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
African-American soldiers stand at attention on the Klondike Company's wharf in Dyea. Note from Karl Gurcke: They were (in Dyea) for a brief period of time (July 1899) before they were burned out by a forest fire and had to move to Skagway.