Forest area, farm land and shock piles of wheat at Matansuka Valley, Alaska. A girl opens fence and looks toward cows. Cows enter the barnyard. Girls on horseback bring in the cattle.
A man wearing hat enters chicken pen and feeds chickens in Matansuka Valley, Alaska.
A 1953 Cadillac sedan, covered with dust, drives along a road, passing homes in Bootlegger Cove residential neighborhood of Anchorage, Alaska. Next sequence shows Fourth Avenue south of C street, with vehicles moving along the street and several pedestrians on the sidewalk . A hotel is identified by its sign. Street level closeup of the pink-colored MacKay building, at 337 E 4th St, at corner of E 4th and Denali Street. ( It opened in 1951 as Mount McKinley Apartments, was renamed the MacKay building, and decades later, renovated and called the McKinley Tower.)
View from Douglas Island looking across Gastineau Channel at the city of Juneau nestled at the foot of Mount Juneau (left) and Mount Roberts (right). At the time (1954) Juneau was the Capital of the Territory of Alaska. (Note: Gastineau Channel is a part of the "Inside Passage" of SE Alaska, a naturally protected waterway of the North Pacific Ocean.)
Sign reads "Arctic valley, Ski Bowl, Fort Richardson, Alaska". Skiers at the ski bowl, Fort Richardson, Alaska. Scramble hold of the ski tow.