Title from caption. Photograph shows men operating a pile driver at Nenana Crossing. It is wintertime and all the men are wearing cold-weather gear. Caption also reads: "No. 107, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."
Title from caption. Photograph shows horses or mules pulling a sleigh in the snow near the entrance to the first coal min on Lignite Creek. Caption also reads: "No. 113, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."
Title taken from caption. Men with mule team and horses hitched to sleds hauling coal from coal mine at Lignite Creek, Alaska. Caption also reads: "No. 114, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."
These photographs were taken between 1899 and 1911 and depict life in the region around Forts Gibbon and Egbert. Included are hunting parties, military personnel, camp buildings, scenery, dog sledding and skiing. Steamships are shown loading wood...
In 1925, Norman H. Read (1891-1992) was part of the first expedition to climb Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest peak in North America. Read returned to make a second ascent of the mountain in 1950, at the age of...
Title from caption, brackets by cataloger. Photograph of an abandoned cabin covered by snow. Narrative in photo album reads: "Winter scenes near villages. Below an abandoned cabbage nearly covered with snow."
Title by cataloger. Photograph of a dog team near Rampart, Alaska. A pair of snowshoes is stuck in the snow. Narrative in photo album reads: "Various scenes about Rampart during the early gold rush days."