Yukon Archives has an extensive collection of photographs, moving images (film and video), and sound recordings. Archives staff work with donors and long-time Yukoners to identify persons and places in the photographs and moving images. Sound recordings and moving images are summarized in textual form to help make the searching of these records more practical. Audiovisual records are of great value to genealogists by helping to bring context and detail to the lives of their ancestors.
|Photo of Old Crow Anglican Church|
Old Crow Anglican Church [and congregation, identified by Willie Thomas as Richard Martin, Joe Kay, Bishop Greenwood, Peter Benjamin (back), Jerome Thomas, Alonham (?) Peter, Peter Charlie, Norma Kassi, George Hamilton, Robert Bruce Sr., Peter Moses, Jesse Thomas, Mary Charlie, Marty Netro]
Yukon Archives. Richard Harrington fonds, 85/25 #346.
Studio Portrait (left to right): George P. MacKenzie, Chief Jim Boss, Skookum Jim, Reverend Blackwell.
Yukon Archives. E.J. Hamacher fonds (Margaret and Rolf Hougen Collection), 2002/118 #174.
Studio portrait of Chief Jim Boss in finely decorated white leather Southern Tutchone tunic trimmed with porcupine embroidery.
Yukon Archives. E.J. Hamacher fonds (Margaret and Rolf Hougen Collection), 2002/118 #697.
|Chappie Chapman Tape Oral History Transcript|
This document is a synopsis of an oral history interview conducted by Cal Waddington with Chappie Chapman as part of the Yukon River Aural History Project in 1978.
Yukon Archives. Yukon River Aural History Project, 81/32, tape series 51, tape 9, side 1, 1978. Synopsis located in the accompanying finding aid under CC1.