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NOAA Photo Library Image - cgs01196

Arnold Karo described this as: "Symbolic of Hoonah Tribe. Killer whale carved in the rocks. Icy Straits, Alaska. Perhaps someone could validate that. The crew of the WESTDAHL made several designs for hydrographic signals the season of 1936 including snake, anchor, and squirrel. See next three images.

Image ID: cgs01196, NOAA's Historic Coast & Geodetic Survey (C&GS) Collection
Location: Alaska, Hoonah area
Photo Date: 1936
Photographer: Collection of Vice Admiral H. Arnold Karo

Category: Coast and Geodetic Survey/

High Resolution Photo Available

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