This book is a rich record of life in small-town southeastern
Alaska in the late 1800s and early 1900s. It is the first book
to showcase the photographs of Vincent Soboleff, an amateur
Russian American photographer whose community included Tlingit
Indians from a nearby village as well as Russian Americans,
so-called Creoles, who worked in a local fertilizer factory.
Using a Kodak camera, Soboleff, the son of a Russian... more...