The Forestry Building and a gazebo at the Alaska Yukon Exposition, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. A flag is flying from the roof of the building and people are in the foreground. 1909. Original photograph size: 4" x 5 1/2".
Title taken from verso. Also from verso: "End of Rainier Vista". Buildings with flags and a fountain at the Alaska Yukon Exposition, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. 1909. Original photograph size: 3 1/8" x 6 7/8".
Title taken from front. Portrait of mother wearing fur parka with child dressed in fur garments taken at Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington. Photographer's number 1081. July 1909. Photographer: O. D. Goetze.
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McIntyre, W. W., Pendleton, Ore
Jones, C. L., Elloree, S. C.
Rank, C. B., Hutchinson, Kan.
White, J. E., Sedalia, Mo.
Wallace, M. L., Albany, Texas
Brevet, E. F., Spokane, Wash.
Lt. (jg) R. C....
Postcard of Skinner's Laundry, T. A. Shaw proprietor. Visible hanging from the log cabin are the tools of the trade, a wash tub to the right and a washboard to the left of the window. Several rags and playing cards are on the door.
A man called George is standing in front of his cabin with four dogs in his yard, a stack of firewood and kindling on the corner of the cabin, hanging from the wall of the cabin are a wash tub, coffee pot, and a bow saw.
Title from accompanying notes. "The cabin at Chisana where we ate." The front of a log cabin, among the many things in front are a wringer washing machine, a dogsled, wash tub, propane tank, a rifle, and a work table.
Almer J. Peterson standing next to wash tub and washboard doing laundry in Palmer (known earlier as Warton), Alaska, with buildings in background. Buildings are at Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation's Matanuska Valley Colony. From verso:...
Mushers with dog sled team bound for Alaska Yukon Expedition held in Seattle, Washington. Banner on sled reads: "Caribou Bill and Missouri Kid. Alaska Yukon Exposition dog team. Overland from Valdez, Alaska to Seattle, Wash[ington]." From verso:...
Title taken from label on matting. Chief reindeer herder's daughter standing next to wash tub with laundry wringer and washboard next to fence at Lomen Reindeer Corporation reindeer processing plant in Egavik, Alaska. Photographer's number 7947....
Title taken from verso. View of alley and buildings in Sitka, Alaska, with wash tubs hanging on building at right. Photographer's number 8365. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10".