Shell Simmons (second from left), Bee Simmons (far right), and two unidentified people pose in front of Shell's private plane, a Cessna 185 with sign: "Juneau, Alaska, 'Capital City of the Great Land'"
View from above. A large crowd of men who fill the street. A small girl in the center of the image. Sign on a building: Sheet Metal Works, Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Oil burners, A.M. Geyer, Phone 145. Photographer's number 3.
Title from sign on building Signs advertise various services and amenities: Lunch Counter, Beds, Bunks, Cots, Beer, and "Bread for Sale"; also, "Outfits Bought"; men with pack horses and mules in front of building [in Skagway?]
Title from image caption Man, with dolly, stands on front porch of log building; sign advertises Chilkoot Railroad and Transport Co. Freighting to Sheep Camp, Summit, and Lindeman Photographer's number 7
Title from sign on building Note on verso: "First Alaska steam laundry" A dozen people, including six women in white aprons, pose outside the two-story building; in center foreground is a cart loaded with bundles of laundry
During the winter of 1895-96, Lockie MacKinnon and George Miller erected the Circle City Hotel on Third Street in Juneau, between Seward and Franklin Verso identifies the two people in the center of the image as Lockie MacKinnon and his son...
Title taken in part from image. Alaska Steamship Co. and Pacific Coast Co. docks at center. CHLOPECK No. 3 at dock. Ferry dock in foreground with ferries TEDDY, LONE FISHERMAN, and AMY. Sign in image: Juneau Ferry and Navigation Co., Boat Leaves...