Bird’s Eye View of Dawson YT.
Dawson City Looking North
Dawson and Klondike City Looking North
Dawson, From the Klondyke Hills
Second Avenue from Queen Street, Midnight July 1st 1904
Front Street, Dawson, Y.T.
Government Mansion at Dawson, Y.T.
Governor’s Residence on Fire, Dec. 25th 1906 Dawson, Y.T.
Loading Machinery at Dawson Wharf,
Weight of Cylinder for Dredge (single piece), 27,250 lbs. Dawson, Y.T.
Hauled by J.A. McConnell
Arrival of Peel River Indians in Dawson , Y.T. March 21, 1901
Furs of the Yukon, Dawson, Y.T.
Leap Year on the Lower Yukon, Dawson, Y.T.
The Flight of the Spirits in the Klondyke
Klondyke Vegetables, Dawson, Y.T.
A Klondyke Garden Dawson Y.T.
Townsend's Greenhouse. Dawson, Y.T. Aug. 25, 1906
The Ogilvie Bridge Over The Klondyke River–Orr And Tukey’s Famous Stage Line Passing Over–Dawson, Y.T.
Passengers Disembarking at Dawson, Y.T. from White Pass Steamer
Bear Creek Dredge
Dredging Operations at the Mouth of Bear Creek
Sluicing the Dumps
John Hough & Co. No. 45 Below Disc. Hunker Creek–Dawson, Y.T.
Pack Train, Dawson, Y.T.
Sour Doughs on the Trail
White Mountain Sheep from Upper Klondyke
Freighting on Bonanza
A Load of Caribou Arriving at Dawson, Y.T.
Yukon Ptarmigan, Dawson, Y.T.
Mastodon Head, Uncovered at a Depth of 42 Feet on No. 5, Below A. Mack’s Discovery,
Quartz Creek, Y.T. March 5th 1904, Length 4 Feet, Width 2 Feet 4 Inches, Tusks 7 Feet 6 Inches.
The Glacier That Spent a Winter in the Old Home
Over the Snowy Leagues of the Yukon, Dawson, Y.T.