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Identifier: MS 161
Content Description Includes clippings, articles, and lists of Alaska post offices, 1932-1977.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1952-1977
Identifier: MS 11
Content Description Press documents, historical accounts and data, photographs, circulars, reports, speeches, Congressional Records, correspondence, and other items relating to the history of the ACS. Material from Judge James Wickersham's personal library: photographs, extracts from the Alaska-Yukon Magazine and extracts from the annual reports of Chief Signal Corp officers. Reprints of correspondence between Judge Wickersham and War Department officials, as well as excerpts from Wickersham’s diary. Photographs...
Identifier: PCA 64
Content Description Communication stations, equipment and personnel in Alaska, 1904-1963.
Identifier: PCA 432
Scope and Contents The collection includes photographs of activity and personnel in the oil drilling industry. Several Alaskan communities are represented. Places photographed are primarily on Prince of Wales Island and include, Barrow, Craig, Hydaburg, Kasaan, Klawock, Point Baker, Port Protection, Thorne Bay, and others. Most of the photographs were collected for the publication of the book, Planning for Offshore Oil Development, in 1978. The bulk of the photographs are from the 1970s although some may be...
Identifier: MS 34
Overview The Medal of Heroism contest was conducted by the Alaska Department of Education. 429 entries are filed in the box with information on the contest and a copy of the letter of selection from the judges. The design by Kathy Shapley of Craig, Alaska, was selected on January 26, 1966.
Identifier: PCA 176
Scope and Contents These colored transparencies and prints, taken between 1951-1965, depict village and rural schools and teachers' housing in Alaska. Portraits of men and women applying for teaching positions in Alaska are included as well as a pictorial essay compiled by the Sand Point High School students in December, 1973, “SOS - Save Our School.”.
Identifier: PCA 488
Scope and Contents Aerial Photographs of Alaskan Coastal Communities, 1965-1975 ; Black and white and color aerial photographs depicting Alaskan coastal communities. The Department of Environmental Conservation kept these photographs for reference purposes. In the event of an oil spill or other type of accident, aerial photographs could provide an overview of geographic features of the particular area. Folders are arranged alphabetically by name of community or body of water; information is also provided on...
Identifier: MS 246
Scope and Contents Newspaper clippings regarding the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation’s litter and recycling program from 1980-1982 in various cities.
Identifier: PCA 143
Content Description This collection documents health programs in Alaska from Territorial days including efforts of the Alaska Department of Health, U.S. Indian Services, and U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Doctors, nurses, public health commissioners, village health centers, marine hospitals, tuberculosis control, and rural health providers and resources are depicted in the photographs. Individuals are identified (names given) on photographs numbered 543 to 666. The collection contains approximately 50 colored...
Dates: ca. 1940s-1960s
Alaska Department of Highway Photograph Collection: Walter Hickel (“Haul Road”) Construction, 1968-1969
Identifier: PCA 82
Scope and Contents Images include equipment, construction, mobile camps, aerial views, Dept. of Highway employees and construction workers. The collection also includes a typescript "The History of the Haul Road."