HELENE STOLL (b. 1895). Photographs; n.d., 1899, 1900. .1 cu. ft.
Helene Stoll was born in Juneau, Alaska, in 1895. She later married a German immigrant and moved to Washington, D.C., where they eventually started a bakery.
This collection consists of seven photographic prints which had been owned by Helene Stoll. Six relate to Dawson in 1899 and 1900. Five of the prints are by Larss and Duclos and one is by H.J. Goetz. Another, by Winter and Pond, is unidentified. The Goetz print is a panorama view of Dawson from across the river. The Larss and Duclos print depict groups of people, a Fourth of July scene, and a fire damaged building. There are conservation negatives for all the images.
The collection was acquired from Anne DeVere (Mrs. Frank Ditto), a long time friend of Helene Stoll.