University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Diaz Family Collection contains one leather bound photograph album with 146 black and white photographs and 59 loose black and white photographs. The collection includes images of military personnel, military activities and equipment, flooding in various locations, fishing and hunting trips, Alaska Natives and the towns and villages in which they lived, grave sites and the Fairbanks Public School. The bulk of the photographs were taken in interior Alaska. Also included in the collection are images of twin sisters Pearl and Lilian Dunn, and Margaret Hemple, all of Fairbanks, Alaska. The leather bound photograph album is labeled as belonging to Louis J. Bayuk, Co-C 176th Engineers, Big Delta, Alaska
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Adolph and Peter Holtman Papers consist of photocopies of letters and postcards sent by brothers Adolph and Peter Holtman from Fairbanks, Alaska, to niece Lena Meijers in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and one photograph of Adolph Holtman. The letters concern mining and gardening in the Fairbanks region, Fairbanks-area weather, Christian Science, and family matters
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Reverend Hope Henry Lumpkin Photographs consist of 188 images, primarily of Fairbanks, Alaska, and of Interior Alaska in general. In addition to photographs of Lumpkin family members and their activities, they include views of events and buildings in Fairbanks; Athapascan individuals and camps; agriculture and gardening in the Fairbanks region; mining; roadhouses; and sternwheelers
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The John Renwick Photograph Collection consists of five black-and-white photographs taken in Alaska in 1911-1913. Subjects include a streetscape of Dikeman, Alaska; a ferry barge hooked to a tram line crossing the Chena River in downtown Fairbanks, Alaska, in 1912; a large unidentified tent camp on a river bank; and John Renwick in 1911 and 1913
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Harry Leroy Davis Photographs consist of 42 photographs showing primarily United States Army Signal Corps buildings, equipment and personnel at Nulato, Alaska, when Nulato was part of the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System or WAMCATS. Also included are scenes of Fort Yukon and Fairbanks, Alaska, as well as images of Bishop Peter Trimble Rowe at Fort Yukon and President Warren G. Harding at Fairbanks
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Albert Johnson Photographs consist of images of the early communities of Fairbanks, Nenana, and Nome. Subjects include agricultural pursuits around Fairbanks, studio portraits, dog teams, gold mining, railroad construction, and the Native people involved in a variety of day-to-day activities
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Knudtson Family Papers contain letters written by Theodore Knudtson to his sister, Carrie G. Knudtson. The correspondence describes his life in Alaska; his activities as a miner and trapper; his work on the railroad, and the Nenana Ice Classic. Knudtson was also active in promoting the Townsend Act which was an early form of social security as well as his interest in socialist movements. The papers also contain a family memoir written by Knudtson's great-niece, Norma Nelson
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Ernst Hanauer Papers consist of a small number of papers related to Hanauer's upholstery business in Fairbanks, Alaska (correspondence, advertisements, receipts); biographical materials; and photographs. The images are of Hanauer and his activities, from the time of his boyhood in Germany to the 1970s. They include images of the Fairbanks flood of 1967 and its effect upon Hanauer's upholstery shop. Also included are eight historical images of Seward, Alaska, 1906, by photographer Evans
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The O'Leary Family Papers contain photographs, poems, obituaries, newsclippings and documents. The bulk of the materials relate to freighting and mail activities on the Circle to Fairbanks Trail and road
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The George S. Witt Photographs contain 142 black-and-white pictures of homes, businesses and scenery in Fairbanks, Alaska, in 1944. There are also 14 black-and-white real-photo postcardsof Alaska, mostly of Fairbanks. Scenes from downtown Fairbanks include the theater and bank on Lacey Street and 2nd Avenue, City Hall, the public school, Lomen Commercial Company, the Piggly Wiggly, Model Cafe, the Ringlette Beauty Shop, and the Railroad Depot. There are also many images of private residences, mainly the neighborhoods downtown, and a street in Slaterville. In addition, the backs of the photographs and some of the postcards are annotated

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