From verso: "People, autos, trucks, and even boats board the Alaska State Ferry system at Prince Rupert in Canada's British Columbia en route for an Inside Passage trip to and through the Alaska panhandle. Ferry being loaded here is the TAKU, one...
Front view of the Arctic Brotherhood Hall building in Skagway, Alaska. The building front is covered with driftwood. Signs on the building include: "A B [Arctic Brotherhood]," "Camp Skagway No. 1," and "1899" above the doorway. ca. 1925.
In Winter and Pond Company's photograph album THE TRAIL OF '98 Full album caption:"Skagway, Alaska, springing into life on the trail of '98; destined to be the transfer point into the far reaches of the Yukon."
Men, children, and pack horses on street in business district (Skagway?); buildings include a rooming house, storage facility, grocery store, real estate office, Yukon Stoves, and Pacific Hotel Photographer's number 174
People gather on both sides of a dog team, haulted in street, with businesses behind Businesses advertised include the Skagway Bunkhouse, Keane's Shoe Shop, Pioneer Sample Room, Watson & Church Real Estate and Mines, and Kelly & Co.