo marks on a woman's arm) (Attira) (1 of 3 views) see 51645-46 51087-89 Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



025-21A-22A

Tattoo marks on a woman's arm (Attira) (2 of 3 views) see also 51645-46 51087-89 Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



025-23A-24A

Tattoo marks on a woman's arm (Attira) (3 of 3 views) see also 51645-46 51087-89 Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



025-25A

A winter hunting camp inland on Banks Island (1 of 2 views) (317) 51091 [317 Sept 23, 1915 A hunting camp inland. Natkusiak] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



025-26A-27A

A winter hunting camp inland on Banks Island (2 of 2 views) (faint writing in emulsion) (317) 51091 [317 Sept 23, 1915 A hunting camp inland. Natkusiak] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



025-28A-29A

A hunting camp inland. Caption in V.S.'s book is “The midnight sun” 51091a [“Friendly Arctic” A Spring Evening In Polar Regions. Facing Page 636]



025-30A-31A

J. Sullivan (318) 51092 Individual, male



025-32A-33A

Pack ice - Dolphin and Union Strait (in faint writing in emulsion, 319. Pack ice Dolphin...) (319. C.A.E. G.H. W.) (319) 51093 Ice, pack



025-34A-35A

Pack ice - Dolphin and Union Strait (51094 Broken ice - at sea See “Broken Ice-1” personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) (1 of 2 views) 51094 Ice, pack



026-1-2

Pack ice - Dolphin and Union Strait (broken ice - at sea See “Broken Ice-1” personal red ink stamp, Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) (faint writing in emulsion) (319) (2 of 2 views) 51094 Ice, pack



026-3-4

Pack ice - Dolphin and Union Strait (We came ashore from the Karluk over ice like this. Spring ice ch XIV C.A.E. G.H.W. crossed out personal red stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue New York City personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) [used in Friendly Arctic, opposite page 258 stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51096 see also glass plate 023, 039]



026-5-6

Pack ice - Dolphin and Union Strait 51097 Ice, pack



026-7-8

V. Stefansson working at the typewriter January 1916 (51099 Jan '16 Wilkins pg) (1 of 2 views) 51099 [320 January 1, 1916 V. Stefansson.] Equipment, typewriter; Individual, male



026-9-10

V. Stefansson working at the typewriter January 1916 (2 of 2 views) 51099 [320 January 1, 1916 V. Stefansson.] Equipment, typewriter; Individual, male



026-11-12

Guininana and Uttaktuak, two Eskimo girls (Stefansson Friendly Arctic) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51100 [“Friendly Arctic” Guninana and Uttaktuak (Mrs. Lopez). Facing Page 397] Individuals, female, Inuit



026-13-14

Rock exposure near Cape Wrottlesley. Banks Island (63 Stefansson: Friendly Arctic) 51103 [“Friendly Arctic” Ground Ice. Fragments of earth shoved on top of sea ice. Facing Page 515]



026-15-16

The camp ready for the night (8. the camp ready for the night. 27 Stefansson Friendly Arctic) [see also glass plate 261] (1 of 2 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51104 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—Last Steps 8. The Camp Ready For The Night. Facing Page 175] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, ice block;



026-17-18

The camp ready for the night (snug and ready to withstand indefinitely the worst weather that possibly can come. The camp is completed and the dogs are fed for the night. It takes 45 minutes to make the house and another hour to do all the chores (2 of 2 views) 51104 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, ice block; ice block; Fauna; Individual, male



026-19-20

Mud shoved up by ice near Mercy Bay 51108 [328 March 30, 1916 Mud heap shoved up by ice near Mercy Bay] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



026-21-22

Remains of McClure's cache, Mercy Bay, Banks Island, N.W.T. (Barrel staves, fragments of iron, leather boots, coal, etc - the remains of McClure's cache of 20 or 30 tons of fuel and supplies. Bay of God's Mercy, Banks island G.H.W. C.A.E.) (330) 51109 [330 April 2, 1916 Ruins of McClure's cache, Mercy Bay] Cache



026-23-24

V. Stefansson during a blizzard 51111 [332 April 5, 1916 V.Stefansson during a blizzard. Note hoarfrost on hair and eye brows.] Equipment, binoculars case; Individual, male



026-25-26

Snow blocks for a snowhouse [snow house] (written on emulsion: 51112) [see also glass plate 262] 51112 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—First Four Steps 1. The Blocks Are Cut. Facing Page 174] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling snow block; Individual, male



026-27-28

Aligning the first blocks of a snow house (written on emulsion: 51113) (2. The first block is set on edge) [see also glass plate 263, 264] 51113 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—First Four Steps 2. The First Block Is Set on Edge. Facing Page 174] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



026-29-30

Working on the first tier of snow blocks for a snow house (written on emulsion: 51114) [see also glass plate 265] 51114 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



026-31-32

Beginning the second tier of a snowhouse [snow house] (written on emulsion: 51115) (3. The first tier complete) personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51115 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—First Four Steps 3. The First Tier Complete. Facing Page 174] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow



026-33-34

Beginning the second tier of a snowhouse [snow house] (written on emulsion: 51116) 51116 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling, snow block; Equipment, shovel; Individual, male;



026-35-36

Beginning second tier of a snowhouse [snow house] (written on emulsion: 51117) [see also glass plate 265] 51117 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—First Four Steps 4. The Beginning of the Second Tier. Facing Page 174] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling snow block; Individual, male



027-1-2

Working on the third tier of a snow house (personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) 51118 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male



027-3-4

Working on third tier of a snow house (personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) 51119 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—Last Steps 5. The Third Tier. Facing Page 175] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



027-5-6

Trimming a snow block to be put on an upper tier. 51120 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling, snow block; Individual, male



027-7-8

Handing in snow blocks to interior man building a snow house 51121 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling, snow block; Individual, male



027-9-10

Putting up fourth tier of a snow house 51122 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-11-12

Beginning the fifth tier of a snow house 51123 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-13-14

Shaping newly - placed snow bock on one of last tiers of snow house (12. Building a snow house The snow house nearing completion) (personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) 51124 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling, snow block; Individual, male; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-15-16

Trimming newly - placed block on final tier of snow house 51125 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male



027-17-18

Placing a block on final tier of a snow house 51126 (on emulsion: 51126) [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Tools, shovel



027-19-20

Placing another block in final tier of a snow house 51127 (on emulsion: 51127) [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—Last Steps 6. The Roof. Facing Page 175] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-21-22

Working on final tier of a snow house 51128 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-23-24

Finishing a snow house while equipment and dogs wait. [see also glass plate 267] 51129 [“Friendly Arctic” The Dogs Sleep In Their Harness While We Make Camp. Facing Page 314] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled;Tools, shovel



027-25-26

Closing the top of a snow house (typed label: Building a snow house. Please credit to: Geological Survey, Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street New York, N.Y.) [see also glass plate 268] 51130 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled; Tools, shovel



027-27-28

The last block put in place in a snow house (typed label: 7. The last block) 51131 [“Friendly Arctic” Constructing a Snowhouse—Last Steps 7. The Last Block. Facing Page 175] [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Sled



027-29-30

Finishing a snow house 51132 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Dwelling, snow block; Individual, male



027-31-32

Banking sides of snow house to cut wind 51133 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Tools, shovel



027-33-34

Finishing the banking of a snow house 51134 [333 April 10, 1916 Constructing a snow house. 12 feet in t, diam.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow block; Fauna; Individual, male; Tools, ax, shovel



027-35-36

“Split-the Wind” a Nome racing Eskimo and his favorite dog (Emiu and his favorite dog) 51136 [“Friendly Arctic” Emiu Was Fond of Small, Fast Dogs. Facing Page 609] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



028-1-2

Mixed St. Bernard and Eskimo dog - best type of dog - (Mixed St. Bernard and Eskimo dog - best type of Dog also portrait of Natkusiak Stefansson; Friendly Arctic) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51137 [“Friendly Arctic”Natkusiak And His Favorite Big Dog. Facing Page 608] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male, Inuit



028-3-4

A sled - (retouched version) and similar shot showing original location of sled) (light weight sled) (1 of 2 views) 51142 Sled



028-5-6

A sled - (retouched version) and similar shot showing original location of sled) (2 of 2 views) 51142 Animal, dog; Fauna; Sled



028-7-8

Polar coast in winter on the way to “New Land” (16 Stephenson Friendly Arctic) [see also glass plate 130, lantern slide 360] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51146 [“Friendly Arctic” A Polar Coast In Winter—Melville Island. Facing Page 585] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



028-9-10

Chunk of earth shoved up by ice (Wilkins) (Earth shoved up by Ice - 2 See “Earth Shoved up by Ice - 1 and “Underground Ice” 64 Stephenson Friendly Arctic” stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51147 [“Friendly Arctic” Ground ice. A lump of earth on top of a cake of sea ice. Facing Page 515] Ice; Individual, male



028-11-12

V. Stefansson 51151 Individual, male



028-13-14

Polar Bear in winter quarters (1 of 2 views) 51152 Ship, in ice



028-15-16

Polar Bear in winter quarters (2 of 2 views) 51152 Ship, in ice



028-17-18

Polar Bear in winter quarters(near 51153 Album #4 (#349 is a similar view with sail up. Polar Bear) (1 of 2 views) 51153 Pelts; Ship, in ice



028-19-20

Polar Bear in winter quarters (2 of 2 views) 51153 Pelts; Ship, in ice



028-21-22

The Polar Bear in winter quarters (349 The Polar Bear) (Note Arctic fox skins) 51154 [349 April 25, 1916 The schooner POLAR BEAR in winter quarters] Pelts; Ship, in ice



028-23-24

Funeral of J. J. Jones, engineer of the (350) (Funeral of Jones - B. Use this or Funeral of Jones A, whichever is the better picture) Polar Bear 51155 [350 April 27, 1916 Funeral of J. Jones, Engineer.] Flag; Grave; Individuals, male



028-25-26

Funeral of J. J. Jones, engineer of the Polar Bear (51156) (Funeral of Jones A Half page with grave of Norem or omit both) 51156 [350 April 27, 1916 Funeral of J. Jones. Engineer] Casket; Flag; Grave; Individual, male



028-27-28

Clearing the decks of the Polar Bear 51157? Animal, dog; Fauna; Ship



028-29-30

Nutainna in Eskimo clothing (front view) (51160 356) [356 May 1, 1916 Nutainna Minto Inlet. Eskimo.] Individual, male, Inuit



028-31-32

Natainna in Eskimo clothing (rear view) (51160 356) [356 May 1, 1916 Nutainna Minto Inlet. Eskimo.] 51161 Individual, male, Inuit



028-33-34

Tuptanna, Eskimo man with bow and arrows (51162 357 Tuptanna) 51162 Hunting, bow and arrow; Individual, male, Inuit



028-35-36

Tuptanna, rear view of Eskimo man with bow and arrows (51163 351 Eskimo with bow) 51163 Hunting, bow and arrow; Individual, male, Inuit



029-1-2

Snow house in camp with gear hung out to air (51174 Animal, dog; Dwelling, snow house;Fauna



029-3-4

Copper Eskimo girls in fancy dress (Dark Two shades of fawn Leggings white yellow red Up & down stripes Red & White Copper Eskimo girls [see also glass plate 002] 51178 Individual, female, Inuit



029-5-6

Hauling the dory to the Polar Bear (51179) (1 of 2 views) 51179 Animal, dog; Boat; Dwelling; Fauna; Individual, male



029-7-8

Hauling the dory to the Polar Bear (in emulsion: 370. Hauling the dory to the Polar Bear May 16th 1916) (2 of 2 views) (370 or 374) 51179 [370 May 9, 1916 Hauling the Mary Sachs dory to the POLAR BEAR.] Animal, dog; Boat; Fauna; Individual, male; Ship



029-9-10

Storkerson, his wife and children (printed on emulsion: 51180) 51180 [“Friendly Arctic” Storkerson's Family. Facing Page 696] Individuals, children; Individual, female; Individual, male



029-11-12

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (1 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-13-14

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (2 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-15-16

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (3 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-17-18

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (4 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-19-20

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (5 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-21-22

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (6 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit; Individual, male



029-23-24

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (7 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit; Individual, male



029-25-26

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (8 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individual, Inuit



029-27-28

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (9 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-29-30

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (10 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-31-32

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307 Scenes at the fishing creek) (11 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-33-34

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (12 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



029-35-36

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 393) (13 of 23 views) 51189 [393 June 30, 1916 Scenes at the fishing creek. (The first dash.) A bite, bringing in the load)]Fish; Fishing; Individual, child, male, Inuit



030-1-2

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (393) (14 of 23 views) 51189 [393 June 30, 1916 Scenes at the fishing creek. (The first dash.) A bite, bringing in the load)] Fishing; Individual, child, male, Inuit



030-3-4

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 393) (15 of 23 views) 51189 [393 June 30, 1916 Scenes at the fishing creek. (The first dash.) A bite, bringing in the load)] Fishing; Individual, child, male, Inuit



030-5-6

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (16 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Children, Inuit; Fishing; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, Inuit



030-7-8

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 “Copper Eskimos” fishing Stefansson calls them sober they use implements of beaten native copper. To news paper readers these are known as the “Blood Eskimos” The Naval Service of Ottawa) (17 of 23 views) 51189 Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



030-9-10

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189) (18 of 23 views) 51189 Fishing; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, Inuit



030-11-12

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 307) (19 of 23 views) 51189 [307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



030-13-14

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 393 all fishing pictures under 51189) (20 of 23 views) 51189 [393 June 30, 1916 Scenes at the fishing creek. (The first dash.) A bite, bringing in the load)] Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



030-15-16

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (21 of 23 views) 51189 307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fish; Fishing: Individuals, Inuit



030-17-18

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek 22 of 23 views) 51189 307 July 20, 1915 Scenes at the fishing creek] Fishing; Individuals, Inuit



030-19-20

Scenes of Eskimos fishing at the fishing creek (51189 Photographs copyright, Viljalmur Stefansson Eskimos Fishing 5 1/8″ (these are “copper” or “Blonde” Eskimos) (23 of 23 views) 51189 Fish; Fishing; Individual, child, male, Inuit; Individual, Inuit



030-21-22

The Southern Party's house (near 51194) (1 of 2 views) 51194 [433 July 13, 1916 Storing supplies in the house.] Dwelling, sod; Flag; Individual, male



030-23-24

The Southern Party's house (433) (2 of 2 views) 51194 [“Friendly Arctic” The House At Bernard Harbor. Facing Page 649] [433 July 13, 1916 Storing supplies in the house.] Dwelling, sod; Flag; Individual, male



030-25-26

The Alaska in Bernard harbor (51195) 51195 [397 July 5, 1916 The “ALASKA” in Bernard Habour] Barrels; Boat; Ship, in water



030-27-28

Unalina's camp, Bernard Harbor (51196 398) 51196 [398 July 5, 1916 Unalina's camp] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit, Individual, male, Inuit



030-29-30

Corporal W.V. Bruce, R.N.W.M.P. (51197 399) (399) 51197 [399 Corp. Bruce R. N. W. M. P.] Individual, male



030-31-32

J. Sullivan (J. Sullivan 51198) 51198 [400 July 15, 1916 J. Sullivan. cook. (Cockney).] Individual, male



030-33-34

J. E. Hoff Engineer of the Alaska, 1916 (J. E. Hof 51200) (1 of 2 views) 51200 [401 July 5, 1916 J. E. Hoff. engineer.] Individual, male



030-35-36

J. E. Hoff Engineer of the Alaska, 1916 (51200) (2 of 2 views) 51200 [401 July 5, 1916 J. E. Hoff. engineer.] Individual, male



031-1A-2A

Captain Daniel Sweeney, Master of the Alaska, 1914-1916 (1 of 4 views) 51202 [402 July 6, 1916 Captain D. Sweeney.]] Individual, male



031-3A-4A

Captain Daniel Sweeney, Master of the Alaska, 1914-1916 (2 of 4 views) 51202 [402 July 6, 1916 Captain D. Sweeney.] Individual, male



031-5A-6A

Captain Daniel Sweeney, Master of the Alaska, 1914-1916 (3 of 4 views) 51202 [402 July 6, 1916 Captain D. Sweeney.] Individual, male



031-7A-8A

Captain Daniel Sweeney, Master of the Alaska, 1914-1916 (4 of 4 views) 51202 [402 July 6, 1916 Captain D. Sweeney.] Individual, male



031-9A-10A

John J. O'Neill, geologist (1 of 4 views) (402 J. J. O'Neill 51206) 51206 [403 July 6, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



031-11A-12A

John J. O'Neill, geologist (2 of 4 views) 51206 [403 July 6, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



031-13A-14A

John J. O'Neill, geologist (3 of 4 views) 51206 [403 July 6, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



031-15A-16A

John J. O'Neill, geologist (4 of 4 views) 51206 [403 July 6, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



031-17A-18A

Charles D. LaNauze, Inspector, R.N.W.M.P. (1 of 4 views) (404 51210) 51210 [404 July 7, 1916 Inspector LaNauze. R. N. W. M. P.] Individual, male



031-19A-20A

Charles D. LaNauze, Inspector, R.N.W.M.P. (2 of 4 views) 51210 [404 July 7, 1916 Inspector LaNauze. R. N. W. M. P.] Individual, male



031-21A-22A

Charles D. LaNauze, Inspector, R.N.W.M.P. (3 of 4 views) 51210 [404 July 7, 1916 Inspector LaNauze. R. N. W. M. P.] Individual, male



031-23A-24A

Charles D. LaNauze, Inspector, R.N.W.M.P. (4 of 4 views) 51210 [404 July 7, 1916 Inspector LaNauze. R. N. W. M. P.] Individual, male



031-25A-26A

Inspector LaNauze and his dog Mike (404 51214) (405) (in emulsion:...dog Mike July 6, 1916) 51214 [405 July 7, 1916 Inspector LaNauze. R. N. W. M. P. and his dog Mike] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



031-27A-28A

Rudolph M. Anderson, Second-in-command of the Expedition. Zoologist. (Dr. R. M. Anderson July 7, 1916) (1 of 2 views) 51215 [406 July 6, 1916 Dr. R. M. Anderson, Ornithologist] Individual, male



031-29A-30A

Rudolph M. Anderson, Second-in-command of the Expedition. Zoologist. (51215 406) (Dr. R. M. Anderson, July 7, 1916) (2of 2 views) 51215 [406 July 6, 1916 Dr. R. M. Anderson, Ornithologist] Individual, male



031-31A-32A

Rudolph M. Anderson, Second-in-command of the Expedition. Zoologist (70 Dr. R. Anderson 51217) (in emulsion: 406 Dr. R. M. Anderson July 7th, 1916) (1 of 2 views) 51217 [406 July 6, 1916 Dr. R. M. Anderson, Ornithologist] Individual, male



031-33A-34A

Rudolph M. Anderson, Second-in-command of the Expedition. Zoologist (Dr Anderson (18) Stefansson Friendly Arctic right side 1/2 p. with Capt. Bartlett must be used Dr. Rudolph M. Anderson (Capt. Bartlett picture to come) (2 of 2 views) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51217 [“Friendly Arctic” Dr. R. M. Anderson Facing Page 26] Individual, male



031-35A-36A

Rudolph M. Anderson (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) 51218 Individual, male



032-1-2

The dogs trying to escape from the mosquitos [mosquitoes] (51219) (in emulsion: 407 Dogs trying to escape from mosquitos [mosquitoes] July 8, 1916) [“Friendly Arctic” Trying To Keep Cool On A Hot Arctic Day. Facing Page 421] 51219 [407 July 8, 1916 Dogs trying to escape from mosquitos [mosquitoes]] Animal, dogs; Fauna



032-3-4

Dog covered with mosquitoes (Denby surrounded by mosquitos [mosquitoes] 51220) [see also glass plate 137, 138] 51220 [“Friendly Arctic” On the Coppermine River in 1910 the Mosquitoes bit Our Dogs Around the Eyes Till The Eyes Swelled Closed, Making Them Temporarily Blind, Facing Page 16] [408 July 8, 1916 Denby troubled with mosquitos [mosquitoes] Animal, dog; Fauna



032-5-6

Dog troubled by mosquitos [mosquitoes] (Doc troubled by mosquitoes 51221) (Dog troubled by mosquitoes July 8th, 1916. Bernard Harbour, N.W.T. G. H. Wilkins phot. (Please return this photo!) from Frits Johansen for Stefansson #409) (personal stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue New York City) (in emulsion: 409 Doc troubled by mosquitos July*, 1916) 51221 [409 July 8, 1916 Doc troubled by mosquitos. [mosquitoes]



032-7-8

An Eskimo blind for shooting caribou (410) [see Friendly Arctic page 258 “tent ring” A tent ring is an important subject - Do not omit] 51223 [“Friendly Arctic” A Tent Ring. Facing Page 258] [410 July 8, 1916 An eskimo “blind” to hide behind when shooting caribou] Hunting



032-9-10

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl (412) (1 of 2 views) 51224 [412 July 11, 1916 Kila] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-11-12

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl (412) (2 of 2 views) 51224 [412 July 11, 1916 Kila] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-13-14

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl [see also glass plate 015] (412) (face tattoo 1/2 p. print with “Body tattoo” (70) Stefansson Friendly Arctic (1 of 2 views) (on emulsion: showing tattoo marks on the face) picture stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51226 [“Friendly Arctic” Tattooing—Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 469] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-15-16

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl (Kila 51226) (2 of 2 views) 51226 [412 July 11, 1916 Kila] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-17-18

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl (1 of 2 views) (412) 51228 [412 July 11, 1916 Kila] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-19-20

Kila, Copper Eskimo girl (2 of 2 views) (412 Copper Eskimo girl - Victoria Island) (412) 51228 [412 July 11, 1916 Kila] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



032-21-22

Kennyuk, Copper Eskimo girl (Copper Girl laughing Stefansson Friendly Arctic p 389 lower) (413 51230) [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Girl. Facing Page 389] 51230 [413 July 11, 1916 Kennyuk.] Individual, child, female, Inuit



032-23-24

Ikpukuak and Higgilak in Copper Eskimo dress (rear view) (414) 51233 [414 July 11, 1916 IKPUKUAK and HIGGILAK] Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



032-25-26

Ikpukuak and Higgilak in Copper Eskimo dress (front view) 51234 Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



032-27-28

Ikpukuak and Higgilak in copper Eskimo dress (rear view) typed label Copper Eskimos -- Coronation Gulf, Canada. Please credit to: Geological Survey, Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Return to: V. Stefansson 67 Morton Street New York, N.Y. [see also glass plate 004] 51235 [“Friendly Arctic” It Is Holiday Five Days Out Of Seven Among The Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 468] Individuals, Inuit



032-29-30

Diamond Jenness, Anthropologist (D. Jenness 51236) (1 of 3 views) 51236 [415 July 11, 1916 D. Jenness. Anthropologist] Individual, male



032-31-32

Diamond Jenness, Anthropologist (415) (2 of 3 views) 51236 [415 July 11, 1916 D. Jenness. Anthropologist] Individual, male



032-33-34

Diamond Jenness, Anthropologist (415) (3 of 3 views) 51236 [415 July 11, 1916 D. Jenness. Anthropologist] Individual, male



032-35-36

Sabine gulls at Baillie Islands (475 51239) (1 of 3 views) 51239 [475 July 26, 1916 Sabine gulls riding the surf] Bird, Gull, Sabine; Fauna



033-1-2

Sabine gulls at Baillie Islands (475 51239) (in emulsion: 475 Sabine Gulls B. I. July 26, 1916) (2 of 3 views) 51239 [475 July 26, 1916 Sabine gulls riding the surf.] Bird, Gull, Sabine



033-3-4

Sabine gulls at Baillie Islands (475) (3 of 3 views) 51239 [475 July 26, 1916 Sabine gulls riding the surf.] Bird, Gull, Sabine



033-5-6

Frits Johansen, botanist and marine biologist (Fritz Johanson) (416) (1 of 3 views) 51240 [416 July 11, 1916 Fritz [Frits] Johansen. Naturalist] Individual, male



033-7-8

Frits Johansen, botanist and marine biologist (416) (2 of 3 views) 51240 [416 July 11, 1916 Fritz [Frits] Johansen. Naturalist] Individual, male



033-9-10

Frits Johansen, botanist and marine biologist (416) (3 of 3 views) 51240 [416 July 11, 1916 Fritz [Frits] Johansen. Naturalist] Individual, male



033-11-12

Edna Klinkenberg (Klengenberg) and a dog (51242 Edna Klinkenburg) 51242 [468 July 26, 1916 Edna Klinkenburg [Klinkenberg] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, female;



033-13-14

Jenny and Kila Copper Eskimo girls stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division Oct 23 1927 51251 [420 July 11, 1916 Kenneyuk and Kila (various clothes and positions.)] Individuals, female, Inuit



033-15-16

Jenny and Kila, Copper Eskimo girls (420 51251 Jenny & Kila) 51251 [420 July 11, 1916 Kenneyuk and Kila (various clothes and positions.)] Dwelling,, tent; Individuals, females, Inuit



033-17-18

A summer cache Bernard Harbor (421 51252 A summer cache) (in emulsion: 421 summer...)51252 [421 July 12, 1916 Summer caches. Oliksoak Island.] Cache



033-19-20

Sinnisiak, Eskimo man (Sinnisiak 51259) 51259 [422 July 12, 1916 Sinnisiak] Individual, male, Inuit



033-21-22

Uluksuk, Eskimo man (423 51260) 51260 I[423 July 12, 1916 Uluksak [in list `Eskimos Full Face' spelled Uluksuak]] Individual, male, Inuit



033-23-24

Spotty (426 51264)) (in emulsion: Spotty) 51263 [426 July 12, 1916 Spotty] Animal, dog; Fauna



033-25-26

Sod house, winter quarters at Bernard Harbor (sod house, Stef. expedition mainland side of Dolphin & Union straits, 1915 AS (429) 51266 [429 July 12, 1916 The Southern Party's House.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Dwelling, tent;Fauna; Flag



033-27-28

Sod house, winter quarters at Bernard Harbor (51267 House - 1 Sod house at Bernard Harbor - typical of the base camps of the Expedition half page with House 2 (429) 51267 [429 July 12, 1916 The Southern Party's House.] Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna; Flag



033-29-30

The Alaska in Bernard Harbor (430) (430 - Alaska in Bernard Harbor July 12, 1916 51268) (in emulsion: 430 Alaska) 51268 [430 July 12, 1916 “Alaska” Bernard Harbour.] Flag; Individual, male; Ship, in water



033-31-32

Loading the Alaska. (431) (in emulsion: 431 Loading the Alaska) 51269 [431 July 13, 1916 Loading the Alaska] Barrels; Boat; Individuals, male; Ship, in water



033-33-34

Loading the Alaska. (431) (431 51270) 51270 [431 July 13, 1916 Loading the Alaska] Barrel; Boat; Individual, male; Ship, in water



033-35-36

The Alaska ready to leave Bernard Harbor July 1916 (432) (432 51271)(in emulsion: 432 Alaska ready to leave Bernard Harbour July 13, 1916) 51271 [432 July 13, 1916 ALASKA ready to leave.] Dwelling, tent; Ship, in water



034-1A-2A

The Alaska leaving the harbor, (Bernard) July 13, 1916 (Alaska leaving the Harbour July, 13, 1916) (436) 51272 [436 July 13, 1916 The ALASKA leaving the harbour.] Ship, in water



034-3A-4A

Last view of house at Bernard Harbor looking to sea. 1916 (“Last view of house [at Bernard Harbor] looking to sea.” between 51273 - 51280) (434) 51275 [434 July 13, 1916 The last view of the house as Bernard Harbour.] Dwelling, sod; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



034-5A-6A

View of winter quarters at Bernard Harbor Last view of the house. (View of house at Bernard Harbor) (434) 51276 [434 July 13, 1916 The last view of the house at Bernard Harbour.] Boat; Dwelling, sod; Dwelling, tent



034-7A-8A

D. Jenness saying goodbye to his family (435) 51277 [435 July 13, 1916 Jenness saying goodbye to his family] Boat; Individual, male; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male; Inuit



034-9A-10A

The Alaska leaving Bernard Harbor (432) 51278 [432 July 13, 1916 ALASKA ready to leave.] Dwelling, tent; Ship, in water



034-11A-12A

The Alaska leaving Bernard Harbor (436 51279 The “Alaska” leaving Bernard Harbor) (436) 51279 [436 July 13, 1916 ALASKA ready to leave.] Dwelling, sod; Equipment, weather; Ship, in water



034-13A-14A

Spring ice break-up at entrance to Bernard Harbor (51281 Pack ice at entrance of Bernard Harbour C.A.E. G.H. W.) (437) 51281 [437 July 13, 1916 Pan ice in the straits near Bernard Harbour.] Harbor; Ice, pack



034-15A-16A

Eider duck on nest (438) 51284 [438 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks nest. Pi-hu-mi-lak-suit.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-17A-18A

Eider duck on nest (Female King Eider) (439) (1 of 2 views) 51285 [439 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks sitting on nest.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-19A-20A

Eider duck on nest (Female King Eider) (439) (2 of 2 views) 51285 [439 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks sitting on nest.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-21A-22A

Eider duck on nest (439) (in emulsion: 439 Eider duck on nest.) 51286 [439 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks sitting on nest.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-23A-24A

Eider duck on nest (439) (in emulsion: 439 Eider ducks nest.) 51287 [439 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks sitting on nest.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-25A-26A

Eider duck on nest (439) (in emulsion: 439 Eider duck on nest.) 51288 [439 July 15, 1916 Eider ducks sitting on nest.] Bird, Duck, Eider



034-27A-28A

Diamond Jenness on board ship (440 51291) [in emulsion: 400 D. Jenness July 20, 1916] [440 July 20, 1916 D. Jenness] Animal, dog; Boat, kayak; Fauna; Individual, male; Ship



034-29A-30A

Diamond Jenness on board ship (440 51292)) 51292 [440 July 20, 1916 D. Jenness] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Ship



034-31A-32A

John J. O'Neill aboard ship (442) (1 of 2 views) 51294 [442 July 21, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male; Ship; Snowshoes



034-33A-34A

John J. O'Neill aboard ship (442 51294) (2 of 2 views) 51294 [442 July 21, 1916 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male; Ship; Sled



034-35A-36A

The dogs on the beach (444 51296 The dogs on the beach) [444 July 23, 1916 The dogs on the beach.] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



035-1-2

Spot (in emulsion: 445 small dog Spot July 23, 1916) (445 51297) [445 July 23, 1916 Spot Kagmallit [Kugmallit] dog] 51297 Animal, dog; Fauna



035-3-4

The hills at the back of Darnley Bay between Cape Lyon and Cape Parry 51299 Ice



035-5-6

The hills at the back of Darnley Bay between Cape Lyon and Cape Parry (447 51300)) 51300 [447 July 23, 1916 The hills back of Darnley Bay] Ice



035-7-8

Pierce [Pearce] Point Harbor, N.W.T. (448. G.W. Arctic Canada Pierce Point Harbour The Naval Service Ottawa Storker Storkerson 51301) 51301 [448 July 23, 1916 Pierce [Pearce] Point Harbour.] Cliff



035-9-10

Klinkenberg's camp [?] Pierce [Pearce] Point (449) [in emulsion: 449] [51302?] [449 July 23, 1915 Klinkenburgs [Klinkenbergs] camp Pierce [Pearce] Point] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



035-11-12

Cape Parry 457 (1 of 2 views) 51306 [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-13-14

Cape Parry 457 (2 of 2 views) 51306 [“Friendly Arctic” A Polar Coast In Summer—Cape Parry. Facing Page 585] [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-15-16

Coast near Cape Parry, Parry Peninsula, Mackenzie District 457 (in emulsion: 457 Coast near C...)(457 C.A.E. G.H.W.) 51314 [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-17-18

Coast near Cape Parry 457 (in emulsion: Coast near Cape Parry) (457 C.A.E. G.H.W.) 51315 [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-19-20

Coast near Cape Parry 457 (457 C.A.E. G. H. W. [51316] Arctic coast line near Cape Parry) (in emulsion: 457 Near Cape Parry. July 24) 51316 [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-21-22

Coast near Cape Parry 457 51317 [457 July 24, 1916 various views of the coast near Cape Parry] Cape Parry



035-23-24

McDonald Islands east of Cape Parry [?] 450 (1 of 4 views) [450 July 23, 1916 The first point west of Pierce [Pearce] Point] 5134-51317



035-25-26

McDonald Islands east of Cape Parry [?] 451 [in emulsion: 451 McDonald Islands east of Cape Parry] (2 of 4 views) 5134-51317 [451 July 23, 1916 Macdonald Islands east of Cape Parry]



035-27-28

McDonald Islands east of Cape Parry [?] 453 (453 C.A.E.G.H.W.) (3 of 4 views) 5134-51317 [453 July 24, 1916 Cox leaving beacon at Cape Parry.]



035-29-30

McDonald Islands east of Cape Parry [?] 455 (4 of 4 views) 5134-51317 [455 July 24, 1916 The portage behind Keats Point.]



035-31-32

Baillie Island 458 51318 [in emulsion: 458. Baillie Island July 1916.] [458 July 26, 1916 The Baillie Islands.] Dwelling, wood frame; Flag



035-33-34

Baillie Island 458 51319 [in emulsion: 458 Baillie Island] [458 July 26, 1916 The Baillie Islands.] Barrel; Dwelling,, tent; Ship



035-35-36

Larson and Hudson's Bay Post, Baillie Islands [in emulsion; 459 Larson and Hudson Bay Post B.I. July] 51320 [459 July 26, 1916 The Baillie Island Hudson Bay post and Mr Larson Manager.] Animal, dogs; Fauna; Dwelling,, wood frame; Individual, male; Pipe



036-1-2

Munalina and his year's pay [?] 461 [51322?] [461 July 26, 1916 Munalina and his outfit. (one years pay) Boat; Individual, male, Inuit



036-3-4

Village scene - Baillie Island Drying Walrus skins [in emulsion: 462] 462 51323 [462 July 26, 1916 Scenes about the village at Baillie Islands.] Ship, in water; Skins



036-5-6

Village Tents - Baillie Island 462 (462 51324) [in emulsion: 452 Village Baillie Island July 1916) 51324 [462 July 26, 1916 Scenes about the village at Baillie Islands.] Animal, dog; Boat; Dwelling,, tent; Fauna; Individual



036-7-8

Village scene - Baillie Island Drying meat 462 51325 (462 51325) [462 July 26, 1916 Scenes about the village at Baillie Islands.] Animal, dog; Boat; Fauna



036-9-10

Scene at Baillie Island? 463 [51326?] (463 51326) [463 July 26, 1916 Type of boat used on the Mackenzie (upper)] Boats



036-11-12

Charlie Klinkenberg [Klengenberg] 464 51329 (464 51329 Charlie Klinkenberg) [in emulsion: 464 Charlie...] 51329 [464 July 26, 1916 Charlie Klinkenburg [Klinkenberg] Boat; Individual, male



036-13-14

Charlie Klinkenberg's boat (i.e. Charles Klengenberg) Ship's name is Laura Waugh 465 51330 [465 July 26, 1916 Charlie Klinkenbrug [Klinkenberg] boat, the Laura Waugh] Individuals; Ship, in water



036-15-16

Charlie Klinkenberg's boat (in emulsion: 465. Klinkenburg's [Klinkenberg's] boat.) 465) 51331 [465 July 26, 1916 Charlie Klinkenbrug [Klinkenberg] boat, the Laura Waugh] Animal, dog; Boat; Fauna; Ship, in water



036-17-18

Charlie Klinkenberg and family (in emulsion: 51332) [similar to negative 001-3-4] 51332 [466 July 26, 1916 Charlie Klinkeburg and family (group)] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, children; Individuals, female; Individuals, male



036-19-20

Edna Klinkenberg 468 51333 (468 Edna Klinkenberg [Klinkenberg] 51333) 51333 [468 July 26, 1916 Edna Klinkenburg [Klinkenberg]] Individual, child, female, Inuit; Individual, child, Inuit



036-21-22

Edna Klinkenberg (girl is part white- photo taken in northern Alaska) [see also glass plate 065] 51334 Individual, female



036-23-24

Annie [?] 470 (in emulsion: Annie. Unalina's daughter) (470 51336) 51336 [470 July 26, 1916 Annie, Unalina's daughter] Individual, child, female, Inuit



036-25-26

Mamayauk [Mammayauk] half-white girl, Cape Bathurst [on emulsion: 51337] [see also glass plate 012, 040, 066, and lantern slide 147] [“Friendly Arctic” Mamayauk, Half-white Girl, Cape Bathurst. Facing Page 389] 51337 Individual, female



036-27-28

Mamayauk [Mammayauk] (51338 Eskimo girls from northern Alaska - the larger pretty girl is part white) [see also glass plate 013 and lantern slide 191] 51338 Individuals, female



036-29-30

Mammayauk and her mother 51339 Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, female



036-31-32

Mammayauk and her mother 51340 Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, female



036-33-34

Baillie Island man 473 (473 51341 Types of Baillie Islanders) (in emulsion: 473 51341 Types of Baillie Islanders July 1916) 51341 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, male, Inuit



036-35-36

Baillie Island man 473 (473 51342) 473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, male, Inuit



037-1-2

Baillie Island Eskimo family 473 (473 Types of Baillie Islanders 51343) [in emulsion: 473 B.I. types] 51343 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



037-3-4

Baillie Island Eskimos 473 (Point Barrow Couple Stephenson Friendly Arctic) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51344 [“Friendly Arctic” McKenzie Family. Facing Page 41] [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Dwelling, tent; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



037-5-6

Baillie Island Eskimo man (personal red stamp Vilhjalmur Stephenson 36 Bedford St., New York) (Types of Baillie Islanders Eskimos wearing labrets inserted in lower lip) (1 of 2 views) 51347 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, male, Inuit; Labret



037-7-8

Baillie Island Eskimo man (2of 2 views) (473) 51347 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, male, Inuit; Labret



037-9-10-11

Baillie Island Eskimo woman (right hand Friendly Arctic, Old Mackenzie Eks woman 1/2 page with “Mamayauk” half white, Cape Bathurst) (473) 51348 [“Friendly Arctic” Old Point Barrow Woman. Facing Page 744] [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, female, Inuit



037-12-13

Baillie Island woman 473 (473 Types of Baillie Islanders 51349) 51349 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Barrel; Individual, female, Inuit



037-14-15

Baillie Island couple 473 (473 Types of Baillie Islanders 51350) [in emulsion: 473 B.I. Types July] 51350 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Labret



037-16-17

Baillie Island Eskimo woman and child 473 (473 Types of Baillie Islanders 51351) 51351 [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, child, Inuit; Individual,female, Inuit



037-18-19

Sabine gulls of Baillie Island 475 51353 [in emulsion: 475. Sabine Gull. B.I.] [475 July 26, 1916 Sabine gulls riding the surf] Bird, Gull, Sabine; Fauna



037-20-21

Sabine gulls - Baillie Island 475 51354 (475 51354) [in emulsion: 475 Sabine Gulls, B. I. July 26, 1916] 51354 475 July 26, 1916 Sabine gulls riding the surf] Bird, Gull, Sabine; Fauna



037-22-23

Sanderlings - Baillie Island 476 51355 (476 51355) 51355 [476 July 26, 1916 Sanderlings] Bird, Sanderling; Fauna



037-24-25

The Rosie H at Baillie Island 477 51356 (477) 51356 [477 July 26, 1916 “Rosie H.” (schooner)] Boat; Ship, in water



037-26-27

Herschel Island (Herschel Harbor at Herschel Island) (479) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51358 [“Friendly Arctic” The Harbor And Village, Herschel Island. Facing Page 388] 51358 [479 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Harbor



037-28-29

Herschel Island 480 51359 (480 51359) 51358 [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, wood frame; Dwelling, tent; Flag



037-30-31

Herschel Island - north - east Cape of the island showing whaleboats & driftwood 480 (480 51360 G.H.W. The north East Cape of Herschel Island seen from Police Barracks, showing whale boats and driftwood on beach The Naval Service, Ottawa) 51360 [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Boat: Dwelling, wood frame



037-32-33

Herschel Island 480 51361 (480 51361) 51361 [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, tent



037-34-35

Herschel Island 480 51362 (51362) [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, tent



037-36

Herschel Island 482 51363 [482 Aug 4, 1916 Hudson Bay Factor's H. I.] Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood structure



038-1A-2A

Herschel Island 480 (51364) 51364 [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, wood frame



038-3A-4A

Herschel Island 480 51365 [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame



038-5A-6A

Herschel Island 481 51366 (481 51366) 51366 [481 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island Main Street.] Dwelling, tent; Dwelling,wood frame



038-7A-8A

Herschel Island 480 51367 (480 51367?) [in emulsion: 2 and 480 H.I.] [480 Aug 4, 1916 Herschel Island] Dwelling, wood frame



038-9A-10A

The R. N.W. M. P. coming on board at Herschel Island 484 51369 (484 51369) [484 Aug 4, 1916 R. N. W. M. P. coming on board] Boat; Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame; Flag; Individuals, male



038-11A-12A

The R. N.W.M. P. coming on board at Herschel Island 484 51370 (484 51370) [484 Aug 4, 1916 R. N. W. M. P. coming on board] Boat; Individuals, male



038-13A-14

The R. N.W. M. P. coming on board at Herschel Island (51371) 51371 [485 Aug 4, 1916 Hudson Bay schooner “Fort MacPherson”Individuals, male; Ship, deck



038-15A-16A

The Hudson Bay boat, Fort MacPherson at Herschel Island [in emulsion: 486 Hudson Bay boat Fort Macpherson H. I.] (1 of 2 views) 486 51372 (486 51372-A) Ship, in water



038-17A-18A

The Hudson Bay boat, Fort MacPherson at Herschel Island (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) (2 of 2 views) (486) 51372 951372?-B) Individuals, male; Ship, in water



038-19A-20A

Red foxes in cage 480 51373 (487 51373) [486 Aug 4, 1916 Three red and one cross fox for sale.] Animal, fox; Fauna, Individual, child, male, Inuit



038-21A-22A

Arctic cotton grass at Herschel Island (A meadow and flowers of the cotton plant - Herschel Island, North Coast of Canada please credit Department of Mines, Ottawa Canada personal red stamp: Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) [see also glass plate 254] stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51374 [“Friendly Arctic” A Meadow and Flowers of the Cotton



038-23A-24A

Daisies? [see also glass plate 255] 51375 [488 Aug 4, 1916 Daises [Daisies]] H. I. Flora, Daisies



038-25A-26A

Grave yard at Herschel Island 12 51376 (12 51376) 51376 [490 Aug 4, 1916 Grave Yards. Herschel Island] Grave yard



038-27A-28A

Grave yard at Herschel Island 490 51377 (490 51377) 51377 [490 Aug 4, 1916 Grave Yards. Herschel Island] Grave yard



038-29A-30A

Grave yard at Herschel Island (1 of 2 views) 490 51378 (490 51378) [in emulsion: 490 grave yard] [490 Aug 4, 1916 Grave Yards. Herschel Island] Grave yard



038-31A-32A

Grave yard at Herschel Island (2 of 2 views) 490 51378 [490 Aug 4, 1915 Grave Yards. Herschel Island] Grave yard



038-33A-34A

Northwest corner of Herschel Island showing erosion along the coast 491 51379 (491 51379) [491 Aug 4, 1916 N. W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion] Coast



038-35A-36A

Northwest corner of Herschel Island showing erosion along the coast 491 51380 (491 51380) [491 Aug 4, 1916 N. W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion] Coast



039-1A-2A

N.W. corner of Herschel Island showing erosion along the coast 491 51381 (491 51381) 51381 [491 Aug 4, 1916 N. W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion.] Coast



039-3A-4A

N.W. corner of Herschel Island showing coastal erosion 491 51382 (491 51382) 51382 [491 Aug 4, 1916 N. W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion.] Coast



039-5A-6A

N.W. corner of Herschel Island showing coastal cliff erosion (1 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 491. N.W. Corner of H.I. (showing erosion) Aug 4) (491 51383-B) 51383 [491 Aug 4, 1916 N. W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion.] Coast



039-7A-8A

N.W. corner of Herschel Island showing coastal cliff erosion (2 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 491. NW corner of HI showing erosion) (51383-A) 51383 [491 Aug 4, 1916 N.W. corner Herschel Island showing erosion.] Coast



039-9A-10A

Ground ice - Herschell [Herschel] Island 491 51385 [in emulsion: 491A Underground ice] (491 51385) [491A Aug 4, 1915 Underground ice. H.I.]



039-11A-12A

Umiaks at Point Hope (492 XVI Umiak 3/12″ 133 screen) 492 51386 [in emulsion: 492 Umiaks at Point Hope] 51386 [492 Aug 6, 1916 Umiaks at Point Hope] Boat, umiak; Individuals, male, Inuit



039-13A-14A

Umiaks at Point Hope 492 51387 [492 Aug 6, 1916 Umiaks at Point Hope] Boats, umiaks; Individuals, male, Inuit



039-15A-16A

Umiaks at Point Hope (492 Umiaks at Pt. Hope Chap IV) (1 of 2 views) 492 51388 (492 51388 Umiaks at Pt. Hope chap IV)[492 Aug 6, 1916 Umiaks at Point Hope] Boats, umiaks; Individuals, male, Inuit



039-17A-18A

Umiaks at Point Hope (2 of 2 views) (492) 51388 [492 Aug 6, 1916 Umiaks at Point Hope] Boats, umiaks; Individuals, male, Inuit



039-19A-20A

Mr. Hoare, Missionary at Point Hope 493 (493 Mr. Hoare, missionary at Point Hope 51389) 51389 [493 Aug 6, 1916 Mr. Hoare, missionary at Point Hope] Boat; Individual, male; Individuals, male Inuit



039-21A-22A

Eskimo girls at Pt. Barrow 496 (496 Girls at Pt. Barrow 51391) (in emulsion: 496. Scenes at Pt. Barrow) [see also lantern slide 188] 51391 [496 Aug 8, 1916 point Barrow] Individuals, female, Inuit



039-23A-24A

Eskimo girls at Point Barrow (Girls at P. Barrows 51392) 51392 [“Friendly Arctic” Eskimo School Children At Barrow. Facing Page 41] [495 Aug 8, 1916 Eskimo girls at Point Barrow] Dwelling, wood frame; Individuals, children, female, Inuit



039-25A-26A

Point Barrow - Cape Smith native village 496 (496 Pt Barrow Cape Smith native Village A 51393) [in emulsion: 496 Pt Barrow Cape] 51393 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Dwelling, wood frame



039-27A-28A

Pt. Barrow 51394 (Point Barrow, Alaska - on the northernmost point of North American arctic land Stefansson 51394) (Part of the village of Barrow, showing houses of both whites and Eskimos - at Cape Smythe, about nine miles south west of Point Barrow (use 1/2 page with picture of Herschel) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division: 51394 [“Friendly Arctic” Barrow Alaska Facing Page 27] 51394 [



039-29A-30A

Pt. Barrow. Cape Smith native village 496 51395 (496 Pt. Barrow Cape Smith native village) (in emulsion: Cape Smith) [51395?]) 51395 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Boat; Dwelling, wood frame; Individuals



039-31A-32A

Pt. Barrow [?] 496 (496 51396) 51396 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Dwelling, wood frame



039-33A-34A

Pt. Barrow [?] 496 51398 (496 51397) 51397 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Boat



039-35A-36A

Pt. Barrow [?] 496 51398 (496 51398) 51398 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Boat; Individual, male; Sled



040-0-1

Pt. Barrow 496 51399 [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Dwelling,tent; Dwelling, wood frame



040-2-3

Charles Brower and Fred Hopson at Point Barrow 51400 (51400 Barrow, Alaska Charles Brower (left) Fred Hopson (right) CAE exped 1913-1918 Brower has been most northerly citizen of U.S. for 40 years) (496) personal red in stamp: Vilhjalmur Stefansson 36 Bedford St., New York) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51400 [“Friendly Arctic” The Most Northerly Citizen of Uncle Sam for Forty



040-4-5

Point Barrow (probably Charles Brower's store) 51400a Dwelling, wood frame; Sled



040-6-7

Dogs and boats at Pt. Barrow 496 51401 (496 51401) [in emulsion: 496 Point Barrow Aug 1916] [496 Aug 8, 1916 Point Barrow] Animal, dog; Boat; Dwelling; Fauna



040-8-9

The mines, Tin City 497 51402 (497 51402) [497 Aug 10, 1916 The bluffs near Tin City] Mining town



040-10-11

The mines, Tin City 497 51403 (497 51403) [in emulsion: 497] [497 Aug 10, 1916 The bluffs near Tin City] Mining town



040-12-13

The mines, Tin City 497 51404 (497 51404) 51404 [497 Aug 10, 1916 The bluffs near Tin City] Mining town



040-14-15

The main street of Nome, Alaska [photograph printed reversed] [498 Aug 13, 1916 Nome] 51405 Nome



040-16-17

Nome, Alaska 498 51406 (498 51406) (in emulsion: 498. Nome, Alaska) (498) 51406 [498 Aug 13, 1916 Nome] Nome



040-18-19

Nome, Alaska 498 51407 (495 Nome, Alaska 51407) [in emulsion: 498 Nome, Alaska] [498 Aug 13, 1916 Nome] Nome



040-20-21

Log Cabin Club, Nome, Alaska 499 51408 (499 Log Cabin Club Nome Aug 13, 1916 51408) 51408 [499 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Log Cabin Club.] Dwelling, log



040-22-23

Log Cabin Club of Nome (Log Cabin Most Northerly Clubhouse in America - at Nome. Half - page with most northerly theatre Stefansson Friendly Arctic upper left stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51409 [“Friendly Arctic”Most Northerly Clubhouse in America—Log Cabin Club, Nome. Facing Page 27] 499 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Log Cabin Club.] Dwelling, log



040-24-25

The moving picture theater, Nome, Alaska stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51410 [“Friendly Arctic”Most Northerly Theater - Nome Facing Page 27] [500 Aug 13, 1916, Nome. Moving Picture theatre.] Dwelling



040-26-27

Scenes at the sand spit (Nome?) 501 51411 [in emulsion: 501] 51411 [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



040-28-29

Scenes at the sand spit (Nome?) 501 51412 (501 51412) [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit] Dwelling, tent; Individual, child, Inuit



040-30-31

Scenes at the sand spit (Eskimo washing clothes) [Nome?] 501 51413 (501 51413) [in emulsion: 501] [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit] Dwelling, tent; Individual, female, Inuit



040-32-33

Scenes at the sand spit Eskimo woman hanging clothes on line [Nome?] 501 51414 (501 51414) [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit] Individual, female, Inuit



040-34-35

Scenes at the sand spit. Hanging up clothes [Nome?] (1 of 2 views) 501 51415 (501 51415) [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit]Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, female, Inuit



041-1A-2A

Scenes at the sand spit. Hanging up clothes [Nome?] 501 51415 (2 of 2 views) (501 51415) 51415 [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, children, male, Inuit



041-3A-4A

Charlie Brower, Pt. Barrow, Alaska (51416 Brower Most Northerly Citizen of the United States. Half page) [on emulsion: 51416] [see also glass plate 124] 51416 Dwelling, wood frame; Individual, male



041-5A-6A

Scenes at the sand spit. Tents and camp activity (Nome?) 501 51417 [see also glass plate 096, lantern slide 463] (501 51417) 51417 [501 Aug 13, 1916 Nome. Scenes at the Sandspit]Animal, dog; Dwelling, wood frame; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



041-7A-8A

Umiaks of the King Islanders 502 51418 (Eskimo umiaks (skin boats) (personal stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue new York City) 51418 [502 Aug 13, 1916 Umiaks of the King Islanders] Animal, dog; Boat, umiak; Dwelling, tent; Dwelling, wood frame; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit



041-9A-10A

Umiaks of the King Islanders 502 51419 (502 51419) [502 Aug 13, 1916 Umiaks of the King Islanders] Animal, dog; Boat, umiak; Fauna



041-11A-12A

Umiaks of the King Islanders 502 51420 (502 51420) [502 Aug 13, 1916 Umiaks of the King Islanders] Boat, umiak; Dwelling, tent



041-13A-14A

A peculiar shaped tent 508 51421 (508 51412) 51421[503 Aug 13, 1916 A peculiar shaped tent.] Dwelling, tent



041-15A-16A

Sabine gulls at Nome 504 51423 (504 51423) [in emulsion: 504 Sea Gulls at Nome Aug [?] 1916] Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-17A-18A

Sabine gull at Nome 504 51424 (504 51424) [in emulsion: 504 Sea Gulls at Nome] Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-19A-20A

Immature Sabine gull at Nome, Aug. 1916 (504 51425) (in emulsion: 504 Sea Gulls at Nome. Aug 13th 1916) (504) 51425 Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-21A-22A

Sabine gulls at Nome 504 51426 (1 of 2 views) (in emulsion: 504. Sea Gulls at Nome Aug 13 1916) (504) 51426 Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-23A-24A

Sabine gulls at Nome 504 52426 (51426) (2 of 2 views) 51426 Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-25A-26A

Sabine gulls at Nome 51427 (1 of 2 views) [in emulsion: Sea Gulls Aug 13, 1916] [see also glass plate 096, lantern slide 463] 51427 Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



041-27A-28A

Sabine gulls at Nome 51427 (2 of 2 views) [see also glass plate 048, lantern slide 461, 462] 51427 [“Friendly Arctic” 1. Herring Gull. Facing page 332] Bird, Gull, Herring; Fauna



041-29A-30A

Dr. Newman 505 51430 (505 51430) Individual, male



041-31A-32A

The Mary Sachs and bow of North Star 505 51431 (51431 Mary Sachs and North Star) Ship, in water



041-33A-34A

The Alaska 51432 (51432 Alaska) Ship, on land



041-35A-36A

The Alaska [at Herschel Island] (51433 Alaska at Herschel Island) 51433 Ship, in water



042-1-2

The North Star the Mary Sachs and the Alaska (51434 Star, Sachs and Alaska at Herschel Island Full page, or half page with North Star 1. upper in circle 48 Stefansson Friendly Arctic same focus as I) (481) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51434 [“Friendly Arctic” Star, Sachs and Alaska at Herschel Island. Facing Page 446] Ships, in water



042-3-4

Members of the expedition 51435 Individual, child; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male



042-5-6

Jenness Diamond Jenness] packing specimens 51436 Individual, male



042-7-8

Boats in Herschel Island Harbor (Herschel Island [84 in circle] Stefansson Friendly Arctic upper 51438 Eskimo boats in Harbor half page with Herschel 2) 51438 [“Friendly Arctic” Eskimo Boats and the Alaska, Herschel Island. Facing Page 388] 51438 Boats; Ship



042-9-10

R. N. M. P. Post at Herschel Island (51440 R. N. W. M. P. post at Herschel Island) 51440 Dwelling, wood frame; Individual, male



042-11-12

Loading the Alaska at Herschel Island (506) 51443 Ship



042-13-14

Herschel Island police station (Credit Dept. of Mines Ottawa) 51445 Dwelling, wood frame



042-15-16

Underground ice with earth shoved up by the ice (51449 underground ice full page of 1/3 page with Earth Shoved up by ice, 1 and 2 [65 in circle] Stefansson Friendly Arctic lower) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51449 [“Friendly Arctic” Ground Ice. Over ten feet of clear ice and a foot of soil on top. Facing Page 515] Ice; Individual, male



042-17-18

John J. O'Neill, geologist (209 J. J. O'Neill 51548) (1 of 2 views) 51548 [209 June 10, 1915 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



042-19-20

John J. O'Neill, geologist (209 J. J. O'Neill 51548) (2 of 2 views) 51548 [209 June 10, 1915 J. J. O'Neill] Individual, male



042-21-22

John R. Cox, assistant topographer (210 J. R. Cox 51550) (1 of 3 views) 51550 [210 June 10, 1915 J. R. Cox] Individual, male



042-23-24

John R. Cox, assistant topographer (210 J. R. Cox 51550) (2 of 3 views) 51550 [210 June 10, 1915 J. R. Cox] Individual, male



042-25-26

John R. Cox, assistant topographer (Cox?) (3 of 3 views) 51550 Equipment, sextant; Individuals, male



042-27-28

John R. Cox (63 J. R. Cox 11/3/14 [March 11, 1914]) 51551) 51551 [63 March 11, 1914 John R. Cox] Individual, male



042-29-30

Mugfair (51552 #12 in Album #4 Eskimo man - Mug fair) 51552 Individual, male, Inuit



042-31-32

Mug fair [?] 51553 Individual, male, Inuit



042-33-34

Minuak, Eskimo girl (212 Minuak 51555) [see also glass plate 058, lantern slide 161] 51555 [212 June 10, 1915 Minuak] Individual, female, Inuit



042-35-36

Profile of Minuak, Eskimo girl (212 Minuak 51556 profile of 51555) 51556 [212 June 10, 1915 Minuak] Individual, child, female, Inuit



043-1-2

Kokiluka, Eskimo woman (51560 622 over 17 Portrait [8 in circle] Stefansson Friendly Arctic p 437) 51560 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Women. Facing Page 437] Individual, female, Inuit



043-3-4

Oloksoak, Eskimo man [see also glass plate 003, lantern slide 137] (Oloksoak 51561 215) (1 of 3 views) 51561 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Men. Facing Page 436] [215 June 12, 1915 Oloksoak] Individual, male, Inuit



043-5-6

Oloksoak, Eskimo man (Oloksoak near 51561 - 215) (2 of 3 views) (215) 51561 [215 June 12, 1915 Oloksoak] Individual, male, Inuit



043-7-8

Oloksoak, Eskimo man (near 51561 Copper Eskimo man - Oloksoak) (3 of 3 views) 51561 [215 June 12, 1915 Oloksoak] Individual, male, Inuit



043-9-10

Egotok, Eskimo boy (1 of 2 views) (216) [see also glass plate 054, lantern slide 159] 51564 [216 June 12, 1915 Ekotak] Individual, child, male, Inuit



043-11-12

Egotok, Eskimo boy (2 of 2 views) (216) 51564 216 June 12, 1915 Ekotak] Individual, child, male, Inuit



043-13-14

An Eskimo corpse uncovered, Cape Lambert, N. W. T. June 1915 [in emulsion: 217 [June 15, 1915] corpse uncovered] (1 of 5 views) 51566 Corpse



043-15-16

An Eskimo corpse uncovered, Cape Lambert, N. W. T. June 1915 (text reversed in emulsion: 217. An Eskimo corpse (uncovered) Cape Lambert N. W. T. Canada June 15, 1915) (2 of 5 views) 51566 [217 June 15, 1915 An Eskimo corpse] Corpse



043-17-18

An Eskimo corpse uncovered, Cape Lambert, N. W. T. June 1915 (3 of 5 views) 51566 [217 June 15, 1915 An Eskimo corpse] Corpse



043-19-20

An Eskimo corpse uncovered, Cape Lambert, N. W. T. June 1915 (4 of 5 views) 51566 [217 June 15, 1915 An Eskimo corpse] Corpse



043-21-22

An Eskimo corpse uncovered, Cape Lambert, N. W. T. June 1915 (5 of 5 views) 51566 [217 June 15, 1915 An Eskimo corpse] Corpse



043-23-24

Eskimo summer tents, Bernard Harbor (in circle 33C 3444-67 3/1/2 wide combined with 33D) 51567 Dwelling, tent; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



043-25-26

Kunmuk, Eskimo woman mending clothes (223 Kunmuk 51569) [see also lantern slide 154] (similar to view of woman opposite page 745 “Friendly Arctic” (223) 51569 [203 June 21, 1915 Kanmuk] Individual, female, Inuit



043-27-28

Kunmuk - Eskimo woman (51570 no. 113 in Album #4 Eskimo - Kunmuk) 51570 Individual, female, Inuit



043-29-30

Kunmuk, Eskimo woman mending clothes 223 (223 Kunmuk 51571) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51571 [“Friendly Arctic” Eskimo Men and Women Seem to Enjoy mending Clothes and Implements [left] Facing Page 745] 51571 [223 June 21, 1915 Kanmuk] Individual, female, Inuit



043-31-32

Kunmuk, Eskimo woman (223) (Kunmuk 51572 223) 51572 [223 June 21, 1915 Kanmuk] Individual, female, Inuit



043-33-34

Itush, Copper Eskimo man (Ituak 51574 225) 51574 [225 June 21, 1915 Ituak.] Individual, male, Inuit



043-35-36

Kupanna, Copper Eskimo girl (1 of 2 views) (226) 51575 [226 June 21, 1915 Kupana. Oloksoak's wife] Individual, female, Inuit



044-1-2

Kupanna, Copper Eskimo girl (2 of 2 views) (226) 51575 [226 June 21, 1915 Kupana. Oloksoak's wife] Individual, female, Inuit



044-3-4

Copper Eskimo women on the trail 258 51577 (About 51577 258 Women on the trail) 51577 [258 July 6, 1915 Eskimo women on the trail] Individuals, female, Inuit



044-5-6

A wounded Sabine gull 261 51582 (261 51582 Tern on ice Arctic tern 1/4 page? 74 in circle Stefansson Friendly Arctic lower left) [see also glass plate 87, lantern slide 464] (261) 51582 [“Friendly Arctic” 2. Sabine's Gull. Facing Page 332] 51582 [261 July 6, 1915 A wounded Sabine Gull] Bird, Gull, Sabine's; Fauna



044-7-8

A handy canvas canoe 268 51584 (268 51584) 51584 [268 July 8, 1915 A handy canvas canoe] Boat, canoe; Dwelling, tent; Individual, child, male, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



044-9-10

A handy canvas canoe 268 (51585) 51585 [268 July 8, 1915 A handy canvas canoe] Boat, canoe; Individual, child, male; Individual, male



044-11-12

A handy canvas canoe (51585) 51586 [268 July 8, 1915 A handy canvas canoe] Boat, canoe; Individual, child, male; Individual, male



044-13-14

The North Star stuck fast in the ice 51587 Ship, in ice



044-15-16

A horned lark 51589? (6 51589? A horned lark July 9th 1915 AS) (text reversed in emulsion: 271. A Horned Lark July 8, 1915) (1 of 3 views) 51589 [271 July 8, 1915 A horned Lark] Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-17-18

A horned lark 51589? (5 51589? Horned lark) (text reversed in emulsion: 308 Young horned lark July 21, 1916) (2 of 3 views) 51589 [308 July 21, 1915 A young horned lark] Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-19-20

A horned lark 51589? (4 51589?) (3of 3 views) 51589 [308 July 21, 1915 A young horned lark] Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-21-22

A horned lark feeding its young 273 51592 (273 51592) 51592 [273 July 9, 1915 Horned Lark feeding its young]. Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-23-24

A horned lark feeding its young (273 51593) (text reversed in emulsion: 273 A Horned Lark feeding her young July 9, 1915) (1 of 2 views) [see also lantern slides 470, 472] 51593 [273 July 9, 1915 Horned Lark feeding its young.] Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-25-26

A horned lark feeding its young (273 51593) (2 of 2 views) 51593 [273 July 9, 1915 Horned Lark feeding its young.] Bird, Lark, Horned; Fauna



044-27-28

A snow bunting's nest 275 51597 (275 51597) 51597 [275 July 9, 1915 A Snow Buntings nest] Bird, Bunting, Snow; Fauna



044-29-30

An Eider duck's nest 276 51598 (view 1 51598 color dawn 276) [see also glass plate 093] 51598 [276 July 9, 1915 An Eider Ducks nest] Bird, nest



044-31-32

Attigiak (Eskimo man) 1915 (51599 Attigiak 1915) [text reversed in emulsion: 277 Attigiak July 10, 1915] 51599 [277 July 10, 1915 Atiggiak] Individual, male, Inuit



044-33-34

Kioranna, Eskimo woman 278 51601 (51601 Kioranna 278 Atticiak's wife July 1915) 51601 [text reversed in emulsion: obscured] [278 July 10, 1915 Kioranna] Individual, female, Inuit



044-35-36

Akseatok, Eskimo man 280 51602 (51602 Akseatak 280 - in circle 400) (3 in circle - Stefansson Friendly Arctic 622 over 10 Akseatok 51602) (1 of 2 views) 51602 [280 July 10, 1915 Akseatak] Individual, male, Inuit



045-1-2

Akseatok, Eskimo man 280 51602 (2 of 2 views) (280 Akseatak near 51602)) 51602 [280 July 10, 1915 Akseatak] Individual, male, Inuit



045-3-4

Kagmailit [Kugmallit] boy in boots 51606? (51606?) 51606 [382 June 22, 1916 The progress of civilization. (a Kagmalit [Kugmallit] boy in boots and coat).] Individual, child, Inuit



045-5-6

About 1 in 3 have articles of European clothing 51607 [383 Three Kagmalit [Kugmallit] girls. (About one in three have articles of european [European] clothes).] Children, female, Inuit



045-7-8

A yellow billed loon 290 51611 (51611 yellow billed loon 1/4/page in circle 75 Stefansson Friendly Arctic lower right) [see also glass plate 091, 092, lantern slide 465] (290) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51611 [“Friendly Arctic” 3. Yellow-billed Loon. Facing Page 332] 51611 [290 July 13, 1915 A Yellow billed Loon.] Bird, Loon, Yellow-billed; Fauna



045-9-10

A yellow-billed loon 290 51611 [290 July 13, 1915 A Yellow billed Loon.] Bird, Loon, Yellow-billed; Fauna



045-11-12

Dr. Anderson and a yellow billed loon 51614 (51614 Dr. Anderson Loon) 51614 [292 July 13, 1915 Dr Anderson and a Yellow-billed Loon.] Bird, Loon, Yellow-billed; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, male



045-13-14

A Baird's Sandpiper on her nest [July 1915?] 51615 (51615 Baird's Sandpiper and her nest [July 25, 1915?]) (text reversed in emulsion: 293 A Baird's Sandpiper & it's nest July 13, 1915) [293 July 1915 A Bairds Sandpiper and Her nest.]] 51615 Bird, Sandpiper, Baird's; Fauna



045-15-16

Iguak (51618) [text reverse in emulsion: obscured] 51618 [295 July 15, 1915 Iguak] Individual, male, Inuit



045-17-18

Keggiuna, Eskimo man (in circle 1, Stefansson Friendly Arctic 2315 set up 622 over 8) 51624 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Men. Facing Page 436] 51624 [301 July 15, 1915 Kiggiuna] Individual, male, Inuit



045-19-20

Semi-plamated or ringed plover on its nest 303 51627 (303 51526) [303 July 17, 1915 A Semiplamated Plover] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



045-21-22

Semi-palmated plover on its nest 303 51627 303 (303 bird sitting on nest in Arctic 51627) (303) 51627 [303 July 17, 1915 A Semipalmated Plover] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



045-23-24

Semi-palmated plover (close - up) 303 51628 (303 Either 51628 or 51625) [303 July 17, 1915 A Semipalmated Plover] Bird, Plover, Semipalmated; Fauna



045-25-26

Kenneth Chipman and Patsie, an Eskimo boy 304 51632 (304 Kenneth Chipman and Patsie 51632) [304 July 17, 1915 K. G. Chipman and Patsie Klinkenburg [Klinkenberg]] Child, male, Inuit; Individual, male



045-27-28

Iglohuk, Eskimo man 51638 (Iglohuk 51638) (Stefansson Friendly Arctic p. 436) 51638 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Men. Facing Page 436] [309 July 21, 1915 Igluhuk] Individual, male, Inuit



045-29-30

Fritz [Frits] Johansen 51639 (51639 Fritz [Frits] Johanson 311 in circle 526) (1 of 2 views) 51639 [311 July 21, 1915 F. Johansen. Biologist, at work] Fishing; Individual, male



045-31-32

Fritz [Frits] Johansen 51639 (311 Fritz Johanson 51639 AS) 51639 [311 July 21, 1915 F. Johansen. Biologist, at work] Fishing; Individual, male



045-33-34

An Arctic poppy 312 51640 (51640) [312 July 21, 1915 An Arctic Poppy.] Flora, plant



045-35-36

Nalliluka 51641 [text reversed in emulsion: obscured] Individual, male, Inuit



046-1-2

Nalliluka 51642 (text reversed in emulsion: 313 Nalliluka) 51642 Individual, male, Inuit



046-3-4

Uttokuk 51643 (51643 Uttokuk) (text reversed in emulsion: 314 Uttokuk) 51643 Individual, male, Inuit



046-5-6

Attira, Eskimo woman 51645 (see also # 51087-89) (51645 Attiru near 51646 316) 51645 Individual, female, Inuit



046-7-8

Attira, Eskimo woman 51646 316 (see also # 51087-89) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51646 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Women. Facing Page 437] Individual, female, Inuit



046-9-10

Blasting ice from the Alaska. 51647 285 or 385 (1 of 2 views) (385 51647) 51647 [385 June 24, 1916 Blasting ice from under the Alaska] Ship, in ice



046-11-12

Blasting ice from the Alaska. 51647 285 or 385 (2 of 2 views) (285 or 385) (385) 51647 [385 June 24, 1916 Blasting ice from under the Alaska] Ship, in ice



046-13-14

Tattoo marks on Higgilak's arm 51648 (Eskimo woman) 51648 [386 June 24, 1916 Tattoo marks on Higgilak's arm.] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



046-15-16

Tattoo marks on Higgilak's arm (Eskimo woman) (2335 51649 -4- set up body tattoo 621 over 75 1/2 p. (Dupl.) “Face tattoo” in circle 71 Stefansson Friendly lower) 51649 stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51649 [“Friendly Arctic” Tattooing—Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 469] 51649 [386 June 24, 1916 Tattoo marks on Higgilak's arm.] Individual, female, Inuit



046-17-18

Packing (shifting) camp to the fishing creek 51650 (Copper Eskimos enlarge 4051/8″ Return to London General Press) stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51650 [“Friendly Arctic” Summer Travel With Pack Dogs. Copper Eskimos. Facing Page 370] Fishing; Individuals, male, Inuit



046-19-20

Some of the people at the fishing creek already had a quantity of fish 51655 Dwelling, tent; Fishing; Individuals, male, Inuit



046-21-22

Eskimo group at the fishing creek 51656 (Group at the fishing creek 51656) 51656 Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



046-23-24

Group at the fishing creek 51657 (390 Group at the fishing creek 51657 LB 1724) [390 June 30, 1916 A group at the fishing creek] Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



046-25-26

Hacking a way through the ice ridges from the sleds (51664) 51664 Equipment, axe; Individuals, male; Sled



046-27-28

Two Eskimo men with their bows and arrows 51667 (51667 Bowmen in circle 103 Copper Eskimo bowmen enlarge to 3 1/2″ return to London General Press) 51667 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Bowmen. Facing Page 412] Bow and Arrow; Individuals, male, Inuit



046-29-30

The crew of one of the expedition ships 51668 (51668) (1 of 2 views) 51668 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Ship, deck



046-31-32

The crew of one of the expedition ships 51668 (51668) (2 of 2 views) 51668 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Ship, deck



046-33-34

A man standing on a pile of heaved ice (51674) 51674 Ice; Individual, male



046-35-36

Two Eskimo men demonstrating use of bows 51678 (text reversed in emulsion: 361 Eskimo Archery) (1 of 2 views) [see also glass plate 008, lantern slide 129]] 51678 [“Friendly Arctic” Copper Eskimo Bowmen. Facing Page 412] [361 Sept 6, 1915 Eskimo Archery.] Bow and Arrow; Individuals, male, Inuit



047-0A-1A

Two Eskimo men demonstrating use of bows 51678 (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) (2 of 2 views) 51678 [361 Sept 6, 1915 Eskimo Archery.] Individual, male, Inuit



047-2A-3A

Storker Storkerson 51679 (51679 Storker Storkerson) 51679 Individual, male



047-4A-5A

Coastal scene, snow and ice 98 51680 (98 51680) [98 March 28, 1914 A lead of open water prevented us from joining the party] Ice



047-6A-7A

Martin Kilian and the monument he built at Storkerson's farthest. 51683 stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 51683 [“Friendly Arctic” Martin Kilian And the Monument He Built At Storkerson's Farthest. Facing Page 697]



047-8A-9A

A sod hut 51688 (51688) 51688 Animal, dog; Dwelling, sod; Fauna



047-10A-11A

Schooner anchored and unloading supplies [“Mary Sachs” at Cape Kellett?] 51689 (51689 envelop) 51689 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male; Ship, in ice



047-12A-13A

“Mary Sachs” being unloaded at Collinson Point, Alaska 51690 (1 of 2 views) 51690 Ship, in water



047-14A-15A1

“Mary Sachs” being unloaded at Collinson Point, Alaska 51690 (2 of 2 views) 51690 Animal, dog; Fauna: Individuals, male; Sled



047-16A-17A

51691 (Next to (51691A) 51691 which is listed as “Building dog stable at Collinson Point”) 51691 Dwelling, sod; Individual, male



047-18A-19A

1-1: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (1 of 17 views) [Eskimo squaw & Maurer (Frederick W.) aboard Bear enroute to Nome, Alaska Sept. 1914] in circle 681 stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton - Individual, female, Inuit, Individual, male



047-20A-21A

1-2: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (2 of 17 views) [Left to right Hadley (John) & Maurer (Frederick W.) aboard Bear enroute to Nome, Alaska Sept 1914] in circle 680 stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton] Individuals, male



047-22A-23A

1-3: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (3 of 17 views) [Camp at Rogers Harbor Wrangel Island June 1914 - in circle 679 stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton] Dwelling, tent; Flag; Individuals, male



047-24A-25A

1-4: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangle Island. (4 of 17 views) [Maurer (Frederick W.) with the Karluk's cat which he saved from the wreck and brought safe to his home, in Ohio after all the Wrangell [Wrangel] adventures] in circle 678] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male;



047-26A-27A

1-5: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (5of 17 views) [Maurer (Frederick W.) with Karluk in background - in circle 676] Individual, male; Ship



047-28A-29A

1-6: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (6 of 17 views) [Fred Maurer and the baby & Eskimo girl Makpek, Both the ship's baby and the ship's cat were fat and happy through all the vicissitudes of the shipwrecked crew and are both still living, the girl grown to



047-30A-31A

1-7: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (7 of 17 views) [The flag at half mast by the grave of George Malloch on Wrangell [Wrangel] Island, summer 1914 - Use half page near p. 39 Use together with picture of Karluk with skin boat. in circle 647] Flag; Individual, male



047-32A-33A

1-8: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (8 of 17 views) [Raising the flag to reaffirm the British right to Wrangel based on its discovery by Captain Henry Kellett of the Royal navy in 1849. Flag being hauled up by Frederick Maurer assisted by Robert Templeman, July 1



047-34A-35A

1-9: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (9 of 17 views) [Munro cutting up seal Rodgers Harbor June 1914 - stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton - in circle 645] Individual, male; Seal



048-1-2

1-10: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (10 of 17 views) [Snow house at icy Spit, Wrangell [Wrangel] inhabited march 1914 until it melted early in May 3″ single...Premier Mag.- in circle 644] Individual, male



048-3-4

1-11: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (11 of 17 views) [Captain Jack Hadley bringing home a seal at Waring Point Wrangell [Wrangel] Island April 1914 - in circle 643] Animal, seal; Fauna; Individual, male



048-5-6

1-12: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (12 of 17 views) [Camp at Rodgers Harbor, summer of 1914. Use full or half page as desired Use near p. 37 of MS - in circle 641] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



048-7-8

1-13: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (13 of 17 views) [Beach with drift wood Wrangell [Wrangel] Island - in circle 640]



048-9-10

1-14: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (14 of 17 views) [Munro and Templeman (Robert) at Rodgers harbor - dining on sealmeat and tea. 31/2″ single rule if any...mag - in circle 642] Individuals, male



048-11-12

1-15: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (15 of 17 views) [Brady (John) on board Karluk before the wreck. - in circle 685] Individual, male



048-13-14

1-16: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (16 of 17 views) [Fred Maurer equipped for hunting - Wrangell [Wrangel] Island, spring of 1914 Use half or full page where wanted in latter half of book. - in circle 684] Dwelling, tent; Gun; Individual, male



048-15-16

1-17: Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The Karluk survivors on Wrangle Island, Jan.-Sept. 1914 Most of these photographs appear in Stefansson's book, The Adventure of Wrangel Island. (17 of 17 views) [Maurer (Frederick W.) with first seal shot by the Karluk party on Wrangell [Wrangel], 1914] - in circle 683] Animal, seal; Gun; Individual, male



048-17-18

2 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The camp before the log and snow covering was erected. Note the pile of large drift logs which were used for building the house and for fuel. [Bernard Harbor?] Dwelling, tent



048-19-20

3 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Coal seam on the north coast of Banks Island - discovered by Wilkins, 1916 (325) [325 March 13, 1916 Coal seam in river bank west of Cape Wrottesly]



048-21-22

4 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Camp on the sea ice Crawford, Johansen, Anderson, McConnell and Stefansson. Animal, dog; Dwelling,, tent; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



048-23-24

5 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) A stop for lunch on Barter Island, March 17, 1914 (On way to Martin Point) (422) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



048-25-26

7 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Leaving Collinson Point for Martin Point, 16 March 1914 Animal, dogs; Equipment, camera; Equipment; odometer; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male; Sled



048-27-28

8-1 Canadian Arctic Expedition (1 of 2 views) (unnumbered) The survey party, Cape Barrow Aug 11, 1915 (in emulsion: 315 The survey party. Cape Barrow. Aug 11, 1915) [315 Aug 17, 1915 The Survey Party] Individuals, male



048-29-30

8-2 Canadian Arctic Expedition (2 of 2 views) (unnumbered) The survey party, Cape Barrow Aug 11, 1915 [315 Aug 17, 1915 The Survey Party] Individuals, male



048-31-32

9 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Cox, Chipman and Peterson on way to Herschel Island for survey work [in emulsion: 83. Cox Chipman Peterson on the way to Herschel Island] [83 March 17, 1914 Chipman, Cox and Peterson.] Animal, dog; Fauna; Equipment; odometer; Individuals, male



048-33-34

10 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Leffingwell's house on Flaxman Island. [Leffingwell's house at Flaxman island Chapt XIV (personal stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue New York City Animal, dogs; Dwelling, sod; Fauna; Individuals, children



048-35-36

11 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Cape Smythe (Point Barrow) whaling station in winter showing some umiaks put up on racks for winter and others stripped of their skin covers. The Naval Service Ottawa Boats, umiaks; Dwelling, wood frame



049-1-2

12 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) wounded bear at bay, Collinson Inlet, July 1914 (in emulsion: 24 wounded bear at bay Collinson July 1917) Animal, bear; Animal, dog; Fauna



049-3-4

13 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) A hare-lipped (harelip) Eskimo (LB 1724 368 An hare lipped Eskimo in circle 541)) [368 March 9, 1916 A hare-lipped eskimo[Eskimo]] Individuals, children, Inuit: Individual, male, Inuit



049-5-6

14 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Taking a sounding Equipment, sounding; Individual, male



049-7-8

15 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Mrs. Seymore, [Seymour] wife of second officer of the Polar Bear (359) (text reversed in emulsion: 359 Mrs. Seymore) [359 May 1, 1916 Mrs Seymour (plate)] Individual, female, Inuit



049-9-10

16 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) The men who hauled Stefansson after he had sprained his ankle. [Probably Emiu, Nathusiak, A. Castel] Individuals, male, Inuit; Individual, male; Sled



049-11-12

17 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Storkerson in center with “Jack” Hadley on his left, and crew of “Polar Bear and Eskimo seamstresses. Individuals, children; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male; Inuit; Individuals, male



049-13-14

18 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Stefansson examining an ice pressure ridge (Stefansson examining an ice pressure ridge in search of the easiest place to make a road for sledges. Individual, male



049-15-16

19 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Karluk jammed in ice off north coast Alaska, pumping fresh water aboard from pools that form on ice - stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton - Individuals, male; Ship, deck



049-17-18

20 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Bjarne Mamen aboard Karluk off north coast Alaska, August 1913 Premier mag. Individual, male



049-19-20

21 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) George Malloch aboard Karluk taking observations off north coast Alaska. - stamped Peck's Studio, Akron, Barberton - Animal, dog, Equipment, sextant; Fauna; Individual, male



049-21-22

22 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) (1 of 2 views) Stefansson's party leaving the Karluk for a hunting trip saying goodbye to Stefansson - the last dressed in a white coat bending over inspecting the dog harnesses. Sept. 20, 1913 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Ship, in ice;Sled



049-23-24

22 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) (2 of 2 views) Stefansson's party leaving the Karluk for a hunting trip saying goodbye to Stefansson - the last dressed in a white coat bending over inspecting the dog harnesses. Sept. 20, 1913 Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Ship, in ice; Sled



049-25-26

23 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Polar Bear. [Taking on water?] Individuals, male; Ship, in water



049-27-28

24 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Snow house erected on Icy Spit, Wrangell [Wrangel] Island after arrival there of explorers, March 12, 1914 (typed label: Snow house erected on Icy Spit, Wrangell island after arrival there of explorers., March 12, 1914. Photograph from V. Stefansson. C. Dorr News - 7 Bank St., N.Y. (return please to C. H.D.) Dwelling, snow; Individual, male



049-29-30

25-1 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Crossing a lead on ice trip of 1914 (1 of 3 views) Individuals, male; lead



049-31-32

25-2 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Crossing a lead on ice trip of 1914 (2 of 3 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male: lead; Sled



049-33-34

25-3 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Crossing a lead on ice trip of 1914 (3 of 3 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male: lead; Sled



049-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Maurer on shipboard bound from Wrangell [Wrangel] to the Pacific Individual, male



050-1A-2A

The Karluk just before she sank, showing, suspended below the bowsprit, the umiak or walrus hunting boat mentioned by Hadley Use half page near p. 39 Ms. use together with picture of Malloch's grave / Another copy, on typed label: Last view taken of the Karluk before the sun disappeared. At that time the vessel was in about latitude 74 degrees Nov. 1913 Photograph from V. Stefansson, C, Dorr News. - stamped Peck's



050-3A-4A

27 Herschel Island 483 Herschel Island (In circle: 51368 wrong G.S. #) most northerly Canadian white settlement 1/2 page Use with “Barrow, Alaska, most northerly white settlement in US. Territory” Boats; Dwelling, wood frame; Individuals; Flag



050-5A-6A

27 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Monument and record left on the New Land discovered 1915



050-7A-8A

28-1 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (1 of 23) Half caste Esk Barter Is May & Joe children of Ikkaynak 3304 & white father Individuals, children, male



050-9A-10A

28-2 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (2 of 23) Half caste Eskimo May & Joe 3309 see 3308 Individuals, children, male



050-11A-12A

28-3 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (3 of 23) Aiakok Es Barter Is. Individual, male, Inuit



050-13A-14A

28-4 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (4 of 23) Esk. Half Caste Flax 3310 Older is son of Saxawanna and Derkkumanna (?) 3300 -3301 younger a half caste Individuals, children, male



050-15A-16A

28-5 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (5 of 23) Esk. Flaxman Oyarak & wife (Sirkinuk) spelling of wifes name doubtful for I have never personally clarified it VS Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Labret



050-17A-18A

28-6 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (6 of 23) Esk - Flaxman 3311 Oyarak & wife see 3312 Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male; Inuit; Labret



050-19A-20A

28-7 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (7 of 23) (on emulsion: 3313) Esk - Flaxman Ig-ler-ox = Illerox of Kogru) Indent doubtful - ask Dr. Howe Individual, female, Inuit



050-21A-22A

28-8 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (8 of 23) Niks-hrak & Oyarak Esk - Flaxman Individuals, male, Inuit



050-23A-24A

28-9 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (9 of 23) 3315 Esk Flaxman Niks hrak & Oyarak see 3314 Individuals, male, Inuit



050-25A-26A

28-10 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (10 of 23) Son of Daklumanna (3301) (on emulsion; 3316) Esk of Flaxman Individual, child, male, Inuit



050-27A-28A

28-11 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (11 of 23) (on emulsion; 3317) Esk of Flaxman Individual, child, male, Inuit



050-29A-30A

28-12 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (12 of 23) Esk Flaxman 3318 Foster mother of 3316 and her son Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



050-31A-32A

28-13 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (13 of 23) Esk Flaxman 3319 see 3318 Individuals, male, Inuit



050-33A-34A

28-14 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (14 of 23) (on emulsion: 3320) Esk Flaxman Igleroxunt child on back Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, child, Inuit



050-35A-36A

28-15 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (15 of 23) Esk between Flaxman Is & Colville 3321 Taglukhrak & wife Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



051-1-2

28-16 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (Taglulkrak & wife Esk Between Flaxman & Colville) [written on emulsion: 3322] (16 of 23 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Tool, knife; Tool, shovel



051-3-4

28-17 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 (Esk. between Flaxman & Colville. 3323 Daak siak and wife (17 of 23 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



051-5-6

28-18 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 Esk - Flaxman 3324 - and wife This woman suffered for years with a “devil” in her head whenever her husband fired a gun (18 of 23 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



051-7-8

28-19 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 Esk Flaxman Is Kissik and Da aksiak [written on emulsion: 3325] (19 of 23 views) Individual, male, Inuit



051-9-10

28-20 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimos of Flaxman and Barter Islands (29 portraits) 3300 - 3329 Kessik and Dwlsook [written on emulsion: 3326] (20 of 23 views) Individuals, male, Inuit



051-11-12

28-21 Canadian Arctic Expedition Eskimo - Flaxman Ive May and iglerox's by first 2 half castes [written on emulsion: 3327] (21 of 28 views) Individuals, children, Inuit



051-13-14

28-22 Canadian Arctic Expedition Kissik and - (22 of 23 views) [written on emulsion: 3328] Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



051-15-16

28-23 Canadian Arctic Expedition Esk - Flaxman 3329 Kissik - see 3328 (23 of 23 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



051-17-18

29-1 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (1 of 10 views) Esk - Flax 3332 - scraping skin with (?) Individual, female; Inuit



051-19-20

29-2 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (2 of 10 views) Saxarvanna & Nikshrak Esk - Flax. Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Inuit; Sled



051-21-22

29-3 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (3 of 10 views) Wikshrak Tullik & Nagoroak Nagaroak adopted child Tully has spinal tuberculosis [written on emulsion: 333e1/2] Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Sled



051-23-24

29-4 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (4 of 10 views) [written on emulsion: 3331] Esk - Flax Deklumanna digging ugrug. Boat, umiak; Individual, Inuit



051-25-26

29-5 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (5 of 10 views) [written on emulsion: 3333] 3303 Bending position of Esk & whites. Individuals, Inuit; Individuals, male; Tool, knife; Tool, shovel



051-27-28

29-6 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (6 of 10 views) (Esk Flaxman Daklumanna and Ikkaynak scraping skins) Individuals, Inuit



051-29-30

29-7 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (7 of 10 views) Esk Flaxman 3335 Woman skinning deer Animal, deer; Fauna; Individuals, female, Inuit



051-31-32

29-8 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (8 of 10 views) [written on emulsion: 3334 Esk Flax Bending positions of Eskimo Taken while digging “A6” at E end of Flaxman Individuals, Inuit



051-33-34

29-9 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (9 of 10 views) [written on emulsion: 3337] Digging SE point of Flaxman Individuals, Inuit



051-35-36

29-10 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3330-3335 3337-3338 Eskimos of Flaxman Island at work (10 views) (10 of 10 views) Esk Flaxman Digging grave shown in 3337 [written in emulsion: 3338] Grave



052-1-2

30-1 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (1 of 15 views) 3300 Esk. Flax. Sa'xawanna born at Cape Smith his father a prominent medicine man there. Saxawanna mentioned as Sakravachiak (Sp?) by St. Jarvis rescued Petrie on his Colville River trip - seen by Jarvis at Pt. Hope Individual, male. Inuit; Labret



052-3-4

30-2 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (2 of 15 views) Esk - Flaxman Is 3301 - Doklumanna (K?) born Pt. Hope - wife of Saxawanna (3300) [written on emulsion: 3301] front view no 3302 Individual, female, Inuit



052-5-6

30-3 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (3 of 15 views) Daklumanna 3302 Esk Flaxm see 3301 for side view and [in emulsion: 3302] Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



052-7-8

30-4 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (4 of 15 views) —older & Shinigak children of Saxawanna 3300 and Doklumanna (3301) [in emulsion: 3303] Individuals, children, Inuit



052-9-10

30-5 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (5 of 15 views) 3304 Esk of Barter Is Ikkaynak born Icy Reef at present wife of which man (2 children) but has son full Eskimo - Aiakok Individual, female, Inuit



052-11-12

30-6 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (6 of 15 views) [written on emulsion: 3305] Ikkaynak Es Barter Is. Individual, Inuit



052-13-14

30-7 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (7 of 15 views) Esk Barter is 3306 Aia' kok Son ikkayuak (3304-5) and Icy Reef (?) man 15 (?) years old Individual, male, Inuit



052-15-16

30-8 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (8 of 15 views) Esk - Flax. Saxawanna Ice House and House Houses are Nikshrak's [written on emulsion: 3340] Dwelling, ice; Individual, male, Inuit



052-17-18

30-9 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (9 of 15 views) West Esk. Dancing under umiak [written on emulsion: 3343] Animal, dog; Boat, umiak; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit



052-19-20

30-10 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (10 of 15 views) West Esk. Dancing under umiak [written on emulsion: 3344] Boat, umiak; Drums; Individuals, male,Inuit



052-21-22

30-11 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (11 of 15 views) Dancing under umiak [in emulsion: 3345] Boat, umiak; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit;



052-23-24

30-12 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (12 of 15 views) Iglerox? [written on emulsion: 3346] Individual, Inuit



052-25-26

30-13 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (13 of 15 views) Daklumanna & boys in house - winter - flash light [written on emulsion: 3347] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Tattoo



052-27-28

30-14 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (14 of 15 views) Tullib & Nagoroak Esk flax [written on emulsion: 3348] Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



052-29-30

30-15 Canadian Arctic Expedition 3340, 3343-3349 Eskimos of Flaxman islands - Misc. includes music & dancing scenes (8 views) (15 of 15 views) Esk - Flaxman 3349 Kaffok (biggest girl) and two others Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, child, female, Inuit



052-31-32

31 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) Mr. Stefansson taking observations at Cape Isachsen 1916 Similar to # 50694 [in emulsion: 4 Stefansson taking observations south of Cape Isach 1916] Dwelling, tent: Individual, male



052-33-34

32 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) (60) Mary Sachs in ice, March 11, 1914 (Probably at Collinson Point, Banks Island) [60 March 11, 1914 The “Mary Sachs” in winter quarters]



052-35-36

33 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered) (206) Spring tent, West Esk. [51581??] (Spring tent (4 to select from) West Esk 206) [206 June 10, 1915 An Eskimo camp near Bernard Harbour.] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male



053-1A-2A

34 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered but identified) (234) Spring, inland C.A.E. G. H. W.[234 June 23, 1915 A miniature rapid. Water draining from the hills]



053-3A-4A

35 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered but identified) shelter for the pups July 23, 1916 (51798 (must be wrong # since this is listed as Marsh hawk nest & eggs)) [in emulsion..pups July 23, 1916] [446 July 23, 1916 Comfortable quarters for the pups.] Animal, dog; Fauna



053-5A-6A

36 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered but identified) (420) Wife of Mike (420 wife of Mike A) Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



053-7A-8A

37 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered but identified) 54753 appears to be wrong no. Caption on photo: [?] upon ice near Cape James Ross, Melville Island, 1916 Caption on back of photo: typical of SE coast of New Land (346) (in emulsion:...upon ice. Near Cape James Ross, Melville Island [April 17, 1916]) [346 April 17, 1916 A lump of mud shoved up by the ice near Cape James Ross. Melville Island] Individuals, male



053-9A-10A

38 Canadian Arctic Expedition (unnumbered but identified) Caption on photo - Cape Airy. Melville island. [U.S. Navy H.O. Pub no 77 Sailing directions for Northern Canada lists Cape Airy as on Cornwallis Island (in emulsion: 347. Cape Airy. Melville Island...[April 17, 1916]) (347) [in emulsion: 347 Cape Airy Melville Island...] [347 April 17, 1916 Cape Airy]



053-11A-12A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: V.S. [Vilhjalmur Stefansson] on Banks Island, 1914 AS stamped Geological Survey of Canada No. 50869 Photographic Section May 21, 1958 50869 [see also glass plate 123] Individual, male



053-13A-14A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: Repairing sled [“Friendly Arctic” Repairing a Broken Sled. Facing Page 143] Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



053-15A-16A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: Cache and trap Cache; Trap



053-17A-18A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: Formal portrait of seven men, front row, second from left, Vilhjalmur Stefansson Individuals, male; Flag; Snowshoes



053-19A-20A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: Ten men in dress suits on board ship, Vilhjalmur Stefansson in center Individuals, male; Ship



053-21A-22A

C.A.E. 1913 - 1918 Misc. file: Seven men in parkas in a snowy wooded spot Individuals, male



053-23A-24A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 1 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (1 of 4 views) Dwelling, tents



053-25A-26A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 1 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (2 of 4 views) Dwelling, tents; Ship, in ice



053-27A-28A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 1 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (3 of 4 views) Dwelling, tents; Ship, in ice



053-29A-30A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 1 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (4 of 4 views) Ship, in ice



053-31A-32A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 2 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (1 of 4 views) Boat; Dwelling, sod; Dwelling, tent; Equipment, weather instruments; Instruments, weather



053-33A-34A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 2 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (2 of 4 views) (220) [220 June 20, 1915 The store tents still blocked with snow.] Dwelling, tents; Individual, male



053-35A-36A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 2 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (3 of 4 views) (260 Winter house and tents at Bernard Harbor) [260 July 6, 1915 There was still some snow around the tents] Dwelling, sod; Dwelling, tents



054-1A-2A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos. 2 [Bernard Harbor camp?] (4 of 4 views) Dwelling, sod; Sled



054-3A-4A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Loons in tundra pond] (1 of 12 views) 244 C.A.E. G. H. W. [244 July 4, 1915 A pair of King Eiders] Bird, Eider, King;



054-5A-6A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl's nest?] (2 of 12 views) Bird, nest



054-7A-8A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl's nest?] (3 of 12 views) Bird, nest



054-9A-10A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl's nest?] (4 of 12 views) Bird, nest



054-11A-12A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl on nest] (5 of 12 views) Bird, Owl, Snowy



054-13A-14A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl's nest?] (6 of 12 views) Bird, Owl, Snowy



054-15A-16A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [Snowy owl's nest?] [on emulsion: IIIX, suggesting image is reversed] (7 of 12 views) Bird, Owl, Snowy



054-17A-18A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] (8 of 12 views) Bird, nest



054-19A-20A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] [nest site as in 044-23-24 which is 273 July 9, 1915 horned lark] (9 of 12 views) Bird, nest



054-21A-22A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] (10 of 12 views) Bird, Bunting, Snow



054-23A-24A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] (11 of 12 views) Bird, Bunting, Snow



054-25A-26A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 3 [Birds and eggs] (12 of 12 views) Bird



054-27A-28A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (1 of 13 view) [435 July 12, 1916 Spotty] Animal, dog; Fauna



054-29A-30A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (2 of 13 view) [428 July 12, 1916 Doc] Animal, dog; Fauna



054-31A-32A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (3 of 13 view)] Animal, dog; Fauna



054-33A-34A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (4 of 13 view)] Animal, dog; Fauna



055-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (5 of 13 view)] (228 A typical “husky” dog AS) [228 June 22, 1915 An Eskimo dog Episuak] Animal, dog; Fauna



055-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (6 of 13 view)] Animal, dog; Fauna



055-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (7 of 13 view)] Animal, dogs; Fauna



055-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (8 of 13 view)] (in emulsion: IVX -suggesting image is reversed) Animal, dog; Fauna



055-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (9 of 13 view)] [dogs in harness] Animal, dogs; Fauna



055-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (10 of 13 view)] (A typical Eskimo dog - they are well-furred and have sound feet but lack the strength and endurance of the better sort of “civilized” dogs Animal, dog; Fauna



055-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (11 of 13 view)] Animal, dog; Fauna



055-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 4 [Dogs] (12 of 13 view)] [443 July 23, 1916, (Billy, a Nome dog, leader)] Animal, dog; Fauna



055-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (1 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



055-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (2 of 14 views) (Polar Bear in background? AS Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Ship; Sled



055-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (3 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



055-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (4 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



055-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (5 of 14 views) (Eskimos traveling) Animal, dogs; Equipment, weather instrument; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



055-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (6 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals



055-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (7 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit; Sleds



055-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (8 of 14 views) (personal stamp Paul R. Reynolds 70-5th Avenue new York City) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit; Sleds



055-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (9 of 14 views) (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) Animal, dogs; Equipment, axe; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



055-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (10 of 14 views) (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



056-1A-2A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (11 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit; Sled



056-3A-4A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (12 of 14 views) (Spring A camp on the New Land - meat of many reindeer piled up - a man looking through field glasses for game) Animal, dogs; Dwelling, tent; Equipment, binoculars; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



056-5A-6A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (13 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals; Sled



056-7A-8A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 5 [Dog sleds] (14 of 14 views) Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit; Sled



056-9A-10A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (1 of 25 views) (Imprint: Geographical Survey of Canada) (stamped Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division 43198 - hand written correction: caption for this # from Geol. Survey is “Expedition sled dogs” /Geol. Survey #45198 is “Looking across Moberly Creek” must be wrong #) [Fritz [Frits] Johansen,



056-11A-12A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (2 of 25 views) Grave; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Individuals, male



056-13A-14A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (3 of 25 views) (W. G. Baur May 1916 304?) [in emulsion: 354 W. Bauer May 1, 1916] [354 May 1, 1916 W. Bauer. (plate)] Dwelling, interior; Individual, male



056-15A-16A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (4 of 25 views) Equipment, shovel; Individual, male;



056-17A-18A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (5 of 25 views) (Martin Killian [Killian]?) Individual, male



056-19A-20A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (6 of 25 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



056-21A-22A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (7 of 25 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, female; Individual, male; Pipe; Ship



056-23A-24A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (8 of 25 views) Dwelling, wood; Individual, male



056-25A-26A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (9 of 25 views) Dwelling,wood; Individuals, male



056-27A-28A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (10 of 25 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Dwelling, log; Individual, male



056-29A-30A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (11 of 25 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male



056-31A-32A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (12 of 25 views) (335 [Melville Island? Mr/Ap. 1916]) [in emulsion: April 10, 1916] [335 April 10, 1916 Geo. H. Wilkins wearing a face mask] Animal, dogs; Fauna; Individual, male



056-33A-34A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (13 of 25 views) Cooking; Equipment, shovel; Individual



056-35A-36A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (14 of 25 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male



057-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (15 of 25 views) (The party which discovered new land in the Arctic Left to right: Ole Anderson, Storker Storkerson, Charles Thompson and Vilhjalmur Stefansson) Individuals, male



057-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (16 of 25 views) (left, Storker Storkerson with Vilhjalmur Stefansson) Individuals, male



057-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (17 of 25 views) Individual, male; Sled



057-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (18 of 25 views) [80] (Capt. Nahmens) 80 March 15, 1914 Capt Nahmens] Individual, male



057-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (19 of 25 views) (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) (Pa asi oloksak Si Pi Tak Ka at) Dwelling, tent; Individuals, male, Inuit; Individuals, male



057-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (20 of 25 views) (454 5120s? A) [454 July 24, 1916 Corporal Bruce, Patsie, Cox and O'Neill] [Boat; Individuals, male, Inuit; Individual, male



057-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 6 [Expedition members and other white men] (21 of 25 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, male; Sled



057-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (1 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



057-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (2 of 18 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



057-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (3 of 18 views) Individual, female, Inuit



057-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (4 of 18 views) (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) Eye, protection; Individual, female, Anita; Individual, male, Inuit; Ship



057-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (5 of 18 views) Individuals, male, Inuit; Pipe



057-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (7 of 18 views) [back load] Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



057-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (8 of 18 views) Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



057-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (9 of 18 views) Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



057-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (10 of 18 views) Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



057-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (11 of 18 views) Equipment, pail; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



057-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (12 of 18 views) [in emulsion: obscured: possibly 256] Equipment; Hunting; Individuals, male, Inuit



058-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (13 of 18 views) Equipment; Hunting; Individuals, male, Inuit



058-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (14 of 18 views) Hunting equipment; Individual, male, Inuit



058-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (15 of 18 views) Dwelling, tent; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit



058-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (16 of 18 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit; Individuals, male



058-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (17 of 18 views) (in emulsion: VIX -suggesting image is reversed) [calf] Animal; Fauna; Individual, female



058-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 7 [Eskimos] (18 of 18 views) (in emulsion: VX -suggesting image is reversed) [calf] Animal; Fauna; Individual, female



058-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (1 of 18 views) Dwelling, sod; Individual, male, Inuit; Pipe



058-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (2 of 18 views) Hat, derby; Individual, male, Inuit



058-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (3 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



058-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (Don't recollect this man - evidently an eskimo) (4 of 18 views) Fish; Individual, male, Inuit



058-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (5 of 18 views) Boat, on ice; Individual, male, Inuit



058-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (6 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



058-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (7 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



058-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (8 of 18 views) (Baillie Island type?) [469 July 26, 1916 Edna Klinkenberg's beau, Ikey Bolt] [see 001-1-2] Individual, male, Inuit



058-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (9 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



058-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (10 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



058-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (11 of 18 views) [text reversed in emulsion: 294 July 15, 1915 Kaminumuk] Individual, male, Inuit



058-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (13 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



059-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (14 of 18 views) Individual, male, Inuit



059-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (15 of 18 views) [text reversed in emulsion: 215 Olosoak Bernard Harbour June 12, 1915]



059-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (16 of 18 views) [text reversed in emulsion: 214 Kokiluka June 12, 1915] Individual, male, Inuit



059-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (17 of 18 views) [text reversed in emulsion: 297 July 15, 1915 Itkogluka] Individual, male, Inuit



059-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 8 [Portraits of Eskimo men] (18 of 18 views) [473 July 26, 1916 Types of Baillie Islanders] Individual, male, Inuit



059-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (1 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (2 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (3 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (4 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (5 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (6 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (7 of 11 views)(Gunenana? see #51100) Individual, female, Inuit



059-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (8 of 11 views) (Gunenana? see #51100) Individual, female, Inuit



059-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (9 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (10 of 11 views)[the women on p. 282 if My Life With the Eskimos] Individuals, female, Inuit



059-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 9 [Portraits of Eskimo women] (11 of 11 views) Individual, female, Inuit



059-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (1 of 14 views) Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



059-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (2 of 14 views) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, children, Inuit



060-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (3 of 14 views) Individuals, children, Inuit



060-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (4 of 14 views) Individuals, children, Inuit



060-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (5 of 14 views) Dwelling, tent; Individuals, children, Inuit



060-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (6 of 14 views) Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



060-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (7 of 14 views) Eye, protection; Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



060-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (8 of 14 views) Individual, child, Inuit



060-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (9 of 14 views) Individual, child, Inuit



060-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (10 of 14 views) Individual, male child, Inuit



060-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (11 of 14 views) Individual, male child, Inuit



060-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (12 of 14 views) Individual, male child, Inuit



060-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (13 of 14 views) [296 Kanuvuk July 15, 1915] Individual, male child, Inuit



060-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 10 [Eskimo children] (14 of 14 views) [296 Kanuvuk July 15, 1915] Individual, male child, Inuit



060-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 11 [Eskimos around the campfire cooking and eating] (1 of 5 views) Cooking; Individuals, Inuit



060-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 11 [Eskimos around the campfire cooking and eating] (2 of 5 views) Cooking; Individuals, Inuit



060-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 11 [Eskimos around the campfire cooking and eating] (3 of 5 views) (in emulsion: IIVX - suggesting image is reversed) Dwelling, tent; Individuals, child, female, Inuit; Individuals, child, male, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



060-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 11 [Eskimos around the campfire cooking and eating] (4 of 5 views) (No 3 Contentment reigns in the Arctic amongst white and Eskimo alike) The Naval Service of Ottawa Storker Storkerson Boat; umiak; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



060-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 11 [Eskimos around the campfire cooking and eating] (5 of 5 views) (stamped: General Section - Weekly Wide Measure: half page or omit or Full page) (notation in ink: 2 cols wide meas Return save to GHS much to our surprise)(Eskimos in lee of windbreak cooking) Dwelling, tent; Individual, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



060-35-36

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (1 of 9 views) (have copy neg. H.P. UU12) Individuals, female, Inuit



061-1-2

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (2 of 9 views) (have copy neg. H.P. UU12) Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



061-3-4

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (3 of 9 views) Individuals, Inuit



061-5-6

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (5 of 9 views) (have copy neg. H.P. UU12) (printed on Kodak Velox postcard stock) [356 May 1, 1916 Nutainna Minto Inlet. Eskimo.] Individual, male, Inuit



061-7-8

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (6 of 9 views) Individuals, female, Inuit



061-9-10

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 12 [Copper Eskimos] (7 of 9 views) Eye, protection; Individuals, male, Inuit



061-11-12

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 13 [Groups of Copper Eskimos] (3 of 9 views] (Coronation Gulf UU13 Have copy beg. H.P. 427) Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



061-13-14

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 13 [Groups of Copper Eskimos] (4 of 9 views] (Have copy neg. H.P. UU13) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



061-15-16

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 13 [Groups of Copper Eskimos] (5 of 9 views] Individuals, children, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit; Individuals, male, Inuit



061-17-18

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 13 [Groups of Copper Eskimos] (9 of 9 views] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, children, Inuit



061-19-20

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (1 of 11 views) (have copy neg. H.P. UU14) [203 May 28, 1915 Poukuk] Individual, female, Inuit



061-21-22

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (2 of 11 views) [203 May 28, 1915 Poukuk] Individual, female, Inuit



061-23-24

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (3 of 11 views) [196 May 28, 1915 Three generations. Avaluniak, Ulurak, and Koata] Individual, child, Inuit; Individuals, female, Inuit



061-25-26

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (4 of 11 views) [197 May 28, 1915 Female types] Individuals, female, Inuit



061-27-28

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (5 of 11 views) (have copy neg. H.P. UU14) [198 May 28, 1915 Female types] Individuals, female, Inuit



061-29-30

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (6 of 11 views) (in emulsion: Geo. H. W.) [198 May 28, 1915 Female types] Individual, female, Inuit



061-31-32

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (7 of 11 views) [197 May 28, 1915 Female types] Individual, female, Inuit



061-33-34

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (8 of 11 views) [195 May 28, 1915 Kilaudlak] Individual, male, Inuit



062-1A-2A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (9 of 11 views) (192) [192 May 28, 1915 Avutinuak] Individual, female, Inuit



062-3A-4A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 14 [Unidentified Copper Eskimo women and one man] (192, 193, 195-199, see 50916 thru 50950) (10 of 11 views) (193) [193 May 28, 1915 Kamuk] Dwelling, tent; Individual, male, Inuit



062-5A-6A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 15 [Probably Baillie Islands Eskimos] (1 of 5 views) see 51341-49 Animal, dog; Fauna;Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, male, Inuit



062-7A-8A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 15 [Probably Baillie Islands Eskimos] (2 of 5 views) see 51341-49 Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



062-9A-10A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 15 [Probably Baillie Islands Eskimos] (3 of 5 views) see 51341-49 Individual, female, Inuit



062-11A-12A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 15 [Probably Baillie Islands Eskimos] (4 of 5 views) see 51341-49 Individual, female, Inuit



062-13A-14A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified photos 16 [Eskimo scraping and cleaning a seal or walrus skin] Individual, Inuit; Pelt



062-15A-16A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 17 [Eskimo men with sunglasses (snow goggles)] (1 of 2 views) Eye, protection; Individuals, male, Inuit



062-17A-18A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 18 [Natkusiok [Natkusiak]? and dog] (1 of 1 view) Animal, dog; Fauna; Individual, male, Inuit



062-19A-20A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (2 of 16 views) Animal, dogs; Boat; Individual, male



062-21A-22A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (3 of 16 views) [421 July 12, 1916 summer caches. Oliksoak Island] Cache; Individuals, female, Inuit



062-23A-24A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (4 of 16 views) Animal, dogs; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individuals, Inuit



062-25A-26A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (5 of 16 views) Dwelling, tent; Pelts



062-27A-28A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (6 of 16 views) Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, Inuit



062-29A-30A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (7 of 16 views) [see also 060-33-34] [237 June 28, 1915 Waiting for an evening meal] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, male, Inuit



062-31A-32A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (8 of 16 views) [181 May 28, 1915 A typical scene at a tent door. Moore Island] Dwelling, tent; Individuals, female, Inuit



062-33A-34A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (9 of 16 views) [181 May 28, 1915 A typical scene at a tent door. Moore Island] Animal, dog; Dwelling, tent; Fauna; Individual, child, Inuit; Individual, female, Inuit



062-35A-36A

Canadian Arctic Expedition unnumbered and unidentified 19 [Eskimo summer camp scenes] (10 of 16 views) Boat; Dwelling, tent; Individuals, female, Inuit