Item 1: Studio portrait of Tlingit man and young man, postcard format, circa 1900.
Item 2: Studio portrait of boy and reverse reads “Seward-Kunz, May 8, 1894”.
Item 3: Studio portrait of two young men, likely brothers, circa 1890s. Photo is torn in half and only top half it contained by SHI.
Item 4: Image of six Tlingit women selling berries in front of the General Merchandise Store (old Russian trading post) in Sitka, circa 1900.
Item 5: Studio portrait of young woman, circa 1900. Image by Winter & Pond.
Item 6: Studio portrait of young man, circa 1900; postcard format.
Item 7: Studio portrait of young man, circa 1900; postcard format.
Item 8: Studio portrait of young family, circa 1920; postcard format. Image by Elite Studio, Juneau.
Item 10: Image of Annie Thompson (Khaajoohéin) and boy outdoors near a tent house, undated.
Item 13: Studio portrait of man [Seward Kunz ?] and woman, circa 1900; by Winter & Pond, Juneau.
Item 14: Studio portrait of man, 1893, by Landerkin & Winter, Juneau.
Item 15: Studio portrait of four women and two children, 1893, by Landerkin & Winter, Juneau.
Item 16Item 16: Studio portrait of man and woman, circa 1900; by Winter & Pond, Juneau.
Item 17: Studio portrait of the Martin and Annie Thompson family, with daughter Isabella, undated. Reverse contains faded writing which reads “Mrs. Annie Thompson..." Martin's Tlingit name was Inchkhu.oowú, Annie's was Khaajoohéin.
Item 18: Studio portrait of family, undated; by Sitka View & Portrait Co., Reuben Alberstone & Co. This image may be a photograph of George Edwards Sr. and Mary Tsa Tate Edwards, parents of Bessie Visaya.
Item 19: Studio portrait of father [Seward Kunz ?], mother and child, reverse reads “July 4, 1903, Sending you our darling baby,” by Winter & Pond, Juneau.
Item 20: Portrait shot of family sitting next to a house, undated.
Item 21: Studio portrait of two young Tlingit men in baseball uniforms, reverse reads “April 1905”, most likely taken at Juneau.
Item 22: Portrait shot of two women standing in front of pine trees, circa 1900. Size 5 x 6.5.
Item 23: Portrait shot of the Martin and Annie Thompson family in front of house, with son Phillip and daughter Isabella, circa 1910; by E. W. Merrill, Sitka. Size 5 x 6.5. Martin's Tlingit name was Inchkhu.oowú, Annie's was Khaajoohéin. Photo identified courtesy Harold Jacobs.
Item 24: Tintype photograph of an unidentified Tlingit man, circa 1870s.
Item 25: View of ANS Camp 2 and others posing in front of the Tlingit canoe float for the July 4, 1951 parade in Juneau. Photo taken near Fireman's Ballpark, near site of present Federal Building.
Item 26: View of 7 ANS women and 1 ANB man posing for a picture, undated. Left to right: Mrs. Joe Williams, Cecilia Kunz, Bessie Visaya, and the rest are unknown.
Item 27: View of large group of ANS women posing for a group picture in front of the Sitka ANB Hall, circa 1950.
Item 28: View of members from the Juneau community gathered at the Thunderbird House, circa 1950. Left to right: standing; Joe Johnson, Alice Nelson, Priscilla Corpus, Dorothy James Coronell, Peter Williams, Albert Johnson, Jimmie John, Henry Anderson, Bessie Visaya, Walter Soboleff, Johnny Wise, Jessie Collier Wilson. Seated; left to right; Edward Kunz, Sr., Cecilia Kunz, unidentified, Willie Peters, Frank Shorty, Nellie Willard.
Item 29: View of large group of unidentified Juneau Tlingit, all in full ceremonial attire, undated. Photograph taken indoors with American flags in the background, undated.