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Margaret A. Hreha photograph collection 1926-1929.

Author: Margaret A Hreha
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : English
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This small collection contains views of Presbyterian missions in Alaska in the 1920's, Tlingit Indian culture and miscellaneous S.E. Alaska views. It includes a photo of Dr. S. Hall Young which was used in a 1927 issue of "Women and Missions," a Presbyterian periodical, submitted by an Elizabeth M. McKay of Ashtabula, Ohio. The majority of the prints are stamped on verso with "This print made in the Wilkes Dark  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Photographs
Named Person: Samuel Hall Young; Samuel Hall Young
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret A Hreha
OCLC Number: 54977198
Notes: In the Alaska State Library, Historical Collections, PO Box 110571, Juneau, AK 99811-0571.
Description: 14 photographs : b&w.
Contents: Presbyterian Manse (Wrangell) --
Princess Beebee Doho --
Cliff Apartments (Juneau) --
Community House Raven Tribe (Hoonah) --
Haines House --
Forest Ranger cabin (McGinnis Creek) --
Cannery (Skowl Arm).
Other Titles: Southeast Alaska communities, Presbyterian missions and Tlingit Indian culture
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This small collection contains views of Presbyterian missions in Alaska in the 1920's, Tlingit Indian culture and miscellaneous S.E. Alaska views. It includes a photo of Dr. S. Hall Young which was used in a 1927 issue of "Women and Missions," a Presbyterian periodical, submitted by an Elizabeth M. McKay of Ashtabula, Ohio. The majority of the prints are stamped on verso with "This print made in the Wilkes Dark Rooms, Ashtabula, O[hio]." The collection contains images of Princess Beebee Doho, a Juneau Tlingit woman who held the potlatch spoon for many years.

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