Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection consists of correspondence and literary manuscripts authored by Lute Pease and others, biographical material about the Pease family (including a scrapbook by Lute Pease), several sketches by Pease, and many samples of Pease's editorial cartoons. A number of letters in the collection describe Pease's life in the Yukon and in Alaska as well as his tenure as editor of The Pacific monthly
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Manuscript, 2004, Charles K. Hyde's updated manuscript for "Copper for America : the United States copper industry from colonial times to the 1990s" (Tucson : University of Arizona Press)
Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
Photograph collection of Alaskan Indian villages, totem poles, buildings, sleds/sled dogs, and people
Graduate Theological Union - Special Collections and Archives
This collection of pamphlets addresses home missionary work to various locations and ethnic groups within the United States. Subjects include: Alaska, African Americans, and Indians of North America, and general home missionary demographics
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Personal and family papers, accumulated by Elizabeth Claghorn Babcock Potter. The collections includes correspondence; William James Potter's journals that he kept from 1849 to 1859 and his 1863 chaplain's notebook; Elizabeth's poetry and other manuscripts
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Letter from Charles A. Goodwin to his wife Jennie M. Goodwin, sent from Port Townsend, Washington, while Charles was en route to the Klondike. He begins by describing the harbor at Port Townsend, where he is waiting for the ship Alki to arrive. He also writes of boastful local gold miners who spoke of the ease of making a fortune in Alaska, notes that he is well equipped with cold-weather gear, and asks after his children. He briefly mentions his fears of being unsuccessful, but is ultimately optimistic about his future mining prospects
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Photograph collection of prints and albums detailing the missionary work of William H. Weinland (1861-1930), a Moravian missionary, as well as his family and associates. Images include sites in Alaska among the Eskimo and southern California at the Morongo Reservation. Other images are from Arizona, possibly Montana, and the Great Plains. Photographs in Alaska are by Canadian missionary and Weinland associate Henry Hartmann, William H. Weinland, and commercial photographer M. Lorenz. Many of the southern California images are by William Weinland. Includes a cyanotype of native American school children in southern California and contact prints of Banning, Calif. and the surrounding area
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.
Haverford College - Quaker and Special Collections
University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Pacific University Consortium Library
This collection contains records of the observatory -- Included are its primary contract; policy board minutes; general and correspondence files; project files; final research reports; files of the observatory's Health Needs Assessment Study; fiscal records, project accounts, and grant files; and other files