Travels in Alaska
Prepared for publication by Mrs. Marion Randall Parsons.
Illustrations: Alpenglow on summit of Mt. Muir, Harrison Fiord, Prince William Sound -- Hanging Valley and waterfall, Fraser Reach -- Lowe Inlet, British Columbia -- Indian canoes -- Alaskan hemlocks and spruces, Sitka -- Old chief and totem pole, Wrangell -- Admirality Island -- The Muir Glacier in the seventies, showing ice cliffes and stranded icebergs (from a photograph owned by Mr. Muir) -- Stranded icebergs, Taku Glacier -- Vegetation at high-tide line, Stika Harbor -- Ruins of buried forest, east side of Muir Glacier (from a photograph owned by Mr. Muir) -- Floating iceberg, Taku Inlet. Except where otherwise indicated the illustrations are from photographs by Herbert W. Gleason. The colored half-tone which appears on the cover is from a painting of the Muir Glacier by Thomas Hill, owned by Mr. Muir.
This book is part of the Natural History Collection, a book collection which supports the James Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community and the Natural World.