[Whittier earthquake cleanup, Lake George glacier breakup, wildlife]
Stewart’s Photo Shop collection
Ivan Stewart (Filmmaker)Oro Stewart (Filmmaker)
Footage includes foxes playing in brush; men working to repair railroad tracks, damaged buildings and burned out fuel storage tanks in Whittier following the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964, rubble along the shoreline, Lake George glacier breaking up, bears fishing in a river and playing onshore, aerial views of a volcanic crater, seals on a beach, closeups of young seals, and bears and cubs eating and fishing. The film is made from six shorter reels of film spliced together. The original boxes and can are labeled as follows: 1) Foxes - #60013 – 100’ $30.00. 2) R-58 Whittier Earthquake - $15.00. 3) #41 Lake George Glacier Breakup - $15.00. 4) #49 Close-up Brown Bears - $15.00. 5) #39 Fur Seals - $15.00. 6) #44 Bear and cubs - $15.00.
16mm film; color; silent
FoxesRailroad tracksEarthquakesCoastlinesGlaciersBearsCratersVolcanoesSeals (Animals)BeachesFishing
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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