View of the south end of the town of Juneau, including the Alaska Juneau Mill. Other photos of the mill are found in other collections in the Alaska Digital Archives, such as ASL-P258-III-35-0745, and ASL-P344-178. The...
[The finding aid states that this is a photo of "Etta (Esther) Goldstein Marks. 1st daughter (2d child) of Reuben (Anna). M. 1893 in Chicago to Henry Marks..." The library has digitized a duplicate copy of this photograph to include the original...
2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Title taken from verso. Seven men, a dog, and a number of birds hung from a pole. Verso: 1. Ed Jones 2. Allen Shattuck 3. Guy McNaughton 4. J.H. Biggs 5. Izzy Goldstein 6. Chas Goldstein [7. Captain Bobby Drost]
Title taken from image. Group portrait of teacher and pupils outside the first public school in Juneau, in the building that became the Log Cabin Church, ca. 1885. Accompanying notes: #1, Miss Murphy, teacher. #2&3, Kennedy boys. #4&5, Bill...
Title taken from verso.
Verso: Pioneer Home(?). [Men identified:] Silas Gibson, Jack Timmins (standing), Slim Jim Winn [or Charles Goldstein?; seated, center], Big Hart, Frank Berry, C.W. Young [seated, right], Frank Young [behind C.W.]....
Title from image. Composite of portraits, with name of each individual. Top row (l. to r.): S.O. Wheelock, Frank Forrest, W.W. Casey - Chief, Chas. Price, S. Blum
2nd row (l. to r.): J.B. Denny, J.M. Behrends
3rd row (l. to r.):...