Annette Island Airport
Title:
Annette Island Airport
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused


Waterfront Looking Down Channel
Title:
Waterfront Looking Down Channel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border PM 1930 Jul-22



Chief Johnson's Totem and Residence
Title:
Chief Johnson's Totem and Residence
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Chief Johnson's totem is surmounted by the fabled bird Ka-juk. Below are two young birds of the same name. Still below is the eagle and the wolf.


15342. Totem Poles and Residences of Haida Indians
Title:
15342. Totem Poles and Residences of Haida Indians
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Totem Poles and Residences of Haida Indians near Ketchikan, Alaska.



An Alaskan Coastal-Ellis Amphibian
Title:
An Alaskan Coastal-Ellis Amphibian
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome PM 1971 Feb-12

Description:
Leaves Ketchikan on a scheduled flight in Southeast Alaska. Coastal-Ellis operates throughout the entire panhandle area, serving airports and seaports as well as the many logging camps and fishing villages.


Business Section
Title:
Business Section
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



Council Chamber, Public Library, School House and some Residences
Title:
Council Chamber, Public Library, School House and some Residences
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.


Fishing Village
Title:
Fishing Village
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.


Ship Silhouette Against Cloudy Sky and Hills
Title:
Ship Silhouette Against Cloudy Sky and Hills
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
S. S. Dispatch with passengers of wrecked Str. Mariposa approaching Ketchikan, Alaska by moonlight. This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



View down Tongass Narrows
Title:
View down Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.


View of West Ketchikan
Title:
View of West Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



Water View up Tongass Narrows
Title:
Water View up Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.


Waterfront Scene
Title:
Waterfront Scene
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



Indian Totem
Title:
Indian Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Waterwheel
Title:
Waterwheel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back



Mission Street
Title:
Mission Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Chief's House and Totem
Title:
Chief's House and Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Ketchikan, First City in Alaska
Title:
Ketchikan, First City in Alaska
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Ingersoll Hotel
Title:
Ingersoll Hotel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Salmon Capital of the World" with the Ingersoll Hotel at the corner.



S. S. George Washington
Title:
S. S. George Washington
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo


Ketchikan, Alaska
Title:
Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan, Alaska. Looking along the main street of the Salmon Capitol of the world. This city is also the site of Alaska's first pulp mill. Dexter Press, Inc.



Dock Street, Ketchikan, Alaska
Title:
Dock Street, Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome


Front Street View
Title:
Front Street View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused



Saxman Totem
Title:
Saxman Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


View of Front Street Showing Hotel Revilla
Title:
View of Front Street Showing Hotel Revilla
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo



Trolling Fleet and Deer Mountain
Title:
Trolling Fleet and Deer Mountain
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1938 Jun-27


Annette Island Airport
Title:
Annette Island Airport
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
23 miles South of Ketchikan



Ketchikan, Alaska Night Scene
Title:
Ketchikan, Alaska Night Scene
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused


Rain Gauge
Title:
Rain Gauge
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused



Waterfront and Air Service Terminal of Webber Air, Inc
Title:
Waterfront and Air Service Terminal of Webber Air, Inc
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused


Night Scene
Title:
Night Scene
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused



Ketchikan Centennial Building
Title:
Ketchikan Centennial Building
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
The Ketchikan Centennial Building, constructed of native stone and red cedar shingles, overlooks Ketchikan Creek where Indian fish camps were located before the town developed. The Tongass Historical Society Museum exhibits Alaskan Indian artifacts and historic objects from pioneer days


Cruise Ship in Dock
Title:
Cruise Ship in Dock
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Dave Metcalf Ketchikan, Alaska, the salmon capital of the world is also an important center of lumbering in southeastern Alaska. Front Street, pictured here, faces the Tongass Narrows


Ingersoll Hotel
Title:
Ingersoll Hotel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
The Salmon Capital of the World



Nob Hill
Title:
Nob Hill
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Residences overlooking the Tongass Narrows


Birdseye View
Title:
Birdseye View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



The Fishing Fleet
Title:
The Fishing Fleet
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
The Fishing Fleet Scenes of this nature are quite common at numerous Alaskan ports, but very rarely does one get a glimpse of so many fishing boats at one time. Ketchikan is a popular port of fishermen on account of so many canneries being located there. It is said that there is more salmon canned in Ketchikan than in any other city in the world


Federal Building and Post Office
Title:
Federal Building and Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Federal Building and Post Office Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as is evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building



Ingersoll Hotel
Title:
Ingersoll Hotel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome PM 1966

Description:
Reggie Hibshman The Salmon Capital of the world


Annette Island Airport
Title:
Annette Island Airport
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
23 miles South of the town



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome

Description:
The salmon capital of the world is also an important center for lumbering in southeastern Alaska.Front Street faces the Tongass Narrows Mike Roberts


The Salmon Capital of the World
Title:
The Salmon Capital of the World
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan, Alaska, the salmon capital of the world is also an important center for lumbering in southeastern Alaska. Pictured here is the downtown area which faces the Tongass Narrows



Downtown Ketchikan
Title:
Downtown Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Downtown KETCHIKAN, ALASKA. Located along the Tongass Narrows in southeastern Alaska. Ketchikan is an important center for fishing and lumbering


Alaska's First City
Title:
Alaska's First City
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused



Air view of Ketchikan
Title:
Air view of Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Looking up the channel from Ketchikan
Title:
Looking up the channel from Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



View of Downtown
Title:
View of Downtown
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan, important port and fishing center, is the first community usually visited by tourists. It has the first pulp mill in Alaska


Night Scene
Title:
Night Scene
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused



Alaska's First City
Title:
Alaska's First City
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
R. Hibshman Along the waterfront from the Alaska Coastal Ellis Airlines' dock to the ferry landing on the Alaska Marine Highway


Busy boat harbor
Title:
Busy boat harbor
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Is known as the "Salmon Capital of the World." The busy boat harbor on Stedman Street affords the tourist a colorful scenic picture



View from the Waterfront
Title:
View from the Waterfront
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Aerial View of Ketchikan
Title:
Aerial View of Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This shows Ketchikan and the New Airport on the left. The trip from the airport to town by ferry is a very interesting experience for the traveler



View of Downtown
Title:
View of Downtown
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The salmon capital of the world is also an important center for lumbering in southeastern Alaska. Pictured here is the downtown area which faces the Tongass Narrows. Deer Mountain, elevation 3,000 feet, is in the background


Downtoan - Lumbering Center
Title:
Downtoan - Lumbering Center
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome

Description:
Ketchikan, Alaska, the salmon capital of the world is also an important center for lumbering in southeastern Alaska. Pictured here is the downtown area which faces the Tongass Narrows. Deer Mountain, elevation 3,000 feet, is in the background



The Tongass Narrows
Title:
The Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is the southernmost town in Alaska, and being the port of entry it is sometimes spoken of as the "first city."


Alaska Marine Highway
Title:
Alaska Marine Highway
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome PM 1967 Jul-7

Description:
Your floating freeway to Alaskan adventure; cruising the fabled Alaska inside passage. The Malaspina, Taku and Matanuska feature spacious observation lounges, restaurants, cocktail lounges, snack bars, reclining chairs and state rooms. The Malaspina is shown here in Tongass Narrows with Alaska's first city Ketchikan, in backround



Alaska's First City
Title:
Alaska's First City
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
R.Hibshman In front at the water's edge can be seen the air service terminal of Webber Air, Inc


Totem Poles and Residences of Haida Indians
Title:
Totem Poles and Residences of Haida Indians
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused



Air view of Ketchikan
Title:
Air view of Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Trolling Boats
Title:
Trolling Boats
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


City Park
Title:
City Park
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo



Thomas Basin
Title:
Thomas Basin
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Air View
Title:
Air View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Air View
Title:
Air View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Air View
Title:
Air View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Federal Building and Post Office
Title:
Federal Building and Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Dock Street
Title:
Dock Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Airview, Boat Parade
Title:
Airview, Boat Parade
ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1947 Aug-11



Trolling Boats
Title:
Trolling Boats
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1946


Scow Load of Salmon
Title:
Scow Load of Salmon
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
Just taken from Trap of Sunny Point Pkg. Co



Ketchihan Creek Falls and Fish Ladder
Title:
Ketchihan Creek Falls and Fish Ladder
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



View from Radio Tower
Title:
View from Radio Tower
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


"Alaska's First City"
Title:
"Alaska's First City"
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome PM 1964 Jun-4

Description:
View along the waterfront from the Alaska Coastal Ellis Airlines' dock to the ferry landing on the Alaska Marine Highway



Federal Building and Post Office
Title:
Federal Building and Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1949 Mar-4

Description:
Federal Building and Post Office Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as is evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building


Along the Waterfront from Newtown
Title:
Along the Waterfront from Newtown
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
The Albertype Co



Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows, Alaska
Title:
Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows, Alaska
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is the first port of call in Alaska for all steamers, and is the center of Alaska's fishing operations. It is known as the "Salmon Capital" of the world. There are eleven salmon canneries within the confines of the city Northwest Magazine Distributing Co


-But? It's a Ketchikan Halibut!
Title:
-But? It's a Ketchikan Halibut!
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5628 Ketchikan is gradually developing a fishing industry second to no place in the world. The gross tonnage of halibut shipments is yearly increasing. Should the question arise as to the actual size of the largest halibut caught, any Ketchikan citizen will say: -But! It's a Ketchikan Halibut!



Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan and Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4135 Pacific Novelty Co of San Francisco


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Series 309 “The first City in Alaska.”



Totem In Park
Title:
Totem In Park
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Title:
Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1946 Aug-20

Description:
Series 15344 Chief Johnson's totem is surmounted by the fabled bird Ka-juk. Below are two young birds of the same name. Still below is the eagle and the wolf



Dock Street
Title:
Dock Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Series 62753-C


Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
Federal Building And Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1949 Aug-02

Description:
Series C153 Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as is evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building



The Interior Of The Trading Post
Title:
The Interior Of The Trading Post
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 190416 Note the Postcard Racks Displaying Linen & Chrome cards. The interior of the Trading Post, Alaska's largest and most complete selection of genuine Alaska products and artifacts to be seen anywhere. Babe and Boots Adams will greet you with the most gracious Welcome you will find. At the stoplight corner, right downtown. If its from the Trading Post, its the best


Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border PM 1936 Jul-19

Description:
From July to September the run of salmon up Ketchikan Creek attracts thousands of sightseers. The waters teem with fish leaping and struggling to work their way up steam to the spawning grounds above the falls



First Port Of Entry Of Alaska
Title:
First Port Of Entry Of Alaska
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1926 Oct-00

Description:
Aug-1912



Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Along The Waterfront
Title:
Along The Waterfront
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Charcoal Point
Title:
Charcoal Point
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Dock Street
Title:
Dock Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1936 Mar-24



Looking South
Title:
Looking South
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


New England Fish Co.
Title:
New England Fish Co.
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1949 Aug-06



Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Salmon Running
Title:
Salmon Running
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Street Scene From Steamers Bridge
Title:
Street Scene From Steamers Bridge
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


The Gorge
Title:
The Gorge
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Totem Of Thtinget Chief Kian
Title:
Totem Of Thtinget Chief Kian
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Trolling Fleet
Title:
Trolling Fleet
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Winter Street Scene
Title:
Winter Street Scene
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan lies along the Tongass Narrows in southeastern Alaska. It is an important center for fishing and lumbering


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome PM 1998 Aug-22

Description:
Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island in Southeastern Alaska. The International Airport is on Gravina Island along the Tongass Narrows. The name Ketchikan is from a Tlingit word meaning Salmon Creek and the original location of an Indian fish camp



Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan, Alaska, the salmon capital of the world is also an important center for lumbering in southeastern Alaska. Front Street, pictured here, faces the Tongass Narrows.


Bustling Front Street In Busy Ketchikan
Title:
Bustling Front Street In Busy Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bustling Front Street in busy Ketchikan, where shopping is the game!



Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island in Southeastern Alaska. The International Airport is on Gravina Island along the Tongass Narrows. The name Ketchikan, from a Tlingit word meaning Salmon Creek, is the original location of an Indian fishing camp. Shown is a view looking South.


Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Scene On Ketchikan Creek
Title:
Scene On Ketchikan Creek
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1912 May-20


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



First Falls On Creek
Title:
First Falls On Creek
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1924 Aug-27


Fortman Hatchery
Title:
Fortman Hatchery
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Largest Salmon hatchery in the world



Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM Jun-26


Ketchikan Looking South
Title:
Ketchikan Looking South
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Ryus Drug Co.,



Totem Of Chief Totem Kian
Title:
Totem Of Chief Totem Kian
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Halibut In Cold Storage
Title:
Halibut In Cold Storage
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1914 Jun-11

Description:
Halibut in Cold Storage at the New England Fish Co's Plant. Ketchikan, Alaska.



Ketchikan Vs. Anyox
Title:
Ketchikan Vs. Anyox
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
"Ketchikan" Vs. "Anyox" Ketchikan, Alaska. July 4.


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Ketchikan, proudly termed by the residents as the "First City in Alaska," is situated on the Shores of togas Narrows, a distance of 660 miles from Seattle. Originally located as a cannery site, the city now has a population of 2,000 due to the development of the fishing and mining industries.



Residences Ketchikan
Title:
Residences Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Salmon Cannery And Cold Storage Plant
Title:
Salmon Cannery And Cold Storage Plant
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Indian House And Totem Pole
Title:
Indian House And Totem Pole
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-15


Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
From July to September the run of salmon up Ketchikan Creek attracts thousand of sightseers. The waters teem with fish leaping and struggling to work their way up stream to the spawning grounds above the falls



Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Title:
Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border PM 1924 Jul-27

Description:
Chief Johnson's totem is surmounted by the fabled bird Ka-juk. Below are tow young birds of the same name. Still below is the eagle and the wolf


Ketchikan Harbor
Title:
Ketchikan Harbor
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1907



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1940 Apr-01


The Water Front
Title:
The Water Front
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Ketchikan is probably the largest and wealthiest city in Alaska. It population is estimated at 6,000, and it has an assessed valuation of approximately $7,000,000. It is often termed the gateway city of Alaska on account of being the first port of call in Alaska.



Alaska Totems
Title:
Alaska Totems
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1949 Aug-09



Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
The first city in Alaska



Fishing Fleet and Deer Mt
Title:
Fishing Fleet and Deer Mt
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
THE FISHING FLEET. Scenes of this nature are quite common at numerous Alaskan ports. but very rarely does one get a glimpose so many finishing boats at one time .Ketchikan is a popular port of fishermen on accouint of so many oanneries bering located there. It is said that there is more salmpn canned in Ketchikan than in any other oity in the world


Ketchikan Park
Title:
Ketchikan Park
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
KETCHIN PARK. This beautiful park has a natural srtting on Ketchkan Creek and no visitor ever misses seeing it



Ketchikan, Tonagass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan, Tonagass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
KETCHIKAN, ALASKA.Ketchikan is probably the largest and weathiest city in Alaska .Its population is estimated at 6,000 and it has an assessed valuation of approximately $7,000,000. It is often termed the gateway city of Alaska on account of being the first port of call in Alaska.


View Down Tongass Narrows
Title:
View Down Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1931



Ketchikan, Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan, Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
KETCHIKAN ,Ketchikan is the southernmost town in Alaska and being the port of entry it is sometings spoken of as the "first city" .It is probably the most prosperous town in Alaska , for salmon and halibut have made it rich and given it large canneries and cold storage plants ,. It has a population of about 6,000.


The Raven Flood Totem
Title:
The Raven Flood Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
THE RAVEN FLOOD TOTEM .The raven cicle at the top represents heaven.The leagend is that the raven at flood time flew up to heaven eith children in this arms to save them.When the flood subsided ,he descended (two figures from top) and lighted on a piece of Kept ,represented here by a frog.



Chief Johnson's Totem and Residence
Title:
Chief Johnson's Totem and Residence
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen

Description:
CHIEF JOHNSON,S TOTEM AND RESDENCE


Indian Totem In Ketchikan
Title:
Indian Totem In Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Totem Poles
Title:
Totem Poles
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Ketchikan
Title:
Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1939



Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
Federal Building And Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as a evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building


Totem Poles And Residence Of Haida Indians
Title:
Totem Poles And Residence Of Haida Indians
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen PM 1929



The Raven Flood Totem
Title:
The Raven Flood Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
The raven circle at the top represents heaven. The legend is that the raven at flood time flew up to heaven with children in his arms to save them. When the flood subsided, he descended (Two figures from top) and lighted on a piece of Kelp, represented here by a frog.


Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is the southernmost town in Alaska, and being the port of entry it is sometimes spoken of as the "first city." It is probably the most prosperous town in Alaska, for salmon and halibut have made it rich and give it large canneries and cold storage plants. It has a population of about 6,000.



Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
From July to September the run of salmon up Ketchikan Creek attracts thousands of sightseers. The waters teem with fish leaping and struggling to work their way up stream to the spawning grounds above the falls


Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
Federal Building And Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as is evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building



Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
From July to September the run o salmon up Ketchikan Creek Attracts thousands of sightseers. The waters teem with fish leaping and struggling to work their way up stream to the spawning grounds above the falls


Salmon Leaping Falls
Title:
Salmon Leaping Falls
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
From July to September the run of salmon up Ketchikan Creek attracts thousands of sightseers. The waters teem with fish leaping and struggling to work their way up stream to the spawning grounds above the falls



Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Title:
Chief Johnson's Totem And Residence
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Chief Johnson's totem is surmounted by the fabled bird Ka-juk. Below are two young birds of the same name. Still below is the eagle and the wolf


Ketchikan vs Anyox - Baseball Game July 4th
Title:
Ketchikan vs Anyox - Baseball Game July 4th
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo

Description:
This rare card was used as part of the production process by the Edward H. Mitchell company to make lithograph postcards. It may have shading, embossed text or other artifacts on the front.



President Harding visiting Alaska
Title:
President Harding visiting Alaska
Ketchican Alaska (AK), Chrome


Ketchikan Air Terminal
Title:
Ketchikan Air Terminal
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused



Totem Pole
Title:
Totem Pole
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-15

Description:
Series 1989 Indian Cemetery


The Fishing Fleet
Title:
The Fishing Fleet
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Series C113 Scenes of this nature are quite common at numerous Alaskan ports, but very rarely does one get a glimpse of so many fishing boats at one time. Ketchikan is a popular port of fishermen on account of so many canneries being located there. It is said that there is more salmon canned in Ketchikan than in any other city in the world.



Pulp Mills
Title:
Pulp Mills
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Series C9823
Pulp Mills in Alaska, supplants Mining of early century and Fishing of recent times in annual income. This new modern $65,000,000 Pulp Plant is at Ketchikan


1913 Ketchikan In January
Title:
1913 Ketchikan In January
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



1921 87lb King Salmon
Title:
1921 87lb King Salmon
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
This salmon was sold to H. R. Thompson at Ketchikan Alaska Caught by Con E. Giebel Tree Point S.E. Alaska


47 Inch Pipe Line Of C. L. P. & W. Co.
Title:
47 Inch Pipe Line Of C. L. P. & W. Co.
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Casper Mather Tsimpean Totem Carver For The Trading Past
Title:
Casper Mather Tsimpean Totem Carver For The Trading Past
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Falls On Ketchikan Creek
Title:
Falls On Ketchikan Creek
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Fidalgo Island Pkg Co.
Title:
Fidalgo Island Pkg Co.
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Girls In 50 Yd Race July 4,1913
Title:
Girls In 50 Yd Race July 4,1913
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Rare Warren Harding Patriotic
Title:
Rare Warren Harding Patriotic
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


S. S. Furrcao
Title:
S. S. Furrcao
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
S. S. Furrcao At Ketchikan Alaska Sept 14 – 1914 Just raised after being under Water Over a year



Street Scene Old Cars
Title:
Street Scene Old Cars
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Tourists Watching Salmon Run Up Creek
Title:
Tourists Watching Salmon Run Up Creek
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Unloading Scowload Of Salmon For Sunny Point Cannery
Title:
Unloading Scowload Of Salmon For Sunny Point Cannery
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Watching Juvenile Sports Mission
Title:
Watching Juvenile Sports Mission
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
July 14 1913



Wright Whales At Port Harbor
Title:
Wright Whales At Port Harbor
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Bird's Eye View
Title:
Bird's Eye View
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



The Totem Heritage Center
Title:
The Totem Heritage Center
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Totem Heritage Center, in Ketchikan, Alaska, houses original, unrestored totem poles retrieved from deserted Tlingit and Haida Indian villages of Southeastern Alaska. Tours, films, workshops and classes are offered to increase knowledge and appreciation for the art and culture of the original inhabitants of the Northwest Coast.


Fort Street
Title:
Fort Street
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
October 5, 1905.



Totem
Title:
Totem
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Totem poles have legendary, historic, and tribal meaning. Father Hubbard Alaskan Views.


A Glimpse Of Ketchikan Alaska And Deer Mountain
Title:
A Glimpse Of Ketchikan Alaska And Deer Mountain
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Revilla Hotel
Title:
Revilla Hotel
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1916 Mar-31

Description:
"Only Three Stories but its all comfort."


The Steadman
Title:
The Steadman
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused

Description:
Alaska's Famous Hotel At Ketchikan



Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
Federal Building And Post Office
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is probably the most prosperous city in Alaska. It is rapidly being modernized as is evidenced by their new up to the minute Federal Building


The Fishing Fleet
Title:
The Fishing Fleet
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Scenes of this nature are quite common at numerous Alaskan ports, but very rarely does one get a glimpse of so many fishing boats at one time. Ketchikan is a popular port of fisherman on account of so many canneries being located there. It is said that there is more salmon canned in Ketchikan than in any other city in the world.



Totem Pole of Thliget Chief Kian
Title:
Totem Pole of Thliget Chief Kian
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
TOTEM POLO OF THLINGET CHIEF KIAN One of the most noted of the Totem Poles of Ketchikan is the famous Totem Polo of Chief Kian.It is surmounted by the fable bird Kajuk.Below this bird is an eagle and below the eagle is the wolf


1989 Totem Pole Indian Cemetery
Title:
1989 Totem Pole Indian Cemetery
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Title:
Ketchikan And Tongass Narrows
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), Linen unused

Description:
Ketchikan is the first port of cal in Alaska for all steamers, and is the center of Alaska's fishing operations. It is known as the "Salmon Capital" of the world. There are eleven salmon canneries within the confiners of the city.


Areial View of Ketchikan
Title:
Areial View of Ketchikan
Ketchikan Alaska (AK), White Border unused

Description:
Ketchikan, proudly termed by the residents as the "First City in Alaska," is situated on the shores of Tongass Narrows, a distance of 660 miles from Seattle. Originally located as a cannery site, the city now has a population of 2,000 due to the development of the fishing and mining industries.





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