Title supplied by cataloger. Four boats along shore, with water and rolling hills in background. Joe Redington Sr. and Art Eckart built these boats in Unalakleet. One is called the Big Kyak; the other names are only partially visible.
Title supplied by cataloger. starting area of the race on Fourth Avenue in downtown Anchorage. Two men and one woman stand next to an open truck in which dogs are sitting. Bob Bacon on far left. A sled is on the ground next to the truck. Buildings...
Title supplied by cataloger. Milt stands next to the back of a van, holding a fish and smoking a cigarette. There are more fish in the back of the van. Another van is parked on the right. Wooden buildings and trees visible in the background.
Title supplied by cataloger. Redington homestead at Flathorn. Boat tipped on its side. Logs tied together in a pyramid shape, a structure possibly used for drying fish or wild game. Some snow remains on the ground. Lake is visible in background.
Title supplied by cataloger. Older boy stands holding fish. His head is not in the photograph. The young boy holds a toy pistol and looks at the fish. Two boats can be seen in the water through the trees in the background.
Title supplied by cataloger. Joe Redington Sr. standing with Muktuk Marston next to an empty dog sled with racing bib number nineteen. There is a truck labeled KYAK behind them, and a dog carrier truck parked next to it. Another empty sled sits in...
Title supplied by cataloger. Fourth Avenue in Anchorage. Vi stands to the left. Three dogs in harness. Raymie wears number 4 and stands on the sled, which is sponsored by Niagara, the Better Way to Health. Vehicles and spectators line the road.