Indian Totem Pole
Title:
Indian Totem Pole
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Interior Greek Church
Title:
Interior Greek Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Greek Church
Title:
Greek Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Saint Michael's Cathedral Established 1844
Title:
Saint Michael's Cathedral Established 1844
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Eskimo Curio Vendors
Title:
Eskimo Curio Vendors
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


View from the Harbor showing Greek Church and Snow Capped Three Sisters in the Distance
Title:
View from the Harbor showing Greek Church and Snow Capped Three Sisters in the Distance
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Squaws Selling Salmon Berries
Title:
Squaws Selling Salmon Berries
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Metropolitan News Co.


Taken From Mission Buildings
Title:
Taken From Mission Buildings
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



St. Michael's Cathedral
Title:
St. Michael's Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Metropolitan News Co.


United States Marine Barracks
Title:
United States Marine Barracks
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



View of Town from Wharf
Title:
View of Town from Wharf
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Ferry Crossing Between Sitka and Edgecomb Island
Title:
Ferry Crossing Between Sitka and Edgecomb Island
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused



View of Town and Bay
Title:
View of Town and Bay
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Alaska Pioneer Home
Title:
Alaska Pioneer Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Former site of Russian parade grounds



Union Oil COmpany's Natural Color Scenes of the West
Title:
Union Oil COmpany's Natural Color Scenes of the West
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Sitka in southeastern Alaska retains much of the historic Russian atmosphere. It is a port of extensive fishing activity


Main Street Toward St. Michael Cathedral, Founded by Russia in 1799
Title:
Main Street Toward St. Michael Cathedral, Founded by Russia in 1799
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused



Pioneers Home
Title:
Pioneers Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused


Madona in the Greek Church
Title:
Madona in the Greek Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 90550



Mt. Vestovia and Three Sisters View
Title:
Mt. Vestovia and Three Sisters View
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back


View of Town and Harbor
Title:
View of Town and Harbor
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Mount Edgecumbe
Title:
Mount Edgecumbe
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Russian Church - Interior
Title:
Russian Church - Interior
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Lovers Lane
Title:
Lovers Lane
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo



Historic Pioneers Home
Title:
Historic Pioneers Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Colorful view of this famous landmark located on the site of the old Russian parade grounds overlooking the beautiful Sitka Harbor. Colorfully costumed Indian dancers are prominent in foreground and Lincoln Street and St. Michael's Cathedral can be seen on right


Alaska Pioneer Home
Title:
Alaska Pioneer Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Former site of Russian Parade grounds



Historic Sitka
Title:
Historic Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial picture shows the pioneer home and the famous Baranof Hill in the foreground


Sheldon Jackson Museum
Title:
Sheldon Jackson Museum
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Sheldon Jackson Museum is on the 354-acre college campus, located at scenic Sitka Alaska. Established in 1888 by Dr. Sheldon Jackson to house his collection of Alaska native artifacts, the present building was the first cement structure in Alaska, 1895. It is a National Historic Site



St. Michael's Cathedral in Sitka
Title:
St. Michael's Cathedral in Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Old Russian Church. St. Michael's Cathedral, in the center of Sitka is undoubtedly the most interesting relic of the Russian period in Alaska history. It was dedicated Nov. 20th, 1848. Its priceless pictures and embroidered robes were brought over the long land and sea road from St. Petersburg


Pioneer's Home
Title:
Pioneer's Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Pacific Northern Airlines The famouns Pioneer's Home in scenic Sitka-by-the-Sea. The colorful totem and the parade ground used by both Russian and American troops in years gone by, are prominent J&H Sales Co



Saint Michael's Cathedral
Title:
Saint Michael's Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Sheldon Jackson School
Title:
Sheldon Jackson School
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Sheldon Jackson School
Title:
Sheldon Jackson School
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


The Community Totem Pole
Title:
The Community Totem Pole
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



The Three Sisters and Sheldon Jackson School
Title:
The Three Sisters and Sheldon Jackson School
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Sheldon Jackson College Campus
Title:
Sheldon Jackson College Campus
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
The 354-acre Sheldon Jackson College campus lies at the edge of scenic Sitka, Alaska. Established by the United Presbyterian Church, the two-year, fully accredited college offers personal attention to each student. Curricula include arts and sciences, flight training, data processing, fisher and wildlife management, logging management, forestry



Alaska Pioneer Home
Title:
Alaska Pioneer Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Emil Muench Former site of Russian Parade grounds


Bishop Rowe's Residence and Church
Title:
Bishop Rowe's Residence and Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indians selling curios
Title:
Indians selling curios
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Centennial Building
Title:
Centennial Building
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Colorful hub of Stika's tourist accommodations, this building houses the official Visitor's Information Center, a museum offering a continuously changing display of Alaskan arts, crafts, and artifacts. It also has a beautiful auditorium where authentic Alaskan lectures and dance exhibitions are frequently scheduled. Prominent in foreground is an authentic Indian canoe



Historic Sitka
Title:
Historic Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial picture shows the pioneer home and the famous Baranof Hill in the foreground


Russian Orthodox Church - Litha
Title:
Russian Orthodox Church - Litha
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Historic Russian Orthodox Church Sitka, Alaska Color view of this historic relic of the Russian heritage of Sitka, Alaska



Sitka, Alaska
Title:
Sitka, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Sitka is conceded to be the oldest settlement on the Pacific Coast. It was the Russian Capital of Alaska for many years. It is situation on the side of Baranoff island, nestling on the unique shores of Sitka Sound


National Park
Title:
National Park
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused



The Pyramids
Title:
The Pyramids
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Japonski Island
Title:
Japonski Island
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Isles of Enchantment
Title:
Isles of Enchantment
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Sitka, Alaska
Title:
Sitka, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Mt. Edgecumbe
Title:
Mt. Edgecumbe
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Pioneers Home
Title:
Pioneers Home
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



View of Town and Harbor
Title:
View of Town and Harbor
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


View of Sitka from across the bay
Title:
View of Sitka from across the bay
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Sitka, Alaska
Title:
Sitka, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Against a background of scenic grandeur, the modern buildings in Sitka still have to compete with the charm and tradition of old Russia in a setting that was once the "Paris of the New World."


291-Eskimo Curio Venders
Title:
291-Eskimo Curio Venders
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-12



Pinnacle Range, from Sitka, Alaska
Title:
Pinnacle Range, from Sitka, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 191-0

Description:
Series 586


Scenic view of the town, mountain, and water
Title:
Scenic view of the town, mountain, and water
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back



Sitka Alaska
Title:
Sitka Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-28

Description:
Sitka Alaska from the harbor showing Greek Church and snow capped 3 sisters in the distance


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Alaska On The Inside Passage Route
Title:
Alaska On The Inside Passage Route
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1941 Aug-12

Description:
Series 93 Sitka is historically the most important city in Alaska. Founded by Alexander Baranof in 1799. Sitka became the capital of Russian Alaska under the iron-fisted rule of its founder. Sitka's Lovers Lane. Her hot springs. The emerald-like waters that wash her crescent beach, her historic buildings, cast an air about this port that holds an unusual fasethation for the traveler.


Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Lover's Lane
Title:
Lover's Lane
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
Alaska Scenic Vives Toneru


One Of The Large Totem Poles Of Alaska
Title:
One Of The Large Totem Poles Of Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



The Community Totems Pole
Title:
The Community Totems Pole
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
View overlooking the Centennial Visitors Center



Lovers Lane
Title:
Lovers Lane
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Silver Bay
Title:
Silver Bay
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indian River
Title:
Indian River
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Indian River
Title:
Indian River
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Russian Block House
Title:
Russian Block House
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Indians Selling Curios
Title:
Indians Selling Curios
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back



Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Sitka is a seaport town, nestled at the base of the coast range mountains and protected from the storms of the Pacific by numerous small islands. Mt. Edgecumbe, an extinct volcano, as viewed from Sitka, has much the appearance of the Majestic Mujiyama, the sacred mountain of Japan.


Mt. Vestovia And Three Sisters
Title:
Mt. Vestovia And Three Sisters
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-19



Old Russian Trading Post
Title:
Old Russian Trading Post
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


A Klondike Camp
Title:
A Klondike Camp
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Sitka And Mt. Edgecumbe
Title:
Sitka And Mt. Edgecumbe
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Sitka is a seaport town, nestled at the base of the coast range mountains and protected from the storms of the pacific by numerous small islands. Mt. Edgecumbe, an extinct volcano, as viewed from Sitka, has much the appearance of the majestic Mujiyama, the sacred mountain of Japan.


Russian Block House
Title:
Russian Block House
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Sitka From Wharf
Title:
Sitka From Wharf
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Sitka is historically the most important city in Alaska. Founded by Alexander Baranof in 1799, Sitka became the capital of Russian Alaska under the iron-fisted rule of its founder. Sitka's Lovers Lane, her hot springs, the emerald-like waters that wash her crescent beach, her historic buildings, cast an air about this port that holds an unusual fascination for the traveler.



Lovers Lane, Indian River Park
Title:
Lovers Lane, Indian River Park
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Russian Church Of St. Michael
Title:
Russian Church Of St. Michael
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
This historic landmark in "Sitka - by - the - sea" is the most interesting relic of the Russian Period of Alaskan history. Built in 1844, its priceless pictures and richly embroidered robes were brought over the long arduous land and sea route from St. Petersburg in old Russia.



Russian Church In Sitka
Title:
Russian Church In Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


General View Of Sitka
Title:
General View Of Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indian River
Title:
Indian River
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Wharf At Sitka
Title:
Wharf At Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Russian Church
Title:
Russian Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
ST.MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL. This remarkable edifice built in 1817 in the form of a cross ,is the most historic shrine of religion on the Pacific Coast .The cathedral is quipped according to the lavish customs of imperial Russia ,with gold and silver trimmings, jeweled crowns ,robes of costly texture ,and paintings of rare beauty and intertimable value.


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Sitka ,Alaska.Sitka is a seaport town, nestled at the base of the coast range mountains protected from the storms of the Pacific by numerous small island .Mt. Edgecumba ,an extinct volcano ,as viewed from Sitka,has much the appearnce of the majesrtic Fujestic Fujiyama, the sacred mountain of Japan



Lover's Lane
Title:
Lover's Lane
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
LOVER'S LANE.This name has been applied to part of the trail throught Indian River Park.In this Park are many interesting totem's.Nearly all were placed there by the Grovenment for preservation


Memorial Totem
Title:
Memorial Totem
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
MEMORIES TOTEMS ,SITKA, ALASKA. The Sitka donated are nearly all Haida .They have been donated by the different chiefs to the sitka Museum .The most famous of all the sitka Memorial.(it is surmounted by the Froug Woman and her child)./Below that is the Wolf ,Eagle and the bear,It is a memorial of the potiatch when all these families were present.



Totem Poles Indian River Park
Title:
Totem Poles Indian River Park
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


St. Michael'S Cathedral
Title:
St. Michael'S Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Road In Indian River Park
Title:
Road In Indian River Park
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Indian River
Title:
Indian River
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indian Town
Title:
Indian Town
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Mt. Vestovia And Three Sisters
Title:
Mt. Vestovia And Three Sisters
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Intebior Greek Church
Title:
Intebior Greek Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


St. Michaels Cathedral
Title:
St. Michaels Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



St. Michael's Cathedral
Title:
St. Michael's Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
An old Russian church in the center of Sitka and undoubtedly the most interesting relic of the Russian period in Alaska history. It was dedicated Nov. 20, 1848. Its priceless pictures and embroidered robes were brought over the long land and sea road from St. Petersburg.


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Sitka is historically the most important city in Alaska. Founded by Alexander Baranof in 1799, Sitka became the capital of Russian Alaska under the iron-fisted rule of its founder. Sitka's Lovers Lane, her hot springs, the emerald-like waters that wash her crescent beach, her historic buildings, cast a air about this port that holds a unusual fascination for the traveler.



Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Sitka is a seaport town, nestled at the base of the coast range mountains and protected from the storms of the Pacific by numerous small islands. Mt. Edgecumbe, and extinct volcano, as viewed from Sitka, has much the appearance of the majestic Fujiyama the sacred mountain of Japan.


St. Michael's Cathedral
Title:
St. Michael's Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Old Russian Church, St. Michael's Cathedral, in the center of Sitka is undoubtedly the most interesting relic of the Russian period in Alaska history. It was dedicated Nov. 20th, 1848. Its priceless pictures and embroidered robs were brought over the long land and sea road from St. Petersburg.



Russian Church
Title:
Russian Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
St. Michael's Cathedral. This remarkable, edifice built in 1817 in the form of a cross, is the most historic shrine of religion on the Pacific coast. The cathedral is equipped according to the lavish customs of imperial Russia, with gold and silver trimmings, jeweled crowns, robes of costly texture, and paintings of rare beauty and inestimable value.


Lover's Lane
Title:
Lover's Lane
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
This name has been applied to part of the trail through Indian River Park. In this Park are many interesting totems. Nearly all were placed there by the Government for preservation



Mt. Edgecomb
Title:
Mt. Edgecomb
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused


Mt. Edgecomb
Title:
Mt. Edgecomb
Sitka Alaska (AK), Linen unused



A Klondike Camp
Title:
A Klondike Camp
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Bridge Across the Indian River



U. S. Navy Wireless and Coaling Stations
Title:
U. S. Navy Wireless and Coaling Stations
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Sitka, Alaska
Title:
Sitka, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the west side of Baranof Island. Sitka was the Russian capital of Alaska and fur trading center before Alaska was purchased by the United States in 1867. Commercial fishing and the lumber industry are the basis for Sitka's economy today



View of Town and Seven Sisters Peaks
Title:
View of Town and Seven Sisters Peaks
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-2


Father Zlobin, St. Michael Cathedral
Title:
Father Zlobin, St. Michael Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Ferry crossing between Sitka and Edgecomb Island, Alaska
Title:
Ferry crossing between Sitka and Edgecomb Island, Alaska
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Reggie Hibshman Mike Roberts


Aerial Vew of Town
Title:
Aerial Vew of Town
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the west side of Baranof Island. Sitka was the Russian capital of Alaska and fur trading center before Alaska was purchased by the United States in 1867. Commercial fishing and the lumber industry are the basis for Sitka's economy today



Russian Church
Title:
Russian Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1937 Jun-25


Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1948 Jun-17



Main Street, St. Michael's Cathedral
Title:
Main Street, St. Michael's Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Reggie Hibshman St. Michael's Cathedral, a Russian church in the center of Sitka, is undoubtedly the most interesting relic of the Russian period in Alaska history Mike Roberts


Greek Church
Title:
Greek Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-01

Description:
Series 51254



Chilcoot Pass Sitka Bay
Title:
Chilcoot Pass Sitka Bay
Sitka Alaska (AK), Pioneer unused


Main Street Sitka Gold Washing
Title:
Main Street Sitka Gold Washing
Sitka Alaska (AK), Pioneer unused



Sitka & Skagway
Title:
Sitka & Skagway
Sitka Alaska (AK), Pioneer unused


Sitka Harbor
Title:
Sitka Harbor
Sitka Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Apr-10

Description:
Sitka, Alaska from the harbor showing Greek church and snow capped three sisters in the distance



Interior Russian Church
Title:
Interior Russian Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


The Old Russian Capitol
Title:
The Old Russian Capitol
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
Founded 1799



Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Sitka Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Main Street Toward St. Mitchael Cathedral
Title:
Main Street Toward St. Mitchael Cathedral
Sitka Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded by Russia in 1799


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
St. Michael's Cathedral, a Russian church in the center of Sitka, is undoubtedly the most interesting relic of the Russian period in Alaska history.



Packing Over Chilkoot Pass In 1898
Title:
Packing Over Chilkoot Pass In 1898
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Sitka
Title:
Sitka
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Sitka, Alaska, 1886.



Chief Goosh-Tate-A-Er Art
Title:
Chief Goosh-Tate-A-Er Art
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Chilkat Blankets


Russian Church
Title:
Russian Church
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1921 Jul-29



Japonski
Title:
Japonski
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Japonski, Where the Potlatchers Were Met and Feasted by Sitka Natives.


The Sitka Fishing Club
Title:
The Sitka Fishing Club
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indian River Bridge
Title:
Indian River Bridge
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Killisnoo Natives Arriving At Sitka To Attend Potlatch
Title:
Killisnoo Natives Arriving At Sitka To Attend Potlatch
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Old Grave Yard
Title:
Old Grave Yard
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1911 Jun-09


Old Baranoff Castle 1886
Title:
Old Baranoff Castle 1886
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



United States Marine Barracks
Title:
United States Marine Barracks
Sitka Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused




Total: 137 Items