Ziegler, Eustace P. (painter). Oil on Masonite. Size: 11.5 x 13.5 in. Title, "Freighting on Rainer" by artist on verso [Freighting on (River)?]. Title on Museum accession card, "River Freighting under Mt. McKinley." Signed lower right.
Title from image. Photograph of a dogsled team bringing freight to Quail Creek. Narrative in photo album reads: "Freighting above the timber line" "On the way from Rampart to the placer mining on Quail Creek."
Looking up a frozen river at a packtrain hauling freight at Gulkana, Alaska, with people standing at right. From verso: "Valdez Creek Mining Co. Freighting on river. Gulkana, Alaska. 400 tons freight. 76 sleds, 40 horses, 36 persons in party." ca....
Title by indexer. Photograph shows a couple of horses hitched up to sleds at a road house. One of the buildings appears to read [Northmen's Roadhouse, Freighting to the Summit]. Boxes of cargo sit nearby, and some dogs are standing near other...
Title taken from caption. The sign on the side of the building confirms that this is Wortman's road house, which offers the service of Freighting to the Summit on the Fairbanks - Valdez trail. Photo by Johnson, and image is hand-colored.
Title taken from front. View of horse drawn sled freighting outfits in front of Ernestine Roadhouse, Valdez-Fairbanks Trail, Alaska. Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. n.d. Photographer: P.S. Hunt.
Panoramic view of Fairbanks, Alaska, showing numerous businesses, including the Northern Commercial Co., C. E. Jones Groceries, Hotel Northern, Pioneer Saloon, Downing & Gardner Freighting, and Bradley the Undertaker
Title from image caption Man, with dolly, stands on front porch of log building; sign advertises Chilkoot Railroad and Transport Co. Freighting to Sheep Camp, Summit, and Lindeman Photographer's number 7
Title taken from slide mount. Warehouse with pallets stacked in front, and large sign. Sign: Valdez, coastal Terminus of Alaska's Highway System, Distribution Center to Interior Alaska. Farthest North Year Round Ice Free Seaport in North...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.