Title from verso. Photograph of Arthur and Anna Cox and baby Sarah standing outside of a building. Verso reads: " This is Arthur and Anna Cox and little Sarah. Anna has her parka the fur inside so the baby is very snug and warm on her...
Close-up, side view of the SARAH Perhaps the largest steamer on the Yukon river, she hit a rock October 1903 about 70 miles below Eagle and sank; no lives were lost but about 400 tons of freight were lost (Kinky Bayer)
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".
Photograph of Sarah and Laura Luke standing in front of a fence during winter. Narrative in photo album reads: "Here are Sarah and Laura Luke in their winter garb of beaver skin hoods, caribou parkas and caribou boots made with the hair on."