Peering into a glacial crevasse

Clarence Leroy Andrews :: Two men holding an ice ax and peering into a glacial crevasse, undated. | src University of Oregon Digital Libraries ~ C. L. Andrews photographs, 1880s-1948

C.L. Andrews, 1900-1910

Unknown photographer. Two men on top of Eagle Bluff in Eagle, Alaska. One man identified as C.L. Andrews stands with his head covered by a camera cloth (camera mounted on a tripod), 1900-1910. | src | src C. L. Andrews photographs, 1880s-1948 ~ University of Oregon ~ Oregon Digital Libraries

Rotary snowplow clearing snow

Clarence Leroy Andrews :: Snowplow on White Pass Railway, Alaska, undated (1880-1948). | src C. L. Andrews photographs, 1880s-1948 ~ University of Oregon ~ Oregon Digital Libraries

Snowman at Summit, 1902

Clarence Leroy Andrews :: The Father of the Glaciers (Snowman at Summit, 1902. Waggoner, Muir and Howe, written on low margin), Muir Glacier, Alaska, 1902. | src University of Oregon Digital Libraries
Description: Silhouettes of three men in hats and a child in snow-filled landscape standing in front of a monumental snowman sculpture made with carved ice. The snowman is approximately four times the size of a man.