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Trip to Alaska: Georgetown, King Island, Little Diomede and other Alaskan communities, ca. 1910-1920

Identifier: PCA 227
Abstract The photographer/collector of this photograph album is uncertain. Within the album is a name card for I. W. Mason of Seattle, Washington with his signature on the reverse side. In 1910, a trading post was opened by George Fredericks on the Kuskokwim River northwest of Sleetmute. Later it was named Georgetown and a post office was established there in 1912, but was discontinued in 1913.Most of the photos are postcard size and the quality ranges from poor to good. ...
Dates: ca. 1910-1920

Trip up the Stikine River, Alaska, 1902

Identifier: MS 4-4-4
Scope and Contents

Diary of a trip up the Stikine River from July-November 1902.

Dates: 1902

Doyle C. Tripp Photograph Collection, 1939-1940

Identifier: PCA 454
Scope and Contents The bulk of the pictures in the album were taken by Doyle Tripp during his trip to Alaska with the Commissioner of Fisheries in the summer of 1940. They show the communities, ships and boats, float planes, fishing activities including a salmon weir and king crab, sea lions and a beluga whale. Locations include Ketchikan, Matanuska, Nunivak Island, the Pribilofs. People include Charlie Jackson, Commissioner of Fisheries, Laritz Melchior (famous opera singer on a guided hunt), Dr. Ira...
Dates: 1939-1940

Jessie J. Trowbridge Photograph Collection, 1896

Identifier: PCA 326
Scope and Contents

This photo collection shows the living conditions and mining operations that are typical of remote mining camps during the 1890s. Mrs. Jessie C. “Kate” Trowbridge possibly lived at Sumdum during the summer months as many of the photographs also feature the Trowbridge children and family gatherings.

Dates: 1896

John W. Troy Papers and Correspondence : Juneau, Alaska, 1933-1939

Identifier: MS 52
Content Description Papers and personal correspondence, 1933-1939: Correspondence concerning Alaska political activity, appointments for office, the Democratic Party, special requests for favors from individuals, and letters from friends. Correspondence includes special files concerning Anthony J. Dimond (Alaska's delegate to Congress), letters of congratulations on Troy's reappointment as governor, resignation as governor, and Democratic Party political file. These personal papers are primarily...
Dates: 1933-1939

John Weir Troy Photograph Collection, ca. 1933-1939

Identifier: PCA 523
Content Description

Portraits of prominent Alaska politicians and businessmen, photographic images of peace negotiations between clans mediated by Territorial offices.

Dates: circa 1933-1939

Gilbert (Gil) Truitt Photograph Collection, ca. 1917 – 1975

Identifier: PCA 465
Content Description

Group photographs of basketball and baseball teams from Alaskan communities, primarily Sitka and other Southeast towns and cities.

Dates: ca. 1917 – 1975

Arthur Stanley Tulloch Photograph Collection, 1900-1935

Identifier: PCA 148
Scope and Contents According to John B. Branson, park ranger/historian with the National Park Service, Lake Clark Nat'l Park and Preserve, this collection may contain the earliest extant photographs of Tanalian Point, now known as Port Alsworth, and what is now Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Two letters sent from Tanalian Point to A.S. Tulloch, from Otis M. "Doc" Dutton and Joe Kackley, provide some information about the region and the men. The collection contains several pictures of Walter Crane, Dean...
Dates: 1900-1935

Andrew Tweiten Photograph Collection, 1900-1946

Identifier: PCA 425-15
Scope and Contents

The Andrew Tweiten collection contains 13 photographs, papers regarding Andrew Tweiten including: a short biography, a short history of the Bergmann Hotel, a copy of an application for membership to the Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo #6 and a copy of Andrew Tweiten’s U.S. naturalization application.

Dates: 1906-1946

Twin Hills School Letters Collection, 1971

Identifier: MS 4-38-8
Scope and Contents

Correspondence between the school teachers Jim and Geri Baenen and Mary Harris between early October, 1971 and mid-March, 1972. Topics about village life include child rearing, salmon fishing and preservation, and village activities.

Dates: 1971