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Identifier: PCA 489
Scope and Contents The Puttonen Collection consists of two scrapbooks and a published album of the work of the 340th Engineer Regiment on the Alaska Military Highway from 1942-1943. The album is titled: Lower Post or Freeze and was published in 1944 by the Herald Press Inc., of Charlotte, N.C. The two albums have little, if any, descriptive text identifying the pictures they hold.The first album – the smaller of the two – has no cover and typically has as many as nine (2” x 2”) photos per page. ...
Identifier: PCA 120
Scope and Contents Two albums: Progress pictures: Perseverance Division (views 1-49) Progress pictures: Sheep Creek Division (views 50-91).
Identifier: MS 281
Scope and Contents This collection contains a scanned copy of selected materials concerning the life of Elizabeth deCourcy Annis. With the manuscript is a copy of a Gastineau Heritage News publication, Volume 17, No.1, January 20, 2014. This issue is dedicated to a biography of Betty Annis: “Betty Annis in Her Own Words: Life at the Empire, 1955-1957,” and a couple of the articles she wrote for the Daily Alaska Empire: “War Buddies” and “The Hub of the City” (about the opening of the Baranof Hotel in Juneau in...
Identifier: MS 247
Scope and Contents The Admiralty-Alaska Gold Mining Company acquired the mine in 1918. The mine is located is on Admiralty Island in Funter Bay, Alaska. It was run by W.S. Pekovich.
Identifier: PCA 513
Content Description All of the portrait-style photographs are of Filipino men from Juneau, Alaska, in formal dress.
Identifier: PCA 555
Scope and Contents This collection has two series. The first series consists of seven oversize radar stereo images, radar image mosaics, and a radar image map of Ugashik. The second series contains stereograms of Alaskan glaciers within the First Judicial Division, prepared from the U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey photography by the University of Illinois. The collection is organized by stereogram number.
United States Bureau of Land Management, Alaska State Office : Aerial Views of Alaska Villages, 1972-1976
Identifier: PCA 252-2
Scope and Contents The photographs were taken in 1974 by North Pacific Aerial Survey, Inc. of Anchorage for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and used to document land selection and land claims for the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. The villages photographed were organized at the time under the following Alaska Native regional corporations: AHTNA, Inc., Aleut Corp., Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, Bering Straits Native Corporation, Bristol Bay Native Corporation, Calista Corporation, Chugach Alaska...
Identifier: PCA 35
Content Description Views include Alaska Packer's Association canneries and personnel A.P.A. cannery buildings, workers, vessels. Collection also includes scenics from Kvichak, Unamak, Seward, Kodiak, Chignik. Kogsung, Nushagak, Uyak, Bristol Bay, Seldovia, Port Graham, Cook Inlet and Naknek. Many of the photos were taken by photographer John E. Thwaites and F.N. Nowell.
Identifier: PCA 322
Scope and Contents Charles Brower family, Barrow, Eskimos, whaling, ca. 1900-1930s.
Identifier: PCA 157
Scope and Contents These views of the construction of the mill on Mt. Roberts were taken by Richard Poell. No biographical information about Mr. Poell has been located.