Title taken from image. Image: Back row: Gordon Bettles, Pete McDonald, Barney Hill, Frank Buteau, Geo. Matlock, Al. Mayo, John Nelson, Billy Loyd, J. O'Donnel, L. LaFlem Center: Jas. Kenedy, H. Scales, Pete Nelson Front row: H. Hamilton...
Title taken from image. Men wearing embroidered collars, aprons, with flags and ceremonial objects. Children and other spectators look out from open windows in background. Man in front center wearing top hat is George Lawler.
View from above. A large crowd of men who fill the street. A small girl in the center of the image. Sign on a building: Sheet Metal Works, Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Oil burners, A.M. Geyer, Phone 145. Photographer's number 3.
Jean Vanophem (far left, with open coat); his sister, Julie Vanophem (left foreground); Mr. Van Dieviot (behind her in cloth coat); Simone Vanophem (center); (l to r at far right) Nicholas Van Muylder, Dr. Echor Huybrechts, Albert Nadeau
Title from sign on building Note on verso: "First Alaska steam laundry" A dozen people, including six women in white aprons, pose outside the two-story building; in center foreground is a cart loaded with bundles of laundry
Lt. Governor H.A. "Red" Boucher, on left; and J. D. Cooper, Vice President and General Manager of Alaska Packers Association, on right, hold ends of Chilkat robe; at center is Jane Wallen Demmert, museum director
During the winter of 1895-96, Lockie MacKinnon and George Miller erected the Circle City Hotel on Third Street in Juneau, between Seward and Franklin Verso identifies the two people in the center of the image as Lockie MacKinnon and his son...