Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of 828 slides and 105 35mm negative images, along with contact sheets for hundreds of additional negatives which were not retained
Alaska Historical Library
Correspondence, travel itineraries, questionnaires on community interests, evaluation of program presented, and newspaper accounts of a tour of Alaska (1974-1975) by Brebner and Philip Sheridan, actor and writer, sponsored by Alaska State Council on the Arts as part of its Artists-in-Schools Program, together with letters of Brebner to his wife, further describing the tour and his impressions of places visited and people in Bethel, Dillingham, Fairbanks, and other Alaska locations
Alaska Historical Library
Correspondence, letterpress books, diaries, subject files, business records, writings, research files, and scrapbooks, relating primarily to Wickersham's work and life in Alaska (1900-1939), with lesser amount of material relating to his law practice and other activities in Washington (1884-1900). Includes court-related letters during his tenure as U.S. district judge at Eagle and Fairbanks, Alaska; subject files relating to his legislative work as delegate to Congress; mss. of his ethnological and other writings; and family papers, including records of Ruth Allman, his niece by marriage, and her husband, Jack Allman
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Rust Family Papers consist of photographs and personal files of members of the Rust family, prominent in the life of Fairbanks, Alaska, in the first three-quarters of the twentieth century
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The collection consists of photographic images taken in Nome, Fairbanks and coastal villages of Alaska. Subjects include ski races, Fourth of July celebrations, dog sledding, outings with friends and other social activities, steamboats, village and city scenes, and dwellings and other structures. Images of Nome were taken from 1911 - 1914; images of Fairbanks are from 1915-1916
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Thomas H. Gibson Photograph Collection consists of a photograph album with 189 images of Dawson, Yukon Territory, various Alaskan towns, and Gibson family members, ca. 1900-1920, and a small number of loose images of similar subjects. It also includes copies of 108 images of Gibson family members and their leisure and business activities, ca. 1910-1948
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Lisa J. Slayton Photograph Collection contains mostly images of Fairbanks, Ophir and Barrow, Alaska. Photographs include sternwheelers, area businesses, taxis, snow removal machinery, churches, business interiors, and landscapes. Other images are construction photographs of the George Parks Highway
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Arnold De Heus Collection consists of 36 photographs of Interior Alaska, the bulk of them taken in the 1920s and 1930s. They include people and scenes of Chicken, Flat, and Fairbanks, Alaska, as well as a group photo of the Fairbanks kindergarten graduating class of 1933 (most individuals identified by name). The collection also includes portraits of Arnold De Heus's mother and aunt from the 1930s, 13 color transparencies of the Fairbanks Winter Carnival and Fairbanks people taken ca. 1949-1950, and 3 photographs of the Arnold De Heus family taken in 1955. Also found in the collection are a letter by Arnold De Heus to his sister describing the Fairbanks, Alaska, flood of August 1967, and a photocopy of a biographical sketch of Arnold "Dutch" De Heus, father of Arnold De Heus, published in the newspaper "Anchorage Times," 26 July 1986
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Historical records of the city of Fairbanks including documents of incorporation, birth and death records, cemetery records, engineering field notebooks, judicial records, Town and City Council meeting minutes, real property assessments and tax rolls, cash books, warrant registers, miscellaneous financial records, maps and surveys, and planning documents
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
This collection consists of three scrapbooks and loose material relating to the Daughters of the American Revolution, Alaska Chapter (Fairbanks, Alaska). The scrapbooks contain brochures, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia documenting the many events, activities, and personalities involved in the work of the chapter, 1940-1985. Other papers include magazines, newsletters, annual conference programs, and yearbooks, as well as chapter meeting minutes (1925-1941, 1958-1964) and membership lists

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