Assistant Secretary of Commerce Claude Huston visits Saint Paul Island in the Arctic region to study Arctic fisheries and fur seals. Claude Huston and party look down from a bridge. The officials walk over the bridge. Claude Huston walks over a thin pole to cross a water stream. The officials follow him. One of them falls in the water.
Assistant Secretary of Commerce Claude Huston visits the Arctic region to study Arctic fisheries and fur seals. Claude Huston and party at Saint Paul Island. Claude Huston with officials seated on a sledge pulled by a pack of dogs. Some of the officials standing in the background. The dogs pull the sledge on a railway track.
Assistant Secretary of Commerce Claude Huston visits the Arctic region to study Arctic fisheries and fur seals. A group of men throws fur seal pelts into a room. A man sprays water through a pipe. They wash the fur seal pelts. People walk in and out of a building. Claude Huston and other officials stand in front of a building.
Cruise of the whaler Herman to the Arctic. The whaler at St. Lawrence Island. Natives on dog sledges arrive at the ship. Dogs and sledges near the ship. Natives wrestle on the ice, bare skinned and at 20 degrees below 0 temperature. The whaler in the background.
An icon of Virgin Mary enshrined in Long Island, New York. Exterior of a house. People gather outside the house. The icon is said to have wept when a Mrs. Pagona Catsounis of Island Park, NY prayed in front of it. The Priest, Fr. George Papadeas carrying the icon coming out of the house. They proceed towards Saint Paul Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Hempstead. Interior of the church where The icon is enshrined.
Cruise of the whaler Herman to the Arctic. The whaler at St. Lawrence Island in Alaska. The crew visits the village of Gambell. Tents in the village. Dogs with sledges. Native women with children on their shoulders. Native families. Dogs lie on the ground.