Georgie Boy Woods and Bob Dobkins are counting down the seconds, before Georgie Woods zooms off. This event was "Who has the fastest time" riding on a snow machine. This was held during Levelock Winter Carnival.
Hunters, umiaks, tents. Whale shares laid out and being loaded onto sleds for transport back to town. Dogs harnessed up and ready to go are visible in the background. Whale blubber was used for fuel and feeding dogs. The sleds were made from...
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."
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
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.
Men getting ready to hook up a team of horses to a loaded wagon in front of the Frye-Bruhn building in Seward, Alaska. Sign on building reads: "Frye-Bru[hn]." 1906-1912? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Neil Sexton and two other men get ready to shove off into Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska in a boat named Tonsina. Printing on boat reads: "Tonsina." 1906-1912. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Noel Wien on right. James Rodebough owner of air service, and Eddie Hudson, student in middle. Wien photo, 1924. Verso: “Two Hisso Standards lined up at Fairbanks ready for business. James Rodebough at left owner of planes. Eddie Hudson student...