Title from caption. Photograpoh of two ridges with the following caption: One of several canyons crossed by the telegraph line between Donnelly and McCallum. Requires a full-grown man as a lineman to cover this route, either winter or summer.
In Winter and Pond Company's photograph album THE TRAIL OF '98 Full album caption: "Gold seekers in a continuous procession threading their way over a difficult course of ever winding, snow-choked canyons on the trail to the Klondike, 1898."
Two women and a boy sit on the edge of Lowell Creek in Seward, Alaska. Seward Light and Power Company headgate is visible in the distance. From verso: "Headgate S.L. & Power to Seward." 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 4 3/16".
Title taken from front. Benjamin Creek running through box canyon on the Kenai Peninsula near Seward, Alaska. Also from front: "Photo by Wild Bill." ca. 1910. Photographer: Bill DeWitt. Original size of photograph: 6 1/4" x 4".
Photograph shows the Lowe River flowing through the steep walls of the Keystone Canyon. A long tree truck ia laying on a gravel bar in the foreground. Clouds surround a rocky mountain peak in the distance....
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows a gorge with a stream flowing through it as seen from an airplane. Caption from finding aid reads "Kenai Peninsula". Location is on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
Title from caption. Photograph of the entrance to Miles Canyon. Narrative in photo album reads: "Below the entrance into Miles Can[y]on, the watery grave of many a miner. The sides are perpendicular rock from the swiftly flowing water. Once...
Title from caption in album: "April 5 - Upper mouth of [Box] cañon in East cañon". Photograph shows a snowy canyon, with rocky slopes. This photograph appears to have been put into the album upside-down.