Title from image caption View of steamboats and fishing boats next to dock, including the COMMODORE, the NAKAT of Seattle, BILLY of Ketchikan; a restaurant is prominent on left of dock Photographer's number 5011
Title from verso Head and shoulders portrait Additional information on verso: "Doctor from San Francisco who worked in the Girdwood-Anchorage area. He arrived [in Alaska] around 1907 and living with the E.W. Young family for some 20 years"
Album caption: "A gold bucket full of odd shaped nuggets with a cabin replica in gold, produced by J. L. Sale and Company, presented to Lady Minto on the occasion of the visit by Governor Lord and Lady Minto to Dawson City in 1900."
Sketch of three people running rapids in a long narrow boat Note: Edwin Tappan Adney (1868-1950) was an artist, a writer, a photographer, and an experienced woodsman. Harper's Weekly sent Tappan Adney to the Klondike in the summer of 1897