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Alaska State Library

Historical Collections


Case and Draper, Photographers
Case and Draper Photograph Collection, 1898-1920
PCA 39

Revised 11/28/2001




BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
The W.H. Case and H.H. Draper photography studios opened in 1898, in a small tent in Skagway, Alaska. The partners later moved their business to a two-story building on Broadway near 4th Avenue, where they also sold curios, photographic supplies, Alaska Native handicrafts and game specimens. By 1907, the partnership between Case and Draper had been mutually dissolved; Draper kept the Skagway shop while Case opened a new store in Juneau (Alaska).
Herbert Horace Draper was born on July 5, 1855, in Rockford, Illinois. At the age of 19, his family moved from Michigan to Oregon. Draper worked as a commercial agent in Bellingham, Washington, and Astoria, Oregon, before following the 1898 Gold Rush to Skagway. After establishing a business with Case, Draper married a local school teacher named Harriet and became an active member of the community. Upon his death in 1913, Skagway mourned his passing by closing all businesses for the day. The Draper photo studio was purchased by the Keller Brothers Drug Company of Skagway.
William Howard Case was born April 19, 1868, in Marshalltown, Iowa, and lived most of his life in South Dakota and Oregon. He went to the Klondike during the 1898 Gold Rush and secured several claims in Atlin, before establishing his business in Skagway. Case moved to Juneau in 1907, where he operated the Case photo studios. He had three children; Howard, Alice and Madge (Madge married Hugh Wade, Secretary of the Territory of Alaska from 1959-1966). Case was active in the Juneau community as a Mason and Shriner. He died there suddenly on July 16, 1920. His studio was reopened after his death by E. C. Adams.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS NOTE
Case and Draper were best known for their portraits and photographs of the life and customs of the Tlingit Indians, early Skagway, and the Gold Rush of 1898. Their views were reproduced in a variety of Alaskan books, including The Soapy Smith Tragedy, and on postcards and White Pass &Yukon Railway souvenir playing cards. Collection includes views of southeast Alaska, portraits, and Tlingit Indians, 1898-1920.

PROCESSING NOTE
Views 1223, 1224, 1225 were printed from negatives which were added from backlog in Sept 2007 with no provenance.
Five glass plate copy negatives, 13” x 16” were added from backlog with no provenance. The negatives were foldered and stored in OS vault.


INVENTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHS
Box 1: #1-688

VOLUME 1
1. Kaw-Claa - Thlinget native woman in full potlatch dancing custome [costume]. Copyright 1906 [upper torso view; same as #42, 163]. Case & Draper (no. 7-N)
2. Chilkat maiden, copyright 1906 [upper torso view of bare-breasted woman draped in Chilkat blanket with horn headdress; same as #167]. Case & Draper (no. 37-N)
3. Street scene at Valdes (sic), Alaska [in snow]. Case & Draper (no. 84)
4. Street scene, Seward, Alaska. Copyright 1906. Case & Draper (no. 62)
5. Kake, Alaska, Sept. 13, 1914 [K.T. & P. Co. building /post office; two open boats in foreground.] W. H. Case (no. 750)
6. Tea[Tee] Harbor Packing Co. Cannery, Tea[Tee]-Harbor, Alaska [(sic) McCone Co. cannery? View across water; similar to #592]. W. H. Case (no. 457)
7. U.S. Mecantile (sic) Co., Sunrise, Alaska [ four men on porch]. Case & Draper (no. 70)
8. Kla-Claa and Prince Stene-Tu. Copyright 1906 [same as #9 but slightly cropped]. Case & Draper (no. 2442)
9. Kla-Claa and Prince Stene-tu [in native dress; boy holding decorated paddle and woman holding totemic crescent. Studio view, similar to #132].
10. Stene-tu and Kaw-Claa. Two Thlinget Women in Chilkat-Blanket's [sic]. Copyright 1906 [full length studio view; same as #128, 781]. Case & Draper
11. Klen-Nah-Gah, Yakutat Native in full potlatch custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [upper torso studio view]. Case & Draper
12. Chief Cow-Dik-Ney in full potlatch dancing custome [costume]. Copyright 1906 [upper torso studio view; holding decorated paddle over right shoulder; same as #23]. Case & Draper
13. Cow-Dik-Ney, a Chimsyan native in full potlatch-dancing custome [costume]. Copyright 1906 [full-length studio portrait, holding totemic crescent; same as #24]. Case & Draper
14. Thlinget beauty. Copyright 1906 [woman in beaded shirt and headdress; upper torso studio portrait, similar to #142]. Case & Draper
15. Killisnoo natives arriving at Sitka to attend potlatch. Copyright Dec. 23, 1904 [a row of Indian canoes flying American flags; see also #414]. Case & Draper (no. 23-N)
16. Dah-Clet-Jah, Yakutat native in dancing custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [upper torso portrait of young man looking left]. Case & Draper (no. 130-N) over-exposed right corner
17. Dah-Clet-Jah. A Yakutat Native. Copyright 1906 [side view, similar to #16]. Case & Draper (no. 36-N)
18. Indian Witch Doctor (or Shaman) healing a sick woman. Copyright 1906 [man leaning over prone woman. Chilkat blanket at right. Same as #41]. damaged negative
19. Seward Street, Juneau, Alaska, Apr. 5, 1909 [from Front Street]. W. H. Case (no. 412)
20. Main Street of Fairbanks, Alaska. [?] 1904 [Alaska Restaurant at right]. damaged negative
21. Kaw-Claa, native girl from Chilkat. Copyright 1906 [full-length portrait of woman wearing Chilkat blanket & potlatch hat; same as #451]. Case & Draper ( no. 2447; c. 2, no. 45-N)
22. Witch doctor preparing to heal the sick . Copyright 1906 [man kneeling before small totem in studio]. Case & Draper (no. 109-N)
23. Chief Cow-Dik-Ney in full potlatch dancing costume. Copyright 1906 [same view as #12]. Case & Draper (no. 47-N)
24. Cow-Dik-Ney, a Chimsyan native in full potlatch-dancing costome (sic). Copyright 1906 [same view as #13]. Case & Draper (no. 77-N)
25. Thlinget natives in potlatch dancing costums (sic). Copyright 1906 [man and woman holding totemic crescent; upper torso studio view, same as #34]. Case & Draper (no. 2437; was 32-N)
26. Saw Tooth Mt's. from tunnel. WP&YR [White Pass & Yukon Railway tracks on side of mountain; same as #168]. Case & Draper (no. 749)
26a. Saw Tooth Mt's. from tunnel. WP&YR [wider view]. W. H. Case (no. 348)
27. Lake Bennett near Pennington. W.P.&Y.R. (2) [tracks on edge of lake]. (no. 378)
28. W.P.&Y. Ry. [looking down on curving tracks on side of mountain]. (no. 315) damaged negative
29. Rotary snow plow, W.P. and Y.R. [men on either side of plow; negative view. See #85]. C.L. And[rews?] (no. 197) damaged negative
30. Davidson Glacier [closeup view; same as #384].
31. Chief Cow-Dik-Ney in potlatch dancing custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [upper torso studio view]. Case & Draper (no. 24-N)
32. Miles Canyon [men poling barge through canyon; same as #857, #858]. Case & Draper (no. 404)
33. Native curios, Sitka, Alaska [large interior display with Chilkat blanket, furs, etc.]. W. H. Case (no. 132-N)
34. Thlinget natives in potlatch dancing customs [costumes]. Copyright 1906 [same as #25]. Case & Draper
35. Sha-E-Dah-Kla, the rough and ready Stickene clutch. Copyright 1906 [bare-breasted woman draped in fur, upper torso view; same as #73]. Case & Draper
36. Reverie of a Stickene Maiden. Copyright 1906 [bare-breasted woman holding her hands behind head; same as #69]. Case & Draper. damaged negative
37. Dah-Clet-Jah, Yakutat native in dancing custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [same as #16]. Case & Draper (no. 130-N) over-exposed right corner
38. Dah-Clet-Jah. A Yakutat native. Copyright 1906 [similar to #37, side view]. Case & Draper
39. Mrs. Stene-Tu, a Thlinget belle. Copyright 1906 [bare-breasted woman in headdress; upper torso portrait. Same as #160, 292]. Case & Draper
40. The Taku girl with a bad eye. Copyright 1906 [upper torso view; woman draped in fur blanket, wearing headdress; same as #125]. Case & Draper
41. Indian Witch Doctor (or Shaman) healing a sick woman. Copyright 1906 [same as #18 but undamaged]. Case & Draper
42. Kaw-Claa - Thlinget native woman in full potlatch dancing custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [same as #1, 163].
43. O'er the Snowy Leagues of the Yukon [snowy landscape; see also #117]. Jerry Doody Photo (scratched out) masked
44. Native basket weavers. Copyright 1906 [studio view; woman and child seated on fur rug with baskets]. Case & Draper
45. Skagway, Alaska [bird's eye view looking over docks toward town]. Case & Draper (no. 660)
46. [Men poling barge through Miles Canyon; similar to #32].
47. Shooting White Horse Rapids [raft in white water; see also #137, 140, 855-6]. Case & Draper (no. 523)
48. First church and school building at Juneau, Alaska. Built by the Presbyterians in 1881 [Log Cabin Soda Works/City Brewery office and bell tower; large brewery building behind]. Case & Draper
48a. First church and school building at Juneau, Alaska. Built by the Presbyterians in 1881 [wider version of #48]. Case & Draper (no. 237)
49. Dawson, Y. T. [overall view]. Case & Draper (no. 698)
50. Arctic Brotherhood Hall and A. B. Mountain [Skagway]. Case & Draper (no. 806)
51. [Grouse on bare treetop.]
52. Caribou. Photo taken just before being shot [same as #138]. Case & Draper (no. 39)
53. Davidson Glacier {from side of glacier]. Case & Draper (no. 688)
54. Saw Tooth Mts. from tunnel. W.P. & Y.R. [same as #26 but negative image]. Case & Draper

(no. 749)


55. Fairbanks, Alaska, July 31, '04 [view across floating logs toward buildings]. C. L. Andrews (no. 463)
56. Str. WHITE HORSE in Five Fingers [river boat in narrow channel]. Hamacher & Doody, Whitehorse, Y.T. (no. 1146)
57. After the storm, Kake, Alaska, April 4th, 1905 [looking from beach to distant islands]. Case & Draper (no. 154)
58. Crevasse in Muir Glacier [close view]. Case & Draper (no. 780)
59. Ska-E-Dah-Kla, the Stick. Copyright 1906 [studio portrait of woman wrapped in blanket; upper torso]. Case & Draper
60. Home of Chief Ko-Teth Sha-Doc. Ketchikan, Alaska. Copyright 1905 [decorated with whale totem, totem pole in front; same as #829]. Case & Draper
61. The Snow-Shoe Girl (Sla-Gun). Copyright 1906 [young Indian woman in fringed robe, holding a pair of snow shoes; same as #242-3]. Case & Draper
62. c. 1906 [woman basket weaver and child; similar to #44, except better image]. Case & Draper
63. Native basket weaver. Copyright 1906 [woman seated on fur with baskets]. Case & Draper
64. Totems at Sitka, Alaska. On Indian River, Mt. Vestovia (sic) in distance [in snow]. E.C. Adams

(no. 517) slightly damaged negative


65. [Old Native man holding carved rattles, wearing apron; 3/4 length portrait].
66. Thlinget women [woman], Sitka, Alaska [bare-breasted woman with long hair; upper torso studio portrait]. W. H. Case (no. 198-N?) damaged negative
67. Native witch doctor (shaman) healing a sick woman. Copyright 1906 [man leaning over prone woman with a bone, surrounded by carvings and Chilkat blanket; studio view with black background, same as #159]. E. C. Adams (no.509)
68. P.C. Co. excursion Str. SPOKANE at Taku Glacier, Taku Inlet, Alaska. Copyright 1907. Case & Draper
69. Reverie of a Stickene Maiden. Copyright 1906 [same as #36 except undamaged].
70. Stene-tu and Kaw-Claa. Two Thlinget Women in Chilkat-Blanket's [Blankets]. Copyright 1906 [same as #10].
71. Chief Ano-Tlosh, head chief of the Taku tribe. Copyright 1906 [white-bearded man in a Chilkat blanket and headdress. Named Kat-lah-nee before he became chief; similar to #71a, 129]. Case & Draper. upper left corner damaged
71A. Chief Ano-Tlosh, head chief of the Taku tribe. Copyright 1906 [similar to #71 with white background]. Case & Draper
72. Kaw-Claa, a Thlinget maiden from Chilkat. Copyright 1906 [upper torso studio portrait of a bare-breasted woman draped in fur; see also #153, 291]. Case & Draper
73. Sha-E-Dah-Kla, the rough and ready Stickene clutch. Copyright 1906 [same as #35].
74. Lawton Glacier [similar to #224, 310]. Case & Draper. (no. 692)
75. Ka-sh-ak (the Monkey Man), a Chilkat. One of three noted brothers. Know[Known] as John, Skan-[Skundoo] & Swatka. Copyright 1907 [in Chilkat blanket and bird headdress; studio view, facing right. See also #285]. Case & Draper (no. 533)
76. Ano-Thlosh, Chief of the Taku Tribe of Thlinght [Tlingit] natives. Copyright 1906 [upper torso portrait, facing left, in Chilkat blanket and headdress; similar to #403]. Case & Draper (no. 120-N)
77. Thlinget-clutchman. Copyright 1906 [head & shoulders portrait of Tlingit woman identified as Elizabeth, wife of Chief Anatalas, in Chilkat blanket; same as #423]. Case & Draper (no. 2426) damaged negative
77A. Tlinget-clutchman. Copyright 1906 [closer view]. Case & Draper (no. 31-N)
78. A Yukon snow scene near White Horse [man standing in snowy trees]. J. Doody
79. The Northern Lights, view taken near Selwyn, Y.T., Canada [cabin in foreground]. J. Doody

(no. 704)


80. The mazama or mountain goat, Skagway, Alaska, September 21, 1901. Copyright 1901 [dead goat on rocks in foreground, river valley behind]. C.L. Andrews
81. Skagway, Alaska, July 4, 1908 [man with decorated cart pulled by two dogs, in front of B.P.O.E. (Elks) No. 431].
82. Golden Eagle, Atlin, B.C. [three eaglets in a nest]. M. Bro's.
83. Scene of wreck of PRINCESS MAY and salvage Str. SANTA CRUZ, Sentinel Is., August 25, 1910 [PRINCESS MAY at left; see also #626-628]. W. H. Case
84. Miles Canyon as it is seen from the White Pass R.R. near White Horse [overall view; see also #340]. J. Doody (no. 104)
85. Rotary snow plow, W.P. and Y.R. [positive view of #29]. C. L. Andrews. damaged
86. Photo made from Old Kasaan, Alaska [the TAKU with 3 men on deck]. W. H. Case (no. 328)
87. Chief Ka-Ann's totem pole. Ketchikan, Alaska. Copyright 1905 [same as #828]. Case & Draper (no. 80-N)
88. Str. JEFFERSON. Juneau, Alaska, Jan. 21st, 1906. Case & Draper (no. 115)
89. Looking back from summit, Chilkoot Pass Route. Case & Draper (no. 501?)
90. [Ice-covered bow of FARALLON; see also #343.]
91. White Horse Rapids. Case & Draper (no. 521)
92. On Bartltt [Bartlett] Glacier along A. C. Ry. [three horse-drawn wagons in snowfield- Alaska Central Railway]. (no. 80)
93. Camp 49. Bartlett Glacier in distance, A. C. Ry. [Alaska Central Railway in snow; similar to #698A & B]. Case & Draper
94. Steam shovel [seven men on White Pass & Yukon Ry.]. Draper & Co.
95. [White Pass & Yukon Railway train in front of steam shovel]. (c. 2, no. 743)
96. Pilot house on launch FOX, Dec. 30, 1908 [covered with ice]. W. H. Case (no. 351)
97. Taku Glacier, Alaska [face]. W. H. Case (no. 790)
98. Crater Lake, Chilkoot Pass route. Case & Draper (no. 343)
99. [PRINCESS SOPHIA aground; see #99a.] Blurred view, retouched
99A. Wreck. PRINCESS SOPHIA, Oct. 24, 1918. 343 lives lost [similar to #99]. W. H. Case (no. 1)
100. Str. OREGON on the beach at Douglas Island, Feb. (?) [port side]. Case & Draper (no. 387)
101. P. C. Co. Str. COTTAGE CITY, Juneau, Alaska [side view, in harbor]. Case & Draper (no. 119)
102. J.S.S. Co. Str. GEORGIA, Mar. 14, 1908 [at dock]. W. H. Case
103. Juneau S.S. Co. Str. GEORGIA with passengers from wrecked Str. PRINCESS MAY, Sentinel Is., Alaska. Aug. 5, 1910. W. H. Case (no. 44)
104. Str. CITY OF SEATTLE at Taku Glacier. Case & Draper (no. 134)
105. P.C. Co. Str. CITY OF SEATTLE [at Juneau dock]. Case & Draper. Damaged negative
106. Whaleing [Whaling] Str. TYEE JR., Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 10, 1907. Showing harpoon gun on bow [at dock]. W. H. Case (no. 129)
107. [Steamer PRINCESS MAY aground at Sentinel Island, Alaska; port side; similar to #625, 772]. Damaged neg.
108. Ice bergs at Taku Glacier. Copyright 1907 [two passenger ships in background]. Case & Draper (no. 323)
109. Launch FOX, Dec. 30, 1908, Juneau, Alaska [looking down to man on deck of boat]. W. H. Case (no. 616)
110. Sims and Nelson's Tug - BALDY towing scow, June 29, 1912. W. H. Case (no. 566)
111. [Moon over snow-covered Mt. Bradley and Treadwell.] Damaged negative
112. [Rocky valley.]
113. [Train crossing trestle bridge; probably White Pass & Yukon Rwy. crossing].
114. [Two dog teams and loaded sleds (one with sail) on snowfield]. Case & Draper
115. [No photograph].
116. Yukon dog team [7 dogs with 2 men on empty sled]. W. H. Case (no. 324)
117. Winter in the Yukon [similar to #43]. W. H. Case
118. Thomas Cale [1906 Alaska delegate to Congress; upper torso portrait].
119. Whaling Str. TYEE JR.. on beach at Lawton Creek, Alaska, Nov. 10, 1907. W. H. Case (no. 130)
120. July 19, 1914 [log dam on stream]. (no. 4)
121. Dou-Ja (Mary) Type of native girl from Hoonah. Copyright 1907 [woman wearing Chilkat blanket and beaded bib]. Case & Draper (no. 114-N)
122. Potlatch dancers intering [entering] the house of Wiskannah and Yocykon, Sitka, Alaska [same as #776]. Case & Draper (no. 22-N)
123. Potlatchers in dancing costumes. Sitka, Alaska [in front of house; see also #778, 789]. W. H. Case (no. 83-N)
124. Potlatchers in dancing costumes. Sitka, Alaska [cropped version of #123].
125. The Taku girl with a bad eye. Copyright 1906 [same as #40]. (no. 62-N)
126. ...girl from Hoonah [Tootch-Wu-Wu in beaded outfit; similar to #127; frontal upper torso view].
127. Tootch-Wu-Wu. Native girl from Hoonah. Copyright 1907 [upper torso view; looking aside]. Case & Draper (no. 100-N)
128. Stene-tu and Kaw-Claa. Two Thlinget wemen [women] in Chilkat-blankets. Copyright 1906 [same as #10]. Case & Draper (no. 10-N)
129. Chief Ano-Tlosh, head chief of the Taku tribe. Copyright 1906 [similar to #71, 71a]. Case & Draper (no. 14-N) retouched
130. Cow-Dik-Ney and cluch (sic). Copyright 1906 [full-length portrait of man and woman in beaded outfits, holding paddle and totemic crescent; same as #165]. Case & Draper (no. 56-N)
131. Dou-Ja, Hoonah woman in potlatch dancing custome [custom]. Copyright 1907 [upper torso view]. Case & Draper (no. 122-N)
132. Kla-Claa and Prince Stene-tu. Copyright 1906 [same as #8 & #9]. Case & Draper (no. 12-N)
133. Ka-sh-ak (the Monkey Man)...[same as #75]. Case & Draper (no. 57-N)
134. Str. SPOKANE leaving Taku Glacier, Taku Inlet, Alaska, July 16, 1907 [starboard view]. Case & Draper (no. 6-C & 182)
135. Some royal good sport where king salmon hit the troll. Juneau, Alaska [man posed with nine fish hanging from frame]. Case & Draper. damaged negative
136. Winter costume of a Eskimo girl. Copyright 1907 [(sic) woman in fur parka; upper torso studio view]. Case & Draper (no. 118-N)
137. Shooting White Horse Rapids. Copyright 1900 [same view as #47, 140]. Case & Draper (no. 323) retouched
138. Caribou. Photo t[aken] just before being shot [same as #52]. Case & Draper (no. 342) damaged negative
139. Str. HUMBOLDT, Juneau, Alaska [port view, spewing smoke]. Case & Draper (no. 101)
140. Shooting White Horse Rapids. Copyright 1906 [same as #47]. Case & Draper (no. 323)
141. Type of Chilkat beauty. Copyright 1906 [bare-breasted woman with nose ring, beads; upper torso view, same as #442]. Case & Draper (no. 26-N)
142. Stene-Tu. Thlingit Native woman in potlatch custome [costume]. Copyright 1906 [similar to #14]. Case & Draper (no. 129-N)
143. [Four men sitting with dead mountain goat on fur blankets; studio view.]
144. Eskimo Skin Boat, or "Omiak." Grantley Harbor, Alaska [containing ten people]. W. H. Case. damaged negative
145. [Native man in beaded fur garment and ceremonial headdress, raised right arm]. damaged negative
146. [Native woman in fur parka posed with bear skin; studio portrait.] damaged negative
147. [Similar to #146.] damaged negative
148. Tootch-Wu-Wu. Native girl from Hoonah. Copyright 1907 [wearing fur cape; upper torso view]. Case & Draper (no. 113-N)
149. Sha-E-Dah-Kla, type of Stickene clutch. Copyright 1906 [upper torso view of bare-breasted woman with fur wrap]. Case & Draper (no. 3.N)
150. Kla-Claa. Copyright 1906 [upper torso view of bare-breasted woman draped in fur]. Case & Draper (no. 35-N)
151. Hoonah maidens. Copyright 1906 [two bare-breasted women wrapped in a fur blanket]. Case & Draper (no. 54-N) damaged negative
152. Home of Chief Ko-Teth Sha-Doc. Ketchikan, Alaska. Copyright 1905 [similar to #60] Case & Draper (no. 69-N)
153. Kaw-Claa. A Thlinget maiden from Chilkat. Copyright 1906 [similar to #72, with black background]. Case & Draper (no. 64-N)
154. Native basket weavers. Copyright 1906 [similar to #62, with black background; see also #417]. Case & Draper (no. 34-N)
155. Jaorge-Sha Wut. Copyright 1906 [upper torso portrait of woman with hands behind head]. Case & Draper (no. 66?) damaged negative
156. Bad medicene [medicine] for bear [two women and two men posed around a tree stump with two dead bears]. Case & Draper (no. 29) damaged negative
157. Icy Strates, Alaska [(sic) man looking at beached icebergs in the Beardsley Islands; same as #824]. Case & Draper (no. 186)
158. Wrangell Totems [side view of 3 totems]. W. H. Case (no. 155-N)
159. Native witch doctor (shaman) healing a sick woman. Copyright 1906 [same as #67]. Case & Draper. damaged negative
160. Mrs. Stein-Tu, a Thlinget belle. Copyright 1906 [same as #39]. Case & Draper (no. 30-N)
161. Out in parka and muc-lucs [(sic) full-length studio portrait of Native girl]. W. H. Case
162. [Oval-shaped 3/4 length portrait of young boy in fur parka.] damaged negative
163. Kaw-Claa. Thlinget Native woman in full potlatch dancing custome (sic). Copyright 1906 [similar to #42]. Case & Draper (c. 1, no. 7; c. 2, no. ?27)
164. Tootch-Wu-Wu. Lucy, native [native] girl from Hoonah. Copyright 1907? [upper torso portrait of woman in fur cape; similar to #148]. Case & Draper (no. 102-N)
165. Cow-Dik-Ney and klootch. Copyright 1906 [same as #130]. Case & Draper (no. 56-N) damaged negative
166. Chief Anothlosh, Chief of the Taku Tribe, Juneau, Alaska [3/4 length studio portrait; in Chilkat blanket and billed cap, holding rattle; same as #783]. W. H. Case (no. 144-N)
167. Chilkat Maiden. Copyright 1906 [same as #2]. Case & Draper (no. 37-N) damaged negative
168. Saw Tooth Mountains from tunnel, WP&YR [same as #26]. Case & Draper
169. Grave totem, Ketchikan [close-up of animal totem; see also #174]. Case & Draper (no. 237)
170. St. NN's [Ann’s] Church, Juneau, Alaska [altar area]. W. H. Case (no. 373)
171. Golden doors, Greek Church, Sitka, Alaska, 1889 [St. Michael's Cathedral]. W. H. Case (no. 365)
172. At old Tuxekan native villege [Village], Alaska [boat offshore from village].
173. Mr. Sepp as---Chief Tas-Ko-Ne and family [group around tall man wearing Chilkat blanket in store; small totems in foreground]. Case & Draper
174. Grave totem, Ketchikan, Alaska [closer view of #169]. Case & Draper (no. 39-N)
175. Totem pole, Ketchikan, Alaska [next to boardwalk among houses]. W. H. Case (no. 85-N)
176. Tative [native] street scene, Sitka, Alaska [Tlingit women selling artwork at side of lane; same as #777]. Case & Draper (no. 308) slightly damaged negative
177. Drying salmon, Yukon River, Alaska [two young Native girls in front of drying rack]. W. H. Case (no. 133-N)
178. Ketchikan, Alaska. Copyright 1905 [overall view across water]. Case & Draper (no. 213)
179. Native Street Scene, Juneau, Alaska [women and man seated on boardwalk with baskets and native artwork]. Case & Draper (no. #136-N)
180. Old Communety [community] House, Old Kasaan, Alaska, 1908 [house ruins with boxes and painted posts]. W. H. Case (nos. 6-N and 326)
181. [Man kneeling to right, wearing beaded fur jacket and headdress with ermine skins; studio portrait].
182. Native town, Sha-Kan [Shakan; per Jim Geraghty, Jan. 2014], Alaska [view across water]. W. H. Case (no. 161-N)
183. City dock and A.J.G.M. Co.'s Mill, Juneau, Alaska, May 22, 1914 [view across water]. (c. 2, W. H. Case, no. 705)
184. Outdoor advertising. Painted display. T. E. P. Keegan(?), Juneau, Alaska [Juneau city dock and hillside behind].
185. July 30 - 3-25 p.m., 1913 [log raft near Juneau city dock, looking toward downtown]. W. H. Case
186. Indian town, Hoonah, Alaska [looking along beach toward houses]. Case & Draper (no. 92)
187. Old totems, Prince of Wales Island. W. H. Case (no. 177-N)
188. Old Kasaan, Alaska. Deserted native village [viewed from across water].
189. [Old Kasaan village along beach.]
190. How-kan, Alaska [houses on beach]. W. H. Case (no. 167-N)
191. Old Chief Kow-Dik-Ney. Copyright 1906 [seated man wearing Chilkat blanket and potlatch hat; with Native artwork; studio portrait]. Case & Draper (no. 59-N)
192. Native sha-man and head man of the Frog Clan. Copyright 1906 [studio portrait of seated man wearing frog hat and fringed jacket]. Case & Draper
193. Jackson's Musium [Sheldon Jackson Museum], Sitka, Alaska [man in display room]. W. H. Case (no.'s 391 and 152-N)
194. Wrangell, Alaska. Copyright 1908 [bird's eye view]. W. H. Case (no. 249)
195. Chiefs Toskone and Tooktoelth, Kake, Alaska [two men in native dress standing before three totem poles; Caucasian man in background]. Case & Draper (no. 40-N)
196. Interior, Native trading post. K.T. and P. Co. Store, Kake, Alaska. Case & Draper (no. 108-N)
197. Thinget [Tlingit] baskets [three-tiered display of baskets around a beaded panel]. Case & Draper (no. 73-N)
198. Tuxekan - old native villege [Village], Alaska [view from water]. W. H. Case (no. 174-N)
199. Interior, Greek Russion (sic) Church, Sitka, Alaska [altar of St. Michael's Cathedral]. W. H. Case (no. 384)
200. Russian cemetery, Sitka, Alaska [Sitka in background]. W. H. Case (no. 377)
201. Greek Russian Church, Sitka, Alaska [St. Michael's Cathedral]. W. H. Case
202. Native Indian villege [Village], Killisnoo, Alaska [view from water]. Case & Draper
203. Kenai Natives, Seldovia, Alaska [in front of thatched buildings]. Case & Draper (no. 87-N)
204. Native villege [Village], Kasaan, Alaska, 1908 [at low tide]. W. H. Case (no.'s 322 and 25-N)
205. Totems at old Tuxekan [at edge of forest; same as #793]. W. H. Case (no. 162-N)
206. [Bare-chested old Native man in fringed apron, holding carved rattles; 3/4 length studio portrait].
207. [Old Tlingit shaman in carved hat, fringed cloth shirt, holding carved rattle]. damaged negative
208. Native town, How-Kan, Alaska [along beach]. W. H. Case (no. 169-N) cloudy
209. Old deserted native villege [Village], Kasaan, Alaska, 1908 [7 people on rocky beach below totems and ruined buildings]. W. H. Case (no.'s 323 & 18-N)
210. Chief Swatka, the famous guide [Tlingit man in fur parka with snowshoes; full-length studio portrait similar to #247]. Draper & Co. (no. 529)
211. Stephens' Passage from A. G. Co. Tram [looking south down Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no. 651)
212. Collection of moose heads from Cooks Inlet, Alaska...[and polar bear? skin displayed in front of Case & Draper store, Juneau; antler sizes listed. Similar to #336].
213. Seagulls at Funter Bay, Alaska [view across water]. Case & Draper (no. 16)
214. Denver Glacier, July 1903 [man standing by stream emerging from glacier; near Skagway].
215. W. P. & Y. R. Scene between Log Cabin and Bennett [tracks at right].
216. The Doge's Palace, Venice. W. H. Case
217. Alaskan bear scrap over a salmon.. Copyright 1913 [two bear cubs on beached tree stump]. W. H. Case (no. 666?)
218. [Young Native woman with long hair, in white gown; upper torso studio portrait.]
219. Native girl in dancing custome [(sic) full-length studio portrait of a woman in white dress draped with fur blanket]. retouched
220. Thlinget woman [bare-breasted woman with long hair and beads; upper torso portrait cropped with black background]. W. H. Case (no. 153-N)
221. Donna-Shu Kitty [head & shoulders portrait of young Tlingit woman with long hair and feather fan]. W. H. Case (no. 84-N)
222. Skan-Doo [Skundoo], a cunning, foxy old medicene (medicine) man; Kak-Von-Ton clan of the Chilkats. The last of the notorious Indian sha-man. Copyright 1907 [full-length portrait of bare-chested man in apron, holding rattles; black background. See #206]. Case & Draper (no. 81-N)
223. Kla-Claa. Copyright 1906 [upper torso portrait of bare-breasted Tlingit woman wearing beads and fur cape; cropped with black background]. Case & Draper (no. 35-N)
224. Lawton Glacier [similar to #74, 310]. Case & Draper
225. Treadwell and Mt. Jumbo by moonlight [across water]. low contrast
226. "Three black crows" [on tree stump]. W. H. Case
227. Bill Hoskins, the bear hunter, in a favorite poise [(sic) carrying dead bear, with another at his feet]. (no. 32)
228. Bruin's tracks made on hard gravel. W. H. Case (no. 774)
229. Black Lake. Case & Draper (no. 435)
230. D.W. Hoskins, all-round hunter, traper (sic), taxidermist & guide, Juneau, Alaska [with bear over his shoulders and seated next to dead bear]. Case & Draper (no. 31)
231. Glacier Lake, icebergs, entrance to Knic (sic) Glacier. W. H. Case (no. 549)
232. Kenia [Kenai] Moose. Copyright 1913 [bull moose by lake]. W. H. Case (no. 618) Retouched
233. [Glacier and moraine.]
234. Baby moose at home; view taken on Marshal Creek, Yukon Ter. [2 moose calves in forest; see also #303, 396].
235. S. A. Crawford on the summit of White Pass, Sept. 3rd 1905 [man carrying mountain goat; full length studio portrait]. Case & Draper (no. 42)
236. Two good specimen of bear from Livingston Creek, Alaska, Aug. 21, 1907 [D. W. Hoskins and another man sitting on rocks with two dead bears]. Case & Draper (no. 33)
237. [Icebergs on rocky beach.]
238. Taku Inlet, Alaska, from Penn Alaska Mining Co.'s property; Oct. 3rd, 1908 (?) [rocky beach; two men and boat in background]. W. H. Case (no. 402)
239. Mountain goats from summit of White Pass [three men posed with two hanging goats]. Case & Draper
240. Thompson River near summit on W.P. & Y.R. [overall view; railroad tracks on hillside].
241. [View over log raft toward town. July (?).] C.L.A. (Andrews) (no. 463) damaged negative
242. The snow shoe girl (Sla-Gun). Copyright 1906 [same as #61, 243]. Case & Draper (no. 44-N)
243. The snow-shoe girl (Sla-Gun). Copyright 1906 [same as #61, 242]. Case & Draper
244. Copyright 1900 [Plains? Indian man in feathered headdress, and blanket, holding tomahawk; full-length studio portrait]. Ormsby
245. [Full-length side portrait of Plains? Indian man standing in field, shielding eyes.]
246. Dinner at Hotel De-Iglo [young Native woman nursing two children]. W. H. Case (no. 67-N)
247. [Chief Swatka; similar to #210, 287; cropped, black background.] low contrast
248. Da-Yuc-Hene, the Thlinget sha-man. Copyright 1906 [studio portrait of seated man in traditional dress; Native artwork at left]. Case & Draper (no. 97-N)
249. C.P.R. S.S. PRINCESS SOPHIA. Taku Glacier, Alaska. Copyright 1913. W. H. Case (no. 631)
250. [Early view of Juneau in snow looking toward Mt. Juneau from harbor.]
251. A Taku potlatch dancer [upper torso portrait of young Tlingit woman with nose ring and headdress]. Case & Draper (no. 2436; was 127-N)
252. Potlatcher [full-length studio portrait of young Native woman draped in Chilkat blanket, ca. 1907]. Case & Draper (c.2, no. 13-N & 2450) retouched
253. Glacier, East Fork, Skagway River. Case & Draper(no. 349)
254. [Large European building with ornate turrets and paintings.] damaged negative
255. Home with our plunder [D. W. Hoskins and friend seated on rocks with two dead bears]. Case & Draper (no. 34)
256. [Black Lake]. Case & Draper (no. 442) damaged negative
257. Mountain goat killed by Chas. Nafe & W. H. Case [similar to #239].
258. Davidson Glacier [close view of ice].
259. A.S.S. Co. Strs. JEFFERSON and DOLPHIN, Taku Glacier, Alaska. Copyright 1910. W. H. Case (no. 425) [Falsified – ships added to photograph; per Jim Geraghty, Jan. 2014]
260. Upper torso studio portrait of Ralph Elliott “Bob” Robertson
261. A. C. Co. Str. ADMIRAL SAMPSON, Juneau, Alaska [at dock]. W. H. Case (no. 439)
262. Str. DOLPHIN, Dec. 21, 1902 [icy ship at dock]. Case & Draper
263. Yukon natives. Ft. Selkirk, Yukon [three men and a boy standing beside a log cabin]. Case & Draper (no. 19-N)
264. Copper River Natives [small group standing on a street around an empty sled]. Case & Draper

(no. 104-N)


265. Copper River Natives [similar to #264]. Case & Draper (no. 60-N) uneven contrast
266. Natives of the Upper Yukon. Mother and son [Athapascan woman and young boy, in western clothing; full length portrait]. (no. 55)
267. ...a Copper River girl [Indian girl in striped dress sitting in snow]. Case & Draper
268. Mary-Ann-A, the Aleute girl [same girl as in #267, sitting in snow]. Case & Draper (no. 105-N)
269. Kenai Natives in bydarky. Seldovia, Alaska [in 3-hole kayak]. Case & Draper (no. 72-N)
270. A.S.S. Co. Str. DOLPHIN. Juneau, Alaska. Aug. 19, 1905. Case & Draper (no. 124)
271. N.W.S.S.Co's Str. SANTA ANN, Juneau, Alaska. Aug 20, 1905]. Case & Draper (no. 121)
272. Mineral springs bathing pool. Tenakee, Alaska [interior view]. W. H. Case (no. 461) retouched
273. A.C. Co. S.S. BERTHA [port view at Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 471)
274. Silver Bow Basin, Juneau, Alaska [overall view; buildings in distance at left]. W. H. Case (no. 634) dark image
275. Point Retreat, Alaska. Aug. 2, 1907 [lighthouse buildings on Admiralty Island]. Case & Draper

(no. 20)
276. [Bird's eye view over downtown Sitka, Alaska; St., Michael's Cathedral at left center.]


277. Icebergs, Gastineaux [Gastineau] Channel from Juneau, Alaska [early view]. W. H. Case (no. 361)
278. Taku Glacier, June 14, 1908, Alaka [Alaska] view across water]. W. H. Case (no. 252)
279. Skagway Glacier in the distance [Skagway in foreground].
280. [Icebergs on rocky beach.] (no. 721) retouched
281. Old Native Grave, Klawak, Alaska [close-up of small log structure]. Case & Draper (no. 71-N)
282. Russian Church, Sitka, Alaska [St. Michael's Cathedral; men on porch; same as #834]. Case & Draper (no. 326)
283. Totem of Chief Annihootz [Annahootz], Sitka, Alaska [two identical bear totem panels]. Case & Draper (no. 91-N?)
284. [Young Native woman wearing fur parka; upper torso studio portrait.]
285. [Native man in Chilkat blanket; similar to #75 but reversed]. cloudy image
286. Str. FARALLON, Jan. 16, 1909, Juneau, Alaska [iced ship at dock]. W. H. Case
287. Ind-A-Yanek. (Swatka) The best known Native guide in Alaska. Copyright 1907 [similar to #247]. Case & Draper (no. 63-N)
288. Sha-E-Dah-Kla. The Stick. Copyright 1906 [half-length full-face portrait of young Tlingit woman wrapped in blanket]. Case & Draper (no. 33-N)
289. Sitka, Alaska, 1889 [view from water, Baranof's Castle at left].
290 Thlinget Woman [women]. Funter Bay, Alaska. Copyright 1907 [five seated women in western dress]. Case & Draper
291. Kaw-Claa, a Thlinget maiden from Chilkat. Copyright 1906 [same as #72]. Case & Draper, damaged negative
292. Mrs. Stene-Tu, a Tlingit belle. Copyright 1906 [same as #39]. Case & Draper (no. 30-N)
293. Haines, Alaska [early view across water]. Draper & Co.
294. Bishop Nicholas [full-length portrait]. W. H. Case (no. 352)
295. Sitka, Alaska [across water; Baranof's Castle on right]. W. H. Case (no. 99)
296. Driving the Golden Spike on W.P. & Y.R. at Cariboo, July 29, 1900 [rear view of crowd].
297. Madonna and child in Greek Church, Sitka, Alaska, 1889 [icon; see also #767]. W. H. Case
298. Alaskan bear feeding on salmon [two cubs on driftwood stump; similar to #217].
299. Ikonastas, or Image Room. Russian Church, Sitka, Alaska [steps and entrance to room inside church]. W. H. Case (no. 359)
300. Interior - Greek Russian Church, Sitka, Alaska [altar area of St. Michael's Cathedral]. W. H. Case (no. 886)
301. Upper torso studio portrait of Ralph Elliott “Bob” Robertson; similar to #260
302. Alaskan bear hear a noise. Copyright 1913 [two cubs at driftwood stump]. W. H. Case (no. 668?)
303. Baby moose [two calves; same as #234, 396]. (no. 38) low contrast
304. Taku River [distant view from forested slope]. W. H. Case (no. 676)
305. [Group of hunters posed with game on deck of boat.] cloudy image, retouched
306. King salmon going up small stream to spawning grounds. Copyright 1909. W. H. Case (no. 404) retouched
307. Hootz-Du-Gu (girl of the Bear Clan). Copyright 1907 [girl in fur parka and draped in bearskin; similar to #146 & 147]. Case & Draper damaged negative
308. ...automobile of Alaska. Built at North West Light and Power Co., Skagway, Alaska. damaged negative
309. [Caribou; similar to #138.] low contrast
310. [Lawton Glacier; similar to #74, 224.] retouched
311. Lawton Glacier [in the distance]. Case & Draper (no. 693)
312. Wild brown bear [standing next to man]. Case & Draper (no. 40)
313. Lover's Lane, Sitka, Alaska [tree-lined path; same as #836]. Case & Draper (no. 364)
314. Young eagles [in nest; similar to #82]. (no. 50)
315. Caribou "down and out." The last of a fine specimen [injured caribou]. Case & Draper (no. 341)
316. Alaskan wild geese. Copyright 1906 [8 geese in water; oval image]. Case & Draper (no. 36)
317. Indian River, Sitka, Alaska [looking down river].
317a. Indian River, Sitka, Alaska [slightly wider view]. W. H. Case (no. 382)
318. Juneau sports in camp, Big Johns Bay, Alaska [man in front of cabin with hanging game]. W. H. Case (no. 434)
319. Cape Prince of Wales. Reindeer obtaining feed by pawing snow from Moss. Nowell (no.'s 20, 353)
320. [Same as #319]. Nowell (no. 20)
321. ...skan blue grouse [in bare tree; similar to #51]. Doody; Case & Draper (no. 338)
322. Blue grouse and chicks [on tree stump]. W. H. Case (no. 612)
323. Alaskan owls. Eagle, Alaska. Copyright 1904 [two owls on branch]. C. L. Andrews (no. 46)
324. Record caribou head, mounted by C.F. Cheek - for B.P.O.E. No. 420...W. H. Case
325. Winter in the north [similar to #78]. W. H. Case (no. 194) retouched
326. [Frozen stream; buildings on far bank at right.]
327. Alaskan bear smell salmon. Copyright 1913 [2 cubs on tree stump]. W. H. Case (no. 667)
328. A fine specimen of caribou [lying on ground]. Case & Draper
329. Blue grouse, closed season [similar to #51, 321]. (no. 49)
330. Alaska bear, bellies full of salmon. Going home. Copyright 1913 [2 cubs on tree stump]. W. H. Case (no. 669)
331. [Alaska Natives in western dress around baby's casket; wall draped with U.S. flag and Chilkat blanket.] damaged negative
332. Ice bergs. Icy Straits, Alaska [beached ice bergs]. Case & Draper (no. 187)
333. [Large fish hanging from tripod; interior view]. (no. 723)
334. An-Dis-Cla. Old Thlinget woman, Funter Bay, Alaska, 1908 [seated on a step]. W. H. Case (no. 29-N) damaged negative
335. Native boy catching salmon, Ketchikan, Alaska. Copyright 1905 [at waterfall]. Case & Draper (no. 42-N)
336. Collection of moose heads from Cooks Inlet. Juneau, Alaska, June 4, 1908 [on sidewalk; similar to #212]. W. H. Case (no.'s 5 & 255)
337. Sea gull, Treadwell, Alaska [flock of gulls on beach]. W. H. Case (no. 354) damaged negative
338. An Alaskan woman, who gets the game [carrying deer over left shoulder].
339. Eskimo girl on s...Copyright 1907 [on snowshoes; full-length studio portrait]. Case & Draper. damaged negative
340. [Miles Canyon from White Pass R.R.; same as #84 but reversed].
341. Rotary snow plow, W.P. & Y.R. [same as #85, undamaged]. C.L. Andrews (no. 197)
342. Showing the rescue of the survivors of the sailboat LIZ...capsized off Seward City, Alaska, Aug. 22, 1897...[life boat of steamer ISLANDER near Eldred Island; from a book illustration?]. W. H. Case
343. [FARALLON'S ice-covered bow; at dock. See also #90.]
344. Str. FARALLON from the westward. Juneau, Alaska. Copyright 1909 [side of iced ship]. W. H. Case (no. 356)
345. Moore's Wharf, Skagway, Alaska. July 9th, 1904 [from above; Skagway in background]. Case & Draper (no. 388)
346. T.A.K.G.M. Co. mess house, showing bar [view from cleared hillside above; Douglas Island in background]. W. H. Case (no. 682)
347. Dry Bay Cannery tender OAKLANE, off Dry Bay with crew and provisions. Juneau, Alaska. March 23, 1911. W. H. Case (no. 441)
348. Whaleing [whaling] Str. TYEE, JR. on beach at Lawton Creek, Nov. 10.1907 [grounded ship]. W. H. Case (no. 131)
349. [GRUB STAKE II in Juneau harbor.] (no. 746) retouched
350. Treadwell, 1908 [7 miners working underground]. W. H. Case (no. 130T) damaged negative
351. Suspension bridge and tunnel at head of Placer Canyon along A. C. Ry. Copyright 1906. Case & Draper (no. 63)
352. Looking east from the tunnel. W.P. & Y.R. Sawtooth Mts. in distance. Draper & Co. (no. 31)
353. [Overall view of snowy mountain pass from railroad tracks.]
354. W.P. and Y.R. Dead Horse Gulch [snowy pass from tracks]. Case & Draper (no. 328)
354a. Dead-Horse Gulch. W.P. and Y.R. [similar to #354]. W. H. Case (no. 448)
355. Caribou, B.C. W.P. & Y.R. [railroad bridge over water]. W. H. Case (no. 345)
356. Sitka, Alaska [distant view across curved beach, Baranof's Castle at left]. W. H. Case (no. 100)
357. Wrangell Narrows, Alaska, 1908 [bird's eye view, village at left]. W. H. Case (no. 559)
358. Linderberger's mild-cure and cold storage plant. Fish Egg Is., Alaska [boats in foreground; same as #798]. W. H. Case (no. 513)
359. Sitka, Alaska [overall view, ca. 1892]. W. H. Case (no. #375)
360. P.C.S.S. Co. Str. STATE OF CALIFORNIA [at dock]. Case & Draper (no. 688?)
361. Str. OREGON on the beach at Douglas Island, Feb. 20, 1898 [end-on view of stern; similar to #489]. Case & Draper (no. 386)
362. Mar. 24, 1907. Juneau, Alaska. Copyright 1907 [the iced-up CITY OF SEATTLE at dock]. Case & Draper (no. 110)
363. Arival (sic) of Gov. W. B. Hoggatt, June 20, 1908, Juneau, Alaska [CITY OF SEATTLE at dock with a crowd]. W. H. Case (no. 254)
364. Gov. J.F.A. Strong ariveing (sic) home on CITY OF SEATTLE, May 20, 1913 [port view of ship at Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 665)
365. [Steamer COTTAGE CITY; starboard view.]
366. Tug PHILIP F. KELLEY. Geo. T. Myers & Co. cannery, Sitkoh Bay, Alaska. W. H. Case
367. Str. Al-KI, Hoonah, Alaska, Aug. 25, 1912. W. H. Case
368. P.C. Co. Str. AL-KI on the mud-flats off Lawson Creek, Douglas Isld., Alaska. Apr. 5, 1907 [beached near Juneau]. Case & Draper (no. 112)
369. Street scene...[buildings along boardwalk, possibly Sitka].
370. Kern Castle Mountain Resort, Skagway, Alaska.
371. Seldovia, Alaska, May 7th, 1906 [overall view looking toward the water]. Case & Draper (no. 85)
372. New-Town. Ketchikan, Alaska, Oct. 7th, 1905 [bird's eye view over waterfront]. Case & Draper (no. 214)
373. Tunnel, W.P. & Y.R. [train on trestle approaching tunnel]. Case & Draper (no. 330)
374. P.C. Co. S.S. STATE OF CALIFORNIA [approaching Juneau dock]. W. H. Case
375. A.S.S. Co. Str.YUCATAN, Feb. 16, 1910 [sinking]. W. H. Case (no. 423)
376. Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska [view toward Mt. Edgecumbe]. W. H. Case (no. 378) retouched
377. Iceberg, Juneau, Alaska [five people sitting on an iceberg; early view]. W. H. Case (no. 362)
378. Record caribou head, mounted by C.F. Cheek, for B.P.O.E. No. 420...W. H. Case
379. Old's Mountain, July 23, 1907 [ looking up from stream]. Case & Draper
380. Taku Glacier, Alaska [steamer, at right, approaching huge iceberg]. W. H. Case (no. 241) [Falsified – ship added to photograph; per Jim Geraghty, Jan. 2014]
381. Mr. Lynx [in snowy forest]. low contrast
382. Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska [two men on glacier at upper left, one man on beach in foreground]. W. H. Case (no. 428)
383. [Waterfall in steep valley.] W. H. Case
384. Davidson Glacier [close view; same as #30]. Case & Draper
385. Sunset on Face Mountain. Case & Draper (no. 311)
386. [Train on mountainside.] damaged negative
387. [Beach with reflection.]
388. Str. CORWIN, Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 9, 1907. W H. Case (no. 133)
389. Boston group of mines. Juneau, Alaska, Jan. 31, 1908 [cleared hillside and building]. W. H. Case
390. The "S" Glacier. Case & Draper (no. 358)
391. Glacier Lake and Knic Glacier, Stickene River, Alaska (sic). W H. Case (no. 505)
392. C.P.R. Co. S.S. PRINCESS MAY. Wrecked on Sentinel Is. Alaska, Aug. 5, 1910 [aground]. W. H. Case (no. 434)
393. Russian Church, Seldovia, Alaska. Case & Draper (no. 66)
394. Snowman and its architects, summit, White Pass. Case & Draper
395. Ice berg, Taku Inlet, June 14, 1908. Alaska. W. H. Case (no. 251)
396. Baby moose at home, view taken on Marshal Creek, Yukon Ter. [similar to #234, 303]. Case & Draper (no. 340)
397. A.C. Co. Str.ADMIRAL SAMPSON, Juneau, Alaska, Mar. 10. 1911. damaged negative
398. Str.NOTHLAND (sic), Petersburg, Alaska [NORTHLAND]. W. H. Case (no. 399)
399. Str. CUTCH, Skagway, Alaska. Feb. 1900 [close view; negative image]. Case & Draper (no. 393)
400. Midsummer snow scene, June 16, 1904 [three log buildings on path]. Adams and Co., Dawson
401. Chilkats in dancing customs [costumes] at Sitka potlatch. Copyright Dec. 23, 1904 [posed on steps of building; canoe in foreground]. Case & Draper
402. [Two Tlingit women in regalia, seated against a wall; Tlingit ceremonial hat on left. Sign on wall reads, "Chief Tom, Sitka Policeman."] damaged negative
403. Chief Ano-Tlosh, the white man's friend. Copyright 1906 [similar to #76]. Case & Draper (no. 121-N)
404. Chief Ocane and wife at home [Tlingit man and woman seated in ceremonial clothes; see also #406]. Case & Draper (no. 38-N)
405. Hoonah, Native town. Case & Draper (no. 88-N)
406. Hoonah Chief Nah-Kane at home with klootch [closer version of #404]. Case & Draper (no. 21-N)
407. Native Villege [Village], Kla-wak [Klawock], Alaska [distant view across water]. W. H. Case (no. 160-N) cloudy
408. Klukwan Native band. Juneau, Alaska, Dec. 11, 1912 [standing on hillside]. damaged negative
409. Indian town at Hoonah, Alaska [beach front]. Case & Draper (no. 89-N)
410. Kling-wan Native villege [Village], Klakas Inlet, Alaska [distant view across water]. W. H. Case

(no. 165-N)


411. Kake, Alaska, Sept. 13, 1914 [view across water; similar to #658, 991]. W. H. Case (no. 751)
412. Bear totem, Kling-wan, Alaska [close view; see also #670]. W. H. Case (no. 173-N)
413. Thlinget Native canoe race, Juneau, Alaska [three long canoes racing; same as #780]. W. H. Case (no. 156N) damaged negative
414. [Twelve canoes lined up, flying American flags, similar to #15. Killisnoo natives arriving at Sitka, ca. 1904.]
415. Pocahontas of the north [Native girl with blackened face squatting on ground]. W. H. Case

(no. 49-N)


416. Killisnoo Jake [man and girl on steps; same as #785]. W. H. Case (no. 146-N)
417. Native basket weaver. Copyright 1906 [similar to #154]. Case & Draper (no. 34-N)
418. Alaska basket weaver. Copyright 1903 [side view of woman sitting on floor; similar to #419]. Case & Draper (no. 157-N) damaged negative
419. Alaska basket weaver. Copyright 1903 [similar to #418, 1181]. Case & Draper. damaged negative
420. Native women, Sitka, Alaska [studio view; two seated, center woman standing]. W. H. Case

(no. 15-N)


421. Thlinget grave house, Juneau, Alaska [hung with Chilkat blanket; same as #790]. W. H. Case

(no. 55-N)


422. Old totems, Kas-aan, Alaska [Native cemetery]. Case & Draper (no. 116-N)
422a. Old totems, Kas-aan, Alaska. E. C. Adams (no. 515)
423. Tlingit - Clutchman. Copyright 1906 [Elizabeth, wife of Chief Anatalas; same as #77]. Case & Draper (no. 31-N)
424. Old Native house's and totems at Wrangell, Alaska [across water]. W. H. Case (no.'s 241 & 143-N)
425. Indian Town. Hoonah, Alaska [view across water]. Case & Draper (no. 38-N)
426. [Two Native girls seated and weaving baskets; studio portrait.]
427. Native curios [display of Chilkat blanket, baskets, masks, etc.].
428. Native shamen [shaman] drives away devil spirits [studio portrait; shaman kneeling over prone man].

W. H. Case (no. 82-N)


429. [Full-length studio portrait of Native man (Skoon-do-oo, Klukwan Chilkat shaman, Eagle tribe) wearing fringed apron and holding carved rattles. Identified by Anna Katzeek.]
430. [Three Tlingit men in Native dress (Swatka at left), holding carved rattles; 3/4 length studio portrait, see #443, 455.] damaged negative
431. Grave totems, Ketchikan, Alaska [winged totem in front of grave house]. W. H. Case (no. 150-N)
432. Native graves, entrance to the Dry Pass, Alaska [similar to #636]. W. H. Case (no. 172-N)
433. The sha-man alone with his totem. Copyright 1906 [Native man kneeling at small totem; studio portrait; same as #782]. Case & Draper (no. 103-N)
434. Native church, Metlakatla, Alaska, 1908. W. H. Case (no. 330)
435. Native grave, Killisnoo [close view of headstone and inscription]. Case & Draper (no. 41-N)
436. Porcupine Mary. Copyright 1907 [head & shoulders portrait]. Case & Draper (no. 78-N)
437. [Man carrying giant squirrel on shoulder and rifle; photocollage]. retouched
438. Natives ready for the big canoe race. Juneau, Alaska, July 4th, 1907 [two canoes in Gastineau Channel; see also #779]. Case & Draper (no. 137-N)
439. Klen-Nah-Gah, the Yakutat. Copyright 1906 [upper torso portrait of young Tlingit man in Native dress and necktie]. Case & Draper (c. 1 no. 2435; c. 2 no. 124-N)
440. Totems at old Tuxekan, Alaska. Totems...[grave house at right; same as #792]. W. H. Case

(no. 164-N)


441. Native totems and church, Kling-wan, Alaska [looking up at church from below]. W. H. Case

(no. 175-N)


442. Type of Chilkat beauty. Copyright 1906 [same as #141]. Case & Draper (no. 26-N)
443. [Three Tlingit men seated (Swatka at left); similar to #430, 455.]
444. Chief Shake's house and totem, Wrangell, Alaska, June 9, 1908. W. H. Case (no. 246 & 142-N)
445. Grave of fire-eating medicine man (Skah-Owa), Tuxekan Passage, Alaska [grave house on shore; similar to #687]. W. H. Case (no. 171-N)
446. Russian preast [priest], chiefs and head men of the Thlingets, Sitka, Alaska [Archie Demetris White, chief of Raven tribe of Hoonah (in tall hat at left of priest); identified by Anna Katzeek]. W. H. Case (no. 70-N)
447. Douglas, Alaska [early view of waterfront from beach; man and dog in foreground]. W. H. Case

(no. 37)
448. [Native man (Skoon-doo-oo yak [Skundoo], shaman of the Eagle tribe) holding carved rattles; upper torso studio portrait.] damaged negative


449. Native mission, Kake, Alaska. April 11th, 1905 [view from beach]. Case & Draper (no. 106-N)
450. Totems at old Tuxekan villege [village]. W. H. Case (no. 176-N)
451. Kaw-Claa, Native girl [same as #21]. damaged negative
452. Old-Suk-Wan, Native villege [village], Suk-Kwan Narrows, Alaska [view across water]. damaged negative
453. Totem at Kling-Wan, Alaska [carved bear; same as #794]. W. H. Case (no. 170-N)
454. [Same as #429; left image on this glass plate badly damaged so no print made.]
455. Ka-Sh-Ak, the Monkeyman. Skan-Doo [Skundoo], notorious old medicene [medicine] man. Ind-A-Yanek (Swatka), the famous Indian guide. Three brothers, old head-men of the Kak-Von-Tons of the Chilkat tribe. Copyright 1907 [similar to #430, 443]. Case & Draper (no. 11-N) [Men of the Shagukeidi from Kulkwan. L-R: Kaalgéi, Sx’andu.oo and Swáatk’I (Yindayáank’) per Harold Jacobs.]
456. Oregon City under the fog [overall view]. Case & Draper
457. Milan Cathedral...[exterior view]. W. H. Case
458. [Photograph of a painting or sketch of Muir Glacier by M. Fox; see #460.]
459. Porcupine Mary, 1907 [same view as #36; glass plate image badly damaged and not printed].
460. Muir Glacier [similar to #458]. M. Fox (no. 5)
461. Str. DAWSON in Five Finger Rapids. Copyright 1904 [same as #467, 992]. Hamacher & Doody; Case & Draper (no. 392)
462. [Skagway; dog team and sled in front of Case & Draper store.]
463. Goat team on Chilkoot Trail; 1898 [in harness].
464. Str. TOLEDO, Turnagain Arm, May 2, 1906 [aground on beach]. Case & Draper (no. 82)
465. Interior...[two men in dynamited Canadian Bank of Commerce, Skagway, September, 1902; see also #1033]. Case & Draper (no. 759)
466. Bank after attempted robbery [crowds outside Canadian Bank of Commerce, Skagway]. Case & Draper (no. 758)
467. Str. DAWSON in Five Finger Rapids [same as #461, 992]. (no. 117)
468. White Horse. W. P. & Y.R. [early overall view of Yukon River and tent city].
469. W.P. & Y.R., White Horse, Y.T. [later view over Yukon River]. Case & Draper (no. 320)
470. [Str. NORA tied to shore and crowded with people.] Case & Draper (no. 389)
471. Lake Bennet [Bennett] [tent city in foreground; same as #846]. Case &Draper (no. 18)
472. The summit of White Pass [miners and piles of gear along snowy trail]. (no. 206)
473. [Tent city on either side of narrow rapids near Lake Bennett; same as #847.] Case & Draper

(c. 2 no. 4)


474. [Camps in snowy canyon, White Pass Trail.]
475. White Pass Canyon [man on horse in narrow rock passage]. Case & Draper (no. 33)
476. Long Lake [two men with dog teams hitched to loaded sleds].
477. [Case & Draper photography studio tent.]
478. Porcupine Hill [men with loaded pack mules]. Case & Draper (no. 23)
479. [Steamer CLIFFORD SIFTON at shore.] Case & Draper (no. 55)
480. [Railroad track curving around cliff]. Case & Draper
481. Lake Linderman [overall view; tent city on shore].
482. Brooks.[Skagway, Alaska ca. 1898 crowded street scene]. Case & Draper 44?. damaged neg.
483. Teams of Red Line Trasportation [Transportation] Co., Bennett, B.C.
484. W.P. & Y.R.R. [tracks on rocky cliff]. Case & Draper (no. 42)
485. WHITLAW wreck [shipwreck on beach]. (no. 228)
486. Two Lake Bennett flyers [steamers AUSTRALIAN and GLEANER]. Case & Draper (no. 39)
487. Chilkoot Pass in 1898. Chilkoot summit [base of steep snowy trail]. Case & Draper. retouched
488. The Harbor, Skagway [bird's eye view].
489. The OREGON beached on Douglas Island with 500 passengers and baggage and 1500 tons of freight Feb. 20, 1898 [see #361]. [Behind Mayflower Island; per Jim Geraghty, Jan. 2014]
490. P.C.S.S. Co. Str. CITY OF TOPEKA [starboard view, in Gastineau Channel]. Case & Draper
491. Str FLOSSIE [FLOSIE]. Case & Draper (no. 54)
492. [The ferry FLOSIE in Gastineau Channel.] Case & Draper (no. 51)
493. Completing the W.P. & Y.R.R. to Bennett [men and horse teams on beach, railroad ties in foreground]. Case & Draper (no. 191?)
493a & b. Completing the W.P. & Y.R.R. to Bennett [cropped version of #493]. Case & Draper (no. 191)
494. The OREGON on Douglas Island [1898; side view of ship aground; see #499]. Case & Draper
495. Douglas C[ity?; looking north from St. Ann's Street]. Case & Draper (no. 46)
496. Landing the finback whale [whale alongside ship; reverse of #506]. damaged negative
497. Whale fishing in Alaska [ship with two whales alongside].
498. Juneau, Alaska [looking down N. Franklin St. from 6th St., pre-1904; see also #810]. (no. 47)
499. [Steamer OREGON aground; similar to #494.] Case & Draper (no. 32)
500. [Whale lying on ramp; see #505.]
501 Tyee Whaling Station, Murders Cove, Alaska [dock and ramp; similar to #508 (reversed)].
502. White or finback whale [four whales afloat in water; man sitting on farthest one].
503. [Round stone lamp.]
504. [Similar to #403.]
505. [Whale on dock; similar to #500.]
506. [Whale alongside ship Tyee Junior; reverse of #496.] [printed backward]
507. [Two whales along starboard side of ship.]
508. [Tyee Whaling Station; similar to #501 (reversed)].
509. ...r’s Lane, Sitka [Lover's Lane; path through forest]. Case & Draper (no. 10?) damaged negative
510. [Three or four whales being pulled along side of ship.]
511. Bennett, B.C. [buildings and train on shore].
512. [Train pulling flatcar crowded with people - probably Skagway.]
512a. First R.R. Excursion in Alaska. Pacific & Artic R.R. Nav. Co. 7.20.1898. [same as #512].
513. [Front St., Juneau; looking toward Franklin St.; ca. 1914 -1918]. W. H. Case (no. 154)
514. Juneau, Alaska [looking down S. Franklin St. from Front St.; ca 1914 - 1918]. (no. 186)
515. [Fire truck with ladder on parade on S. Franklin St., Juneau, ca. 1914 - 1918.] W. H. Case (no. 197)
516. [Fire truck with hoses on parade on S. Franklin St., Juneau; ca 1914 - 1918]. W. H. Case (no. 195)
517. [Parade float with girls holding U.S. flags on S. Franklin St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 192)
518. [Group of young women on parade in white uniforms with large cross symbol; S. Franklin St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 191)
519. [4th of July float, "The World Protector," flying British and American flags; Main St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 186)
520. [4th of July parade, Juneau; open car and marching band on Main St.]. W. H. Case (no. 183)
521. [Marching band on S. Franklin St.; 4th of July parade]. W. H. Case (no. 164)
522. [Marching band on Main St., Juneau, 4th of July parade]. W. H. Case (no. 155)
523. [Large group of men on parade; S. Main St., Juneau.] W. H. Case (no. 158)
524. [Two decorated fire trucks on parade; S. Main St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 187)
525. [Group of men parading on Main St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 180)
526. [Group of men parading past the Seward Building on S. Franklin St., Juneau]. W.H. Case (no. 194)
527. [Group of women on parade, S. Franklin St., Juneau.] W. H. Case (no. 161)
528. [Group of men on parade, St. Franklin S., Juneau.] W. H. Case (no. 145)
529. [Group of men on parade, S. Franklin St., Juneau.]. W. H. Case (no. 148)
530. [Dr. Sloan's house on 7th St., Juneau; in winter]. W. H. Case (no. 86)
531. [St. Ann's Hospital on 6th St., Juneau; in snow.] W. H. Case (no. 75)
532. Juneau, Alaska, Feb. 3, 1918 [Presbyterian Church at 4th and Franklin Sts.; in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 6)
533. [Methodist Church and parsonage, to left of another house, at 4th and Seward Sts.; in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 48)
534. Feb 3, 1918 [year of the big snow; the Alaskan Hotel on S. Franklin St., Juneau, beyond a big snowpile]. W. H. Case (no. 23)
535. [Juneau; looking down Main St. from 3rd; in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 63)
536. Feb. 3, 1918 [Famous Taylor Made Candy Store on Main St.; in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 41)
537. Feb. 3, 1918 [deep snowbank on S. Franklin St. sidewalk)]. W. H. Case (no. 57)
538. [Looking down snowy S. Franklin St.; City Baths at right [Crystal Saloon Bldg.]. W. H. Case
539. [Front Street in snow, looking toward Main St. Winter & Pond and W. H. Case stores in background]. W. H. Case (no. 65)
540. [Juneau; Capt. Malcolm Campbell's house at Front & Main St.., in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 39)
541. Feb. 3, 1918 [Winter & Pond storefront on Franklin St., Juneau, in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 29)
542. Feb. 3, 1918 [City Cafe in snow; S. Franklin St., Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 14)
542a. Feb. 3, 1918 [cropped version]. W. H. Case (no. 14)
543. Juneau, Alaska, Feb. 3, 1918 [snow drifts on S. Franklin St.]. W. H. Case (no. 8)
543a. Juneau, Alaska, Feb. 3, 1918 [cropped version of #543]. W. H. Case (no. 8)
544. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking toward Franklin St. from W. H. Case store on Front St., Juneau, in snow].

W. H. Case (no. 38)


545. Feb. 3, 1918 [snowy Front St., looking toward Franklin St.]. W. H. Case (no. 35)
546. Feb. 3, 1918 [Front St. looking toward Main St., in]. W. H. Case (no. 33)
547. [Looking up snowy Main Street, Juneau.] W. H. Case (no. 37)
548. Feb. 3, 1918 [snowy S. Franklin St.; I. Goldstein store on left (now Filipino Club)]. W. H. Case

(no. 26)
549. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking down snowy S. Franklin St., Juneau, at post office]. W. H. Case (no. 32)


550. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking up snowy S. Franklin St.]. W. H. Case (no. 13)
551. Feb. 3, 1918 [similar to #549]. W. H. Case (no. 15)
552. [Juneau; Franklin St. curio shop in deep snow.] (no. 58)
553. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking up snowy S. Franklin St.]. W. H. Case (no. 11)
553a. Feb. 3, 1918 [cropped version]. W. H. Case (no. 11)
554. [Juneau; looking up snowy Seward St. from Front St.; 1918; bank at left.] W. H. Case (no. 30)
555. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking up snowy S. Franklin St. at Sullivan Machinery Co.]. W. H. Case (no. 19)
556. Feb. 3, 1918 [Orpheum Theater in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 17)
556a. Feb. 3, 1918 [cropped version]. W. H. Case (no. 17)
557. [Alaska Artisans Shop and Alaska Transfer Co. at Main & Front Sts., Juneau, in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 18)
558. Feb. 3, 1918 [looking up N. Franklin from Front. St.]. W. H. Case (no. 22)
559. Feb. 3, 1918 [S. Franklin after snowstorm; Chief Johnson's house at upper left] W. H. Case (no. 21)
559a. Feb. 3, 1918 [cropped version]. W. H. Case (no. 21)
560. [Snowy downtown Juneau street in snow.] W. H. Case (no. 62)
561. Feb. 3, 1918 [Front Street looking toward Seward St.; in snow]. W. H. Case (no. 24)
562. [Juneau, 1913; Governor Strong on steps of Court Building at his inauguration.]
563. Executive Office. Juneau, Alaska [at 5th and Main (formerly a Presbyterian Mission building]. W. H. Case (no. 203)
564. Govenors [Governor’s] Executive Office, Juneau, Alaska [front of building at 5th and Main Sts.; First Methodist Church at right]. W. H. Case (no. 204)
565. Gov. Mansion, Juneau, Alaska. W. H. Case (no. 11)
566. [Governor's Mansion; bird's eye view towards Douglas Island]. W. H. Case (no. 16)
567. St. Ann Hospital (sic), Juneau, Alaska [parish house and church to the left]. W. H. Case (no. 162)
568. St. Ann Hospital [(sic) church, parish house, and hospital (l to r)]. W. H. Case (no. 163)
569. [Juneau; Hotel Cain on Franklin Street; ca. 1914-1915]. W. H. Case (no. 15)
570. [Douglas dock.] W. H. Case (no. 106)
571. [Looking toward Douglas Island over Willoughby Avenue (on pilings), ca. 1918-1920]. W. H. Case (no. 18)
572. Juneau, Alaska [looking toward Douglas Island; homes below Governor's Mansion]. W. H. Case (no. 17)
573. Juneau, Alaka [Alaska], 1886 [looking toward Mt. Juneau from the water]. (no. 208)
574. Resd. Disct. Juneau, Alaska [hill above Seward St. between 5th & 7th Sts.]. W. H. Case (no. 10)
575. [Juneau; Front St., looking toward Franklin; Occidental Hotel on left]. (no. 188)
576. Ruin of Juneau Hotel. Sept. 4, 1911 [from above]. W. H. Case (no. 2)
577. Ruin of Juneau Hotel, Sept. 4, 1911 [firemen at right spraying water]. W. H. Case (no. 8)
578. Ruin of Juneau Hotel. Sept. 4, 1911 [street level; two men at left foreground]. W. H. Case (no. 9)
579. Ruin of Juneau, Hotel. Sept. 4, 1911 [man shooting water from window]. W. H. Case (no. 5)
580. [Crowd standing on Juneau dock; smoke in background.] poor image
581. Showing ruin of Union Wharf, Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 13, 1911 [charred pilings]. W. H. Case
582. Ruin of Union Wharf after fire, Nov. 13, 1911. Juneau, Alaska. W. H. Case
583. [Ship and crowd at Pacific Steamship dock.] W. H. Case (no. 122)
584. Salmon Creek [showing stamp mill at right]. W. H. Case (no. 220)
585A. Ice bridge over Granite Creek Falls. July 23, 1907 [three men on stream below]. W. H. Case

(no. 49)
585B. Granite Creek Basin, July 29, 1907 [two men on snowy bank at right; same as #826]. Case & Draper (no. 52)


586. Perseverance Mine, Silver Bow Basin, Alaska, 1908 [mine buildings on slope]. W. H. Case (no.'s 108 & 299)
587. Bird's eye view. Silver Bow Basin, Aug. 1908 [distant view]. W. H. Case (nos. 274 & 109)
588. [Alaska Gastineau Mining Co. mine and buildings at Thane, taken from the beach]. (no. 222)
589. Tee Harbor Packing Co. [small boat sailing near shore]. W. H. Case (no. 354)
590. Resd. R. E. Douglas. Tea [Tee] Harbor, Alaska [couple and dog on steps of small house on stilts]. (no. 337)
591. Standard Oil Co. [dock, building and storage tanks on Thane Road at Juneau (building later slid into the water)]. (no. 262)
592. Tee Harbor Packing Co. plant, Tee Harbor, Alaska [similar to #6]. W. H. Case (no. 346)
593. Douglas, Alaska. Copyright 1912 [taken from hill above 5th street; public school in center]. J. B. Caro & Co. W. H. Case (no. 33)
594. Street scene, Douglas, Alaska. Copyright 1912 [Front Street; Douglas Opera House on left]. J. B. Caro and Co. W. H. Case (no. 40)
595. Douglas, Alaska. Treadwell in distance. Copyright 1912 [overall view]. J. B. Caro & Co. W. H. Case (no. 30)
596. Douglas, Alaska [Mayflower Island across water, with Douglas on left]. W. H. Case (no. 407)
597. Lowee end, Doglas Is. [(sic) man sitting on beached iceberg; man in canoe and boat to right]. W. H. Case (no. 's 110 & no. 309)
598. [Ferryboat ALMA docked at Juneau]. W. H. Case (no. 90)
599. First draft boys leaveing (sic) Juneau, Alaska, May 10, 1918 [U.S. Army ship PETERSON loaded with men in background; small boats in front]. W. H. Case (no. 139)
600. [U.S. Army ship PETERSON with drafted men at Juneau; the TILLACUM, right foreground]. W. H. Case (no. 173)
601. [U. S. Army ship PETERSON with "draft boys"]. W. H. Case (no. 188)
602. [The PETERSON leaving Juneau with "draft boys," and spectators on boats]. W. H. Case

(no. 179)


603. [U. S. Army ship PETERSON (with "draft boys") and ALMA at Juneau dock]. W. H. Case

(no. 170)


604. May 10, 1918 [the PETERSON leaving Juneau; AJAX and other boats in the foreground].

W. H. Case (no. 142)


605. Seeing the boys off, May 10, 1918 [four boats loaded with people]. W. H. Case (no. 143)
606. [U. S. Army ship PETERSON with "draft boys"; Juneau.] W. H. Case (no. 177)
607. Leaving of first draft, May 10, 1918. Juneau, Alaska [U.S. Army ship PETERSON]. W. H. Case

(no. 138?) right corner torn


608. May 10, 1918 [crowded boats seeing the "draft" boys off]. W. H. Case (no. 141)
609. A. C. Co. Str. PORTLAND. W. H. Case (no.'s 67 & 315)
610. A.C. Co. "Grey-hound," S.S. BERTHA. Juneau, Alaska [approaching Juneau dock]. W. H. Case (no. 63)
611. A.S.S. Co. Str. MARIPOSA [in Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no. 59)
612. Wreck of ADMIRAL EVANS, Hawk-Inlet, Alaska [unidentified ship at left]. W. H. Case (no. 65)
613. C.P.R. S.S. PRINCESS SOPHIA [in Gastineau Channel; small boat in foreground]. W. H. Case

(no. 58)
614. [ST.(?) DAVID, Seattle; beached ship.]


615. P.C. Co. S.S. QUEEN [sailing up Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no.'s 55 & 402)
616. LONE FISHERMAN off for Sheep Creek, Aug. 1st, 1907 [ferry leaving Douglas]. Case (no. 28)
617. Str. AL-KI. Douglas Isl'd. Apr. 5, 1907 [ship aground]. Case (no. 27)
618. ADMIRAL EVANS [in Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no. 183)
619. A.S.S. Co. Str. OHIO [in Gastineau Channel; Mt. Bradley in background]. W. H. Case (no.'s 85 & 311)
620. Str. TYONIC. Hope {she-want-turn-over} (sic) Alaska, May 2nd, 1906 [ship aground on sandy beach; people disembarking]. Case & Draper (no. 69)
621. S.S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON [in Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no. 65)
622. S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON. Juneau, Alaska. W. H. Case
623. P.C. Co. S.S. CITY OF SEATTLE [sailing down Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no. 61)
624. Alaska Fish Co. [sailing ship and boats alongside] W. H. Case (no. 64)
625. C.P.R. Co. S.S. PRINCESS MAY, wrecked on Sentinel Is., Alaska. Aug. 5, 1910 [similar to #107, 772]. W. H. Case (no.'s 1 & 432)
626. PRINCESS MAY, Aug. 25, 1910 [aground on rocks in distance; Str. SANTA CRUZ to right; see #83 for closer view]. W. H. Case (no. 53)
627. Scene of wreck of PRINCESS MAY, Aug. 25, 1910 [similar to #83] W. H. Case (no. 54)
628. PRINCESS MAY wrecked on Sentinel Is., Alaska. Aug. 5, 1910 [side view]. Draper & Co.
629. C.P.R. Str. PRINCESS MAY [in Gastineau Channel]. W. H. Case (no.'s 57 & 326)
630. Navigation on Turnigan Arm [Turnagain], May 2ond, 1906 [(sic) the TOLEDO high and dry on beach]. Case & Draper (no. 70)
631. [Ice covered ship LOUISE at dock.] W. H. Case (no. 124)
632. [PHOENIX II.] W. H. Case (no. 199)
633. Str. SPOKANE at Taku Glacier. Copyright 1907 [distant view; ship pouring out black smoke]. Case (no. 22)
634A. Str. SPOKANE at Taku Glacier, Alaska. Copyright 1907 [small boat on beach in foreground]. Case (no. 51)
634B. [Str. SPOKANE at Taku Glacier; similar to #634A.] light damage
635. Kenai Native cache, Cook Inlet, Alaska Case & Draper (no. 131)
636. Native graves, Dry Passage, Alaska [similar to #432]. W. H. Case (no. 21)
637. Native town, Dundas Bay, Alaska [row of small wooden houses on dry shore]. W. H. Case (no. 87)
638. N.W.F. Co., Dundas Bay, Alaska [view across water]. W. H. Case
639. N.W.F. Co., Dundas Bay, Alaska [similar to #638]. W. H. Case
640. N.W. F. Co. Hunter Bay, Alaska [buildings built over water]. W. H. Case (no. 376)
641. N.W. F. Co., Hunter Bay, Alaska [view across water]. W. H. Case (no. 178)
642. Hadley Smelter, Hadley, Alas [(sic) buildings and railway; looking across water]. (no. 100)
643. Hoonah Packing Co. [buildings and ship at dock]. W. H. Case (no.'s 4 & 97)
644. Hoonah, Alaska, Aug. 25, 1912 [across water; ship at center]. W. H. Case (no.'s 6 & 170)
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