Title from verso John Kill’s Meat Market at Nome, Alaska; cattle were driven overland 1000 miles, Skagway to Nome by trail, pulling sleds and packing supplies, which were sold at Nome Meat hangs from walls, and vegetables are arranged in...
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."
Three men and a dog pose with a decorated wagon pulled by two horses; sign on top of wagon reads "Skagway Daily Alaskan, The First Daily Paper Born in Alaska;" (similar to 226-114) Photographer's number 704
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