The Japanese made a second attack the next day. In all, forty four were killed and seventy one were wounded in the two attacks. Frank E. Wolfe owned and operated Wolfe Photo studio in Yukon Territory, Dawson from the late Eighteen Nineties to around 1920. Wolfe Photo studio was one of many major photographers of the Yukon space gold rush.
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After the household moved to the Seattle, Washington area in 1887, Curtis bought a partnership within the photographic studio of Rasmus Rothi. He left that business after about six months and fashioned a brand new partnership with Thomas Guptill, referred to as Curtis and Guptill, Photographers and Photoengravers. In 1897, Curtis and Guptill parted ways and Curtis renamed the studio Edward S. Curtis, Photographer and Photoengraver.
Samuel B. Graham started his profession in Washington, however quickly moved to east Portland, Oregon, where he promoted his panorama pictures. He married a local woman, Mary Haner, in 1888 and opened a studio in Corvallis in 1889. He was married to artist and photographer Carol Eyerman, whose work appeared in Life and on 23 covers of Sunset magazine.