Title from accompanying notes. A woman with sled dog and a man reaching down for the gangline of a dogsled. There are several fuel drums, a dogsled, a wooden wire spool, two gas station fuel pumps, some young spruce trees and a white building...
Title taken from caption. View of two rows of dog houses, used for sled dogs, in Mount McKinley National Park (later known as Denali National Park and Preserve), Alaska. Photograph taken on Sept. 6, 1952. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide.
Scoreboard from the first dog race from Anchorage to Old Knik, Alaska, and return, sponsored by the Anchorage Kennel Club. Scoreboard includes photographs of sled dogs, dog mushers, and railroad tracks. From verso: "Property of Cook Inlet...
Title taken from front. Steamship S.S. Corwin unloading freight four miles out from shore on the ice, Nome, Alaska, with sled dogs ready to transport cargo. Photographer's number A993. June 2, 1907. Photographer: Goetze Photo.
Title taken from information with photo. Studio portrait of woman with two children and an infant strapped to her back, taken in front of a picture of sled dogs and musher in Nome, Alaska. n.d. Photographer: O. D. Goetze.
Title taken from front. View of a miner taking a nap in a fur-lined skin sleeping bag after having mushed 60 miles to Nome, Alaska, with one of his sled dogs sitting on top of him. n.d. Photographer: Goetze.
Title taken from verso. View of men walking from airplane to dogsled on trip with fur trader Ed Shepherd (possibly at right, wearing parka) in Northern Alaska. March-April 1958. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 5" x 7 1/8".
Title supplied by cataloger. Thela Redington is Joe Redington Jr.'s first wife. Both stand, cigarettes in mouths, in a small flatboat loaded with fish. There is a metal bucket in the boat. Joe is holding a cigarette pack. Slide printed 6/1966.