Juneau History Galleries Juneau Then and Now SS City of Seattle 1907. W. H. Case Photo, P226-619 Alaska State Library William R. Norton Photo Collection.2010 – Juneau waterfront looking west, similar to 1907 view of City of Seattle steamship. Steve Winker Photo.Main Street 1885. Schmitz Collection of Photographs by J.C. Haines. JDCM 2007.29.019.Main Street 2015, similar vantage point to 1885 photo. Steve Winker Photo.Front St. from Seward St. looking to Main St. Juneau, Alaska, ca. 1910. P87-0958 Alaska State Library Winter and Pond Photo Collection .2016 view along Front Street from Seward to Main Street. Steve Winker Photo.June 1956. Channel Lines bus crash into Rusher’s Juneau-Young Hardware store Front and Seward Streets. P533-1-2 Alaska State Library Brian Wallace Photo Collection.2018 – Front and Seward Streets, similar view to 1956 bus crash scene. Steve Winker Photo.Log cabin Presbyterian church, corner of 3rd and Main Streets, ca. 1897. Frank La Roche Photograph Collection. PH Coll 283, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, LAR161.2009 – Corner of 3rd & Main from a vantage point similar to the 1897 log cabin church photo. Steve Winker Photo.Oddfellows Building, 2nd and Franklin Streets, Odd Fellows Silver Bow Lodge No. 2, ca. 1904. Note U.S. Customs office in the corner facing the streets. P87-2839. Alaska State Library Winter and Pond Photo Collection.2015 view of the Corner of 2nd & Franklin Street. Steve Winker Photo.1900 view looking across 3rd Street from above Gold Street. Federal court house on hill in distance. Frank H. Nowell photo. P44-03-022 Alaska State Library Skinner Foundation Photo Collection.View above 3rd & Gold street, 2005. Steve Winker photo.St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox church, rear view. P22-033 Alaska State Library Michael Z. Vinokouroff Photo Collection.2018 – back of St. Nicholas Church from a similar vantage point to 1890s photo. Steve Winker Photo.Interior Russian Church, Juneau, Alaska. Winter and Pond Photo, P243-2-0333 Alaska State Library Michael Z. Vinokouroff Photo Collection.Interior of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church 2019. Steve Winker Photo.South Franklin Street looking north, ca. 1920s.South Franklin St. ca 2018. Steve Winker photo.Landslide on South Franklin Street by Juneau Cold Storage, November 22, 1936, Trevor Davis photo, P109-45 Alaska State Library Katherine Shaw Photo Collection.300 block South Franklin Street, Juneau -looking south, vacant lot was the old Juneau Cold Storage plant site, 10-29-2020, Rich Mattson photo.Crystal Steam Bath, later Scandinavian Hotel- South Franklin Street, [ca. 1940s?]. PCA-495-014 Alaska State Library Fagerson, Williams, Spartz Photograph Collection.2012 – South Franklin street view looking south to old AJ mine area (wooded) – similar to 1940s view – the Tanzanite building was the old Crystal Baths building. Steve Winker Photo.Fisheries dock below AJ mill, possibly 1930s.2018 – Juneau waterfront, similar view to 1930s view of fishing boats. The snow line on the hill above the dock highlights the top of fill line below the mill in the historic photo. Steve Winker Photo.AJ mine rock dump, Douglas and Treadwell in distance on Douglas Is., early1930’s view. J. Silva photo, P01-2036 Juneau-Vicinity-AJ-Gold-Mine-Mill-Waterfront-1920-08 Alaska State Library Photo Collection.Juneau rock dump industrial area and AJ dock, Douglas across Gastineau Channel, 2017, view from Mt. Roberts tram. Steve Winker Photo.1952 lower Gold Creek flood showing ballpark washout, view from 9th Street bridge. P127-1102 Alaska State Library Captain Lloyd H. (Kinky) Bayers Photo Collection.2017 – 9th St. bridge view along Gold Creek similar to 1952 flood scene. Steve Winker Photo.Juneau air field with U.S. Army Air Corps Martin B-10 bombers, 1937. P97-0773 Alaska State Library Trevor M. Davis Photo Collection.2019 – Juneau airport, view of visiting U.S. Air Force Boeing KC-135-stratotanker from a similar vantage point to 1937 photo. Steve Winker Photo.Douglas Alaska wharf and waterfront, ca. 1917. P276-013 Alaska State Library Gerold E. Luebben Photo Collection.Douglas AK view from boat harbor breakwater looking towards center of town. 10-13-2020, Rich Mattson Photo.Douglas School, Alaska. Alaska State Library Place File, P01-2092.Mt. Jumbo school, Douglas AK – built in 1937 to replace original school destroyed in fire of February 1937. 10-13-2020 Rich Mattson photoDouglas street scene – tinted postcard, ca. 1900. P145-24-2 Alaska State Library, Eirc A. Hegg Photo Collection.Douglas, AK Front and D Streets looking east. 10-13-2020, Rich Mattson photo.(James’) sawmill, Douglas; Mt. Juneau and Juneau at its base in background, 1899. P32-090 Alaska State Library, Wm. L. Whitaker Photo Collection.Savikko Park ballfield looking towards Front Street area, similar view to one showing James sawmill, ca. 1890’s. 10-1-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Treadwell mine superintendent’s residence, ca. 1898. P01-1731 Alaska State Library Winter & Pond Photo Collection.Site of the Treadwell mine superintendent’s house,10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Treadwell Alaska. July 4th 1908, showing hose competition at plaza. W.H. Case photo, P226-305 Alaska State Library William Norton Photo Collection.Treadwell plaza area, scene of 4th of July celebrations during the mining days. 10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photoTreadwell, Alaska July 4, 1908, crowd viewing events from assay office area. W. H. Case photo, P40-32 Alaska State Library Juliane Nick Dexter Photograph Collection.Treadwell assay office location, concrete pillar the only remains. It was the foundation for a very sensitive scale used in assays. Rich Mattson photo,10-13-2020.Treadwell offices in new building, ca. 1914-15. P75-416 Alaska State Library Paul Sincic Photo Collection.Inside the Treadwell new office building, similar view to 1914 pivture, 10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Treadwell Mine. 240 Stamp Mill. Battery Floor. Case & Draper photo, P226-324 Alaska State Library William Norton Photo Collection.Treadwell 240 stamp mill foundations, 10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Treadwell 240 hydraulic power plant inside showing generators. It was built onto the 240 stamp mill, with some stamp batteries visible in the back (the long rods are part of them). Photo courtesy of Alaska Electric Light & Power Co.2017 – old generator in ruins of the Treadwell 240 power house site. The 240 stamp mill would have been in the back and to the left. Steve Winker Photo.Treadwell Club, ca. 1912 (?) P39-0888 Alaska State Library Case and Draper Photo Collection.Treadwell Club pilings – 2015 view from a similiar vantage point of the 1912 Case & Draper photo. It is situated next to the Treadwell mine cave-in site (inlet of water just beyond the pilings). Steve Winker Photo1908 The Treadwell Express- note the signal stand behind the person on the left and the double rail. The building on the right may be the Labor Union Hall at Treadwell. W.H. Case photo, P226-334 Alaska State Library William R. Norton Photo Collection.2020 – Treadwell area ruins – tracks and signal stand are the same as in the 1908 “Treadwell Express” photo. Steve Winker Photo.Covered bridge, Mendenhall Back Loop Road, [ca. 1949-50]. P421-374. Alaska State Library Dora M. Sweeney Photo Collection.Mendenhall back loop bridge, 10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photo1000 yd. rifle range on west side of Mendenhall Lake, ca. 1930’s. Winter & Pond photo, P01-1889. Alaska State Library Photo Collection.West Glacier trailhead, Mendenhall Glacier area, 10-8-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Sherwood Dairy field by Mendenhall River and Glacier Highway. P421-375 Alaska State Library Dora M. Sweeney Photo Collection.Brotherhood Bridge park area and walking trail, Mendenhall Glacier in distance, 10-13-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Glacier Loop Road [Montana Creek bridge looking towards Mendenhall Glacier]. P295-152 Alaska State Library John Brillhart Photo Collection.Montana Creek bridge on back loop road looking towards Mendenhall Glacier. 10-13-2020, Rich Mattson photo.Verso: Auk Bay Cannery circa 1920. Juneau-Vicinity-Auke Bay-Tee Harbor-05 P01-2339 Alaska State Library Photo Collection.Auke Bay harbor, former site of Auk Bay Packing Co. cannery from 1920’s, 10-10-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Auke Nu Cove looking towards Auke Bay harbor. Pile driver starting work on new ferry terminal, 10-4-1962. Juneau-Vicinity-Auke Bay-Tee Harbor-10 Alaska State Library Photo Collection.Auke Nu Cove with commercial dock, Alaska Glacier Seafood plant and ferry terminal alongside Glacier Highway, 10-10-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Aa’w Kwaan village, Auke Bay, ca. 1888. P226-206 Alaska State Library William Norton Photo Collection.Auke Bay Recreation Area, site of Áa’w Kwaan village, Yax-te (Big Dipper) totem pole in back, 10-10-2020. Rich Mattson photoAmalga trail bridge over Eagle River, ca. late 1940s. Sam Rubley, M.D. photo, Jim Geraghty Collection.Eagle River – old Amalga trail footbridge pilings, 10-10-2020. Rich Mattson photo.Eagle River tram line in Eagle River valley, ca. 1910. Winter & Pond photo, P01-0501 Alaska State Library Photo Collection.Old Amalga horse tram bridge over slough in Eagle River valley, July 2016. Brian Weed photo, courtesy of Juneau’s Hidden History.