Stanford University
Primarily photographs, some correspondence, ephemera, and rock samples
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
Ethno-historical interviews, oral histories, documents and photographs from Bering Straits, Fairbanks, Susitna, Kuskokwim, Anchorage, Yakutat, Elfin Cove, Sitka, Juneau and Southeast Alaska, 1969-1980s
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
Enhanced views of early Alaska used for postcards and other commercial purposes. The Albertype Company in Brooklyn, N.Y., originally printed the 8 x 10 inch sheet of photographs in which 3 or more views were arranged together then included in publications. A variety of Alaskan subjects are depicted including communities, sled dogs, glaciers, mining, Alaska Native arts, artists, boats and housing, vegetables and flowers, wildlife, fishing, hunting, and railroads including the Copper River and Northwestern Railway and the White Pass and Yukon Route. Publishers and photographers represented in the collection include: Landahl's Emporium (Dawson) and Albertype Company (Brooklyn, NY), Winter & Pond, P.E. Kern, E.A. Hegg and P.S. Hunt
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
This collection of photographs records the damage done to Fairbanks and surrounding areas at the time of the Chena River flood in August of 1967. The river, which runs through the city of Fairbanks, flooded buildings, covered streets and damaged bridges. The Elliot and Steese Highways and the Chena Hot Springs Road sustained roadbed and bridge damage due to the flooding
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
1, Ser. 415 Journal 1900-1960 -- 2, Ser. 416 Civil Docket 1900-1960 -- 3, Ser. 417 Judgement Docket 1901-1961 -- 4, Ser. 422 Misc. Dockets 1902-1960 --5, Ser. 418 Civil Case Files 1917-1960 -- 6, Ser. 420 Criminal Case Files 1931-1960 -- 7, Ser. 423 Trial Calendar 1899-1908 -- [For complete contents refer to the published guide]
Alaska State Library - Historical Collections
The mostly 2 x 3 in. black and white images show Evan Hill and his friends (both soldiers and civilians) in Company "A" and "C" during the years of World War II, early 1940's, in Haines (Chilkoot Barracks), Skagway, Moses Point, Dutch Harbor, Fairbanks, St. Paul Island, Klukwan and Carcross B.C. Images include military camp scenes, officers and officers' quarters, reindeer herds, roads, Eskimos, sealing, Eskimo dancing and singing, and other unidentified people and places. The collection also includes 2 hand-drawn maps of St. Paul Island, one on linen and the other paper. An issue of Yank Magazine, Dec. 1943, containing the article, "Attu's Oldest Newspaper," by Cpl. Larry McManus, is included
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Snapshot photographs taken by an unidentified Oregonian traveling on the S.S. "Aleutian" ship as a tourist in Alaska in 1953. Subjects include Fairbanks, the Kenai Peninsula, Ketchikan, Kotzebue, the Inside Passage, Sitka, and the Yukon Territory. This collection is only partially processed
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Fritz Werther Papers include Wiseman Trading Company and Northern Commercial Company invoices, location notices and claims in Wiseman area, contracts for property, and personal correspondence, 1945-1947
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Clausen Family Photograph Collection consists of 115 images. The bulk of the photographs were taken in Fairbanks and Interior Alaska, Nome, and Saint Michael by commercial photographers B.B. Dobbs, Harry H. Huey, L.E. Robertson, and others. Subjects include streetscapes, floods, waterfronts, mining activities, and dog sledding, as well as Inupiaq and Athapascan people, villages and fish camps
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The E. B. Collins Papers consist of small quantities of correspondence, photographs, and newsclippings, all relating to the life and activities of Earnest B. Collins and to his tenure as a member of the House of Representatives in Alaska's first Territorial Legislature. Also included in the collection are two Alaska State House Resolutions honoring Collins in 1963 and 1965, and a copy of the House Journal, Alaska State Legislature (5 March 1965), in which a letter from Collins is published. Among the fourteen photographs are four that depict the process of moving bison to Big Delta, Alaska, in 1928. The Margaret Collins Cooper series contains digital copy prints of two photograph albums and some loose photographs of Margaret and her family in Fairbanks and Fox, Alaska from ca. 1904-1921. Images include school outings, portraits, baseball games, residences, mining camps, friends and family. These images and the full album pages are also available on Alaska's Digital Archives at ... Read More

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