In Winter and Pond Company's photograph album THE TRAIL OF '98 Full album caption: "Day after day they came ready to face the great adventure on the Trail of '98." Steamboat RAPID TRANSIT unloading passengers and gear
Title from image caption "G.H. Johnson, owner and driver" Crowd of spectators lines both sides of course; first team of dogs in harness and ready to start Sign for "Lomen Bros." on building in background
Members of Fire Department Hose Company Number 1., on South Main Street with decorated hose cart. Loading dock of a lumber company; possibly ready for a parade. Men and boys all wear hats and belts marked with the number 1.
In Winter and Pond Company's photograph album THE TRAIL OF '98 Full album caption: "A typical shelter and food cache in the Yukon Valley on the trail, 1898, ready to afford rest and comfort for the weary traveler and prospector."
Title from verso; missing part of photograph and missing part of text on verso Partial verso: Blackstone holding horse; Johnson next to door; Weiner in middle; Rodine at lower end. . . was taken. . . August 1902. . . ready to go to sluicing,...
A dozen wagons and horse teams, loaded, hitched up, and ready to pull out. Corrals and wooden buildings in background. Sign in image: Transfer Co., A.H. Moore. Lettering on wagons: W.J. Rowe Transfer. Photographer's number 5885.
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
The first laws for the Harris Mining District (Juneau) were drawn up by Richard T. Harris on October 4, 1880, shortly after he and Joe Juneau made their initial discovery of gold. This set of laws was superceded by another code which was adopted...
Suwanee Brand Salmon Salt added Net contents 1 lb. NEFCO Fishery Products. Ready to serve. "Packed with the wiggle in its tail" Distributed by New England Fish Company Seattle, Washington Quality packers since 1868 Salmon...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.