Album, now dismantled, containing photographs documenting the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-1898. Views record Klondikers ascending the Chilkoot Pass, their equipment, supplies, teams, modes of transportation, camp grounds, hiking trails and river travel. Views include scenes along the Klondike route from Vancouver, British Columbia to Dawson City, Yukon Territory, showing Stikine River, White Pass, Chilkoot Pass, Bounds Trail, Lake Bennett, the Yukon River, White Horse Rapids, and a view of Mt. Hood by moonlight. Subjects inlude Hilkat Indians of Alaska; Muir Glacier, Alaska, panning for gold; Klondikers on the trail; boat building at Bennett Lake; whip-sawing lumber; Northwest Police at Dawson City, Y.T.; the flood of 1898 at Dawson City, Y.T. etc. Photographs by E.A. Hegg, Skagway, Alaska; La Roche, Seattle, Washington; Edwards Bros., Vancouver, B.C.