Title taken from verso. Verso: Officials of CR&NW RR before they are identified in "The Copper Spike." Front row (l. to r.): James English, track superintendent; J.R. Van Cleve, master mechanic; Sam Murchison, superintendent of construction;...
Title taken from verso. View of barrack buildings at U.S. Army fort, St. Michael, Alaska, and a marching soldier on boardwalk with gun. Also from verso: "Part of U.S.A. barricks [sic]." July 2, 1901. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 4 1/4".
Title taken from verso. View of boardwalk leading toward water, with buildings in background, possibly at Saint Michael, Alaska. Also from verso: "Could be St. Michael." Photographer's number 8264. 1938. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. View of man standing on paddlewheel of boat washed up near boardwalk on beach, possibly at Nome or Saint Michael, Alaska. Photographer's number 8256. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. View of riverboats "Sarah" and "Susie," one docked and one wrecked on beach, possibly in Nome or Saint Michael, Alaska. Photographer's number 8255. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Transcript of diary kept by Myrtle Ryan (later Bunger) in 1900 that describes her journey to and life in Dawson in the Yukon Territory and Nome, Alaska. Myrtle recounts how she traveled from Los Angeles, California to Skagway by boat in January...
U.S.S. ANCON at Sitka. View of Japonski Island looking east across channel to Sitka. Shows Tlingit village, graves, Russian Block house and St. Michael's cathedral. Image: Opp. Post Office, Portland, Or.
Verso: This is believed carved is early Thlikqut and destroyed in the customs house. St. Michael, Picture of wood carving done on wood. From "Neva" wrecked in Sitka harbor, Jan. 9-1813. Stamp on back: 1939.