Several houses, Presbyterian Church or school; totem poles, canoe and stone grave marker along beach reflection in water, c. 1895. A man in a hat sits in front of one of the buildings with a small white dog.
Totem pole with winged raven, two grave monuments, covered grave; One monument states "At rest, Chief's Son, David Andrew - born December? 1871? - Drowned in Tongass Narrows, March 15, 1903?" Grave probably at Ketchikan or Saxman.
Title from image. Highly detailed totem poles rise from the ground in front of traditional houses. Several men and women in western dress stand in front of the one of the houses. Same image attributed to Winter & Pond at ASL-P01-0404. ...
Title from image. Son-i-yat or Gov. Brady totem pole. This pole, with four house pillars, was the gift of Son-i-yat, Haida chief of Kasaan, to the district of Alaska through Governor Brady. Photographer's number 802.