View of Front St. looking north from Princess St.,with several banners in evidence, and pedestrians. Courtney Trader, the Yukon Hotel, a Grocery store and the Klondike Restaurant can be seen to the right.
Inscription verso: C-6994- Crowds were thinning out in Dawson City in July, 1899, as news spread of gold discoveries at Nome, Alaska. One month later, 8,000 people left Dawson in a single week.
Inscription recto: Front Street, Dawson Y.T. 99