Title taken from front. View of men and boys panning out the melted gold and silver after fire, Valdez, Alaska. Photo is property of Cook Inlet Historical Society. Photographer's number J2056. n.d. Photographer: P.S. Hunt.
Title taken from slide mount. Photograph of the sign for the Whitehorse Daily Star, in Whitehorse, Yukon. The sign has a caricature of a man panning for gold. The sign reads: "Whitehorse Star, established 1900, Illegitimus non-carborundum."
Title taken from slide mount. View of Harry Waterfield panning for gold in unknown location (possibly near Nome) in Alaska. Also from slide mount: "6/23/57." July 23, 1957. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Leland A. Olson.
Title taken from version. Verso reads: "Mr. Harry Dobson holding a gold pan, standing on the edge of the American River (about eighty-five miles north of Nome), working his claim. August 18, 1936." Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Title taken from verso. View of mural by James Tapscott inside Elks Lodge in Anchorage, Alaska. Images depicted in mural include airplanes, log cache, totem poles, sled dog, Native mask, Russian Orthodox church, gold panner, locomotive, ship, sea...
Title taken from verso. View of mural inside 4th Avenue Theatre in Anchorage, Alaska, depicting forms of transportation, gold panning, buildings, and dogsledding. May 29, 1950. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 7" x 5".