Title from front. View of food caches on the Klondike River in Yukon Territory. From verso: "Cache in which food was kept away from wolves, dogs &c." ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: probably George Gordon Cantwell.
Title taken from front. View of log cabins and food caches on the banks of the Klondike River in Yukon Territory. Four wooden boats are visible in the foreground. ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: probably George Gordon Cantwell.
Winter view of a man fishing in the Klondike River in Yukon Territory, with boats visible along shore in the background. From verso: "I wonder if he did catch a fish! Probably." ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: possibly George Gordon Cantwell.
Title taken from verso. View of Alaskan reindeer herd near Cantwell, Alaska, belonging to Ruth Reit. Also from verso: "Miss Reit's." Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. 1920's. Original photograph size: 1 3/4" x 2 5/8".
Title taken from verso. Also on photo: "McKinley Park in the rain [sic], vacation, Aug., 1948. Alaska Railroad, Cantwell to Healy." View of McKinley Park railroad station, with baggage carts on platform. 4x5 contact print, 4x5 neg
Title supplied by cataloger. View of Alaska Railroad train on tracks next to station at the Curry Hotel. A few passengers can be seen waiting on the platform. On photo: Curry. Alaska Railroad Curry to Cantwell. 4x5 contact print, 4x5 neg
Manuscript with descriptions of 58 Alaskan villages by various students attending the Eklutna Vocational School during 1937. Villages include Afognak, Alitak, Anvic, Attu, Barrow, Beaver, Bethel, Cantwell, Chignik, Circle, Diomede, Eagle, Egegik,...