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Broadway, Skagway, Alaska, May 20th, 1898

View of Broadway in the Skagway, Alaska, business district, with people on street and in horse-drawn wagons, and dog lying in middle of street in foreground. Signs on buildings read: "Burkhard House. Headquarters Yukon Outfitters. Jos. Burkhard & Co.," "The Pillbox Drug Co.," "GG Allen, Tinsmith and Jobber," "Dyea Mercantile and Mining Co, Outfitters," "Getz and Donovan. Packers," "Boss Bakery," and "Skaguay News Office." Photographer's number 2203. May 20, 1898. Photographer: F.H. Nowell. Original photograph size: 7 1/2" x 9 1/2". Anchorage Museum of History and Art - Library and Archives.

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