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[Photograph of the interior of a salmon cannery for the Pacific Steam Whaling Company]

From: Alfred Hulse Brooks photographs and papers

[Photograph of the interior of a salmon cannery for the Pacific Steam Whaling Company]

From: Alfred Hulse Brooks photographs and papers

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Other Creator: Brooks, Alfred H. (Alfred Hulse), 1871-1924
Date: [1898]
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Description:
Verso blank.
Abstract:
Cook Inlet Exploration Expedition under the command of Captain Edwin Forbes Glenn (1857-1926) in south-central Alaska explored the country north of Cook Inlet to discover the most "direct and practicable" route from the coast to the Tanana River. Images include a group portrait of the expedition, interior and exterior views of the salmon cannery for the Pacific Steam Whaling Company at Prince William Sound; views of the steamer Salmo, and a group portrait of Native American men and others in a ship. Identified individuals include Lieutenant Joseph C. Castner, Walter Curran Mendenhall, Private George W. Van Schoonhoven, Private Adelbert L. Canwell, and guide Harry H. Hicks.
Physical Description:
1 photographic print
b&w
10.9 x 19.3 cm. on mount 12.7 x 20.3 cm.
Host Note:
Series II. Photographs by Other Photographers. Photographs by Identified Photographers. Cook Inlet Exploration Expedition
Box:
Box 8
Folder:
Folder 709
Rights:
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Medium Resolution (image/jpeg)
Object ID: 10508578
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