Since there was cataloging copy at hand (eight other institutions already hold this item), it seemed straightforward enough a task. Clean up the ISBD punctuation, add local note about inscription, etc. — believe me, I know the drill.
What interested me most, however, was the whole question of what the purpose of this pamphlet had been anyway? It seemed awfully like those promotional pamphlets put out by transportation companies, but since there is no tangible evidence of that objective, I probably should not assign either “Place marketing” or “Place marketing literature” as a topical or genre access point to this record. Too bad. I love it when the LC subject headings actually describe something accurately — sort of. But it seems likely that Mr. Davis may have been more interested in promoting the sale of his photographs, than in Alaska boosterism, per se.
Image credit: Scan of front cover of Here and there in Southeastern Alaska