People gather on both sides of a dog team, haulted in street, with businesses behind Businesses advertised include the Skagway Bunkhouse, Keane's Shoe Shop, Pioneer Sample Room, Watson & Church Real Estate and Mines, and Kelly & Co.
This was the first snowmachine in Levelock. It was called the "husky". Peter Apokedak bought it from Freddie Roehl. Left to right: Emma Wilson, Ida Apokedak holding Jolin, and Peter Apokedak holding Peter Da. They were going home from church.
John D. Nelson, with his grand son Kevin Olympic as Peter Apokedak Sr. looks on. John D and Kevin Olympic are putting down the "holy"picture, that is only put in the center of the church before Russian Orthodox Good Friday.
Desciption from image margin "View from the second school facing East towards the Village. Building 1) Foreground shows the rec-hall with the village clinic addition. Building 2) Igiugig's first village generator shed. Building 3) Igiugig Saint...