University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The James Theodore Geoghegan Papers contain an autobiographical manuscript titled "Sojourn in the Yukon and Alaska," as well as photographs that Geoghegan took, mostly of the Donnelly, Alaska, area
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The George Hillar Photograph Collection, containing 115 images, is notable for the number of Alaskan roadhouses represented: Wortman's, Beaver Dam, Summit, Ptarmigan Drop, Tonsina, and Kennedys. The photographs, primarily from the Valdez, Alaska, region, also include views of Valdez itself, the Fairbanks-Valdez Trail, freighting by the Valdez Transportation Co., gold mining, glaciers, and railroad operations. Many of the images are by photographer P.S. Hunt
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Stanley T. Byington Collection consists of a photograph album of photographs of Alaska and poetry clippings. Photographs consist of roadhouses, such as the Paxson, Sourdough and Tiekhel Roadhouses, and many other roadhouses along the Richardson Highway. Photographs of the Fairbanks-Valdez Trail, landscapes, men working in gravel camps and the Kennecott Mine are also included in this collection
State Library of Western Australia
On Albany Highway about 35 kms north of Mount Barker. A for sale sign leans against the petrol pump
State Library of Western Australia
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
This ongoing collection is a compilation of images from professional photographers who have worked in Alaska from 1878 onward. These views were either copied from other institutions or donated by individuals; many are copy prints. Original prints are noted in the inventory. The images reflect a broad range of subjects including ships, roadhouses, people, glaciers, landscapes and local scenes in many southeast Alaskan communities. Photographers represented in the collection include: Reuben Albertstone, Guy F. Cameron, Cann, Cantwell, F.D. Cheney, Asahel Curtis, George Dawson, B.B. Dobbs, J. Malcolm Greany, O.D. Goetz, F. Jay Haynes, E.A. Hegg, H.G. Kaiser, O. Kennedy, E. Kern, Peterson Brothers, Vogee, Webster & Stevens, Veazie Wilson, and Wolfe. Some of these photographers have individual collections in the Library
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
A black leather photograph album composed mostly of black and white photographs taken by commercial photographers, and some personal photographs of towns and geographical features along the Inside Passage and into the interior of Alaska. Views include mining camps, fox farms, landscapes, roadhouses, Juneau scenes, men on horses, gold dredges, and glaciers. Places identified include: Paxson Lake, Richardson Roadhouse, Savage River Camp, Gold Stream, Fairbanks, Healy River Coal, Nellie Neal's, LaTouche, Valdez, Cordova, Juneau, Wrangell, Ketchikan, and Petersburg
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
The images, made from the original glass plate negatives, provide a special look at life on the Seward Peninsula during the early 1900's and include community street scenes and buildings, people and the interiors of some of the early Nome residences, ships, roadhouses, mining activity and reindeer herding. Simmer photographed Eskimos from Nome, Council and Solomon, informally and in portrait. The collection includes an image of the Nome fire (Sept. 13, 1905), large ice hummocks on the beach of the Bering Sea, and many of Simmer's friends and family members. He captioned and numbered most of the photographs
State Library of Western Australia
The roadhouse on the Albany Highway between Williams and Armadale
State Library of Western Australia