Title taken from verso. View of mail carrying dog team with 21 dogs, 3 sleds, and riders. Also from verso: "Bill Burke's outfit. Mail carrier, Nenana to McGrath. Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." n.d.
Two women with dogs cross Fourth Avenue in Seward, Alaska. Person crosses street in far background. Sign on one building in background reads: "Seward Bakery." 1910-1918. Original photograph size: 5 1/2" x 3 1/4".
From trip starting in 1928 down the Yukon River to the Bering Sea with Fred “Spokane” Hill. Burg wrote about the trip for National Geographic in 1930 (See Chapter 3 of The Last Voyageur by Vince Welch).
Team of black dogs, hitched single file, pulls a loaded sled across corduroy road; eight men, some in military dress, and two mules pause along trail, possibly part of trail out of Dyea to Klondike gold fields