University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The papers of the Charles L. and Louise V. Thompson estate consist of the records August W. Conradt kept in the capacities of estate guardian and estate administrator for the Thompsons, 1933-1956, as well as various papers documenting Charles L. Thompson's Fairbanks-region business dealings from 1904 to the time of his disappearance in 1932. Conradt's records include correspondence, notes and memoranda, clippings, estate inventories, accounts of income and expenses, attorney files, and probate filings. Thompson's papers include mine location notices, powers of attorney, insurance policies, and various quitclaim deeds, bills of sale, and other legal documents. The series includes several sketch maps showing the locations of mining claims, and one photographic portrait thought to depict Charles L. Thompson
University of Central Arkansas - Torreyson Library
Correspondence, papers, publications, writings, memorabilia, and family papers of Frederick Hampton Roy of Little Rock, AR
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
ORAL HISTORY 81-33 PT. 1. Unidentified person talks about the Tanana Valley Fair Association, becoming a non-profit corporation, changing the name to the Tanana Valley State Fair Association, the 40th annual fair in 1971, George William Gasser, Paul John Rickert and Charles L. Thompson incorporating the Tanana Valley Fair Association in 1904, name changed to Tanana Valley State Fair Association in 1961, purpose of the corporation, 50th anniversary of the first fair, and the history of fair written in 1965


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