Anaktuvuk Pass: Images

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image thumbnail Studying plants. Information from interview with collection donor: "Studying plants. George L. marked out the square and identified plants within square - Anak. Pass." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk. Information from interview with collection donor: "Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Native men gather around a drum. Information from interview with collection donor: "Left to right: Simon Paneak; Frank; Ichabod [?]" These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Left-right: Simon Paneak, Bob Ahgook, Elijah Kakinya, put water in the metal bucket, stretch skin tight across and tie with rope. Lady in dress might be Jane Rulland young." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Float plane lands on a lake. Title by indexer. A large floatplane lands on a lake. George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail George A. Llano Collection, circa 1948. The George A. Llano Collection consists of 111 photographs relating to Llano's lichen research and the Anaktuvuk Pass and Wainwright areas, circa 1948. Subjects include plant collecting and identification, people and village activities in Anaktuvuk Pass, airplane flights, scenes from Wainwright, and Llano's research associates including Robert Rausch, Lloyd Spetzman, Simon Paneak and others.George Albert Llano was born Jorge Alberto Cecilio Perez y Llano in Havana, Cuba on November 22, 1911. He attended Cornell University, where he received a B. S. in 1935. Llano received an M.A. from Columbia Teachers College in New York in 1939. He began his Ph.D. work at Harvard University but was interrupted by world War II. After the war Llano continued his Ph.D. work at Vaxtbiologiska Institut in Uppsala, Sweden and finished his Ph.D. in botany at Washington University in St. Louis in 1949, while also working in Alaska collecting lichens with his mentor, Per Scholander. George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail George A. Llano poses for a picture. Title by indexer. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Ground squirrel. Information from interview with collection donor: "Ground squirrel, Anak. Pass. 1948. July, Aug. 1948. The Eskimos had to eat them because of the shortage of food." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Barrow people. These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Barrow People." The following information comes from interviews with the collection donor: "Eskimos at Anak. Pass. 1948." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Before houses were constucted. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass. 1948. Before houses were constructed." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail River winding through Anaktuvuk Pass. Information from interview with collection donor: "River winding through Anak. Pass. 1948. Flowed toward Arctic." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Bob Rausch in glasses. Title by indexer. These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Simon, Lela in hood. Bob Rausch in glasses." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass area. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Construction of a skin house 8 of 20 Simon Paneak tightening the binding on support members. House was created by Simon Paneak and various other people from Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Construction of a skin house 19 of 20 Close up view of a skin house after construction. It appears the window has been opened. House was created by Simon Paneak and various other people from Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Construction of a skin house 9 of 20 Simon Paneak adding additional support to the frame of the skin house. House was created by Simon Paneak and various other people from Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Construction of a skin house 20 of 20 A close up of the skin house after construction is complete and a recent snowfall shows on the exterior. The window appears to have been opened. House was created by Simon Paneak and various other people from Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Ethnology;
image thumbnail Kayak Paneak, Simon (maker). Frame in good condition; made of Canadian white spruce obtained by museum locally for Simon's use in constructing kayak; hides sewn on with cord and seams greased with caribou tallow; hides were green and split in the drier atmosphere of Fairbanks; wood stained red; 19'5" in length; some of the hides cut along seams to prevent warpage of frame as they shrank. (When received, frame was 19' 7 3/4" in length.) Made by Simon Paneak; local Anaktuvuk Pass women sewed the hides on. Photograph by James H. Barker. Ethnology;

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