Title supplied by cataloger. Iditarod Trail and Race. Supplies in bags and containers in the bed of a truck. Truck parked in driveway. Building can be seen in background. Slide labeled, 'Photo copyright Joe Redington Sr. Knik, Alaska.' Slide...
Title supplied by cataloger. Iditarod Race. Buser in red coat and bunny boots with goggles on his forehead stands in snow next to sled and green tarp strung in trees. Slide printed 4/1988. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Meat cut on bandsaw. Meat would have been kept frozen in 'drop bags' and used during expedition to feed the sled dogs. Folder labeled, 'Iditarod Challenge.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Coast Guard operated LST, discharges equipment onto beach through open bow doors; the beach is strewn with bundles [barracks bags?] and boxes of gear or supplies; a bulldozer operates along shore Photographer's number 5603
In Winter and Pond Company's photograph album THE TRAIL OF '98 Full album caption: "The camaraderie of the trail; life among the stampeders in Dyea Canyon, 1898." Tents, harnessed dogs, and stacked bags of supplies; two women on far right
Title from sign on building Men outside of store advertising "Groceries & Gents' Clothing and Ladies' Furnishings and Dry Goods" Supplies, including bags of flour, oats, rice, beans, and sugar, and crates of spices, corn starch, potatoes,...
From trip starting in 1928 down the Yukon River to the Bering Sea with Fred “Spokane” Hill. Burg wrote about the trip for National Geographic in 1930 (See Chapter 3 of The Last Voyageur by Vince Welch).