University of North Florida - Special Collections
The collection consists of 30 mounted photographs of historic architectural buildings and sites in Northeast Florida, primarily in urban Jacksonville, Florida, taken by Pam King in January 1977
Oregon Health and Science University
The collection consists of two sets of glass plate silver bromide negatives. The images are of Base Hospital 46 and staff. The photographs were taken in Bazoil-les-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. The plates were housed in the original printed cardboard boxes, which measure 13 cm x 18 cm. The boxes identify the plate manufacturer as J. Jougla of Lumiere & Jougla. The photographic method is identified as "plaques a mode bromure d'argent," or silver bromide plates. One plate is broken. The plates are not labeled but are identified in: On active service with Base Hospital 46 U.S.A.: Mar. 20, 1918 to May 25, 1919 / edited by O.B. Wight, et al. Portland, Or.: Arcady Press, 1920
Oregon Health and Science University
Includes correspondence, manuscripts, documents, patient and personal photographs, news clippings, medical reunion materials and other memorabilia, publications, and biographical data pertaining to the personal and professional life of Adalbert G. Bettman
Minnesota State University
The Southern Minnesota Historical Center Photograph Collection consists of photographs and images of people and places pertaining to southern Minnesota and the greater Mankato area. While the majority of these images concern this section of the state, a few images relate to locations and people important to other portions of Minnesota. Dated pictures within the collection range from 1870 through 1936; however, a majority of other images were not dated but are known to have come from later dates
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Mrs. Gene Ruthruff collection contains eleven photographs and one ledger. The ledger lists the names of some of the teachers and medical personnel who worked for the Alaska Native Service in Alaska before 1951. The Alaskan photographs include two views of Taku Glacier, two views of the town of Douglas on Douglas Island, and four real-photo postcards with views of Juneau, the Port Armstrong whaling station, a Southeast Alaskan fish trap, and bears killed by hunters. Other photographs are a commemorative postcard for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909 and two views of a "C.T.P. survey party in N. Algoma" (possibly northern Algoma, a vast wilderness north of Lake Superior that is rich in natural resources -- fur, gold, iron ore, and timber)
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The College, Alaska, Collection consists of legal documents, unpublished manuscripts, maps, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating to the history of College, Alaska. The unpublished manuscripts are writings by Daniel C. Nielsen regarding the history of College and his experience growing up there. Other notable papers are memorabilia from the College Woman's Club, legal documents regarding the Shanly Homestead and what is now College, Alaska, and correspondence from Margaret E. Murie to Daniel C. Nielson regarding Shanly. This collection also includes photographs taken 1946-1956 in College of views from the corner of Hess Avenue and Shanly Street, as well as businesses and buildings on College Road, such as College Auto Service, College Motel Cabin, and the College Presbyterian Church. Children identified in the photographs are Peter Griffith and Mark Nielsen, Jr
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Bragaw-Everett collection includes photographs, photograph albums, real-photo postcards, and negatives taken throughout Alaska, including Anchorage, Tyonek, Eklutna, Copper Center, Ester Creek, Fairbanks, Palmer, Chitina and Nome. This collection includes pictures taken in the early 1920s of children and adults from the Tyonek orphanage and Eklutna School for Natives, including pictures of coal gathering on the beach for the Tyonek orphanage, a trolley that transported people to and from Anchorage from Eklutna, Athapascan cemeteries and subsistence activities such as sheep and whale hunting. There are also photographs of the interiors of the boiler room for the Alaska Railroad and power plants in Anchorage, the 1933 and 1935 Fairbanks Ice Carnival dignitaries and 1933 Fairbanks Ice Carnival parade float, an electric thawing machine from the Alaska Engineering Commission Railway (A.E.C.R.Y.) and a photograph of President Warren Harding during his 1923 visit to Fairbanks. The ... Read More
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The William B. Spearman Photographs contains materials regarding the construction of the Alaska Railroad in the Turnagain Arm section. Approximately 75 photographs of the railroad construction were taken by Spearman while he was an employee. These photographs depict surveying, railroad camps, mail dog teams, and workers on the line. In addition, there are also photographs showing people traveling via packhorse and camping, as well as scenery and cabin scenes. There is also a bird's-eye-view image of the Valdez waterfront
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Howard M. Feder photographs consist of 27 photographic negatives and corresponding contact sheets. Images were taken in Barrow, Alaska, circa 9145-1950. The bulk of the images are of people and show parka and mukluk styles worn by men, women and children at the time
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Cahoon Family Papers consist of diaries, correspondence, legal papers, documents, newsclippings, and 149 photographic images. The bulk of the materials relate to the mining operations of Charles P. Cahoon in southeastern Alaska. Other materials relate to the activities of Cahoon and his family throughout their lives, both in Alaska and in the contiguous forty-eight states