Title taken from front. View of very early Seward, Alaska, Resurrection Bay in the background. Railroad tracks are visible beyond the buildings. Also from front: "J.E.T." 1904-1910. Photographer: John E. Thwaites. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x...
Title taken from front. Eleven horses graze along the Alaska Central Railway tracks outside of Seward, Alaska. Photograph number 29. Also from front: "29. A[laska] C[entral] R[ailwa]y. L.N.G." 1908-1909. Photograph number 29. Photographer: Lillie...
Group of men using the railroad track and a cart with a dog team to haul supplies north from Seward, Alaska. Railroad ties lay by the side of the tracks. 1912-1915. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/4" x 3 1/4".
Group of men and a dog stand near a man with a handcar in Seward, Alaska. Crates and sacks are piled at right and a building is visible in background. 1910? Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
An avalanche covers the railroad tracks near Seward, Alaska. From front (caption is reversed on photo): "Photo by Wild Bill, Seward, Alaska. 1910? Photographer: Bill DeWitt. Original size of photograph: 6 1/4" x 4".
Title taken from front. Tracks running alongside the Alaska Central Railway Company warehouses B and C. Barrels, boxes, and lumber are stored adjacent to the warehouses and across the tracks. Original photograph size: 7 3/8" x 9 9/16".
Ms. (blueline copy), hand colored with red pencil. Shows tracks of the voyages of Bering and Chirikov in 1741. Includes the Aleutians, and the south coast of Alaska down to the Queen Charlotte Islands. Attributed to Cecil Robe.