a view inside the arctic brotherhood hall which is now diamond tooth gertie

This is what the inside of Diamond Tooth Gertie's looked like when it was called the Arctic Brotherhood Hall.

This is what the inside of Diamond Tooth Gertie’s looked like when it was called the Arctic Brotherhood Hall.

Howard Firth, of Whitehorse, told me his dad was once the president of the arctic Brotherhood in Dawson City.

What happened to that beautiful centrepiece painting? Does Parks Canada have it in storage? It was a mural-type curtain.

This is a Dyclos photograph taken on February 6, 1908.

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