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Guide to the Bill Bacon photograph files
1945-2004

Collection number: HMC-0991.
Creator:Bacon, William W., III
Title: Bill Bacon photograph files.
Dates: 1945-2004.
Volume of collection: 6 cubic feet. 
Language of materials:Collection materials are in English.
Collection summary: Photographs, color slides, and subject files of Alaskan photographer and filmmaker.

Biographical note:
Bill Bacon, born in 1926, has worked as a photographer and filmmaker for more than 60 years. He produced, directed, and filmed documentaries and photographed diverse subjects such as wildlife, environment, oil industry, and travel. As a photographer, he documented life in Alaska, the United States, and all over the world.  He worked as a freelance photographer working with newspapers, travel magazines, stock footage companies, and commercial organizations, like ARCO.

Collection description:
The collection contains materials produced and collected by Bill Bacon as a photographer.  Series one is Bill Bacon’s subject files that contains negatives, photographs, notes, correspondence, and research files created for varying projects and assignments from 1956-2004. Series two is a later addition to the collection and consists of Bill Bacon’s colors slides.  Color slides date from 1954-2000 and are divided into two subseries: Inside Alaska and Outside Alaska. Inside Alaska slides and a majority of the subject files document places and people all over the state of Alaska. Subjects and locations include Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Chefornak, Konciganak , Alaska’s politicians, dog sled racing, oil, mining, aviation, Alaskan cities and regions, Alaska Natives, glaciers, art in Alaska, military (such as DEW Line), World War II and more. The outside Alaska subseries contains slides of places and people from different parts of the world.  This includes such locations as Washington state, Montana, China, Russian, Greenland, and Mexico; and subjects such as Blackfoot Indians, logging, and geological formations.

Arrangement: The series is divided into two series: subject files and color slide. Subject files retain original order. Series 2, color slides, are divided into two subseries: inside Alaska and outside Alaska.  Slides are in chronological order by description within each subseries.

SERIES 1: SUBJECT FILES; 1950-2004.
SERIES 2: SLIDES; 1954-1995.
Subseries 2a: Alaska related slides; 1954-1986.
Subseries 2b: Outside Alaska slides; 1958-2000.

Digitized copies: Digital copies of collection material not available online. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Rights note: Bill Bacon waived copyright of materials to which he owned copyright.  Copyright restrictions apply to collection materials not produced by Bill Bacon.

Preferred citation:Bill Bacon photograph files, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Works used in preparation of inventory:
White Eagle.“The producer. Cinematography: William Bacon III Bill Bacon Productions.”White Eagle and the Whirling Rainbow Foundation. http://www.whirlingrainbow.com/producers.htm (accessed August 2, 2010).

Swenson Media Group: Vision, sound & story. “William Bacon Productions: Producer, director of photography and cinematography, cinematographer.” http://www.swensonmediagroup.com/William_Bacon_Productions.doc  (accessed August 2, 2010).

Acquisition note: The collection was presented and deed of gift signed by Bill Bacon in March 2008. Additional materials were added June 2008.

Processing information: This collection was described by Mariecris Gatlabayan in 2010. Collection materials came in no discernable order. Groupings in which the materials arrived and their descriptions were retained. Photograph prints, negatives, and slides were rehoused in archival safe folders. Descriptions on folder titles, envelopes, and negative enclosures were transcribed or attached to the corresponding photographic materials. Archivist provided description when no description was attached.

Container list:

SERIES 1: SUBJECT FILES; 1950-2004. 3 cubic feet.
This series relates to Bill Bacon’s projects, research, and photography assignments. Most photographs were taken in Alaska. Subjects covered in this series are diverse and include dog sledding, Alaskan cities, Alaska Natives, mining, oil drilling, aviation, the environment, geology, the U.S. military, and scientific exploration.  A majority of this series is photographs, negatives, color transparencies, and slides. Mixed in with the visual materials are articles, brochures, correspondence, and Bill Bacon’s notes. The first sentence of each description was taken from labels written on envelopes and boxes. Succeeding description was added by archivists to provide more information about the contents of folder. When there was no description attached to archival materials, an archivist provided description. Files are in no particular order.


Box/
Folder

Description

Date

1/1

Dog mushing:, 12 mi. race.

1962 January 14, February 4

1/2

Golden Heart publications. Dog mushing related publications.

1941-1956

1/3

Iditarod publications.

1991-1992

1/4-1/15

North American sled dog race

1957

1/16

Kuskokwim 300, Jan.24: Jerry Austin.

? January 24

1/17-1/19

North American.

1961

1/20-1/21

Women’s race-North American.

1961

1/22-1/23

Junior races.

1961

1/24

Old man’s race.

1961

1/25

Mutt parade: March 25, 1961.

1961 March 25

1/26-1/28

Golden Days [and] Eskimo Olympics.

1961

1/29

Dog related articles.

undated

1/30

Leonard Seppala.

1961

1/31-1/35

Sled dog races of the past.

1957

1/36-1-39

Alaskan people. Includes photographs, negatives, and newspapers articles.

1955-1988

1/40

Alaska’s Natives articles.

1992-1993

1/41-1/42

Jo Crumrine.

1958-1978

1/43-1/45

People-photos and negatives. Includes images of William Banff, James H. Barker, Muktuk Marston, Senator Mike Gravel, Jack Ryan, Eva McGowan, Bill and Jerry Sheldon, and Mike Stepovich.

undated

1/46-1/50

Nome. Includes images of George Thiel [Gurde?] and Claude [Coltra?].

1958-1961, undated

1/51

Alaskan towns and cities. Includes images of Circle Hot Springs, McGrath, Umiat, and Bethel.

1961

1/52-1/53

Anchorage-Fur Rendezvous.

1957, 1978

1/54

Anchorage ’79.

1979

1/55

Big Delta, Boundary, Copper Creek Center, cabin caches.

1955, undated

1/56-1/57

Cripple Creek.

1961

1/58-1/61

Fairbanks air shots and buildings.

1961-1962

1/62-1/63

Fairbanks cold weather.

1961 December

1/64

Fairbanks fires.

1956-1961

1/65-1/72

Fairbanks street scenes, commercial photos, fires, nightclubs, and construction.

1955-1957, undated

1/73-2/1

University of Alaska Fairbanks. Includes aerial views of the campus and images of buildings and classes on campus.

1957, 1962, undated

2/2

Fort Yukon. Includes images of the village, church, hospital, stores, an “Indian school,” Melville’s Roadhouse, gravesites, and aerial shots of the Fort Yukon.

1957, 1961, undated

2/3-2/4

Gambell. Images of unidentified Alaska Native family gathering.

undated

2/5

Kotzebue. Images of Alaska Native dancing and Quaker church.

circa 1961

2/6

Livengood Pioneer Roadhouse.

1956

2/7

Matanuska Valley.

undated

2/8-2/11

Nenana: dock and barge fire in August 3, 1957 and the Nenana Ice Pool. Includes correspondence and notes Bill Bacon wrote to accompany selected images he sent to Life magazine in 1956.

1956, 1957

2/12

Pribilof Islands related articles.

1985-1988

2/13

Seward Peninsula: Nome articles.

1980-2003

2/14/-2/15

Southeast files. Includes photographs of Juneau in 1963 and articles and booklets about Sitka and Alaska Native masks created in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia, Canada.

1963, 1986-1988

2/16

Alaska mining article.

undated

2/17

F.E. Company mining: “underwater mining.”

undated

2/18-2/24

Gold mining series: Fairbanks F.E. Company.

circa 1956-1970

2/25-2/28

F.E. mining: Fairbanks. Includes Bacon’s notes.

circa 1960

2-29-2/30

Hiways [highways]: Tok, Gakona, and Paxson .

1957,1961

2/31

Valdez.

undated

2/32-2/33

Prince William Sound oil spill articles and Bacon’s shot list and notes.

1989

2/34-2/35

Oil spill EXXON Valdez articles.

1983-2004

2/36

D-2 Land/Oil reports and articles.

1978-1979

2/37

Gas Pipeline: “Big John Gas Pipeline.”

undated

2/38-2/39

ARCO publications.

1980-1981, undated

2/40

Canada-to-Kenai gas line article clippings.

1993

2/41-2/42

Prudhoe Bay.

1969-1985

2/43-2/49

Alaska oil and oil pipeline.

1970-2002

2/50

Other oil basins newspaper clippings.

1984-1993

2/51-2/52

Diaper Field: sale 71 newspaper clippings and informational packet.

1982

2/53-2/63

Dan Prince oil rig.

circa 1980-1982

2/64-2/66

Hover Barge: ACT-100 Mukluk Island.

1989-1990

2/67

ACT-100 with helicopter and rollagon: images of Sohio’s hover barge test in Prudhoe Bay.

1982

2/68

S-61 helicopter.

1983

2/69-2/75

Sohio hover barge tests. Includes informational packet and William Bacon Productions invoice.

1982

2/76-2/80

Jeff-A Mukluk group shot insert. Includes commemorative envelopes that were “carried on the first Arctic open ice run to Mukluk Island, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.”

1983-1984

2/81

Kuparuk. Includes article featuring Bill Bacon’s photographs.

1980

2/82-2/83

Valdez Terminal. Includes informational packet.

1976-1979

2/84-2/85

Alyeska pipeline and animals article and photographs.

1977

2/86

Semi submersibles off-shore drill rigs: Ocean Odyssey.

circa 1980-1990

2/87

Drilling Islands: CIDS [Concrete Island Drilling System] articles.

1985

2/88-3/5

Global Marine Development photographs, negatives, and papers related to the production of the film, C.I.D.S.  Includes images of Exxon’s Ice Island in 1979, C.I.D.S. script, invoice, and Bacon’s research files.

circa 1979-1984

3/6

Drilling Islands.

1979

3/7-3/10

Alyeska Pipeline publications and notes.

circa 1970-1976

3/11

Petroleum related articles.

1962-1982, undated

3/12-3/14

Amoco Belcher prospect.

circa 1988

3/15-3/23

ARCO PR. Includes images of drilling in the North Slope and an ARCO ship in Valdez.

1968-1969, undated

3/24

Oil: Prudhoe Bay and Kenai.

1969, 1972, undated

3/25-3/26

ARCO’s Norton Sound Project information project. Includes images of people at Little Diomede and Gambell.

circa 1982

3/27-3/32

Oil. Prudhoe Bay notes, correspondence, and related articles that featured Bacon’s photographs.

circa 1962-1980

3/33

Archaeology and astrology related articles that are annotated.

circa 1950-1999

3/34

Aurora Borealis.

1961, 1980

3/35

Permafrost related articles.

1972, undated

3/36-3/38

Agriculture in Alaska. Includes images of cat skinner and Paul Elbert in Happy Valley.

1956-2004

3/39-3/40

Defense: Air Force Army, clear Distant Early Warning (D.E.W.) Line, and U.S. Air. Includes images of D.E.W. Line in Barrow.

1962, undated

3/41-3/42

Geological formations: Glaciers and Alaska mountain range. Includes photographs of Mount Rainer.

undated

3/43

Art: “Resty and Fred” photographs that include photographs of Ruth Koehler’s artwork.

1962

3/44

Art: “Rusty and Sandy.” Contains negatives and photographs of paintings . The name “Rusty” may be referring to Rusty Herulin (Magnus Colcord Heurlin).

undated

3/45

Art: Fred Machetanz ice shots. Photographs of Machetanz paintings and ice cakes.

undated

3/46

Aviation: Wein Airlines, Pilatus Porter, Fort Yukon strip.

1950-1965

3/47

Aviation related articles. Includes brochures and estimates to charter plane.

circa 1972 to 1991,undated

3/48

Aviation: Apache [plane]. Photographs made for Jess Bachner.

1957

3/49

Aviation: Scandinavian Airlines Fairbanks International Airport.

1957

3/50

Aviation: Photographs. Includes articles related to history of Aviation in Alaska.

circa 1961

3/51-3/53

Bureau of Land Management: Fires. Photographs, color transparencies, negatives, and articles related to BLM helicopters fighting fires.

circa 1957, 1994, undated

3/54-3/60

Riverboat Discovery tour and Captain Brinkley.

circa 1962

3/61

Captain Jim and Mary Brinkley’s the Discovery.

1962

3/62

Riverboat Nenana photographs taken from Nenana to Fairbanks.

circa 1954-1955

3/63

Boats: outboard and boat races .

1956, undated

3/64

Boats: Russian fishing fleet.

1975

3/65

World War II: Japan and atomic bomb articles. Includes 1945 U.S.S. Connor Press News.

1945-1985

3/66-3/68

ARLIS II (Arctic Research Laboratory Ice Station) near North Pole. Contains images of researchers working and living on ice station.

1962

4/1

ARLIS II.

1962

4/2-4/4

ARLIS II-March 1962. Includes list of photograph descriptions, letter regarding his March 1962 trip, and articles.

1962-1975

4/5

Oil field stickers.

undated

Series 2: Slides; 1954-1995. 3.0 cubic feet.
This series is composed of color slides taken by Bill Bacon.  It is divided into two subseries: Alaska related slides and slides of places outside of Alaska. Descriptions come from descriptions on slide boxes and slide enclosure and relate to the city/region/state, topic, or event he was photographing.  Within each subseries, slides are organized in alphabetical order according to the
Bill Bacon’s descriptions.

Series 2: Slides. Subseries 2a: Alaska related slides; 1954-1986. 2.0 cubic feet.
Slides are described by geographical location, topic, or event photographed. Slides are in alphabetical order by description.


Box/
Folder

Description

Date

4/6

$200,000.00 Gold & Cash

undated

4/7

3rd Miner’s Day, Talkeetna

1983

4/8

Alaska Railroad

1985

4/9

Alaska Towns/Villages

1954

4/10

Alaskan filmers [filmmakers]

1978 May

4/11

Alcan Highway

1960, 1961, 1975

4/12

Aleutian Islands Unimak Island Isanotski

1976

4/13

Alyeska area

1985

4/14

Alyeska Pipeline work camps

1976

4/15-4/16

Anchorage

1978-1984

4/17

Anchorage area tourist spots

1985

4/18

Anchorage-Airshots

1980

4/19

April in Paris Captain Cook

1983

4/20

Army Corps Engineers Chena Lakes Flood

1977

4/21

Art-Alaska State Council on the Arts

1979 October-November

4/22

Bethel

1981

4/23

Bethel Waterfront Barge Freight

1981

4/24

BIMA, Nome

1986

4/25

Brevig Mission, Nome

1980

4/26

Brooks Range

1981

4/27

Chefornak

1981

4/28

Chevak

1981

4/29

Chitna

1981

4/30

Circle Theater construction

1981

4/31

Cloud formations

1974

4/32

Columbia Glacier

1981

4/33

Construction

1980

4/34

Cordova Million Dollar Bridge & railroad trams

1985

4/35

D.E.W. [Distant Early Warning Line]

1975

4/36

Denali--The Great One

1983

4/37

Dillingham Alaska commercial fishing

1982

4/38

Dillingham docks

1982

4/39

Dyea Alyeska

1986

4/40

ECL Alaska

1987

4/31

Eek

1981

4/42

Eklutna

1981

4/43

Elim

1980

4/44

Eskimos/Indians Spirit Days

1985

4/45

Executive Explorer, Glacier Bay

1986

4/46

Fairbanks--Mining U.S. Smelting Refining and Mining Company

1956-1957

4/47

Fairbanks "1955-56-57"

1954-1977

4/48

Farms Alaska--Old farms in the 1950s

1961

4/49

Fish--Salmon process

1982

4/50

Forest Fires Alaska--Big "D"

1954

4/51

Forest Fires Alaska--Central Switch Creek

1954

4/52

Forest Fires Alaska--Minto

Undated

4/53

Forest Fires Alaska-Montana Creek

1954

4/54

Forest Fires Alaska--Salcha River Fire

1957

4/55

Forest Fires Alaska--Sheenjack River

1954

4/56

Fur Rondy

1982

4/57

Gambell

1980

4/58

Glaciers: Exit Glacier (August 30, 1993) and Riggs Glacier (June 22,1992)

1992, 1993

4/59

Glacier Bay Grand Pacific Glacier

1981

4/60

Golovin

1980

4/61

Goodnews

1981

4/62

Governor Bill Sheffield TV Spot Running for Office

1986

4/63

Gustavus

1981

4/64

Haines

1985

4/65

Halibut Fishing I

1982

4/66

Halibut Fishing II

1984

4/67

Hatcher Pass

1983

4/68

Haul road scenes

1983

4/69

Healy Electric Power Plant and coal beds

1984

4/70

Helmrick's Home

1983

4/71

Herbie Nayokpuk

1980

4/72

Highway accidents

1984

4/73

Homer

1976-1984

4/74

Homer Land

1984

4/75

Hoonah

1979

4/76

Hooper Bay

1981

4/77

Hope

1982

4/78

Hubbard Glacier, Yakutat

1973

4/79

Hubbard Misty [Tracy?] Arm

1987

4/80

Hyder + Road to

1986

4/81

Ice & Snow--Ice XLS

1962

4/82

Ice & Snow--Sastrugi

1962

4/83

Ice & Snow Formations--Arctic Ice

1979

4/84

Ice & Snow Formations--Grounded Ice Shore Barrow

1975

4/85

Ice & Snow Formations--The Lead Opening

1970

4/86

Ice & Snow Formations--Pressure Ridges

1979

4/87

Ice & Snow Formations--Rafting

1979

4/88

Ice Road

1982

4/89

Independence Mine Hatcher's Pass

1981

4/90

Inter Tie Denali Linemen Cantwell

1984

4/91

Juneau

1986

4/92

Juneau Ice Field

1979

4/93

Kaktovik

1981

4/94

Kantishna R.

Undated

4/95

Katmai

1970

4/97-4/97

Kenai

1977-1993

4/98

Ketchikan, Saxman

1986

4/99

Kiana

1981

4/100

Kipnuk

1981

4/101

Kobuk River, Arrigetch Peaks

1992

4/102

Konciganak

1981

4/103

Kotzebue

1981

4/104

Koyuk

1980

4/105

Kwethluk

1981

5/1

Little Diomede

1980

5/2

Maps AK-USA

Undated

5/3

Matanuska Valley

1977-1984

5/4

McCarthy

Undated

5/5

Mekoryuk on Nunivak Island

1979-1981

5/6

Mendenhall Glacier

1986

5/7

Moose at 40 below (possibly Fairbanks)

undated, before 1959

5/8

Moses Point

1980

5/9

Mt. Augustine, cabin, helicopter-crash

1976

5/10

Mt. McKinley

1980

5/11

Mt. McKinley climb, Komotv

1974, March-April

5/12

Mt. Sanford

1981

5/13

Nancy Lake

1983

5/14

Napakiak

1981

5/15

Napaskiak

1981

5/16

Native baskets

1984

5/17

Nenana

1956, 1981

5/18

Nightmute

1981

5/19

Ninilchik

1982

5/20

Nome

1955-1981

5/21

Nome-Reindeer herding and herder Larry Davis

1980

5/22

North American-dog sled race

1961

5/23

Norton Sound

1980

5/24

Nova D-2 land issue

1978

5/25

Oil pipe line views no snow

1981

5/26

Paxson Area

1983

5/27

People Alaska--Jo Crumrine

1985

5/28

Permafrost

1977

5/29

Petersburg-Bill Greinier shrimping

1986

5/30

Petersburg

1986

5/31

Platinum

1981

5/32

Pollution-California, Washington, Fairbanks

1967-1972

5/33

Pope John, Fairbanks

1984 May

5/34

Port of Anchorage, Alaska

1977

5/35

Portage-Cooper Landing

1984-1985

5/36

Portage Glacer. Includes slides of Childs Glacier in Cordova, Worthington Glacier, glacier in Thole area, Crow Foot Glacier in Canada, and Matanuska Glacier.

1984

5/37

Prudhoe-Harrison Bay seise

1982

5/38

Quinhagak

1981

5/39

Rafting--McKinley Park

1981

5/40

Rainbows

1985

5/41

Reid Glacier

1992

5/42

Renaissance Fair

1980

5/43

Riggs Glacier

1992

5/44

River boats

1961

5/45

River break-up

1995

5/46

Saint George

1984

5/47

Saint Michael

1980

5/48

Saint Paul

1984

5/49

Saint Paul Halibut Dock Boats

1984

5/50

Saint Paul Halibut Dock Boats, Unload

1985

5/51

Salmon Fishing-Sport

1982

5/52

Savoonga

1980,

5/53

Scammon Bay

1981

5/54

Seldovia

1970

5/55

Seward

1981-1982

5/56

Shaktoolik

1980

5/57

Shishmaref

1980

5/58

Sindy/Jim-Round Island

1982

5/59

Sitka

1981-1987

5/60

Sled dogs; dog mushing, Smokey [sled dog]. Includes slides of sled dog racers, trappers, and sled dogs.

1961-1978

5/61

Sleeping Lady

1981

5/62

Solar energy use

1982

5/63

Spirit Houses, Eklutna

1991

5/64

Stebbins

1980

5/65

Stephan Lake Lodge

1982

5/66

Sunsets

1982

5/67

Teller

1980

5/68

Toksook Bay

1981

5/69

Truck tanker oil spill-haul road

1981

5/70

Tuntutuliak

1981

5/71

Tununak

1981

5/72

Turnagain-smelt fishing, dip netting

1982

5/73

Tyonek Flats

1985

5/74

Unalakleet

1980-1982

5/75

Unalaska

1982-1983

5/76

University of Alaska [Fairbanks]

1955-1957

5/77

Valdez

1978-1984

5/78

Views along the haul road--Dietrich Bridge

1983

5/79

Views along the haul road--FBKS [Fairbanks] North

1981

5/80

Wasilla

1981

5/81

Whales

1980

5/82

White Mountain

1980

5/83

Whittier

1985

5/84

Winter Carnival & North American dog sled race

1957

5/85

Winter Scenes-Alaska and Eastern Washington

1973

5/86

World War II--I: slides of unidentified veteran

1985

5/87

World War II--II: slides of unidentified veteran

1985

5/88

World War II: [Attu?] and Amchitka site

1985

5/89

World War II: Unalaska and Dutch Harbor veterans and sites

1985

5/90

Wrangell

1985

5/91

Yakutat

1969-1983

Series 2: Slides. Subseries 2b: Outside Alaska slides; 1958-2000. 1.0 cubic foot.
Descriptions are of geographical locations, topics, or events photographed. Slides are in alphabetical order by description.


Box

Description

Date

6/1

Arizona

1960

6/2

Athens Greece 1985

1985

6/3

California

1963

6/4

Canada – Alberta

1960

6/5

Canada--B.C.

1986

6/6

Canada--Banff National Park

1958-1968

6/7

Canada – Calgary

1959

6/8

Canada--Northwest Territories

1973-1980

6/9

Canada--Totem Poles / Indian Graves

1962

6/10

Canada--Vancouver Islands

1989

6/11

Canada – Yukon

1970, 1974

6/12

Carcross, Yukon Territory

1986

6/13

Caribbean

1994

6/14

CASA [plane]

1985

6/15-6/16

China

1987-1993

6/17

Ethiopia

1985

6/18

Geological formations

1967

6/19

Glacier National Park, Montana

1960

6/20

Grønland [Greenland]:  Eskimo villages, glaciers, and ice caps

1973, 1980

6/21

Iceland-island farms

1973

6/22

Iceland-geyser area volcano

1973

6/23

Iceland-Hverageroi

1973

6/24

Iceland-Reykjavik

1973

6/25

Idaho

1972

6/26

India--hunger strike [Tibetan Youth Congress]

1998

6/27

Indians-Blackfoot

1958

6/28

Kenya

1985

6/29

Logging-Weyerhauser, helicopter pesticide spray, and Port Angeles and Sequim area

1965, 1989

6/30

London, England

1985

6/31

Mexico

1986

6/32

Mexico-Ixtapa + Zehuatenejo (reconstruction)

1986

6/33

Multi-places (Deception Pass, Skagit, Elwha River, La Push, Cape Flattery, Point of Arches, San Juan Islands)

1963-1975

6/34

Nepal

1998

6/35

New Mexico

1986

6/36

Norway

1979

6/37

Nuuk, Greenland--Inuit Circumpolar Conference

1980

6/38

Oregon

1963-1988

6/39

Panama--Locks – Starship

1987

6/40

Parthenon-Zehuateneo [Zihuatanejo]

1986

5/31

Pollution-California, Washington, Fairbanks

1967-1972

6/41

Rivers Inlet--Vancouver Island and Victoria

1971

6/42

Russia

2000 July 5-13

6/43

South Dakota

1984

6/44

Sweden

1993

6/45

Washington state

1964-1987

6/46

Washington D.C.

1953-1954

5/85

Winter scenes-Alaska and Eastern Washington

1973

6/47

Western rivers--river rafting camera one

1989 June

6/48

Yellowhead Circle Tour 1969

1969 June 5-11

6/49

Zehuatenejc [Zihuatenjo]-misc.

1986