Title taken from front. Dog team preparing to leave Anchorage, Alaska, on a mail run, with spectators and buildings in background. Buildings shown include Anchorage U.S. Marshal's office and jail. n.d. Photographer: Logemann. Postcard.
Title from sleeve. A man in fur-trimmed parka and skin boots and mittens tends a fire underneath a large pot outside in winter. Stacked firewood has been placed under a tarp to the right of the fire. Photographer's number: 6997. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. Small wooden structures line the dirt road in Girdwood. In the foreground is a sign for the A & H Cafe. Sleeve dated March 22, 1953. Photographer's number: 3 1699 53. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Winter scene of school children standing on piles of snow on and around school, Valdez, Alaska. From verso: "School first opened in the year 1901. This is the second one on site. Old city hall - 1st school. I taught here taking Mrs. Paine's place....
Title taken from verso. Horse pack train in winter on McKinley St., Valdez, Alaska. Businesses shown include Hotel Valdez and S. Blume and Co. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." n.d. Original photograph size: 4 1/2" x 5...
Title from sleeve. Man walks, head down against the cold, along the snowy shore of Iniskin Bay. Fog-shrouded mountains visible in background. Also on sleeve: 'Zappa redrill.' Photographer's number: 8015. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title taken from verso. Winter street scene of Fourth Avenue in downtown Anchorage, looking west towards the Federal Building. Pedestrians walk along sidewalk under signs for businesses. Trucks and cars can be seen. 4x5 contact print, 4x5 neg
Title taken from front. Winter scene of Valdez, Alaska, taken with electric lighting. Businesses shown include Candy Kitchen and P.S. Hunt, Photographer. Photographer's number G2569. 1910. Photographer: P.S. Hunt. Postcard.