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Dept. of Fish and Game employees photographed or acquired the images in this collection. Many of the first 155 photographs have individual descriptions while the remaining views are arranged by subject. Subjects include Dept. of Fish & Game vessels, tagging and other activities of the department, hatcheries, canneries, southeast Alaskan islands, coves and bays, birds, marine animals, game and hunting.
Includes official and sample ballots, official returns, number of registered voters per district, and newspaper clippings. Folders arranged in chronological order.
The collection of contact prints show the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. in operation, design and construction, machinery, railways, power plants, warehouses, mills, the surrounding area including Gastineau Channel, Salmon Creek, Sheep Creek, Annex Creek, Mahoney Lake.
Alaska File: A Selection of Letters and a Report from the U.S. Bureau of Education Teachers in Alaska, 1903-1932
[Photocopies of documents from National Archives.]
Alaska Folk Festival memorabilia, programs, posters, and backdrops.
Alaska Gastineau Gold Mining Company engineering drawings, drawn by Frank F. Ward, and other items, Juneau, Alaska, 1914-1919
Booklet includes Christmas Eve dinner menu, lists of officials and foremen, and photographs; booklet prepared for Christmas Eve dinner given by G.T. Jackson, mine manager, for the officials and foremen.
Photocopies of newspaper clippings that serialized Guiteau's 1898 diary in the Freeport [Illinois] Journal in 1928.