By Rebecca Zum
When an aircraft couldn't fly through near blackout conditions to deliver medicine to the town of Nome in Alaska, a team of sled dogs took the reign. In 1925, they covered over 600 miles to deliver medicine across the country, and saved many lives.
A modern, quirky illustration of a Siberian Husky.
Giclée print on acid-free, archival paper.
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