Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
An oral history interview with Hilma Ludli Johnson, a Norwegian immigrant.
Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
An oral history interview with Gustav Simon Simonson, a Norwegian immigrant.
Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
An oral history interview with Peter (Per) Geirhart Danielsen, a Norwegian immigrant.
Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
An oral history interview with Peter Laurits Fet, a Norwegian immigrant.
Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
Collection contains the records of Sitka Lutheran Church in Sitka, Alaska
University of Washington
Film reels of the Philips family's trips in California, Washington, and Alaska
University of Washington
Incoming letters from Eric A. Hegg photos, her book "Klondike 98", clippings, essay written as student; woodcarving of "Dawson-Yukon" miner by Hallie C. Heacock, 1965; unidentified book of photo reproductions of Klondike mining scenes (title page missing), undated.
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources
Archie W. Shiels was both a maker and a recorder of Alaskan history and folklore, and former president of Pacific American Fisheries. His papers consist of research material, publications, personal papers, maps and charts dating from around 1790 to 1965. The documents reference a number of topics primarily related to Russian America, the Alaskan Territory, and the State of Alaska, including boundary disputes and the Bering Sea controversy regarding fur seal fishing. Other topics include Alaska Natives’ fishing rights, maritime navigation, oil, geology, and transportation throughout Alaska, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest.
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence and miscellany documenting Nelson's career as a soldier with the Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry (1861-1864), as a country lawyer and politician at Alexandria, Minnesota (1871-1892), as governor of Minnesota (1893-1895), and particularly as United States senator (1895-1923). The majority of the papers focus on political and legislative affairs, either in Minnesota or reflecting Minnesota interests.
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
T.C. Power was a Montana merchandise, transportation, mining, ranching, banking, and real estate magnate; and U.S. Senator from Montana from 1890 to 1895. Collection (1867-1950) includes a transcript of a diary (1867) of his trip up the Missouri River; subject files (1873-1923), miscellany, and papers of his estate (1923-1950).