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200: Klondyke Government Concession Limited. View of Mann [Main?] Shaft hoisting works. Hunker Creek, Yukon Territory. [By] Goetzman, Dawson.
610: Drying Cargo after shooting White Horse Rapids Spring of 1898. En route to Klondyke Gold Fields. Copyrighted Goetzman, Dawson.
703: Bridge over Klondyke River in Dawson. 1898. By Goetzman.
Ice in the Yukon River. At Dawson. May 19, 1901. Photo by Goetzman. Dawson.
Ice on the bank of the Yukon below Dawson. May 25, 1902. Goetzman. Photo. Dawson.
'Mining' on the Bonanza Creek Concession Co. [Hydraulic mining.]
[Boy in dirt road with small laundry cart and dog team in front of log building with sign reading: Gold Run Hotel. Office of the ORR & Tukey Co. Ltd. Daily Stages to Dawson.] Goetzman Photo.
[Two med with a sled dog team in front of log buildings.] Goetzman Photo.
[Women, men and dogsled with caribou skulls and hides. On verso in ms.: Sheriff Eilbeck [?] and wife, Mayor H.C. MacCauley of Dawson, "Malamute Kid" driver, $1,000.00 team "Joe" husky leader just before leaving for New York City 1904.] Goetzman Photo. Dawson, Y.T.
N.W.M.D. [Or N.W.M.P.? Northwest Mounted Police?] Patrol on the Yukon River. [Two men and dogsled in snow.] Goetzman Photo. Dawson.
Government Telegraph lineman on his rounds. [Man and dogsled in front of cabin.] Goetzman Photo. Dawson.
1: "N.C. Co." steamer Louise and barges leaving Dawson for St. Michaels, Alaska. Goetzman Photo. July 1902
4: N.C. Co. Steamer Louise leaving Dawson for St. Michaels. Goetzman Photo. July 1902. [Barges "Bear" and "Lynx" in forground and left.]
Dawson Water Front. October 4, 1901. [With steamers T.C. Powell, Bailey, Dawson, and others docked.] By Goetzman.
[Steamboat Casca with Fairview Hotel sign in background.] Goetzman. Dawson. Oct. '92 [sic] [1902?]
Dawson Rifle Company (May 24, 1902) [Soldiers or militia men in uniform in group portrait.] Goetzman Photo.