[David and Mike Doxey Film collection 6]
David and Mike Doxey Film collection
David Doxey (Filmmaker)
Footage includes a river break-up, Richardson Highway travel, children playing, sled dog races, downtown Fairbanks, a panorama, Dawson City, waterskiing at Harding Lake, a Golden Days Parade in Fairbanks, a Sheep Creek dredge being moved in 1958, children in Easter clothes, Open North American Sled Dog Races and the Fairbanks Winter Carnival parade. Footage from 1960 through 1966 includes a family at Harding Lake, the 1961 Winter Carnival parade, Harding Lake, travel outside of Alaska, the 1963 North American Championship Sled Dog Race, snowshoe baseball, a scramble race, the 1963 Yukon Marathon, Eskimo Olympics, the 1964 Golden Days parade, dog races, Tanana River break-up in Nenana in 1965 and snowmachines at the 1966 North American. Additional footage includes Harding Lake in 1966, snowmachines in March of 1967, waterskiing at Harding Lake in 1967, fireworks, the 1967 Chena River flood in Fairbanks, boat travel on the Salcha River, waterskiing in 1968, and Jason in 1978.
8mm film; color; silent
DogsleddingDog teamsWater skiingLakes & pondsParades & processionsDredgesIndigenous peoplesSnowshoes & snowshoeingBaseballsnowmobilesSnowmobilesFireworksBoats
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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