Title from verso. "New gold rush." Children and women are digging. The young woman in the foreground appears to be wearing rubber boots and carrying some type of spoon or shovel. The building at left has the words "Nome Nugget" over the door.
Title taken from front. Monument to the pack animals that died during the Gold Rush of 1897-1898, located at Inspiration Point, along the White Pass and Yukon Railroad route, Southeast Alaska. Monument reads: "The dead are speaking. In memory of us...
Title taken from front. View of men aboard the S.S. Ohio arriving in Nome, Alaska during the Gold Rush. Also from front: "Lowman & Hanford Co., Seattle." Publisher's number 2074. June 1906. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Title taken from information with photo. View of old freight wagon dating from Gold Rush days at Little Nelchina campground on Little Nelchina River in Southcentral Alaska. July 1963. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title from image caption Busy dock scene with three steamships in, the CHAS. H. HAMILTON, the COLUMBIAN, and one other; men move among the steamboats; small boats and tents crowd the beach in foreground
View is south of Dawson City, showing police barracks Handwritten note under image: "Mounted Police barracks. They kept good order. Soapy Smith wanted no part of them. We stayed on the Alaska side of the line." Photographer's number 73