[View of wooden buildings atop and at base of bushy slope: one of the higher buildings is a church with "onion" tower, another has flagpoles, there are some crossed poles in foreground near what may be a boat or kayak].
[Foreground of simple crosses on gentle rolling treeless hills, town in middle distance surrounding low hill on right, harbor beyond with one ship? at anchor, rocky promontory encloses harbor from right]. c. 1910?
Title taken from image in accompanying materials. Studio portrait, probably photographed by Winter & Pond. Verso: One of two local Chiefs known as "Mayor of Indian Village." Reverified by Henry Cropley of Juneau.
Title taken from verso. Verso: This is Hoonah. You can see now what it is like. The houses are unpainted and rattletrap things. The people in the street are:- Mom, little Bunny Felton (a quarter breed), myself, Ione Felton (Bunny's sister) and...