A still from “A Day in Skagway,” the Burton Holmes travelogue produced for Paramount Pictures in 1918. This scene is of a boy and girl (Kenneth Blanchard and Evelyn Curtin) sharing a large dahlia in one of Skagway’s beautiful gardens. Photo courtesy of Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Institution; the American Film Institute and the National Film and Sound Archives, Australia.

A still from “A Day in Skagway,” the Burton Holmes travelogue produced for Paramount Pictures in 1918. This scene is of a boy and girl (Kenneth Blanchard and Evelyn Curtin) sharing a large dahlia in one of Skagway’s beautiful gardens. Photo courtesy of Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Institution; the American Film Institute and the National Film and Sound Archives, Australia.

Southeast in Sepia: Finding ‘A Day in Skagway’

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