The fonds consists of copy prints of photographs taken by Chooutla (Carcross) Residential School teacher A. Richard King of his students and their school life in and around Carcross, Yukon. Subjects include Mr. King, Principal Lawson, Vice-Principal Walters, supervisors Miss Fennell, Miss Barstow and Beverly Bear, the school, tobogganing, and games and activities during Winter Carnival Days and Sports Day. Also included are images of the Matthew Watson General Store and tourists waiting to board the White Pass and Yukon Route (WP&YR) train at the Carcross station. Many of the students in the photographs are identified including Helen Malcolm, Dorothy Johnnie, Judy Hager, Vivian Smith, Velma Silas, Ben Johnson, Nancy Tizya, Virginia Simon and Ann Smith.
The fonds consists of reproductions of photographs taken by the Aitken family who travelled to the Yukon during the Gold Rush. The photographs include scenes of streets and buildings in Dawson City, Grand Forks, Bonanza and Skagway, Alaska, totem poles in Wrangell and Sitka, Alaska, the "White Horse" sternwheeler and dredging operation on the Yukon River, and scenes of Glacier, British Columbia.
Fonds consists of photographs of the sternwheeler Yukoner in dry-dock in the shipyards, the sternwheeler Klondike moored at the wharf in Whitehorse, Sam McGee's cabin, a canoe at the side of the cabin, a Royal Mail wagon, the log skyscraper and the Brockville home of Major James Walsh, the first Commissioner of the Yukon Territory.
The fonds consists of textual records, photographs and a recording, created or collected by Alan Innes-Taylor. The majority of the textual records (ca. 1890-1974) include personal correspondence; survival notes and lectures; Byrd expedition records; Vilhjalmur Stefansson correspondence and reports; Belmore Brown correspondence and reports; and an alphabetical death register from the Klondike area (accession 95/32 in-process). Also included are copies of maps, catalogues of Innes-Taylor's library, manuscripts on Yukon history and a script of a play. The photographs consist of 159 black and white and colour prints from an album compiled by Innes-Taylor, who, between the years 1964 and 1969, attempted to visually record what he considered to be the locations of some the territorial historic sites. The cost of the project was assumed by the Cassier Asbestos Corporation. Subjects include Bonanza and Hunker creeks; the site at Fort Francis; the restored Fort Yukon; Dalton Post; historic plaques; First Nations villages; cemeteries, gravesites and markers in Aishihik, Bennett, Carcross, Dawson City, Tagish, etc.; log cabins in various locations; and dredges, churches and old abandoned machinery along the creeks. Another accession includes a single image of a moose in water. The sound recording is Innes-Taylor reading an article from the Klondike Nugget, July 2, 1902, describing the newly installed organ in the Dawson City Presbyterian Church.
The fonds primarily consists of black and white photographs taken by Barnes, of scenes along the Alaska Highway, and in Dawson City and Whitehorse during the 1940s. One series of photographs includes captions by Barnes; another series consists of small snapshot albums containing photographs taken along the Alaska Highway between northern British Columbia and the Alaska border, with several of the Teslin area. Other images include buildings, planes, vehicles, sternwheelers, First Nations cemetery and crafts, a giant mosquito and various individuals. There are also photographs of events at Dawson City: parades; a gathering of the Yukon Order of Pioneers (YOOP) in Dawson City; a Governor-General's visit to Dawson City; Charles Barnes and his home and offices in Dawson City. There are also 30 postcards included in the fonds, one addressed to Barnes' mother. The fonds is arranged in four series : Postcards; Captioned photographs; Photographs from Snapshot Booklets; Assorted photographs. Included with the fonds is an identification key for 28 of the photographs.
The collection consists of 10 pieces of artwork by Albert Fuhre depicting various locations in Dawson City and Whitehorse, Yukon and Atlin and Bennet, British Columbia. Also included are two envelopes containing the artwork.
This collection consists of 3 b&w photographs of the first Grand Ball of the Dawson L.O.O.M. No. 1393 in the Arctic Brotherhood Hall February 1914; a fire in Dawson City, Yukon February 1917; and a group on the Midnight Dome June 21, 1918. Also included are photocopies of the photos indicating Mrs. Knottner's mother, father and sisters.
The fonds consist of 24 -7 x 10cm b&w photographs taken with a "620" format camera, such as a Kodak Brownie, and contact printed. The photographs were glued on to black construction paper pages from a photograph album. The subject matter consists of the White Pass & Yukon Railway, scenic views of the Yukon River, including Five Finger Rapids, close views of the British Yukon Navigation Company gasoline powered launch, the "Loon", a dog team with a freighting style toboggan, and a log cabin and some bush camp scenes. There are also several views of what appears to be a salvage operation on the frozen Yukon River of the Sternwheeler Dawson which sunk in Rink Rapids Oct. 12, 1926.