Title taken from verso. View of steamboat Yukon on Yukon River, possibly in Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada. Man and woman with baby stand on upper deck at right and another person stands on upper deck at left. Printing on boat reads: "Yukon."...
1 map on 10 sheets; library rare copy missing sheet 1. Relief shown by form lines, shading and spot heights. Includes notes regarding agencies and individuals whose surveys provided cartographic bases. In color. Map 5 of 10.
Title taken from front. Two canoes carrying Yakutat, Alaska residents with shoreline of Yakutat village in background. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." 1904. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Title taken from caption. "Yakatai natives on Kyak Islands near Copper River, Alaska." An outdoor group portrait. [See note in UAF-1959-866-46 for place and people identification.] Caption in album reads: "35 mm neg. 75-604". 5 x 8 cyanotype.
Text on photo reads: "After Storm Nov. 17". View of the wreckage of the Lincoln Bar in Nome after a storm on Nov 17, 1945. "Jacobs [Studio] Nome" written on bottom right of photograph. Two wooden buildings adjacent to the wreckage are intact. ...
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Photo of the wrecked S.S. Yukon with people on deck waiting to be rescued near Seward, Alaska. Original size of photograph: 4" x 5".
Glacier Photo Service, Seward, Alaska is stamped on the back of the photograph. Aerial view of the wreck of the S. S. Yukon (center) and the rescue and salvage fleet near Seward, Alaska. Original size of photograph: 4" x 5".