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    • Carrots in garden.

    • Carrots in garden.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows what appears to be a crop of carrots pulled from Fannie Quigley's garden. The Quigley's cabin appears to sit in the background.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley...

    • UAF-1980-46-503
    • Men with tractor.

    • Men with tractor.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows men walking alongside a tractor pulling a sled with fuel barrels on it.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-580
    • Carrots.

    • Carrots.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a large pile of carrots from Fannie Quigley's garden.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-511
    • Cabins on a hillside.

    • Cabins on a hillside.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two cabins on a hillside. This photograph is very dark. Snow is partially covering the ground.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-532
    • Firewood.

    • Firewood.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows what appears to be a large pile of firewood partially covered by snow.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-531
    • Garden.

    • Garden.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows some type of leafy vegetable growing in Fannie Quigley's garden.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-515
    • Dog on the tundra.

    • Dog on the tundra.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a dog standing on snowy tundra. This photograph is quite dark.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-544
    • Two unknown people.

    • Two unknown people.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two unknown people wearing winter clothing standing on a snowy hillside in front of a small log cabin. This photograph is quite blurry.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe...

    • UAF-1980-46-518
    • Person in garden.

    • Person in garden.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a person standing in a garden. Their face can not be seen, but the person may be Fannie Quigley.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-558
    • Two moose.

    • Two moose.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two moose in the snow. One is standing up and the other is lying down or may be dead.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-585
    • Dog team.

    • Dog team.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a dog team pulling a sled with a person on it. A small cabin sits in the background.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-583
    • Six people.

    • Six people.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows six people standing together in the snow on a hillside.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-528
    • Woman with fish.

    • Woman with fish.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows Stella Paxton standing with a row of caught fish.

      Location assumed to be near Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-565
    • Two moose.

    • Two moose.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows two moose in a snowy meadow. One is standing up and the other is sitting down.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-540

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