Worker at the "patching" table. For many years the Cook Inlet catch was canned unlike today when the product is fast frozen for market. To fill the cans to 8 oz. or 16 oz., empty spaces around the whole piece were "patched".
Unidentified worker at "patching table"
Cheechako file photo
10.5 x 8
KPC Anthropology Lab
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