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U. S. Army Signal Corps, ca. 1889-1970

Identifier: PCA 175
Content Description

The collection includes images of military forts, telegraph stations, World War II, Army personnel, prisoners of war, and general views of Alaska. Photographs numbered 1-41 are from the National Archives and 42-193 are from the Pentagon.

Dates: Majority of material found within circa 1889-1970

Unalakleet, 1962

Identifier: MS 4-14-2
Scope and Contents

Map has penciled squares representing houses in Unalakleet. List below drawing has corresponding numbers and names owner of house. Also noted are privies, wells, caches, dog barns, warehouses, oil tanks, garages, footpaths, roads. The photograph is an aerial view, fading color.

Dates: 1962

“Uncle Matt’s” Photograph Album, ca. 1940s

Identifier: PCA 416
Scope and Contents The collection includes photographs of the Fairbanks and Nenana areas, Eskimos, Will Rogers-Wiley Post plane wreck, Mary Hansen's Siberian dog team, bears, and Army camps for road building. Also included are photographs of bridges in Alaska, Northwest Territories, and the Yukon. There are a number of photographs related to the Canol Road & Pipeline Project during the period of its construction from 1943 to 1945. The Canol photographs include images of various geographic features,...
Dates: circa 1940s

United States Bureau of Land Management Photograph Collection

Identifier: PCA 128
Scope and Contents

Views of vessels, sport fishing activity, scenics, unidentified villages, waterfalls, glaciers, wildlife, floral arrangements, individual and group photographs, natives and seal hunting activity are included in this collection.

Dates: Undated [circa 1880-1980]


Identifier: MS 51-4
Abstract These records are a sampler of several series of records relating to Alaska in Record Group 60 at the National Archives, Washington, D.C. Photocopies were made of general information regarding appointment of federal judges, marshals and attorneys in Alaska; also files relating to specific individuals. There are some examples of examiners reports made in response to problems or routine investigation at Sitka (1888) and Nome (1903).There is an extensive file of correspondence...
Dates: 1884-1915

United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs

Identifier: PCA 142
Scope and Contents

United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Photograph Collection, 1964 : Alaska Good Friday Earthquake, March 27, 1964. Images includes residents, disaster workers and views of Chenega, Afognak, Kaguyak, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie and English Bay. A text narrative accompanies the photographs.

Dates: 1964

United States. Fish and Wildlife Service

Identifier: MS 51-5
Scope and Contents

Records: Selected Alaska Material from Record Group 22. Washington, D.C., National Archives.

Dates: 1880-1931

United States Forest Service Photograph Collection, 1915-1976

Identifier: PCA 207
Content Description

This collection of slides and photographs includes views and groups of views arranged under the photographer's name and shows particular forest/area locations at specified times. Images include forestry activity, logging, pulp mills, fox farming, Healy coal fields, villages, national forests and other Alaskan subjects and landscapes. Thirty-eight photographers (USFS personnel) are included; others images were taken by unidentified photographers.

Dates: 1915-1976

University of Alaska Fairbanks Photograph Collection, Dawson, Yukon Territory, ca. 1897-1902

Identifier: PCA 237-5
Scope and Contents

This collection contains black and white images, ca. 1897-1902, of Dawson and the gold fields, mining operations, life and events in Dawson, and other settlements in the Yukon Territory. Many of the photographs were taken by H. J. Goetzman. Some of the images indicate they were gifts of R.N. DeArmond.

Dates: Majority of material found within ca. 1897-1902

University of Washington Libraries : University of Washington photograph collection: Indian culture, Pacific Northwest : logging operations, California and Pacific Northwest, ca. 1880-1945.

Identifier: PCA 237-3
Scope and Contents

Images and research notes on microfiche of Pacific Northwest Native Americans and their culture, Viola E. Garfield albums on totem art, and the Clark Kinsey photographs of logging operations in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Dates: circa 1880-1945