Title from top of graph. At left: "A weather chart showing the coldest wave ever felt in the history of Dawson. To whom it may concern: These figures, covering the winter months of 1905 and 1906, were taken from the official records of the...
Title taken from front. View of men walking along Copper River and Northwestern Railway tracks, Keystone Canyon, Alaska. Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. Photographer's number G927. Aug. 12, 1906? Photographer: P.S. Hunt.
Title taken from front. Men and woman with dog teams on frozen Bering Sea, Nome, Alaska. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. Judge S.C. Henton & dog team at handle bars of sled with woman on it." Photographer's number 4836. May...
Title taken from front. Pile of gold bars, sacks of gold coins, and buckets of ore totally $1,200,000 from Miners and Merchants Bank in Nome, Alaska. Photographer's number 800. 1906. Photographer: O. D. Goetze.
Title taken from front. View looking east at mining operations on Third Beach, Nome, Alaska, with sluices at right and buildings in background. Photographer's number A813. July 1906. Photographer: Goetze.
Title taken from front. View of men aboard the S.S. Ohio arriving in Nome, Alaska during the Gold Rush. Also from front: "Lowman & Hanford Co., Seattle." Publisher's number 2074. June 1906. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Title taken from front. Beach scene of boats, a horse being led onto a ship, and buildings along shore, Knik, Alaska. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." Oct. 1906. Photographer: OGH. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".