This photo has been identified as Chief Kowee, in Juneau, with his wife Ok-lak and her sister (who was also his second wife). That identification, on verso, is considered to be incorrect. Verso: Kow-ee - Died Feb. 27, 1892. Wife "Ok-lak" and...
Title from image. Main St., above 5th. House in foreground, with executive mansion and another wooden house in background. Sidewalk and street are paved with wooden planks. A dog lounges next to utility pole.
Bidarka rests on frame with tripod legs above lush beach grass; a home on hillside behind; from an album of photographs taken during a reconnaissance trip to Alaska with Ira Gabrielson, director of the Fish and Wildlife Service
Title from image. Stern and side view of ship, almost completely above water on reef. Note on verso of postcard: "This was indeed a pitiful sight - she is about 300 ft. long and she lies there so helpless and forlorn."