Carl L. Hubbs Photograph Collection, 1939
Scope and Contents
Alaska fisheries, canneries, Akutan, Chignik, Unga, Hidden Inlet, Port Vita, Port Wakefield. Most are distant views taken from a ship or plane.
Conditions Governing Access
The photographs may be viewed however they may not be photocopied.
Conditions Governing Use
Requests for permission to publish or reproduce from the collection should be discussed with the Librarian.
From July to September, 1939, Dr. Hubbs served as Field Representative of the Department of the Interior, in an investigation of fishery conditions and administration in Alaska. His papers contain field notes, correspondence, transcripts of testimony and other papers. He visited canneries and villages in Southeast and South Central Alaska as well as the Aleutian Islands.
23 Photographic Prints
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
A small selection of copyprints purchased from UC Scripps Institution of Oceanography May 1984, from their Carl Leavitt Hubbs Papers [and photographs] located at the Institution (Acc. No 1981-13).
Existence and Location of Copies
The entire collection is available for viewing via Alaska's Digital Archives.
The photographs are numbered and an item-level inventory is available.
- Finding aid for the Carl L. Hubbs Photograph Collection, 1939
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- Processed: 5/30/00 ; Revised: 8/05 ; ArchivesSpace finding aid by: Sandy Johnston 2019 June ; Inventory added by: Sandy Johnston
- 2020 May
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