[TWO LARGE, ATTRACTIVE ALASKAN IMAGES BY EARLY 20th-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHERS CASE & DRAPER].

Juneau; White Pass. [ca. 1907]. Two photographs, each approximately 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. Slight wear at edges. Captioned in negative. Very good. Item #WRCAM54628

Two attractive original photographs by noted Skagway photography firm Case & Draper. William Case and Horace Draper followed the excitement of the Klondike Gold Rush and went North in 1898. They stayed and worked in partnership from a studio in Skagway until 1907- 1908. The first of these photos depicts three armed men on a hillside at Whtie PAss, Alaska, with two large mountain goats strung up after a hunt. The second is a captivating landscape of Juneau and the Gastineau Channel, with the town of Douglas in the distance. Impressive examples from these significant Alaskan photographers.

Price: $600.00