.45 cubic feet.
The Northern Photographers collection consists of a small, leather photograph album, unbound photograph album pages, and loose photographs, for a combined total of 107 photographic images. The bulk of the images were taken by photographers M.H. Craig, Jeremiah H. Doody and Frank H. Nowell. These photographers worked out of Dawson and Whitehorse, Y.T., and Nome, Alaska. The collection also includes images taken by unidentified photographers. The photographs were taken between approximately 1901 and 1909, and cover a wide range of subjects including gold mining, indigenous peoples, landscapes and scenery, ships, boats and railroads, and city and village scenes in Alaska and the Yukon Territory.
Access limited to Alaska and Polar Regions Collections research room hours.
Permission for commercial use must be obtained from the archivist.
available in research room; item level control.