Title taken from verso. View of men working on boat loaded with salmon at fish cannery, (possibly Columbia River Packers' Association cannery), in Naknek, Alaska. 1954. Original photograph size: 4" x 5".
Title taken from verso. View of people, possibly Peter L. Ferry family members, standing on bridge over Miles Canyon on Yukon River in Yukon Territory, Canada. Also from verso: "1929 ... only bridge across the Yukon." 1929. Original photograph...
Title taken from verso. View of riverboats "Sarah" and "Susie," one docked and one wrecked on beach, possibly in Nome or Saint Michael, Alaska. Photographer's number 8255. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. View of steamboat Yukon on Yukon River, possibly in Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada. Man and woman with baby stand on upper deck at right and another person stands on upper deck at left. Printing on boat reads: "Yukon."...
Title taken from verso. View of three men standing in front of an old log cabin. Tom and George are possibly Tom Strobie and George Moore. From caption: "Shelter Cabin at 'Nine Mile' John, George, Tom."
Title taken from verso. View of two men hydraulic mining with a sluice at Cooper Gulch, near Nome, Alaska. One of the men is holding a pipe shooting a stream of water. ca. 1900-1902. Photographer: possibly Grace Carr Raymenton.
Title taken from verso. View of Wien Consolidated Airlines Grumman Mallard airplane in front of hangar at airport, possibly in Fairbanks, Alaska. Printed on airplane: "N1208." Also from verso: "Mallard aircraft." Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. Winter street scene of Fourth Avenue at E Street. Anchorage, 1940's. Possibly 1947? Anchorage Fur Rendezvous banner strung across street. Cars parked at curbs. 4x5 contact print, 4x5 neg
Title taken from verso. Winter street scene of Fourth Avenue from the steps of City Hall looking towards E Street. Anchorage, 1940's. Possibly 1947?. Banner for Anchorage Fur Rendezvous strung across street. Cars parked along curbs. 4x5 contact...
Two men pose in front of log and wood, snowshoes hanging from edge of roof; sign on blanket worn by pack dog reads, "Hegg & Co. Photos" Photographer's number 47 Man on the right is possibly William Scouse
Two women that are possibly standing on a blanket- or rug-covered table, with a moose skull on the front and two men also visible. On the right is Charlotte who married Big Steve and on the left is Margaret Lord.
Two women, possibly student nurses, sit against a retaining wall outside a building, possibly a hospital. The building has been identified as the Sitka Pioneers Home by a Sitka researcher and confirmed.