Verso: This was at Chilkat about 1895-1897. Sol Ripinsky's trading post in Haines, prior to the Klondike Rush. Sol is the man in the bowler hat to the right of center of picture. Later became collector of customers in Haines.
Title from image. Chief's grave. Photographer's number 460. According to Louis Shotridge’s notes, this was designed and carved by a Dakl’aweidí carver named Naakushtáa. The same carver made the screen and houseposts inside the Frog House...
Title taken from image. front of Shake's House with open door and six children; totem poles, Bear-up-the-Mountain and Go-na-ka-dot; objects displayed on porch include hats, ceremonial staffs, totemic figures, quilt. Photographer's number 283.
Coudahwot and Yehlh-gouhu, chiefs of the Con-nuh-ta-di at Klukwan, wearing totemic design dance shirts and beaded leggings; full-length view against outside wall of building. Duplicate view in PCA 87-296.