Based upon information from Jim Geraghty Louis Lund and passengers ride in wagon belonging to Tom Knudson, pulled by horses named Prince and Bill; wagon faces the airport area in the jökulhlaup channel
Dogteam lined up in front of wooden buildings. A number of people look on. Eli Smith, an Alaska mail carrier, mushed his dog team 8,000 miles from Nome to Washington, D.C. in 1907, winning a $10,000.00 wager on this feat.
Title from caption. Photograph of Lawyer and Cora Rivenburg with a nurse and two soldiers posing on a tree stump on Bainbridge Island near Seattle, Washington. Narrative in photo album reads: "A group on same trip."
Title from caption. Photograph of the Rivenburg's campsite. Narrative in photo album read: "Same Model T in both trips; first thru Idaho, Mont, Wyoming, Colorado & so East. Second South thru Oregon & Cali, East Nevada, Utah ect."
Title from caption. Photograph of the sternwheeler Selkirk after it sets a new record for a trip from Dawson to Whitehorse. Caption reads: "landing at White Horse, after a trip up from Dawson." Photographers No. 706.