Edwin S. Hall, Jr., holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Yale University. He has been honored by the Society for American Archaeology and by the Alaska Anthropological Association. Now retired, Hall devotes his time to research and writing about Arctic Alaska.
The artistic vision of Claire Fejes (1920-1998) was forged during the Depression and tempered by four decades in Alaska. Her bold use of color and form evoke the essence of the North in all its beauty and power.