She is joined here by Mary Ann Paquette and they give a very personal introduction to growing up in Yakutat.The edited section can be found in the Kayamori slideshow.
The photo album is from his collection at the Alaska State Library in Juneau.
There is considerable interest in the album and the images of Yakutat in the early years.
In 1922, the Northern Commercial Company was sold to a group of employees, who moved the headquarters to Seattle, it opened department stores, auto dealerships, and tire stores in Alaska's cities, and became a major supplier of heavy equipment and machinery in Alaska.
By 1975 the Northern Commercial Company sold its department stores to Nordstrom, the Goodyear tire stores were sold to Bandag Corporation.
This is a continuation of an interview with Jacob Adams, Sr.
on November 15, 2013 by Karen Brewster in the North Slope Borough Assembly's conference room in the Borough's central office building in Barrow, Alaska.
They made comments on a photo album of pictures made by a Japanese photographer, Kayamori, who lived in Yakutat until World War II.
When he learned that he would be detained in a camp during the war he committed suicide.
ACC now has 30 stores in 29 remote Alaska Villages, under the name AC Value Center.