Alaska Highway Construction, ca. 1942
Scope and Contents
Alaska Highway construction possibly during World War II, including road building machinery construction workers and construction camps. The photographs are not identified; information supplied by staff is bracketed. Some of the photographs show Alaska Native families, moose and bear.
- circa 1942
Conditions Governing Access
The photos may be viewed, however the images may not be photocopied.
Conditions Governing Use
Requests for permission to publish material from the collection must be discussed with the Librarian. Photocopying does not constitute permission to publish.
The album was given to Luhman family by Shorty MacKay. MacKay was a former neighbor. No additional information is available about MacKay other than he served in the military during World War II.
1 boxes (1 photo album) : 409 black and white photographs
Language of Materials
The album was donated by Carol Luhman Dotson of Saukville, Wisconsin, in 1998 (Acc. No. 1998-016).
The photos are numbered. An inventory is available.
- Finding aid for the Photograph Collection regarding the Alaska Highway Construction, ca. 1942
- Shorty MacKay and Gordon W. Luhman Photograph Collection
- Processed by: Debbie Finley, India Spartz, and Ann Doyle, August 1998 ; ArchivesSpace Finding Aid by: Freya Anderson, June 2019 ; Inventory added by: Jacki Swearingen
- 2022 February
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