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    • River.

    • River.

    • Title by indexer.

      This is believed to be the Innoko or Iditarod River on a cloudy day. In March 1920 Irving Reed traveled to the Innoko gold fields on the Iditarod Trail "to survey for patent ... placer claims on Yankee and Little creeks"...

    • UAF-1968-21-131
    • River with boat wake.

    • River with boat wake.

    • Title by indexer.

      River with boat wake. This is probably on the Innoko or Iditarod River in 1920. In March 1920, Irving Reed had traveled to the Innoko gold fields on the Iditarod Trail "to survey for patent ... placer claims on Yankee and...

    • UAF-1968-21-132
    • Waterfront view of Iditarod.

    • Waterfront view of Iditarod.

    • Title by indexer.

      Waterfront photograph of the town of Iditarod, with a barge and some boats on the Iditarod River. A sign on a building reads: "Robert Simpson. Jeweler & Optician. Iditarod Land Office. Commission House." This photograph is...

    • UAF-1968-21-133
    • Iditarod River.

    • Iditarod River.

    • Title by indexer.

      It is assumed the river is the Iditarod and that the town visible in the distance is Iditarod. Related photographs from the Reed collection of the town of Iditarod are at UAF-1968-21-126 and UAF-1968-21-133. It is believed...

    • UAF-1968-21-135
    • Crossing Rainey Pass.

    • Crossing Rainey Pass.

    • Title from caption

      This is a photograph of George Glass and his seventeen year old son Ophir with their dog teams at the summit of Rainy Pass while traveling on the Iditarod Trail with Irving Reed in March 1920. Related Rainy Pass...

    • UAF-1968-21-203
    • Crossing Rainy Pass.

    • Crossing Rainy Pass.

    • Title from caption.

      A musher poses with a dog sled while crossing Rainy Pass on the Iditarod Trail in late March 1920. The trip was made by George Glass, his 17 year old son Ophir Glass, and Irving Reed. It is unknown which of them is the...

    • UAF-1968-21-205
    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Title from caption.

      Photograph of Valdez, Alaska in winter. Two people walk through the snow near the Producers and Consumers Exchange. This photograph is believe to have been taken in March 1920 when Irving Reed traveled from Seattle to...

    • UAF-1968-21-206
    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Title from caption.

      View of Valdez, Alaska with snowy mountains in the background. The photograph was taken by Irving Reed from the steamer Alameda while traveling from Seattle to Seward so that he could travel the Iditarod Trail by dog...

    • UAF-1968-21-207
    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Valdez, Alaska.

    • Title from caption.

      View of Valdez from a distance. This photograph was most likely taken from the ship Alameda in March 1920 when Irving Reed traveled from Seattle to Seward by boat so that he could travel the Iditarod Trail. See his...

    • UAF-1968-21-208
    • Anchorage, Alaska.

    • Anchorage, Alaska.

    • Title from caption.

      View down Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska on March 15, 1920. The store on the left looks like it says Brown & Hawkins. Another photograph (AMRC-b65-2-4) says there is a Brown & Hawkins store on 4th Avenue. There was...

    • UAF-1968-21-209
    • At Little Susitna R.H.

    • At Little Susitna R.H.

    • Title from caption.

      People with sled dogs are at the Little Susitna Roadhouse. From related photographs, it is known that the two people on the right are George Glass and his seventeen year old son Ophir, who traveled with Irving Reed on the...

    • UAF-1968-21-212
    • Musher with sleddog team.

    • Musher with sleddog team.

    • Title by indexer.

      The musher with the dogsled team near the log cabins, is either George Glass or his seventeen year old son Ophir. They traveled the Iditarod Trail with Irving Reed in March 1920. See Reed's magazine article, "Rainy Pass by...

    • UAF-1968-21-213
    • At Knik.

    • At Knik.

    • Title from caption.

      Three dogsled teams at Knik. Several log buildings are in the background, as well as the sign of the Knik Roadhouse, and and the Two Girls Cafe. The three mushers are Irving Reed, George Glass, and his seventeen year old...

    • UAF-1968-21-214
    • Near Lakeview, Skwentna.

    • Near Lakeview, Skwentna.

    • Title from caption.

      "Near Lakeview, Swentna [Skwentna]." Irving Reed, George W. Glass, and his seventeen year old son Ophir, undertook a trip on the Iditarod Trail in late March 1920. Reed wrote a magazine article, "Rainy Pass by dog team,"...

    • UAF-1968-21-215

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