[Alaska Visitors Association film]
Bovee Historical Film collection
Reed Bovee (Filmmaker)
This 35mm film from the Alaska Visitors Association shows eagles, whales, rivers, sled dog teams, aerial views, mountains, seals, hills, forests, moose, sheep, caribou, geese, rivers, ducks, bears, a cruise ship, fish, Prince William Sound, totem poles, a blanket toss, Alaska Native peoples, recreational activities, and waterfalls. A narrator encourages people to visit Alaska following the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill.
35mm film; color; sound
TourismDogsleddingSled dog racingWhalesEaglesMountainsSeals (Animals)MooseReindeerGeeseducksBearsTotem polesIndigenous peoplesRecreationWaterfalls
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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