Colour Ektachrome 35mm slide depicts a Canada Customs outpost at the Little Gold Creek border crossing between Dawson City, Yukon and Tok, Alaska.
Colour Ektachrome 35mm slide depicts Phyliss Snider standing next to a red bus at a ferry station, part of Dawson City, Yukon.
Colour Ektachrome 35mm slide depicts a man standing next to a red bus at a ferry station, part of Dawson City, Yukon.
Henry Marcoe Zimmerman, prospector in the Yukon territory 1898-1940's. Image shows a miner, Zimmerman, dressed in a hat and vest, wearing a full backpack and carrying a pick axe and pail. Zimmerman came from San Francisco and staked a claim on Selwyn Creek, Yukon, in 1898. Then he joined the rush to Nome, Alaska. He returned with his nephew, and continued to mine the claim over a period of 40 years. Henry Zimmerman was found dead in his burned-out wilderness cabin in the early 1940s.
B&W photograph depicts trucks in front of a wooden building.
Original 8" x 10" is a positive hand coloured translite.
Image attached to record is a photograph of original translite taken while on a lighttable.