View is south of Dawson City, showing police barracks Handwritten note under image: "Mounted Police barracks. They kept good order. Soapy Smith wanted no part of them. We stayed on the Alaska side of the line." Photographer's number 73
Title from image caption Large crowd of onlookers; horse-drawn cart, loaded with lumber, mired in mud; businesses visible on street behind include City Auction Mart and Labor Bureau, Montana Restaurant, and California Saloon ...
Shell Simmons poses with unidentified man; Shell's Cessna 185, which he flew 1969-1975, in background; sign on plane: "Juneau, Alaska, 'Capital City of the Great Land'"; sign on building in background reads, in part, "El Cajon"
Shell Simmons (second from left), Bee Simmons (far right), and two unidentified people pose in front of Shell's private plane, a Cessna 185 with sign: "Juneau, Alaska, 'Capital City of the Great Land'"
Title from verso Lieutenant Mary L. Morehead of Falls City Nebraska (left), darns her stocking, while Lieutenant Cecelia Brychta of Bremen, Kansas, reads a letter form home in the Army nurses' quarters. Signal Corps Photo 337867