Canoes embarking or disembarking, filled with people and goods. Some of the people are dressed in potlatch regalia; others are bundled against the cold. Dance paddles and American flags are prominently displayed. Anchors are attached to two of the...
These are the Chilkat Dancers from Haines or Port Chilkoot as it was called at the time. The man using the drum on the far left is Carl Heinmiller. Identification courtesy of Blythe Carter, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center.
Title taken from image. Child seated at right in front of two totems. A tree appears to be growing from the top of one totem pole. The area depicted may be a ruin of a house site. Photogrpher's number 57.
Two unidentified men standing on the ferry-raft with a 1920's touring car, The raft ferries passengers and freight across the Tanana River. Physical description: Tinted lantern slide : glass, col. ; 3 1/4 x 4 in.