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Historical photos: Fishing fleet and the 'red' king

Posted: September 14, 2012 - 12:01am
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Numerous fishing boats are tied up in this historical photo next to the pilings of Juneau's wharf in the early 1900s. In the background, the Alaska-Juneau Mine can be seen.   Photo by Winter & Pond,Courtesy of the Alaska State Library Historical Collections,ASL-P117-019
Photo by Winter & Pond,Courtesy of the Alaska State Library Historical Collections,ASL-P117-019
Numerous fishing boats are tied up in this historical photo next to the pilings of Juneau's wharf in the early 1900s. In the background, the Alaska-Juneau Mine can be seen.

Numerous fishing boats are tied up in this historical photo next to the pilings of Juneau’s wharf in the early 1900s. In the background, the Alaska-Juneau Mine can be seen. Also pictured is a “34-pound red king salmon” which is shown unpacked after being shipped from the Juneau Cold Storage Co. to the San Juan Fishing & Packaging Co., in Seattle, Wash. on April 1, 1929.

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