Title taken from front. Mile One of the Alaska Northern Railway presents a view of the train crossing the trestle near Seward, Alaska. Resurrection Bay is visible in the background. Also from front: ""278 ... Hero of Resurrection Bay. 206. L.N.G."...
Title taken from front. This early aerial view of the head of Resurrection Bay in Alaska shows the numerous streams which empty into the bay. Note the railroad trestle in the foreground. 1905-1913. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 5 1/2".
Looking north on Fourth Avenue from dock in Seward, Alaska. On the right is the Alaska Central Railroad trestle that leads to the dock. 1905? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 11 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Neil Sexton and two other men get ready to shove off into Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska in a boat named Tonsina. Printing on boat reads: "Tonsina." 1906-1912. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
View of sea lion killed by men from Seward, Alaska on the beach near the dock. A small boy stands on the dead animal, while another boy looks on. 1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
A group of men and women are gathered in a gold mining site. The presence of well dressed men and women indicates this is a special occasion. A sluice appears to be up on trestles as well as one down on the ground.
The George King Collection describes in photographs and manuscript material early aviation in Alaska. There are two series in this collection. The first series consists of five photograph albums and two folders of loose photographs. The second...