Location of all Salmon canneries, Salteries and hatcheries, and all herring, Whaling and halibut stations operated in S.E. A1aska during the season of 1911. Dept. of Commerce & Labor, U.S.B.F., 1911. Includes canneries, salteries,...
On April 27, 1933, the Admiral Watson sailed from Seattle for Alaska, the last sailing of a ship of the pioneer Pacific Steamship Co. which was going out of business Note in album: "Sold to Japan for scrap"
Street scene showing businesses and automobiles; business signs include the following: Cut Rate Liquor, Rexall Drugs, Gastineau Hotel, Ludwig Nelson Jeweler, Harry Race Drugs, Graves Shoes, and Bailey's Bar
Street scene, along what was then Lower Front Street, dominated by mountain in background; business signs include the following: W. H. Mendham, Steamship Co., Mayflower Saloon, Renovatory Clothes, Palace Restaurant, Central House, Central Cafe,...
People streaming down the dock toward a passenger vessel. Two ladies in hats, in foreground. Men lounge in front of Sample Room. Four large kegs are on the porch. Business in image: Haines Sample Room. Verso: before 1900.
Building on right has bell mounted on roof. Signs in image: J.H. Chisel General Merchandise, Drug Store, Dr. Pryer, N.C. Hanson Hardware, U.S. ??? Alaska, Jas Fay Merchandise, Short Order Alaska Grill.
Men in uniform, carrying rifles, march past the 20th Century Super Market, downtown Juneau; spectators look on from street corners; other businesses in view include the Juno Dollar Store and Juneau Drug