First Avenue in the town of Iditarod around its peak in 1911. (Lomen Brothers Photo | University of Alaska Fairbanks Archives)

First Avenue in the town of Iditarod around its peak in 1911. (Lomen Brothers Photo | University of Alaska Fairbanks Archives)

Iditarod represents one of the last Gold Rush towns

A century ago, for a few years, it was the largest city in the Interior

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