Title from image caption View of steamboats and fishing boats next to dock, including the COMMODORE, the NAKAT of Seattle, BILLY of Ketchikan; a restaurant is prominent on left of dock Photographer's number 5011
Front view of the steamer McArthur tied up at the dock in Seward, Alaska. A person stands on deck, while flags fly overhead. 1909-1913. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 3 1/4" x 5 1/2".
Six horses and wagon receive a big load off the Mariposa, tied up at the dock in Seward, Alaska. Weight on the crate is 1,000 lbs. ca. 1910-1913. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title taken from front. A horse is being loaded onto or lifted from the S.S. Dora in Seward, Alaska. Also from front: "S.S. Dora. Thwaites [?]." 1910? Photographer: John E. Thwaites. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title taken from image. Photograph of the Blodgett Cannery with the Village of Kodiak in the background, the cannery, and in the foreground several canvas tents housing what is probably cannery employees. A steamship is tied up to the wharf of...
A small boat approaches Pier No. 11, which is labelled Pacific Coast Steamship Company. The pier is loaded with many people. There is another larger steamship, possibly the S. S. Umatilla, and a pier in the background.
Caption reads: "U.S.R.C. "Bear" and S.S. "Corwin" Roadstead, Nome, Alaska." Two ships sail through icy waters near Nome. May be about June 1, 1914, as mentioned in the "Bulletin of Photography," volume 17, no. 415,...