Summary: Photograph album contains 26 photographs of Alaska and the North Country by E. Andrews Douglas, an Alaskan photographer. Eighteen of the photographs are in color and eight are black and white. The cover of the album was made from moose hide fastened with moose-hide string. Inside the front cover is a white card with black printing that reads ALBUM OF ALASKAN VIEWS PRESENTED TO MRS. WARREN G. HARDING BY THE LADIES OF DOUGLAS AND TREADWELL JULY 10, 1923. -- Color: Black, white, tan, brown -- Item Count: 1 item -- Dimensions: 38.7 cm x 57.78 cm
Alaska., hide (collagenous material), albums, Photographs, paper (fiber product)
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