Skagway, district of Alaska, 1884-1912: building the gateway to the Klondike
Anthropology and Historic Preservation, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Alaska, 1983 - Architecture - 162 pages
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acquired the building Alaska Historical Library architectural Arctic Brotherhood Hall Atlin Barley Collection Broadway Avenue building's built Captain Moore Captain William Moore construction corner courtesy of Alaska courtesy of Archives courtesy of Yukon curio Days of 98 depot District of Alaska facade Fairbanks false false-fronted Fifth Frank Reid front George Rapuzzi Golden North Hotel Historic Preservation interior Jeff Smith's Parlor July Juneau Kirmse Klondike Gold Rush Klondike Hotel Liquor Store Lynn Canal Mascot Saloon McCabe College Moore's wharf moved museum National Park Service one-story opened Pacific Clipper Park Service acquired Pass & Yukon Photo courtesy photographs present Pullen House rear remodelled residence restaurant roof Rush National Historical sash Seattle single-story Sixth Avenue Skagway Bay Skagway's Soapy Smith Sourdough stampeders Street streetscape tourists town town's two-story wood frame United Transportation Union University of Alaska Victoria White Pass Trail Whitehorse wood frame structure Yukon Archives Yukon River Yukon Route railroad