Title supplied by cataloger. Sweepstakes. Probably downtown Nome, the beginning of the race. Banner hangs over street. Spectators lined up. Cherry picker with people riding in basket. Buildings with antennas in background.Slide printed 4/1983....
Title from album caption. Dog team in a race on the Chena River ice. A small group of people watch from the hull of a boat. According to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner of March 12, 1931, the Julian Hurley team was driven by Kelley in the H....
Title supplied by cataloger. Banner that reads, 'Iditarod Trail Race. Welcome to Nome.' Crowds stand on Front Street. The opposite side of the banner was used for the start of the race. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title taken from caption. A sled dog team passing through the finish line. Also from caption, "Short man is Leonard Seppala, 80 yr old (Norwegian) Alaska musher." Banner above start/finish line reads, "North American Championship, Sled Dog Races."
Title supplied by cataloger. Two unidentified men stand next to dog sled. Children stand next to dog sled with two buildings in background. Slide printed 4/1974. Slide box labeled, 'Mushing early.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Peter Da Apokedak guiding Georgette Wilson to the finish line. This was an one-dog race "Pee-Wee Race". The dog was named "Pretty Ulgy", and was owned by the Wilsons. The race was held on the lake. The race was held during Kokhanok Carnival.
Title from caption in album. Dog team in a race on the Chena River ice. According to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner of March 12, 1931, the Tom Wright team was driven by Herbert Lawrence in the H. Wendell Endicott dog derby.