1920s Alaska Photo Album with Nice Images of Juneau and Kodiak
Softcover. Very good. 7" x 11" strong-tied photograph album containing 35 snapshots (3.5" x 5") corner-mounted one per page, rectos only. A small album without captions, but with good documentary content. The first two images are a nice Juneau street scene and a shot of the Alaska Air Transport Terminal in the Juneau harbor. These are followed by some rural scenes showing country roads and houses that we suspect are outside Juneau, and several shots of a terminal where cargo is being either loaded from rail car to ship, or vice versa. From there, three shots show a ship's passage, presumably across the Gulf of Alaska from Juneau to Kodiak, as the remainder of the images (20+) seem to be from Kodiak. There are several nice images of the Kodiak dock and harbor, several of a rural road and house, a view looking down at the town from a hillside, and many shots of the beautiful Russian Orthodox church.