Leonhard Seppala http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/ Leonhard Seppala Close-up of Leonhard Seppala in his signature squirrel-fur coat. Taken at the time of the serum run, or shortly thereafter. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408502 4408502 Picture of Leonhard Seppala at his sled, surrounded by admirers, after winning the 1915 All-Alaska Sweepstakes race. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408503 4408503 A picture of Leonhard Seppala at his sled, at the time of the 1916 All-Alaska Sweepstakes race, which he won. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408504 4408504 Leonhard Seppala in front of the vault of the Merchants & Miners Bank of Nome. He is standing behind approximately one million dollars in gold bullion, mined from the region over time (mostly by the Pioneer Gold Mining Company, for which he worked). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408505 4408505 Leonhard Seppala in 1925, with two of his Siberian huskies. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408506 4408506 Leonhard Seppala with his racing leader (and hero of the serum run), Togo. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408475 4408475 Leonhard Seppala standing with Togo (which demonstrates Togo's small size...only 48 pounds), just after the serum run. Leonhard Seppala himself was only 5'4" tall. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408507 4408507 Leonhard Seppala with Togo, probably in 1927 in Poland Spring, Maine (during or after the race against Arthur Walden). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408508 4408508 Leonhard Seppala with some of his dogs and one of his sleds. Date unknown. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408509 4408509 Leonhard Seppala and his serum run team, and additional dogs from his kennels, preparing to leave Nome for their 1926 U.S. tour (and eventual race in Poland Spring, Maine). Among them are Togo and his half-brother Fritz. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408476 4408476 Leonhard Seppala feeding some of his dogs at his summer kennels in Cape Horn, Alaska (in the years previous to the serum run). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408510 4408510 Leonhard Seppala, taken around the time of the serum run. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408511 4408511 Leonhard Seppala and his team, taken during the 1926/27 U.S. tour, during one of the races he ran in (either Toronto, Canada or Poland Spring, Maine). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408512 4408512 Taken in the early 1960s (possibly 1961), this is a shot of Leonhard and his wife Constance in their home in Washington state. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408513 4408513 One of the most famous pictures of Leonhard Seppala, taken at the time of the serum run (in his squirrel-fur coat). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408514 4408514 Taken during the 1926/27 tour of the U.S., with some of his dogs (Fritz, Togo's half-brother, is at right). http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408515 4408515 Leonhard Seppala with some of his dogs, on a steamship bound for Seattle, on their way to their 1926/27 tour of the U.S. With him is Fritz (at left) and a few other dogs, who are absorbed by some ice sliding across the pitching deck of the ship. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408516 4408516 Leonhard Seppala and Fritz (Togo's half-brother), taken during the 1926/27 U.S. tour. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408477 4408477 Leonhard Seppala and three of his Siberian huskies, probably at his winter kennels just outside of Nome, date unknown. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408517 4408517 Leonhard Seppala with Togo, probably taken during the 1926/27 U.S. tour. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408518 4408518 Leonhard Seppala with his wife Constance, and their daughter Sigrid, during the 1914 All-Alaska Sweepstakes race. http://www.baltostruestory.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=4408478 4408478