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A Bear

Image depicts a bear, possibly a grizzly. The location is uncertain.

Highway and Mountains

Image depicts a van on a highway with mountains in the distance; the location is uncertain, though it is possibly along the Alaska Highway.

Highway and Mountains

Image depicts a van on a highway with mountains in the distance; the location is uncertain, though it is possibly along the Alaska Highway.

Miles Canyon - A River

Image depicts a river in the Miles Canyon near Whitehorse Y.T. The Robert Lowe Bridge, built in 1922, can be seen over the canyon.

Miles Canyon - the Schwatka

Image depicts numerous unidentified individuals getting off a boat which bears the name "Schwatka." It is located somewhere in Miles Canyon.

[Eroding Rock Face?]

Image depicts what appears to be an eroding rock face. The slide itself is labelled "ash loger at top" for unknown reasons. Possibly located somewhere near Whitehorse, Y.T.

Alaska Highway

Image depicts a small section of the Alaska Highway somewhere near Whitehorse, Y.T. The slide also appears to be labelled "army washing" for unknown reasons.

[Miles Canyon?] - Trees

Image depicts numerous trees on the bank of a river, possibly in Miles Canyon near Whitehorse, Y.T. The slide is labelled "canyon city."

Atlin - World War II Memorial

Image depicts a memorial plaque which reads: "In memory of the Atlin men who gave their lives for their country in World War II," and then proceeds to list several individuals.

Atlin Cemetery Sign

Image depicts a sign in the Atlin Cemetery, it reads: "In 1898, Fritz Miller and Kenny McLaren found gold on nearby Pine Creek, triggering British Columbia's last placer gold rush. The boom subsided by 1908, but gold has kept Atlin alive. Now Miller and McLaren lie here among hard-bitten prospectors, young miners, northern aviators, brave women and new-born infants, all part of Atlin's pioneer heritage R.I.P."

[Atlin Lake?]

Image depicts what is possibly Atlin Lake, with numerous mountains in the distance and Atlin Mountain visible on the right of the image.

[Atlin Road?]

Image depicts what is possibly Atlin Road. Numerous mountains are visible in the distance.

Atlin - Mural

Image depicts a mural of Atlin with information about the Globe Theatre and Edwin L. Pillman on it. It reads: "Talented businessman arrived in Atlin in 1899, and for nearly fifty years operated a variety of businesses ~ grocery and drug stores, undertaker, market gardens and the theatre. Assissted by his loyal wife Elizabeth." It also states that the Globe Theatre was built in 1917 and was used until the early 40's.

Atlin - the Garrett Store

Image depicts the Garrett Store in Atlin, B.C. A plaque on it reads: "John Garrett, a prominent English cricket player, came to Atlin in 1910 to mine gold. In 1917 he opened this grocery and dry goods store where he also sold his wife's fresh baked bread and sweets."

Atlin - Discovery Jail

Image depicts an old building which used to be the Discovery Jail. The plaque on it reads: "It cost $800 to build this two cell jail in 1902. The solid walls are 2"x6" laid flat one on top of the other. It was skidded to Atlin in the 1920s and used as a residence for many years."

Atlin - the Tarahne

Image depicts a boat named "the Tarahne," which is located in Atlin, B.C. Atlin Lake and Mountain are visible in the background.

Atlin - A Dock

Image depicts a dock on the shore of Atlin Lake, as well as a building that may have once been a hospital. The slide is simply labelled "hospital."

Atlin - the Tarahne

Image depicts a boat named "the Tarahne," which is located in Atlin, B.C. Atlin Lake and Mountain are visible in the background.

[Footbridge?]

Image depicts what appears to be a footbridge at an uncertain location.

Community on the Shore

Image depicts what appears to be a small community on the shore of a lake. The location is uncertain.

[Skagway?] - Mannequins

Image depicts a pair of mannequins in the second story windows of a building, possibly located in Skagway, Alaska.

Atlin - Nurses' Residence

Image depicts a building which once served as the residence for two nurses in Atlin, B.C. A sign in front of the house reads: "Grateful Atlinites built this house in 1902 for their first missionary nurses, Helen Bone and Elizabeth Mitchell, who came here in 1899 and lived in a crude shack while valiantly and humanely caring for sick and dying pioneers."

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