Signature across corner of image reads, Very truly your friend Henry Petersen; Nome, Alaska; May 23rd, 1906. Formal portrait of subject sitting in chair, wearing a tweed suit and holding a large-brimmed hat on his lap.
Formal, three-quarter-length portrait of a couple; he wears a suit with white shirt, white tie and boutonniere; she wears a dress, trimmed in ribbon, a locket, and a corsage Printed from original glass-plate negative
Woman in long skirt, white ruffled blouse, and suit jacket, sits on the Douglas dock with a book in her lap; Gastineau Channel and downtown Juneau in the background Printed from original glass-plate negative
Remainder of title: , and conferring jurisdiction upon said court to hear, examine, adjudicate, and enter judgement upon any and all claims which said Indians may have, or claim to have, against the United States, and for other purposes.