Title taken from accompanying note. A full-length studio portrait of a girl in formal wear: white dress, matching white hat, and black shoes. [She may be the daughter of the creator of this collection and photographer Albert J. Johnson.]
Full-length studio portrait, left profile; in 1900-1905, Kinzie was assistant superintendent of the Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining Company; 1905-1914, general superintendent of the Treadwell, Alaska Mexican Gold Mining Co., Alaska United Gold Mining...
Coudahwot and Yehlh-gouhu, chiefs of the Con-nuh-ta-di at Klukwan, wearing totemic design dance shirts and beaded leggings; full-length view against outside wall of building. Duplicate view in PCA 87-296.
Full-length portrait, taken outdoors, of Stroller White, born in 1859 and died in 1930; publisher of first newspaper in Douglas; owner/editor of Whitehorse Star for a decade; and Speaker of the Alaska Territorial House of Representatives in 1918.