Hughes & Huslia: Images

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image thumbnail Williams, H. O. (Red) interview (03/07/1985) 15 of 17 (3:20 min) (15 of 17)Change and familiarity Man ran out onto ice and was waving arms Red thought something was wrong so landed and man just wanted to say hello. On a trip to Huslia with a fur buyer. Oral History Interviews, Alaska & Polar Regions Collections;
image thumbnail Keychain, Beaded 5.3 cm diameter (including beaded trim). Folded disk and hinge of smoked moosehide attached to a round, metal key ring. Circular hide trimmed with dark blue and aqua-colored beads. Blue floral design in center; five rounded petals of blue beads, yellow and brown center, with white highlights at center; small, green, chevrons make leaves between each petal. Handmade in Alaska by Nancy M. Yaska Ethnology;
image thumbnail Key Chain, Beaded 17.3 cm long (boot is 5.2 cm tall from top to heel). Boot is made of moosehide stuffed with white felt and trimmed with white beads. Red floral design on calf of boot and starburst design on toe-box; flower and starburs have yellow bead centers and green leaf-like highlights; top of boot is stitched with white beads in a lace-like pattern. A loop of larger, plastic beads in white, red, and blue attach to the boot at the top seam; this loop then attaches to a metal key ring. Made by Dorothy Yatlin. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Joe Beatus and Cecelia (Celia) Beatus in Huslia, November 1982. Title from accompanying note.The Beatuses were interviewed by Lynch and Arundale, Nov. 15, 1982 (see Arundale Oral History). Alice (A.J.) Lynch Photograph Collection
image thumbnail Hughes, AK. Title taken from verso. View of airplane on runway in Hughes, Alaska, with buildings at left. June 1961. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Hughes, AK. Title taken from verso. View of buildings at Hughes, Alaska. June 1961. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Hughes, AK. Title taken from verso. View of log cache at Hughes, Alaska, with skin hanging from line at left. June 1961. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Hughes, AK. Title taken from verso. View of village of Hughes, Alaska, with people in background. June 1961. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Howard Hughes at Weeks Field in Fairbanks 53 second film clip, color/silent. Clip shows Howard Hughes at Weeks Field in Fairbanks during his record setting around-the-world flight, July 13, 1938. Scenes include a ground crew checking the plane and loading supplies. C. W. Wagner Film Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Hair Combs Ordinary brown plastic hair combs - prongs are doubled and join together at a point; top of comb covered with hide and beaded. Three rows of seed beads in the following pattern: turquoise, clear, gold, single long blue, one clear, one turquoise, one clear, single long blue, two gold, clear, and turquoise. Rows come together such that there's a triangle shape in the middle of the design. Sides and top are beaded with larger blue beads to make a scallop design. Sewn with thread. Made by Nancy Yaska. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Graduates of the electronic technician pilot class Caption attached to this photograph relates: Graduates of the electronic technician pilot class undertaken by the Bureau of Indian Affairs are greeted by Senator E. Gruening at RCA Headquarters in Anchorage. The class has just returned from RCA Institutes in New York and will commence employment on the White Alice System. Left to right: Morgan Aukongak, Nome; Russell Atwood, Ketchikan; Percy Ipalook Jr., Kotzebue; Herman Kitka, Sitka; Sam Kito, Petersburg; Harry Kito, Petersburg; Senator Ernest Gruening; Jim Williams, RCA Instructor; F. D. Chiei, Jr.; Project Manager, RCA; Colonel Harold Hughes, Commander, Alaska Communications Region. Ernest H. Gruening Papers, 1914-[1959-1969] 1974
image thumbnail Fall 1963, wheat harvest, Yankovich Ranch. Title from verso. Verso also stamped with the name, "Harrie L. Hughes, Fairbanks, Alaska." Image shows a man driving a large tractor attached to a harvesting and threshing machine. A dump truck is adjacent to the tractor to receive the threshed wheat. Houses, a water tower and other farm equipment can be seen at the back of the field. Smoke rises from a tall smokestack in the distance. Trees and distant hills are also visible in the background. Vertical File--Agriculture; Harrie L. Hughes Papers, 1947-1966;
image thumbnail Engineer Creek Title taken from caption. "Hughes & Menzies; Engineer Creek Photographer's number 220. Photographer: A. J. Johnson." Albert Johnson Photograph Collection, 1905-1917;
image thumbnail Earrings, Beaded Made of smoked moosehide; metal hair clip sewn between pieces of hide. Trimmed first with pink irridescent beads, widely spaced, then with opaque red beads, spaced close together. Beaded floral design in the center of each; three tiny red flowers with pink centers, from which extend green leaves (two on both the left and right), first an irridescent light green leaf, then a dark green leaf. 5.1 cm long by 1.9 cm wide Made by Sonya Alexander. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Demientieff, Claude interview (05/17/1985) (06 of 09) (9:56 min.) (06 of 09) River conditions villages; Galena; Fairbanks; hauled horses; north slope; big wheels; Yukon River bridge; couldn't get passed rapids; pushed it over; Lyndon transport; rapids downstream; fast; Rampart; advertising; Bush Creek; Beaver; no set schedule; Koyukuk River; Huslia; navigating through sand; horsepower; Rampart Oral History Interviews, Alaska & Polar Regions Collections
image thumbnail Decoration, suncatcher 7.8 cm diameter ring covered with smoked hide and trimmed with brown and clear beads. Eight pointed star motif in middle of ring composed of brown, clear, orange, and aqua beads; a topaz teardrop bead hangs in the center; three beaded tassels (double looped with a amber-like stone at center)hang from bottom of ring; tassels end in cowery shells attached to a folded piece of hide; from each end of the hide, a feather is attached witha stone-like bead. A single strand of beads makes a small loop at the top; at the center of this is a piece of hide with a hole in it from which the piece can be hung. Made by Selina Alexander. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Dagger Rusty Steel dagger with horns at end of handle. Length 33.5 cm. Handle wrapped with hide. Front of blade has central raised area along length, back of dagger blade is flat. Blade tip slightly bent. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Lisa Attla. Huslia, November 1982. Title from accompanying note. Alice (A.J.) Lynch Photograph Collection
image thumbnail Little Beatus and his wife Ida in Allakaket. Title by indexer. Description from cataloger's notes. Little Beatus (Harry) and his wife Ida in Allakaket. They had come up from Hughes by dogteam in March. Taken by Johnson Moses in 1952. Harry was identified by visiting elders in November, 2010. Bertha Moses Collection;
image thumbnail Lloyd and Amelia DeWilde. Title from note on slide.Full note reads: "Lloyd and Amelia DeWilde, [Huslia?] River". Roger Kaye Photograph Collection
image thumbnail Williams, H. O. (Red) interview (03/07/1985) 09 of 17 (5:27 min) (09 of 27)Flying for fur buyers Leo Kay member of the Koslosky family. Fairbanks, Ruby, Hughes, Kobuk, Shungnak, Kiana, Kotzebue then Nome. Maime Wig's Roadhouse ran into Jim McGoffin, & (Muskrat) Johnnie Schwagler. Took off early to make sure and get the furs. Doiminic Vernetti, had an attractive wife. Furbuyer kept flirting, Did same thing in Shungnak with the teachers wife. Red Williams was worried that their hosts would kick them out into the cold. Oral History Interviews, Alaska & Polar Regions Collections;
image thumbnail Wheat on Yankovich Farm, 1963. Title from verso. Verso also stamped with the name, "Harrie L. Hughes, Fairbanks, Alaska." Image shows a detailed close-up of wheat growing in a field. Vertical File--Agriculture; Harrie L. Hughes Papers, 1947-1966;
image thumbnail Walter Todd diary C, page 41, March 10-11, 1917. Walter Todd. Diaries, 1915-1918. HMC-0988
image thumbnail Vanessa Derendoff. Huslia, November 1982. Title by indexer.Photo of a little girl in winter clothing. Alice (A.J.) Lynch Photograph Collection
image thumbnail Summer camp of Indians. Title by indexer. Description from cataloger's notes. Summer camp of Indians, on the river near Hughes. Tishu V. Ulen collection;

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