Photograph of the Healy River Trading Post circa 1920. A snow shoe is visile to the left side of the building and a horse shoe is seen at the peak of the arch of the roof. A cache is visible behind the left side of the building.
Kathleen, Harold and Madge Newton visit with some goats, their living quarters in the background. The quarters are located behind the store. What appears to be livestock pen or coop stands behind the children.
Photograph of the Healy River Trading Post, circa 1910. Visible in this scene are a supply of fire wood, snowshoes leaning against the firewood, wood stove parts, and a sled next to the fence to the right of the trading post. A sign above the door...
"The Healy River Trading Post, Upper Tanana. On left Fred Calendar's Cabin, fox pens, main store with living quarters behind and two small buildings one for tools ect., the other for the goats on the far right the sawmill."
Healy Lake potlatch. The Newton's camp about a mile from the Indian settlement. In front of the tent: Pat Hering, Andrew Isaac, W. H. Newton, Kathleen Newton, Silas Peter, Harold Newton and to right Mrs. Jane H. Newton.