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Holdings include: 1916: Nov 14-Dec 26 1917-1919: complete 1920: Jan 6-Jun 29
Imperfect - Dec 5, 12, 1916; Apr 29, Jul 1, 22, 1919; Apr 13, Jun 8, 1920 Missing - none
Name of known editor: Mr. C.W. Jones
Alaska Records Describing the Work of the U.S. Alaska Road Commission, 1915-1957, and the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, 1963-1974
These records primarily include scrapbooks of newspaper clippings describing the work of the U.S. Alaska Road Commission, 1915-1921 and U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, 1963-1974.
Includes miscellaneous records concerning the Savage Bridge Project in Mt.McKinley National Park (1950's-1960's); earthquake damage to the highway system in 1964; several project engineer field diaries for the Starrigavan Bay Crossing, Sitka Highway.
This collection contains photos primarily of Southeast Alaska villages and people from around 1900. Many are photos taken by photographers Case and Draper, Edward De Groff, and Vincent I. Soboleff.
Includes 95 survey forms completed by principals, librarians, and teacher-librarians, quantitative results, and handwritten tabulations.
The 64 slides in this collection were taken during the 1970s and depict locations in Southeast Alaska and the Yukon. Most of the slides are commercially produced and are part of a series depicting “The Inside Passage.” Subjects range from fishing to specific locations such as glaciers, Baranoff[Baranof] Warm Springs, and Carcross, Skagway, Juneau, and Chatham Strait.
The 35 mm transparencies (color and black and white) in this collection represent art pieces purchased by the State of Alaska from 1975-1983. No slides have been received since 1983.
An exhibit catalog entitled Collection describes the artwork purchased from 1975-1980. An additional list is included of acquisitions added after the publication, until 1982.
Resumes of the artists represented are filed at the beginning of the collection.
Alaska State Housing Authority Community Data Files, Newsletters, and Reference Material, 1950's-1970's
Contains photographs, aerial photographs, negatives and slides of housing and housing construction activities in various communities and villages, construction workers, and residents. Black and white as well as color images are included. Some of the homes and people are identified. ASHA slideshow with script shows the changes to Alaska rural life, various impacts on Alaska rural living and the need for planning (1970).