Commissioner Henry O' Malley's inspection trip to Alaska in 1929. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Haida in the Bering Sea. Doctor Cramton on the deck of the cutter. He inspects life preservers with few other men. Dr. Cramton tries to interpret wigwagging being sent to Haida. Doctor Cramton with other men on a shore.
Commissioner Henry O' Malley's inspection trip to Alaska in 1929. A steamer carrying Henry O' Malley's party enters Resurrection Bay. Snow covered mountains and rocks. The steamer in Resurrection Bay in Seward. Cliffs with snow covered mountains in the background. A boat at a distance in calm bay waters. View of several other boats.
Commissioner Henry O' Malley's inspection trip to Alaska in 1929. A tally scow receives fish from a sailboat in Bristol Bay. A flat scow numbered 2 behind the tally scow. Men on the tally scow. A boat with two men moves away leaving a trail in the sea. Fisheries patrol boat No.7 in the Bering Sea. A man on the deck. A cannery and a dock. A man on the patrol boat with the U.S. flag. Cannery buildings along the sea coast.
Commissioner Henry O' Malley's inspection trip to Alaska in 1929. The last of an old sailing fleet in Bristol Bay. Steamship at anchor off Johnson Hill, Bristol Bay waiting for salmon pack. Old raider Eitel Frederick is turned into a cannery ship. A cod schooner in the Bering Sea. United States Coast Guard Cutter Haida in the Bering Sea.
The Carpenter-Whitney Expedition in Alaska. Largest species of moose family, Kenai Moose spotted in a forest area. The moose walks into the bushes. H W Terhune, the Executive Game Commissioner of Alaska, with assistants, arrives by boat. The Commissioner inspects a large moose head along a lake.
The Carpenter-Whitney Expedition in Alaska. The shore line of Tustumena Lake and sunset at Mt. Redoubt, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska