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Journal of a brief trip to the South of France in Jan 1860
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Looking down Snake River from Nome. Boat hotel; Looking up Snake River; Looking across Snake River to "Spit". Nome this side; Looking east down Snake River, "Spit" on the right.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street; Boat hotel in Snake River. Taken at Nome, midnight June 21, 1900; Ships before Nome. There is no harbor, all supplies coming ashore on lighters. 1 to 1½  miles out; Beach and sea.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Transportation, pack horses; Beach scene, dog team. Another method of transportation; Expressman. Frank's camp, distant mountain; Man-power, dog team.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street, after storm, where houses were carried across street by surf; Wrecks in front of Nome; Pumping plant, before and after storm; Frank's camp near windmill.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Esquimaux kids watching bags of flour; Esquimaux skin-boats pushing off from shore; Esquimaux skin-boat. Contrast with ships in distance; Esquimaux skin-boat; Esquimaux kids at play.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Barge "Skookum" beached by Sept. storm. The Skookum carried one and one half million feet of lumber, over six hundred head of livestock, and a lot of passengers, to Nome; In front of Nome, after storm. Skookum in distance. Sept. 1900; Rear of Front Street, Nome after Sept. storm of 1900, the same lighter, on beach, appears in these three pictures (?); Remains of gasolene plant, Sept. 1900.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Torn up by miners; Gasolene plant, made money. Beach before washing; Carrying sand to partner, who is rocking; All the comforts of home.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: On the Spit, after storm, smaller wreck protected by larger; This schooner was driven ashore, June 1900. Also smaller boats at right. Note guy ropes to shore, June storm 1900; Lighter washed up by storm. Wrecked lumber pile; tug cast ashore in Sept. storm. The lighter coming in is the only one that outrode gale, being held by anchored steamer, three miles out. About 100 lighters got away.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Wrecks of steamer and dredge building on beach, when crushed together by September storm; After Sept. storm, lumber, boats, small tents, "cold feet"; Remains of a plant after a bout with Bering Sea; This schooner driven ashore, lumber piles, etc.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Dutch Harbor (?), men near boulder, at right; Olympia approaching Nome, the disembarking; Unloading on beach at Nome. Loaded lighter in distance; Crowded to water's edge.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: The old world from the new; Bering Sea and Siberia, from Nome, Alaska; Across Bering Sea on an especially clear day, Siberia can be faintly seen (once or twice during summer); Effects of storm, "cold feet", going home, boarding of lighter for ship, Sept. 1900; "I'll leave my happy Nome for you".
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Sod house, edge of tundra near Nome; Plants on beach, long pipe, engine; Wave; Two women miners on beach at Nome, Summer 1900. One in pit shovelling.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Cemetery at Nome. Two men digging grave. Found ice at 10 inches below surface; Anvil Rock, from which Anvil Creek was named. The Anvil is perhaps 20 ft. high, 15 ft. wide, 30 ft. long; Near Discovery Claim, looking south-west. Placer Claim, No. 1, Anvil Creek, 6 miles from Nome. Where gold was first discovered. Rich Claim, noted.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Unloading on beach; Unloading on beach; Frank's first camp, with Frank at left of crowd in middle distance. Waiting for supplies. Miner "panning" in front.  Tent, stove, box, etc. Camp going up; "We" & Idaho men.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Nearest smoke is Frank's camp; Frank's camp, large tent 34 ft. long, "Tired" miner with shovel and pan at company's well, on tundra; Frank's camp; Frank's camp and sluice; Frank's sluice, looking toward sand.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Dog team; Dog team; Push-cart for transporting the "ruby sand".  Man "rocking" on beach. Distant Mts, tents; Transportation. Only engine (locomotive) at Nome, Summer, 1900.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Dutch Harbor, taken from old Russian military cemetery looking north to two settlements, one back of hills.  Large flat-bottomed boat being built for Yukon River; Dutch Harbor; Dutch Harbor. Olympia and other ships taking water and supplies. Olympia could not get through ice 600 miles north and had to put back here for water; Dutch Harbor (?) view.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street, Nome.  Parallel with beach and 2 or 3 miles long; Midnight. June 21, 1900. Nome street; Street scene - Front; Nome mud. After the thaw began horses would sink to the body in mud. Shows beginning of plank road, 1900.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: For theft of this totem pole the Seattle govt. had to pay over $5000.00 damage to the Natives, totem pole; Seattle looking toward Puget Sound. Land in distance is peninsula between sound and ocean, showing wharf from which Frank sailed on Olympia to Nome - May 23, 1900; Seattle Harbor, as above; Distant boat starting for Nome. Frank's boat, the Olympia, near pier.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Reflections in mud, Front St.; Nome street, Front; Temporary barracks; Another view of barracks.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Sluice; Boats and dredge building on beach. Washed away by Sept. storm; Hand machine for washing sand; Esquimaux.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Beach torn up by miners, 4 miles from Nome; "One of the patent machines"; Two men who made thousands with their plant; Sluice,"There were others".
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Boat in trough of sea. Olympia's hold; Ice floating in Behring Sea; Iceberg; Deck of Olympia
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Seattle, looking toward harbor and wharves; Seattle, combination car; Seattle, cable [bob car] for up hill; Seattle, car starting up grade.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Pomeroy, Muzzy, Friedel, Buckingham, Downs.  On the Olympia, Behring Sea. May 1900; Horses on the Olympia; Same old crowd; A wave. Cattle on the Olympia.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Esquimaux camp, Buckingham on right, note open mouth near left; Same group, man with fish; Esquimaux woman hustling child so it will not be photographed (superstitious). Fish drying on poles in the rear; Esquimaux camp.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Frank's sluice looking toward sea; Tent and logs, windmill etc. Frank was near here; Interior of camp, looking East toward bunks of Friedel, Muzzy, and Pomeroy; Interior of camp looking West, toward Buckingham and Downs' cots. Frank's home-made bread just from oven, on table.
Kinney, 1899: Shore of Mount Desert, Atlantic Ocean; Shore of Mt. Desert, F.E.D.M. as Robinson Crusoe, Cathedral Rocks, Islesford lies a few miles away; Day's trip on steamer from Islesford.
Two pages sent by Mrs. Sara T. Kinney from New Haven, after her trip in Holland, and to the Paris Exposition, 1900: Canal, Leiden, Germany; Vineyards opposite Bingen on the Rhine; From Delft to Rotterdam; The wood at the Haag; Scheveningen, Holland.
Diary entries : March 15, 1919: trip from Paris to Nice, France
Clipping  from "Harper' Weekly" of July 2, 1870, Red Stockings, on their East Coast trip, are defeated for the time by Atlantics 8-7
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Twas a sad trip coming back
Trip around the town
DINNER [TRIP OF PRESIDENT MC KINLEY TO PATERSON FOR FUNERAL OF VICE PRESIDENT HOBART] [held by] PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DINING CARS [at] [EN ROUTE TO PATERSON] (RR;)
He took a little trip across the bay
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
The daily trip between Ouray and Red Mountain, Colorado.
BANQUET TO CAPTAIN W. SKJODT ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 100TH TRIP AS COMMANDER OF THE STEAMSHIP ISLAND [held by] ? [at] ?
TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA AND 244TH REGULAR DINNER [held by] THIRTEEN CLUB [at] EN ROUTE: SPECIAL TRAIN (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, LUNCHRON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "CHATTANOOGA, TN" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "BIRMINGHAM, AL" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, LUNCHEON; [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE ATLANTA - BIRMINGHAM (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] ATLANTA (RR;)
BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "EN ROUTE, KNOXVILLE, TN" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, DINNER [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "CHATTANOOGA, TN" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, LUNCHEON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE WASHINGTON-ATLANTA (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, DINNER; [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "BIRMINGHAM, AL" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, DINNER [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE WASHINGTON-ATLANTA (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE WASHINGTON-ATLANTA (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP - DINER [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY [at] "EN ROUTE, GREENSBORO - WASHINGTON" (RR;)
REUNION DINNER OF UNION LEAGUE PARTY WHO TOOK A TRIP TO MEXICO [held by] UNION LEAGUE CLUB [at] "SAN FRANCISCO, CA" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB?);)
INSPECTION TRIP - LUNCHEON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY [at] "EN ROUTE, DANVILLE - WASHINGTON" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP - BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY [at] "EN ROUTE, SALISBURY, NC" (RR;)
DINNER [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "EN ROUTE, KNOXVILLE-SALISBURY" (RR;)
LUNCHEON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "EN ROUTE, KNOXVILLE-SALISBURY" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP - BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY [at] "EN ROUTE, DANVILLE, VA" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP - LUNCHEON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY [at] "EN ROUTE, GREENSBORO, NC" (RR;)
WASHINGTON TRIP [held by] THIRTEEN CLUB [at] "NATIONAL HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)
TRIP TO JAMESTOWN, VA FOR HOTEL MEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA [held by] MARYLAND HOTEL MEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] S.S. GEORGIA (SS;)
TRIP TO JAMESTOWN, VA[ FOR HOTEL MEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA] [held by] MARYLAND HOTEL MEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] S.S. GEORGIA (SS;)
BREAKFAST DURING TRIP TO GERMANIC MUSEUM,CAMBRIDGE,MASS; [held by] NATIONAL GERMAN-AMERICAN ALLIANCE [at] "ON BOARD,STEAMER PURITAN[FALL RIVER LINE]" (SS;)
Father and some of the old crowd, on a blueberry trip.
Trip to New Mexico, D. & R.G. R.R., U.S.A.
Vessels ready for a trip to the West, tow from Black Rock.
Trip Hammer Fall, Fall Creek. New York Sterecope Card.
Trip hammers, steel works, Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A.
The Minnesota dog team on transcontinental trip, Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.
Six-horse tally-ho leaving mountain walled Gardiner for trip through Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Six-horse tally-ho leaving mountain walled Gardiner for trip through Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Six-horse tally-ho leaving mountain walled Gardiner for trip through Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Six-horse tally-ho leaving mountain walled Gardiner for trip through Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Six-horse tally-ho leaving mountain walled Gardiner for trip through Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Journal of a brief trip to the South of France in Jan 1860
Clipping  from "Harper' Weekly" of July 2, 1870, Red Stockings, on their East Coast trip, are defeated for the time by Atlantics 8-7
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Pretty little maidens' sea trip
Twas a sad trip coming back
Trip around the town
DINNER [TRIP OF PRESIDENT MC KINLEY TO PATERSON FOR FUNERAL OF VICE PRESIDENT HOBART] [held by] PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DINING CARS [at] [EN ROUTE TO PATERSON] (RR;)
He took a little trip across the bay
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
Our trip to the mines, Ouray, Col., U.S.A.
The daily trip between Ouray and Red Mountain, Colorado.
BANQUET TO CAPTAIN W. SKJODT ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 100TH TRIP AS COMMANDER OF THE STEAMSHIP ISLAND [held by] ? [at] ?
TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA AND 244TH REGULAR DINNER [held by] THIRTEEN CLUB [at] EN ROUTE: SPECIAL TRAIN (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, LUNCHEON [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE WASHINGTON-ATLANTA (RR;)
BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] "EN ROUTE, KNOXVILLE, TN" (RR;)
INSPECTION TRIP, BREAKFAST [held by] SOUTHERN RAILWAY INSPECTION TRIP [at] EN ROUTE WASHINGTON-ATLANTA (RR;)
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