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C. W. Amos Photograph Collection, 1944 1945

Identifier: PCA 296
Scope and Contents

The photos were taken by C.W. Amos enroute to Cape Spencer and during the time he was stationed there as a Coast Guard radioman and weather observer. Photos include travel to the Cape Spencer Lighthouse, winter storms, accident off Five Finger Lighthouse, Christmas celebrations, other members of the lighthouse crew, and daily activities.

Dates: 1944-1945

"An Ideal Trip" of a Honeymoon Trip to Alaska, summer 1906

Identifier: PCA 560
Scope and Contents

Harold and Helen honeymooned on the Pacific Coast Steamship Co. ship "Spokane"and collected postcards from the various stops on the route. This album of postcards, photographs, and steamship brochure clippings records their honeymoon trip through the Pacific Northwest, southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Alberta.

Dates: circa 1906-1907

An overview of the history of the Stikine/Cassiar region up to 1930, 1983

Identifier: MS 4-11-12
Scope and Contents

Includes v. 1 only.

Dates: 1983

Anchorage Area Collection, 1910-1922

Identifier: PCA 480
Scope and Contents

The 76 black and white photographs and post cards in this collection include scenes in Anchorage, Cordova, Juneau and Ketchikan, Dr. Charles H. Thompson, and several group photos of baseball teams. There are six 8 x 10 black and white photographs.

Dates: 1910-1922

A.W. Anderson Photograph Collection, 1942-1944

Identifier: PCA 425-16
Scope and Contents

Loose photos, post cards and commercial albums of prints taken during construction of the Alcan Highway from 1942-1944. Photo prints of Anderson and others feeding wild bears that hung around the camp, photos around camp, some scenery and construction shots. 149 items. Some photos are described on verso. There are several commercial photos by Taylor and W.I.B.

Dates: 1942-1944

Papers of Jacob Peter Anderson, ca. 1952

Identifier: MS 4-1-6
Scope and Contents

Includes autobiographical sketch, paper on ferns, and an incomplete paper on Alaska's territorial flower.

Dates: 1952

Tom Anderson Photograph Collection, 1932

Identifier: PCA 512
Scope and Contents

This collection contains black and white photographs and slides of Tom Anderson’s 1932 journey from San Francisco to the Kuskokwim River area in Alaska aboard the schooner Lottie Bennett. Many of the photographs were used in Tom Anderson’s book, Shiyak! published in 1987.

Also, included in this collection are black and white photographs from the San Francisco area related to the Wander Bird, ships around the Bay, and Bay bridge a-buildings.

Dates: 1932

Clarence L. Andrews Photograph Collection, circa 1892-1940

Identifier: PCA 45
Content Description The C.L. Andrews collection includes photographs from many places in Alaska, circa 1892-1940 and reflect the time he spent in Sitka, Skagway, Eagle on the Yukon River, and in the arctic while working for the School and Reindeer Service. Mr. Andrews' photographic collection includes his own photographs in Alaska and also photographs he collected by fellow photographers. A variety of subjects, i.e., bidarkas, fisheries, glaciers, Tlingit Indian arts, totems, as well as portraits of...
Dates: circa 1892-1940

Clarence Leroy Andrews Papers, 1806-1947 (bulk 1895-1940)

Identifier: MS 175
Scope and Contents The Clarence Leroy Andrews papers include his own writings (most from the 1930s and 1940s), other documents and publications ranging from one document in Russian from 1806 and another from 1817, to the 1940s (the bulk are from 1895-1940), and maps, mostly from the gold rush era. This collection also includes two original manuscripts (one later published) and one manuscript of his translation of Khlebnikov’s biography of Baranov from Russian to English. Contains scattered copies of numerous...
Dates: 1806-1947; Majority of material found within 1895-1940

Ed Andrews Photograph Collection, circa 1900-1936

Identifier: PCA 162
Content Description

On November 24, 1935, the Alaska Daily Press wrote that “Ed Andrews specialized in 12 x 20 photographs made from negatives of that size”. As a prominent Douglas photographer, Andrews distributed images to dealers all over Alaska. He also served as the official photographer for the Admiral Line, the Alaska Steamship Line, Copper River Railroad, White Pass and Yukon Railway and for Captain Sid Barrington, Stikine River navigator.

Dates: circa 1900-1936