Title supplied by cataloger. Four dogs on groomed trail over frozen lake. Slide taken from a slide carousel labeled, 'Joyce Harrison & Challenge.' I.e. Joyce Garrison. Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Knik-Goose Bay Road visible running parallel to dog trail. Spectators watch the start. Slide printed 1/1980. Slide box labeled, '1980 - Knik-120.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Creek running down roadbed. Slide taken near Independence Mine. Slide labeled, 'Independence Mine.' Slide carousel labeled, 'Homesteading #2.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title from verso PBY [Patrol Bomber] running up on snow-covered beach; islands and Mt. Edgecumbe in background Note: plane is surplus Consolidated PBY Catalina seaplane acquired by Alaska Coastal Airlines
Title from note on verso Additional information on verso: Last [Cessna] 185 purchased by ACA [Alaska Coastal Airlines] and used privately by Shell Simmons from 1969-1975; then purchased by Bill Burnhart and operated by Juneau Air Taxi in 1975;...
Verso: "The cake of ice left on beach this spring in front of our house. We got ice to fill our ice house out of a cake like this. You can imagine what a river 500 yards wide, running and jamming full of such cakes is like. It is quite a sight....
Sketch of three people running rapids in a long narrow boat Note: Edwin Tappan Adney (1868-1950) was an artist, a writer, a photographer, and an experienced woodsman. Harper's Weekly sent Tappan Adney to the Klondike in the summer of 1897
Title from image caption Notes on image mount indicate that John Kill and his crew are running their barge through the rapids; Merle Hitchcock is the donor of the collection and relative of John Kill Photographer's number 712