39 second film clip, black & white/silent. The clip shows scenes from Chatanika in 1935. Scenes include a man standing in front of a bus identified as Billy Root's, sled dogs in their harnesses and a puppy in training.
55 second, color/silent film clip. Clip shows summer scenes in Anaktuvuk Pass, including children with dogs and puppies, tents, and women with children. In several shots, it appears that there is a sled in the foreground.
76 second, black & white/silent film clip. Clip shows two sternwheelers, the Alice and the General J. W. Jacobs, traveling on the Yukon River. A short segment near the end shows dogs tied up on a barge.
[At least 4 houses visible: they are skin-covered over wooden frames, with roofs sloping to rear, and all walls sloping slightly inward so roof is smaller than floor- adults, children, and dogs walk along flat rocky ground near houses: distant...
Ransom Tony Schultz (Tony) came to Alaska in 1938. That same year he bought his first plane and obtained his pilot's license. He began flying for Star Airlines (later Alaska Airlines) in 1940, and in 1950, was chosen as their first chief bush...
"On the Iditarod-Flat Creek trail. Mr. Loussac, who became a prominent citizen of Anchorage later, is standing left of the dogs. I am at the handle (?). Sitting on the sled is a 'hitchhiker' (Mr. Artell?) whom we picked upon the trail."
A group of people pose with horses and dogs in front of the Alaska Transfer Company. in Seward, Alaska. Sign on building reads: "Alaska Transfer." 1910? Photographer: Elsie Blue. Original size of photograph: 6 1/4" x 4".
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.