Photographs, 1899-1900.


Photographs, 1899-1900.

The collection consists of seven photographs which had been owned by Helene Stoll. Six relate to Dawson, Yukon Territory, in 1899 and 1900. Five of these are photographs by Larss and Duclos and one is by H.G. Goetz. Another by Winter and Pond is unidentified. The Goetz photo is a panoramic view of Dawson from across the river. The Larss and Duclos pictures depict groups of people, a Fourth of July scene, and a fire damaged building. In addition, there are eleven conservation negatives for these photographs.

.1 cu. ft.7 photographs : b&w ; 15 x 20 cm.-23 x 82 cm. + 11 photograph negatives.

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Winter & Pond (corporateBody)

Lloyd Valentine Winter (1866-1945) and Edwin Percy Pond (1872-1943), of the firm Winter & Pond Co., were prominent Alaskan photographers. In 1893, Winter came to Juneau from San Francisco and entered a partnership with George M. Landerkin, known as Landerkin and Winter. In 1894, his long time friend E.P. Pond bought out Landerkin. Winter and Pond served as official Alaska photographers for the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition in Seattle in 1909. During the gold rush, Winter was appointed the ...

Larss, P. E. (Per Edward) (person)

Larss, who later became known as P.E. Larson, came to the U.S. from Sweden in 1881, aged 18. He worked as a professional photographer throughout the West. Larss died in 1941 in San Pedro, Calif. From the description of P.E. Larss papers [microform], 1898-1904. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 42065411 ...

Duclos, J. E. N. (person)

Stoll, Helene. (person)

Helene Stoll was born in Juneau, Alaska, in 1895. She later married a German immigrant and moved to Washington, D.C., where they eventually started a bakery. From the description of Photographs, 1899-1900. (UAA/APU Consortium Library). WorldCat record id: 59227343 ...

Goetz, H. J. (person)