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LAWRENCE AND OLGA DOHENY FAMILY. Papers; 1917-1980. 21.85 cu. ft.

Lawrence "Larry" C. Doheny was born in Merril, Wisconsin in 1902. He studied mining in New Mexico and later at the University of Alaska, receiving a B.S. in Geology and Mining in 1930. Larry Doheny worked as a mining engineer for various operations including the U.S. Smelting, Mining, and Refining Co. and the Strandberg and Sons, Inc. He married Olga Strandberg in 1931. The couple had three children: Michael (1934-1984), Kathleen, and Jenny. Larry Doheny served as a supervisory engineer for the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1940-1947) and taught mining courses at the University of Alaska part-time. Larry Doheny died in Anchorage in 1952. His wife, Olga Strandberg Doheny, was born in 1910 to David and Jenny Strandberg at Ester Creek near Fairbanks. She graduated from Anchorage High School in 1928, and later received a B.A. in English and Language Education from the University of Alaska in 1932. The Dohenys worked in mining in various locations including Cripple Creek, Fairbanks, Candle Creek, and Wild Lake. After Larry's death, Olga moved to Anchorage and served as director of Strandberg Mines, Inc. (1952-1961). She later worked as an employment counselor for the Alaska Employment Service (1964-1971). Olga Doheny was active in various civic organizations in Anchorage. She died at the Pioneer Home in Anchorage in 1993.

The collection consists of the papers of the Larry and Olga Doheny Family and is divided into seven parts: Lawrence C. Doheny's papers; Olga Strandberg Doheny's papers; Michael J. Doheny's papers; Calvert School Home Instruction Course records; family photographs, film, and sound recordings; printed/published matter; and artifacts. Larry Doheny's papers include personal correspondence, education records, career related files, and business records. Olga Doheny's papers include correspondence with family and friends, biographical materials, and records relating to her education, legal matters, employment, and participation in political and civic organizations. Michael Doheny's papers consist of subject files including correspondence and legal, employment, and military service records. The Calvert School Home Instruction Course records include instructional materials and the Doheny children's course work (1948-1953). The family photographs include over 5,000 black and white and color images documenting the lives of Larry Doheny, Olga Strandberg Doheny, their three children, their families, and other relatives and friends. Locations depicted in the photographs include Wisconsin, New Mexico, Fairbanks, Candle Creek, Wild Lake, McGrath, Stephens Village, Arne Erickson's Crow Creek Mine, and Anchorage. The printed/published matter consists of newspaper clippings, newspapers, and a pamphlet file collected by Olga Doheny documenting various aspects of her family and life in Alaska and Anchorage, including civic and cultural organizations, Anchorage High School, and the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. The artifacts consist of Larry Doheny's surveying and drafting tools, memorabilia, and two children's toys. See also the David and Jenny Strandberg Family, and the Johanson-Erickson Family collections for other photographs of the Doheny family.

The collection was presented to the archives by Olga Doheny and Odin Strandberg in 1981. The deed of gift was signed by Odin Strandberg in 1997.

JAS (9/2000)
HMC-0355

Inventory:

Series list:

PART 1. LAWRENCE C. DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1926-1957. 3.2 cu. ft.
1. Diaries and Notebooks; n.d., 1938-1946, 1953. .35 cu. ft.
2. Personal Correspondence; n.d., 1939-1952, 1957. .4 cu. ft.
3. Education; n.d., 1926-1930, 1942, 1945. .3 cu. ft.
4. Biographical and Personal Materials; n.d., 1934, 1935, 1939-1952. .25 cu. ft.
5. Career: James Norris; 1937-1939, 1944. .1 cu. ft.
6. Career: Diamond Coal Company; n.d., 1929, 1942-1948, 1952. .4 cu. ft.
7. Career: Fairbanks Exploration Company; 1933-1938. .15 cu. ft.
8. Career: David Strandberg & Sons; 1937-1939. .1 cu. ft.
9. Career: Reconstruction Finance Corporation; n.d., 1940-1943, 1945-1947. .2 cu. ft.
10. Career: Consultation; n.d, 1939, 1947-1948. .1 cu. ft.
11. Career: Wild Lake Mining Company; n.d., 1943-1952, 1954. .35 cu. ft.
12. Career: University of Alaska, School of Mines; 1947, 1951, 1952. .1 cu. ft.
13. Career: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 1951-1953. .1 cu. ft.
14. Career: Miscellaneous Mining; n.d., 1934-1948. .2 cu. ft.
15. Business Papers; 1934, 1939-1951. .35 cu. ft.
16. Other Business; 1935, 1942, 1943, 1945-1947, 1949. 1 cu. ft.

PART 2. OLGA STRANDBERG DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1925-1980. 2.85 cu. ft.
1. Correspondence and Biographical Materials; n.d., 1925, 1936, 1940-1978. 1.25 cu. ft.
1a. Outgoing Correspondence; n.d., 1948-1973. .1 cu. ft.
1b. Incoming Correspondence from Relatives (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1936, 1940, 1945-1977. .3 cu. ft.
1c. Incoming Correspondence from Friends (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1925, 1940-1978. .5 cu. ft.

1d. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Biographical Materials; n.d., 1915, 1933, 1935, 1938, 1944-1977. .45 cu. ft.
2. Education; 1918-1921, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1966. .25 cu. ft.
3. Legal Papers; n.d., 1910, 1911, 1931, 1932, 1945-1963, 1967-1969, 1974, 1979. .2 cu. ft.
3a. Personal; n.d., 1910, 1911, 1931, 1932, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1958, 1959, 1974, 1979. .1 cu. ft.
3b. Estate; 1947, 1948, 1951-1963, 1967-1969. .1 cu. ft.
3c. Property; n.d., 1952, 1966-1970. .1 cu. ft.

4. Employment Records; n.d., 1960-1978. .35 cu. ft.
5. Organizations; n.d., 1943, 1950-1980. .5 cu. ft.
6. Fiscal Records; n.d., 1948-1977. .1 cu. ft.
7. Health Records; 1946, 1959, 1963, 1966-1971. .1 cu. ft.

PART 3. MICHAEL J. DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1942-1977. .6 cu. ft.
1. Subject Files (Arranged alpabetically); n.d., 1942-1977.

PART 4. CALVERT SCHOOL HOME INSTRUCTION COURSES; n.d., 1931, 1940, 1941, 1945-1953. 1.95 cu. ft.
1. Instructional Materials; 1931, 1940, 1941, 1945-1947, 1949. .9 cu. ft.
2. Course Work; n.d., 1947-1953. 1.05 cu. ft.

PART 5. DOHENY FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS, FILM, AND SOUND RECORDINGS; n.d., 1917-1977. 2.8 cu. ft.

Subgroup A. Photographs and Slides; n.d., 1920s- 1970s (2,712 b&w prints; 1,014 color prints; 947 b&w negatives; 1,012 color negatives; 126 color slides, 35mm; 16 color transparencies, 120 size). 2.65 cu. ft.
1. Lawrence Doheny Photos; n.d., ca. 1920s-1950 (281 b&w prints; 2 color prints; 34 b&w negatives). .25 cu. ft.
2. Miscellaneous Doheny Family Photos: (Arranged by family member or subject); n.d., 1949-1976 (264 b&w prints; 156 color prints; 31 b&w negatives; 24 color negatives; 5 color slides, 35mm; 16 color transparencies, 120 size). .5 cu. ft.
3. Black and White Family Photo Sets (Arranged chronologically); n.d., 1917-1966 (779 b&w prints; 838 b&w negatives). .65 cu. ft.
4. Color Family Photo Sets (Arranged chronologically; 1948, 1952-1977 (842 color prints; 988 color negatives). .55 cu. ft.
5. Miscellaneous Photographs and Photo Post Cards (primarily unidentified); n.d., 1934, 1944, 1949, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1957 (546 b&w prints; 14 color prints; 44 b&w negatives). .1 cu. ft.
6. Color Slides (35mm); n.d., 1942, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1972. (121 slides). .1 cu. ft.

Subgroup B. Doheny Family Film; 1940-1961. .15 cu. ft.
1. Color Film (16mm); n.d., 1940-1942, 1953, 1960, 1961 (2 videocassettes; 11 reels, 650 ft.).

Subgroup C. Doheny Family Audiotapes; 1961, 1970, 1971. .1 cu. ft.
1. Reel to Reel Audiotapes; 1961 (2 reels).
2. Audiocassettes; 1970, 1971 (3 audiocassettes).

PART 6. PRINTED/PUBLISHED MATTER; n.d., 1921-1977. 9.25 cu. ft.
1. Newspaper Clippings About Family Members (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1927-1932, 1951-1976. .25 cu. ft.
2. Newspapers (Arranged chronologically); 1929, 1935, 1941, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1954, 1955, 1957-1965, 1967, 1968, 1971-1973, 1975, 1976. 2.5 cu. ft.
3. Pamphlet File (Arranged alphabetically by subject); n.d., 1921-1977. 6.4 cu. ft.

PART 7. ARTIFACTS; n.d., 1935-1978. 1.2 cu. ft.
1. Lawrence Doheny's Surveying and Drafting Tools; n.d. .65 cu. ft.
2. Doheny Family Memorabilia; n.d., 1935-1978. .35 cu. ft.
3. Children's Toys; ca. 1930s. .2 cu. ft.


 

BOX AND FOLDER LIST

 

PART 1. LAWRENCE C. DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1926-1957.

Box 1

Series 1. Diaries and Notebooks; n.d., 1938-1946, 1953.
1.
Diaries (3 volumes); 1939-1941
2. Diaries (3 volumes); 1942-1944
3. Diaries (2 volumes); 1945-1946
4. Sourdough Roadhouse notebook pages; n.d.
5. Miscellaneous notebooks and ledgers; n.d., 1938, 1940, 1958.

Series 2. Personal Correspondence; n.d., 1939-1952, 1957.
1.
Correspondence; n.d.
2. Correspondence-personal; 1939.
3. Correspondence-personal; 1940.

Box 2

4. Correspondence-personal; 1941.
5. Correspondence-personal; 1942.
6. Correspondence-personal; 1943.
7. Correspondence-personal; 1945.
8. Correspondence-personal; 1946.
9. Correspondence-personal; 1947, 1949.
10. Correspondence-personal; 1951, 1952, 1957.
11. Letters to Olga and children; 1939, 1942.
12. Letters to Olga and children; 1943.
13. Letters to Olga and children; 1944.
14. Letters to Olga and children; n.d., 1946, 1949-1951.
15. Letters from children; 1942-1944.
16. Cards from children; n.d.
17. Drawings from children; n.d.
18. Correspondence with brother Rev. William J. Doheny; 1940-1944, 1949 (2 b&w photos).
19. Correspondence with Charles Bunnell and Louis Giddings; 1948.

Series 3. Education; n.d., 1926-1930, 1942, 1945.
1.
New Mexico School of Mines: Notebook; n.d., 1926-1928.
2. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Petrography (papers and tests); 1930, n.d.
3. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Educational materials; 1929.
-Cost of Producing Power and Steam; Diesel Maintenance Cost; Kennecott Copper Corp., Kennecott Alaska (2 blueprints); June 1929.
4. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Diploma, Bachelors of Science in Geology and Mining; 1930 (Oversize, located in Flat Cabinets).
5. University of Alaska: Term papers and thesis; n.d., 1930, 1942.

Box 3

6. University of Alaska: Diploma; 1942.
7. LaSalle Extension University, American Law and Procedure Course: Lecture books and digests; 1945.
8. LaSalle Extension University, American Law and Procedure Course: Correspondence and course work; 1945.

Series 4. Biographical and Personal Materials; n.d., 1934, 1935, 1939-1952.
1.
Bills and receipts; 1944, 1950-1052.
2. Northern Commercial Company account; 1939-1941.
3. Certificate of Baptism (original, 2 prints, and 5 X 7 inch copy negative); 1942.
4. Notary public certificates; 1948, 1952.
5. Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Certificate of service; 1947
6. Identification cards and nameplate; n.d., 1942, 1944, 1951, 1952.
7. Life insurance; 1934, 1940-1946, 1949.
8. Federal income taxes; 1942-1952, 1954.
9. Miscellaneous personal Legal papers; n.d., 1940, 1951.
10. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers Application for Membership; n.d.
11. Funeral records; 1952.
12. Nenana Ice Pool records; 1947.
13. Fairbanks temperature record (2 blueprints); 1935.
14. Last will and testament; 1945.
15. Dental Records; 1944.
16. Newspaper Interview; Nov. 19, 1945.
17. Alaskan stories and anecdotes (authors primarily unknown); n.d.
"The Kee Bird," n.d.(poem, 2 pp.); "There is Gold in Those Dumps"; n.d. (2 pp.); "Particulars of the Nulato, Alaska Massacre," by Julius Jette, S.J., story dated Jan. 24, 1914 (4 pp.); "Sweet Dreams?," n.d. (1 p.); "Beaver Tale," n.d. (1 p.); "Real Bad," n.d. (1 p.);"Fifty-Fifty for Free," n.d.(1 p.); "Where are We," n.d. (1 p.); "The Seeing Glass Eye," n.d.; (2 different copies, 2 pp. each); "Cephalic Cannibals," n.d. (2 different copies, 3 pp. each); "Holy Blues," n.d. (2 different copies, 2 pp. each).
18. Miscellaneous; n.d.

Series 5. Career: James Norris; 1937-1939, 1944.
1.
James W. Norris - Mining Activities; 1937-1939.
2. Last Will and Testament of James W. Norris; 1944.

Series 6. Career: Diamond Coal Company; n.d., 1929, 1942-1948, 1952.
1.
Agreements and correspondence; n.d.
2. Agreements and correspondence; 1942.
3. Agreements and correspondence; 1943.

Box 4

4. Agreements and correspondence; 1944.
5. Agreements and correspondence; 1945.
6. Agreements and correspondence; 1946.
7. U. S. Department of the Interior, Solid Fuels Administration for War; 1946.
8. Agreements and correspondence; 1947.
9. Agreements and correspondence; 1948.
10. Agreements and correspondence; 1952.
11. Mining Regulations; 1929, 1943, 1945-1947.
12. Maps and Plans; 1942, 1944 (Oversize, located in Flat Cabinets).
1. Gus Uotila 1944 Sled; Scale: 1 inch=1 foot; 1944 (31 X 36 inch copy).
2. Dredge Valuation Map Showing Drill Holes & Dredge Bath; Scale: 1 inch=100 feet; Jan. 22, 1942 (16 X 22 inch).
3. Valuation Diamonds; Scale: 1 inch=100 feet; ca. 1942 (8½ X 11 inch).
4. Valuation Triangles; Scale: 1 inch=100 feet; ca. 1942 (8½ X 11 inch).
5. Caisson Prospecting (drawing); ca. 1942 (8½ X 11 inch).
6. Mining area map, T12 S, R8W, FM; ca. 1942.

Series 7. Career: Fairbanks Exploration Company; 1933-1938.
1.
Cripple Creek Investigation; 1933-1935.
2. Cripple Creek Blueprints; 1935-1936.
3. Dredges; 1935.
4. Sluice Report; 1934.
5. Cripple Creek Mining Co. Comparative Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Statements; 1937-1938.

Series 8. Career: David Strandberg & Sons; 1937-1939.
1.
Candle Creek Operations; 1938.
2. Projects; 1937-1939.
3. Awe Mining Company, Flat, Alaska: Royalty Ground of David Strandberg (blueprint); 1938.
4. Windy Creek: Placer ground data (W. Holt); 1939 (not LCD).

Box 5

Series 9. Career: Reconstruction Finance Corporation; n.d., 1940-1943, 1945-1947.
1.
Correspondence; 1940, 1942-1943.
2. Correspondence regarding Armstrong Reference; 1947.
3. General Information; n.d., 1942, 1946.
4. Legal Papers: Power of attorney; 1942.
5. U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics: Alaska cost of living; 1946.
6. Bill of Sale: Twin Creek mining equipment; 1942.
7. Brinker-Johnson Co.: Caribou Creek mining report and grocery list; 1941-1942.
8. Candle Creek Report: Report on Arctic Circle Exploration Inc.; 1946.
9. Cleary Hill Mine: Coal analysis reports and leases; 1942
10. Livengood Placers, Inc.; 1940-1943.
11. Emil Usibelli; 1945-1946.
12. Miscellaneous; n.d., 1940, 1941.

Series 10. Career: Consultation; n.d, 1939, 1947-1948.
1.
Arctic Exploration Co.; 1947.
2. Havenstrite Mining Co.: Mud Creek; 1947-1948.
3. Innoko River Placer; 1939
4. Ready Bullion Report; n.d.

Series 11. Career: Wild Lake Mining Company; n.d., 1943-1952, 1954.
1.
Wild Lake History; n.d.
2. Correspondence; n.d., 1943-1949.
3. Receipts, statements, and cancelled checks; 1945-1952.
4. Unemployment Compensation Commission of Alaska; 1950.
5. Maps of claims; n.d. , 1944.
6. Legal documents: Copartnership and power of attorney (Doheny/ Thorne/Brown); 1943.
7. Legal documents: Power of attorney to locate; 1943-1945.
8. Legal documents: Leases; 1945-1947, 1949, 1950.
9. Legal documents: Location notices and certificates; 1944-1945, 1947.
10. Legal documents: Staking agreements; 1944-1945.
11. Notice of intention to hold; 1945-1949.
12. Quit claim deeds and terminations of agreements; 1944, 1945, 1947.
13. Partnership income tax; 1950-1952, 1954.

Box 6

14. Balance sheets; 1945, 1949-1950.
15. Grub list; 1945.
16. Equipment list; 1947.
17. Boring logs; 1950-1951.
18. Petition for Mail Service; n.d.
19. Elmer Hayes Ground; n.d.
20. Hans Leichman Account; 1944-1945.
21. Frank Smith; 1944-1947.
22. Emil Usibelli; 1948.

Series 12. Career: University of Alaska, School of Mines; 1947, 1951, 1952.
1.
Correspondence; 1947, 1952.
2. Appointment to teach; 1951.

Series 13. Career: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 1951-1953.
1.
Correspondence and personnel records; 1951-1953.
2. Placer claims incident; 1952.

Series 14. Career: Miscellaneous Mining; n.d., 1934-1948.
1.
Charts and data (mining equipment); n.d., 1942 (9 b&w photos).
2. Equipment parts list; n.d.
3. Mining notebook; 1934-1948.
4. Pocket notebook: mining notes; n.d. , 1941.
5. Map: Civilian Defense Airfield, Chena Slough; n.d.
6. Map: U.S.G.S. Seward Peninsula; 1935.
7. Climatological and Work Feasibility Chart-Fairbanks, Alaska; Base Weather Station, Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska; Prepared by Captain Roger L. Arnold and Corporal Denneth H. Kinnard; Jan. 7, 1947 (Oversize, 22 X 29 inches, located in Flat Cabinets)
8. Miscellaneous mining records; n.d.

Series 15. Business Papers; 1934, 1939-1951.
1.
Correspondence - General; 1934, 1939-1940; (General mining includes civil defense drawing, probably Fairbanks, and Fairbanks gold dredging corporation).
2. Correspondence; 1941.
3. Correspondence; 1942.

Box 7

4. Correspondence; 1945-1947.
5. Correspondence; 1948-1949.
6. Correspondence; 1950-1951.
7. Matt Jarvi: Taxes; 1944-1946.
8. Joe Jermin: Legal documents; 1945.
9. Mary Peterson; 1939, 1946-1947.
10. Peterson: Income tax; 1943-1946.

Series 16. Other Business; 1935, 1942, 1943, 1945-1947, 1949.
1.
DeLong Construction Company (Tony Srccia: "Observatory"); Jan.-July 1947.
2. Waskey Act; 1945.
3. Unemployment information; 1946, 1949.
4. Blank forms: Mining; 1935.
5. Blank forms: Miscellaneous legal; 1939, 1942, 1943.

PART 2. OLGA STRANDBERG DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1925-1980.

Box 1

Series 1. Correspondence and Biographical Materials; n.d., 1925, 1936, 1940-1978.

Subseries 1a. Outgoing Correspondence; n.d., 1948-1973.
1.
Correspondence from Olga Doheny; n.d., 1948, 1950-1961, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1973.

Subseries 1b. Incoming Correspondence from Relatives (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1936, 1940, 1945-1977.
1.
Rev. Ed Doheny, M.M.; 1960.
2. Jenny Doheny; 1948, 1954.
3. Joe Doheny; 1958.
4. Katherine Doheny (Mrs. J. A.); n.d., 1953-1954.
5. Kathleen Doheny (Hennessey) and family; n.d., 1942, 1955,
6. Sr. Mary Virginia [Doheny]; 1951-1957.
7. Sr. Mary Virginia [Doheny]; n.d., 1959-1961, 1963-1965, 1968, 1973.
8. Mrs. William Doheny (mother-in-law); 1946.
9. Rev. William J. Doheny, C.S.C. (brother-in-law); 1945, 1952, 1975.
10. Arnie and Cleora Erickson; n.d., 1955, 1956, 1960, 1969, 1974.
11. Dot and Stan Erickson (daughter Jenny's in-laws); 1971, 1974.
12. Josephine Erickson (aunt); 1952.
13. Hufman Family; n.d., 1961-1962.
14. Agnes Johnson (cousin); 1952, 1955, 1964.
15. Genevieve Strandberg Kuntz (Missy) and Ike Kuntz; n.d., 1945, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1961-1964, 1969, 1970, 1973 (2 b&w photos).
16. Ingrid Peterson; n.d., 1958.
17. Vera Rathburn; n.d., 1957, 1964.
18. Strandberg Family; n.d., 1959, 1964, 1968, 1970, 1974.
Correspondents include brother Odin and nephews Doug, David, Sig, and Rudi Strandberg.
19. David and Jenny Strandberg; 1936, 1940, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950.
20. Harold and Barbara Strandberg; 1949, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1967, 1968, 1971-1973, 1975.
21. Ted and Peggy Strandberg; n.d., 1951, 1952, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1963-1965, 1967-1970, 1972, 1975, 1977 (15 color photos, 4 X 4 inch).
Those pictured in the photos include: Arne Erickson, Cleora Erickson, Genevieve Kuntz, and Peggy Strandberg.
22. William Strandberg; n.d., 1949, 1951, 1954, 1956, 1961.

Box 2

Subseries 1c. Incoming Correspondence from Friends (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1925, 1940-1978.
1.
Miscellaneous; 1925, 1943, 1945, 1947-1950.
2. Miscellaneous; 1951-1955.
3. Miscellaneous; 1956-1959 (1 b&w photo).
4. Miscellaneous; 1960-1963 (1 b&w photo).
5. Miscellaneous; 1964-1969.
6. Miscellaneous; n.d., 1970-1978.
7. Ag; 1950, 1953.
8. Cleora and J. G. Bachner; n.d., 1945, 1952, 1954-1957.
9. Charles Bunnell; 1951, 1952.
10. Montie Craig; n.d., 1961-1965, 1974, 1975.
11. William Egan; 1963.
12. Elizabeth Hastings; n.d., 1953.
13. Natalie Hewlitt; n.d., 1961-1963.
14. Norine Hope; 1959, 1960.
15. Mrs. Thomas Howard; n.d., 1945.
16. Lillian Jones; 1961.
17. Fannie Mae and George McDaniels; n.d ., 1950.
18. Gladys McMahan; n.d., 1974.
19. Frances Mendoza; 1953, 1958, 1961.
20. Belle Morgan; 1957, 1959, 1960.
21. Lela Oman; 1954, 1956, 1964, 1965, 1971.
22. Alice O'Neill; n.d., 1947, 1948, 1951.

Box 3

23. Doris Phillips; 1958, 1960 1961, 1965, 1967.
24. Kay Reese/O'Grady; n.d., 1959, 1961, 1963, 1964.
25. Kathy and LeVake Renshaw; 1957.
26. Clyde Rowan; 1964, 1965.
27. Clara Seater; n.d., 1959-1962, 1964, 1967, 1973 (1 b&w photo).
28. Helen Stragier; n.d., 1952, 1953, 1964.
29. Lucille and Sid Vorter; 1933-1975 (6 color photos).
30. Marcel and Family; 1957, 1962.
31. Personal business matters and other; n.d., 1940, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1963, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1976.

Subseries 1d. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Biographical Materials; n.d., 1915, 1933, 1935, 1938, 1944-1977.
1.
Christmas card lists and 5 X 7 inch copy neg of Doheny family greeting card; n.d.
2. Lists: Miscellaneous; n.d.
3. Lists of cards, letters, and flowers received; n.d.
4. Correspondence of others; 1915, 1933, 1947-1949, 1976.
5. Alaska greeting cards; n.d.
6. Membership and identification cards; n.d., 1944, 1951, 1953-1956, 1958-1960, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1976.
7. Tickets and business cards; n.d., 1954, 1958-1961, 1966-1967, 1975.
8. Religious items: Miscellaneous (mostly prayer cards); n.d., 1956, 1963, 1973.
-Parish Census card for Doheny family; n.d.
-Hakon Christensen and E. Wells Ervin memorial card; Apr. 14, 1956.
-Sister M. Virginia, O.P., Covenant of Saint Catherine, Racine, Wisconsin (memorial card for 50 year religious profession); Aug. 4, 1963.
-Harry John Hill memorial card; Jan. 1973.
9. Poetry; n.d.
-"Painting the Bedpan."
-"Dear Alaska" (song lyrics).
10. Photo and other post cards; n.d., 1948, 1964 (6 different).
-"Old Man Alaska, Total Population...85,000" art card with Alaska map and statistics; F.M. Menager; 1948 (b&w, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-"The Alaska Railroad streamliner AuRoRa at Anchorage passenger station the morning of April 11, 1964, ready to pull out for Fairbanks - the first passenger train to run north from Anchorage after the devastating earthquake of March 27, 1964." (2 copies, color, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-"An Alaska Hospital and Church"; n.d. (b&w, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-"Seldovia, Alaska" aerial; n.d. (b&w, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-Santa Claus House, North Pole, Alaska ; n.d. (color, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-"Fairbanks, Alaska" aerial of city near Chena River; Mike Roberts Kodakrome color card; n.d. (6 X 9 inch).
11. Wedding Announcements: Family; n.d., 1961, 1966, 1968-1970, 1972, 1974.
Jenny Doheny, 1961; Margaret Gail Strandberg, 1966; William 1). Kuntz, 1969; Arne G. Erickson, 1972; Sigvald John Strandberg, n.d.; E. Odin Strandberg Jr., 1968; James Stephen Strandberg, 1972; Douglas Frank Strandberg, 1970; David Harold Strandberg, 1961, 1974.
12. Wedding Announcements: Not family; n.d., 1945, 1955-1957, 1959, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1974.

Box 4

13. Invitations; n.d., 1945, 1949, 1955-1964, 1966-1969, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1977.
Includes: Spring Party, Rusty Amason/Vic Rivers, 4/15/55; William K. Egan inauguration, 1/17/59; Walter J. Hickel Inauguration, 1/14/67; J. Hammond nnauguration, 1/18/75; Governor's Holiday Ball, 1968; Pioneer Auxiliary #4 50th Anniversary, 1969; Alaska World Affairs Council, 1958; Alaska Constitutional Convention, Opening Ceremony/Official Tea, 1955.
14. Graduation Announcements: Family; 1935, 1938, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1975.
Genevieve Strandberg, 1935; John k. Erickson, 1938; David Harold Strandberg, 1957; E. Odin Strandberg Jr., 1959; Sigvald John Strandberg, 1961; Douglas F. Strandberg, 1963; Joseph E. Kuntz, 1968; Steven Frederick Strandberg, 1973; Baerent Rudolph Strandberg, 1975.
15. Day, address and birthday books and pages(4 different); n.d, 1963, 1974.
16. Notebooks and pages; Miscellaneous subjects (11 different); n.d.

Series 2. Education; 1918-1921, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1966.
1.
Report cards (Otter school); 1918-1921 (4 different).
2. Anchorage High School Diploma; 1928.
3. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Semester records; 1929, 1931 (2 different).
4. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Diploma (on parchment); May 18, 1932.
-B.A. in English and Language Education.
5. Anchorage Community College: Accounting course materials;1956-1957.
6. Anchorage Community College: Accounting course materials: Journals, registers, and general ledger; 1956.
7. Anchorage Community College: Education 428 Occupational Information; 1966.
8. LaSalle Extension University: Letters; 1960.

Box 5

Series 3. Legal Papers; n.d., 1910, 1911, 1931, 1932, 1945-1963, 1967-1969, 1974, 1979.

Subseries 3a. Personal; n.d., 1910, 1911, 1931, 1932, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1958,1959, 1974, 1979.
1.
Voter registration card; n.d.
2. Passport information; 1974 (includes 1 b&w photo print, 1 b&w negative of Olga Doheny).
3. Wills; 1945, 1959, 1979.
4. Marriage certificate; 1931 (2 copies).
5. Certificates and memberships; 1932, 1952, 1953, 1958.
-Alaska Teacher's Certificate; June 1, 1932.
6. Birth and Baptism certificates; 1910, 1911.
7. Legal Documents not Olga Doheny's; 1947, 1949, 1959.
-Deed Creating Tenancy by the Entirety between R.M. and Alma B. Hurlbut, and John S.and LaRue Marjorie Hellenthal concerning south Anchorage lot; July 7, 1947.
-Last Will and Testament of Emil Pfeil; Aug. 16, 1949.
-Letter receiving Sydney Laurence landscape painting for consignment, signed by Mel Kohler of Mel Kohler Interiors, Anchorage; Dec. 1, 1959.

Subseries 3b. Estate; 1947, 1948, 1951-1963, 1967-1969.
1.
Larry Doheny: Funeral, death, and estate records; 1947, 1952-1954.
2. Estate of Jenny Strandberg; 1958.
3. Estate of James Norris; 1947, 1948, 1952-1957, 1959-1963, 1967, 1968.
4. Norris coal property; 1951, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1961, 1962, 1968, 1969.

Subseries 3c. Property; n.d., 1952, 1966-1970.
1.
Lakehurst properties; n.d., 1952, 1966-1970.

Series 4. Employment Records; n.d., 1960-1978.
1.
Correspondence; 1965, 1966, 1969-1973.
2. Letters of commendation: Governors Egan and Hammond; 1973, 1975.
3. Awards and recognition; 1970, 1971, 1974, 1975.
4. Activity reports; 1968, 1972.
5. Health/life insurance; 1964, 1972, 1975, 1976. 6. Job Descriptions; n.d., 1968, 1970.
7. Payroll; 1960, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1968-1970, 1972-1976.
8. Performance evaluations; 1964-1966, 1968-1974, 1976, 1977.
9. Retirement; n.d., 1964-1977.
10. Social Security; n.d., 1953, 1954, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1973, 1975-1978.
11. Vacation and sick leave; 1963-1977.
12. Training; n.d., 1971-1973.
13. Alcoholism counseling workshop; Oct. 30-Nov. 3, 1972.
14. First Alaska Surveying and Mapping Convention, Anchorage (program and publications); Feb. 16-18, 1966.

Box 6

15. Photographs; n.d. (1 b&w print, 8 X 10 inch; 1 color print, 5 X 7 inch).
16. Miscellaneous notes; n.d., 1964, 1969-1972.
17. Time reports; 1975, 1977.
18. Unemployment insurance; n.d., 1972, 1973, 1975-1978.

Series 5. Organizations; n.d., 1943, 1950-1980.
1.
Alaska Festival of Music (patronage letter); 1971.
2. Anchorage Concert Association (concert notice); 1961.
3. Anchorage Women's Club (yearbook); 1953-1954.
4. Greater Anchorage Chamber of Commerce (list of civic and service clubs); n.d.
5. Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP): Senior Citizens' Division (newsletter); Nov. 20, 1978.
6. Older Persons Action Group (membership materials); n.d., 1974.
7. South Addition Community Council (bylaws); 1975.
8. American Institute of Mining and Engineering; 1960.
-Registration list for Fifth Annual Mining, Minerals and Petroleum Conference, Apr. 11-13, 1960.
9. Cook Inlet Historical Society (includes articles of incorporation, constitution, bylaws, meeting minutes, membership lists, membership cards, financial reports, newsletters, correspondence, and other materials); n.d., 1955-1959, 1962-1964, 1966, 1967.
10. Pioneers of Alaska (includes, banquet committee, convention, auxilliary records); 1954, 1955, 1957, 1961.
11. Pioneers of Alaska; n.d., 1962.
12. Red Cross, American; 1943, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1963.
13. Republican Party: Correspondence; n.d., 1953-1956, 1959, 1978.
14. Republican Party (platforms, rules, meeting minutes, resolutions, convention records, etc.); 1950, 1952-1954.
15. Republican Party; 1958-1961, 1971.
16. Republican Party; n.d.

Box 7

17. Republican Party: Publications; 1951-1955.
18. Republican Women's Club (membership lists, announcements, and handbook); n.d., 1952-1955.
19. Republican Political Party Proxies; 1954.
20. University of Alaska Alumni Association (primarily correspondence); 1949-1951, 1953-1957.
21. University of Alaska Alumni Association; n.d., 1958-1961, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1978, 1980.
22. Miscellaneous Civic Organizations; n.d., 1961, 1962.

Series 6. Fiscal Records; n.d., 1948-1977.
1.
Household expenses; n.d., 1953, 1954, 1957-1959, 1962, 1969, 1970-1973, 1977.
2. Household inventory; n.d., 1948.
3. Check registers; n.d, 1954-1956, 1963, 1966.
4. Alaska Longevity Bonus Program: State regulations for qualification; Oct. 1, 1975.

Series 7. Health Records; 1946, 1959, 1963, 1966-1971.
1.
Automobile accident; 1946.
2. Diet logs; 1959, 1963, 1966-1971.

PART 3. MICHAEL J. DOHENY PAPERS; n.d., 1942-1977.

Box 1

Series 1. Subject Files (Arranged alpabetically); n.d., 1942-1977.
1.
Artwork (juvenile); n.d.
2. Cards: Greeting cards; n.d., 1954, 1962, 1964.
3. Cards: Post cards; n.d. (8 color photo post cards, 3½ X 5½ inch).
-Hong Kong (4 cards).
-Memphis and Memphis Naval Air Station (3 cards).
-Richard Nixon and family at piano (1 card).
4. Cards: Religious cards; n.d., 1944 (3 cards).
5. Certificate of Baptism and remembrance of first holy communion; 1944, 1945.
6. Civic Organizations; 1955, 1957, 1959, 1964.
-Cook Inlet Historical Society: charter membership certificate and 2 membership cards; 1955, 1957, 1959.
-Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo No. 15: meeting notice concerning mortgage for new building; 1964.
7. College: Miscellaneous, 1954, 1965.
8. College: Engineering and drawing course, 1955-1956.
9. College: State College of Washington, 1954.
10. College: University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1954-1956, 1975.
11. Correspondence; 1941, 1942, 1945, 1948, 1949, 1954-1958.
12. Correspondence; 1959-1960.
13. Correspondence, n.d., 1962, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1976, 1977.
14. Elementary School: Report cards, 1939-1948.
15. Employment records; n.d., 1953-1954, 1961.
16. Employment records: City of Anchorage; 1965, 1967-1970.
17. High school (report cards, diploma and tassle, and reunion materials); 1950-1954, 1974.
18. Insurance: Automobile; 1962-1965.
19. Insurance: Life; 1971.
20. Lakehurst Property; n.d., 1966.

Box 2

21. Legal matters; 1958, 1970, 1972, 1973.
22. Military Service; 1952, 1956, 1957 1960, 1962.
-Civil Air Patrol, USAF Auxiliary, certificate of completion for Summer Encampment Training Couse at Elmendorf Air Force Base; Aug. 15, 1952 (Oversize, located in Flat Cabinets).
23. Military Service: Training notebook; n.d.
24. Motor vehicle accidents; 1964-1969.
25. Personal financial matters; 1951, 1964, 1967, 1969-1971.
26. Social Security card and information; n.d., 1972, 1973.
27. Teamsters Union; 1961, 1968-1969, 1975.
28. Trade Unions; n.d., 1954, 1955, 1960, 1961.
29. Workmen's compensation claim; n.d., 1970-1973, 1975.
30. Miscellaneous items; n.d.

PART 4. CALVERT SCHOOL HOME INSTRUCTION COURSES; n.d., 1931, 1940, 1941, 1945-1953.

Box 1

Series 1. Instructional Materials; 1931, 1940, 1941, 1945-1947, 1949.
1.
Lesson Manuals: Grades 4-6. 1947-48 Edition "A" of Complete Home Instruction Course (six volumes); 1947.
-Fourth Year-First Half.
-Fourth Year-Second Half.
-Fifth Year-Firt Half.
-Fifth Year-Second Half.
-Sixth Year-First Half.
-Sixth Year-Second Half.

Box 2

2. Lesson Manuals: Post-Graduate Courses (8 volumes); 1945, 1949.
-American History; 1945.
-Grammar and Composition; 1945.
-English Literature; 1945.
-Geography; 1945.
-Latin; 1945.
-Mathematics; 1949.
-Science; 1945.
-Spanish; 1945.
3. Study Guides/Workbooks (4 volumes); 1931, 1940, 1941, 1946.
-Study Guide Lessons in Geography, Book III: Europe; By W.R. McConnell, Department of Geography, Miami University; St. Louis, Mo.: Webster Pubishing Co., 1931.
-Experiences in Geography: The United States in the Modern World; By W.R. McConnell, Miami University; New York: Rand McNally & Comapany, 1940 (1946 Edition).
-Study Guides in Geography: South America; By W.R. McConnell; St. Louis, Mo.: Webster Publishing Co., 1929, 1941.
General Mathematics Workbook; By Edgerton and Carpenter; Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1946.

Box 3

4. Miscellaneous lesson pictures, answers, addenda, tests, and teaching aids; n.d.

Box 4

Series 2. Course Work; n.d., 1947-1953.
1.
Michael Doheny: Year Five Reports and Miscellaneous Course Work; 1948-49.
2. Michael Doheny: Year Five Book of Work (160 pp.); 1948.
3. Michael Doheny: Year Six Reports and Miscellaneous Course Work; 1949-1950.
4. Michael Doheny: Course Work in Biology and Geography; 1952.
5. Michael Doheny: Course Work in English; 1953.
6. Michael Doheny; Miscellaneous Lesson Books and Reference Materials, n.d., 1941, 1950.

Box 5

7. Kathleen Doheny: Year Five Reports and Miscellaneous Course Work; 1948-1949.
8. Kathleen Doheny: Year Five Book of Work; 1949.
9. Kathleen Doheny: Year Six Report and Book of Work; 1949.
10. Kathleen Doheny: Study Guide Lessons in Geograpy, Book III: Europe; n.d.

Box 6

11. Jenny Doheny: Spelling/Penmanship Workbook; 1947.
12. Jenny Doheny: Year Six Reports and Miscellaneous Course Work, 1948-1951.
13. Jenny Doheny: Year Four Book of Work; 1950.
14. Jenny Doheny: Science Workbooks, n.d.

PART 5. DOHENY FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS, FILM, AND SOUND RECORDINGS; n.d., 1917-1977.

Note: For other photographs of the family of Lawrence and Olga Doheny, see the photographic parts of the Johanson-Erickson Family Collection and the David and Jenny Strandberg Family Collection.

Box 1 (Album 1)

Subgroup A. Photographs and Slides; n.d., 1920s- 1970s (2,714 b&w prints; 1,014 color prints; 947 b&w negatives; 1,012 color negatives; 126 color slides, 35mm; 16 color transparencies, 120mm).

Series 1. Lawrence Doheny Photos; n.d., ca. 1920s-1950 (281 b&w prints; 2 color prints; 34 b&w negatives).
1.
New Mexico and Early Alaska Album (xerographic copy and album cover); ca. 1920s (53 pp., located in Box 11).
Note: Prints were removed from the original album to reassemble original photo lots and to make them more accessible (front and back) to researchers.
Includes photos of family, friends, children, native peoples and buildings, and construction of roads and bridges.
2. New Mexico and Early Alaska Album (prints); ca. 1920s. (163 b&w prints).
3. Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1928, 1940 (74 b&w prints; 2 color prints; 7 b&w negatives: 5-120mm, 2-3½ X 6 inch).
Includes photos from the New Mexico School of Mines and the University of Alaska.
4. Miscellaneous New Mexico photos; ca. 1920s. (19 b&w prints).
Includes 7 photos of the construction and dedication of the Chimayo Dam.
5. New Mexico and early Alaska negatives (original); ca. 1925 (27 b&w negatives: 23-3½ X 6 inch, 1-2¾ X 4½ inch, 3-120mm).
Includes photos of reindeer herd and herders.
6. Sister Mary Virginia Doheny (sister): Misc. photos and portraits; n.d., 1938, 1954 (5 b&w prints)
7. Monsignor William D. Doheny (brother): Misc. photos and portraits; n.d., 1934, 1952 (8 b&w prints, 1 Christmas greeting card with inside photo of private audience of the judges of the Sacred Roman Rota during the Feast of the Maternity of Our Lady, Oct. 11, 1952, 5 X 6¼ inch).
8. Wisconsin friends and relatives, Doheny house; n.d. (11 b&w prints).

Box 2 (Album 2)

Series 2. Miscellaneous Doheny Family Photos: (Arranged by family member or subject); n.d., 1949-1976 (264 b&w prints; 156 color prints; 31 b&w negatives; 24 color negatives; 5 color slides, 35mm; 16 color transparencies, 120mm).
1.
Olga Strandberg Doheny: Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1971, 1977 (10 b&w prints, 3 color prints).
2. Michael J. Doheny: Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1957 (55 b&w prints; 13 color prints; 15 b&w negatives, 120mm; 1 color negative, 35mm).
Includes photos from military service in the U.S. Marine Corps.
3. Kathleen Doheny: Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1949, 1954-1956, 1958, 1959, 1961 (55 b&w prints; 21 color prints; 5 b&w negatives, 4-4 X 5 inch, 1-5 X 7 inch; 6 color negatives, 120mm).
4. Kathleen Doheny and Calvert Cross: Wedding and miscellaneous photos; n.d., 1954, 1955, 1958 (24 b&w prints; 9 color prints; 5 color negatives, 120mm; 16 color transparencies, 120mm).

Box 3 (Album 3)

5. Kathleen Doheny Hennessey and family; Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1965, 1978 (7 b&w prints; 71 color prints).
6. Jenny Doheny: Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d. (12 b&w prints).
7. Jenny Doheny and Donald Huffman: engagement, wedding, and honeymoon photos and portraits; 1960, 1961 (35 b&w prints; 3 color prints; 5 color slides, 35mm).
8. Doheny Children (Michael, Kathleen, and Jenny); misc. photos and portraits; n.d., 1955 (11 b&w prints; 4 color prints; 3 b&w negatives: 1-120mm, 1-3 X 5 inch, 1-2.75 X 4.5 inch; 8 color negatives, 120mm).
9. Miscellaneous Doheny family photos (Larry, Olga, children, and relatives); n.d. (22 b&w prints)
10. Stefn Erickson (son of Donald Hufman and Jenny Doheny; adopted son on Dennis Erickson): Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1963 (18 b&w prints; 14 color prints).
11. Children of Dennis Erickson and Jenny Doheny Erickson (Erika, Mikel, Serena, etc.); Miscellaneous photos and portraits; n.d., 1969, 1970, 1976 (11 b&w prints; 17 color prints; 8 b&w negatives, 35mm).
12. Immaculate Conception School, Fairbanks: Class photos (Jenny Doheny's classes); ca. late 1940s (4 b&w prints, 1 color print).

Box 4 (Album 4)

Series 3. Black and White Family Photo Sets (Arranged chronologically); n.d., 1917-1966 (781 b&w prints; 838 b&w negatives).
1.
Public School, Flat, Alaska (includes Olga Strandberg); ca. 1917, 1920 (9 prints, 5 different; 4 copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch).
2. Fairbanks flood; ca. 1920s (4 prints, 1.75 X 2.75 inch).
3. Olga Strandberg, friends, family, and scenery: Anchorage and College, Alaska; ca. 1920s (42 prints, 1.75 X 2.75 inch).
4. Doheny Family Album: Early childhood photos of Michael and Kathleen (xerographic copy); mid-1930s to mid-1940s (48 pp., located in Box 11).
Note: Prints were removed from the original album to reassemble original photo lots and to make the prints more accessible (front and back) to researchers.
5. Childhood Photos of Michael, Kathleen, and Jenny Doheny: prints from 2.75 X 4.5 inch negatives; mid-1930s to mid-1940s (175 prints).
6. Childhood Photos of Michael, Kathleen, and Jenny Doheny: 2.75 X 4.5 inch negatives; mid-1930s to mid-1940s (194 negatives).

Box 5 (Album 5)

7. Childhood Photos of Michael and Kathleen Doheny: prints from 120 size negatives; mid-late 1930s (121 prints).
8. Childhood Photos of Michael and Kathleen Doheny: 120 size negatives; mid-late 1930s (119 negatives).
9. Doheny Family Candle Creek photos; ca. late 1930s (17 contact prints, 1 original print; 16 negatives, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
10. Fairbanks Dog Derby (including photos of Leonhard Seppala); ca. late 1930s (11 prints).
11. Mamouth skull and tusks; ca. 1930s. (7 prints).
12. Kathleen Doheny: Fairbanks photos with family, friends, dogs, airplanes, etc. (46mm); n.d., 1947 (95 prints: 69 contact, 13-3.5 X 5 inch, 1-5 X 7 inch; 126 negatives, 46mm).
13. Doheny Family photos from McGrath, Stephens Village, and Wild Lake: prints; ca. late 1940s (134 prints; 2 proof sheets).
Includes placer mining photos.
14. Doheny Family photos from McGrath, Stephens Village, and Wild Lake: negatives; ca. late1940s (83 negatives: 58-2.75 X 4.5 inch, 25-120 size).

Box 6 (Album 6)

15. Fairbanks Dog Derby: queen crowning ceremony on Chena River near Fairview Hotel; ca. late 1940s (9 prints; 12 negatives, 46mm).
16. Parade in Anchorage; ca. 1950 (11 prints; 12 negatives, 120 size).
17. Doheny family at home: Larry, Olga, Michael, Kathleen; ca. 1950 (6 prints; 2 negatives, 5 negatives, 120 size)
18. Doheny family outings, camping trips, and Anchorage Fur Rendezvous sled dog races (including those with Calvert Cross); ca. early 1950s (69 prints; 135 negatives, 120 size).
19. Doheny Family and Calvert Cross at Eureka Roadhouse; ca. mid 1950s (8 prints; 9 negatives, 120 size).
20. Olga Doheny and Arne Erickson at Crow Creek Mine with friends; ca. late 1950s (3 prints, 46mm).
21. Stefn Erickson's birthday party; ca. Dec. 1963 (16 prints; 17 negatives, 120 size).
22. Sister Mary Virginia Doheny, and Erickson families visiting Crow Creek Mine area; 1965 (16 prints; 23 negatives, 120 size).
23. Dohenys and Stefn Erickson; ca. 1966 (23 prints; 37 negatives, 35mm).
24. Doheny house, yard, interior, and neighborhood in Anchorage; n.d. (2 prints; 44 negatives, 120 size).

Series 4. Color Family Photo Sets (Arranged chronologically); 1948, 1952-1977 (842 color prints; 988 color negatives).
1.
Doheny family group photos on steps; ca. 1948. (5 brown tone, monochrome negatives, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
2. Fishing boat and drilling rig (Kodacolor prints); Processed Aug. 4, 1952 (10 prints; 12 negatives, 120mm).
3. Christmas Dinner; ca. 1952, Processed Apr. 20, 1953 (7 prints; 11 negatives, 120 size).
4. Graduation ceremony, napping on couch; 1953, processed June 1, 1953 (2 prints, 9 negatives, 120 size).
5. William Strandberg, Olga Doheny, Michael Doheny and friends at Christmas Party, Crow Creek Mine buildings; ca. early 1950s (19 prints; 19 negatives, 120 size).
6. Stefn Erickson, Olga Doheny, and Michael Doheny; ca. 1966 (10 prints, 12 negatives, 120 size).
7. Stefn Erickson at Easter pageant, at play; ca. 1966 (7 prints; 9 negatives, 35mm).
8. Stefn Erickson's birthday party; ca. Dec. 1966 (12 prints; 12 negatives, 35mm).
9. Erickson/Doheny Christmas party; ca. 1966 (16 prints; 16 negatives, 35mm).
10. Kathleen Doheny Hennessey and family visit home to Anchorage; Olga and Michael Doheny visit Genevieve Strandberg Kuntz in Arcata California; ca. 1967 (37 prints; 37 negatives, 35mm).
11. Stefn Erickson on family outings; ca. Summer-fall 1967 (9 prints; 18 negatives, 35mm).
12. Michael Doheny's damaged car; Stefn Erickson and baby stroller; ca. 1967 (12 prints; 12 negatives, 35mm).
13. Stefn and Dennis Erickson and play fort; ca. 1967 (4 prints; 4 negatives, 35mm).

Box 7 (Album 7)

14. Matanuska Glacier, Michael Doheny and Stefn Erickson; ca, 1967 (9 prints; 12 negatives, 35mm).
15. Michael Doheny and Stefn Erickson: plane ride home and Erickson home; ca. 1967 (18 prints, 22 negatives).
16. Stefn Erickson trick or treating on Halloween and birthday party; ca. 1967 (12 prints, 15 negatives, 35mm).
17. Stefn Erickson birthday party; ca. 1967 (14 prints, 14 negatives, 35mm).
18. New baby Erika Erickson at Dennis Erickson home; Arne and Cleora Erickson at party; ca. 1967 (18 prints, 18 negatives, 35mm).
19. Erickson/Doheny family Christmas Party; ca. 1967 (17 prints, 17 negatives, 35mm).
20. Erickson family gift giving; family reunion at Crow Creek Mine; 1967-1968 (30 print; 44 negatives, 35mm).
21. Family reunion at Crow Creek Mining Camp and Stefn Erickson at play; ca. 1968 (29 prints; 32 negatives; 35mm).
22. Family dinner at restaurant and Michael Doheny and Stefn Erickson visit Japanese ship; ca. 1968 (18 prints; 18 negatives, 35mm).
23. Michael Doheny birthday party; ca. 1968 (15 prints, 18 negatives, 35mm).
24. Arne Erickson's birthday party at Crow Creek Mine, family reunion, and trip to Homer; 1968 (63 prints; 67 negatives, 35mm).
25. Stefn Erickson birthday party, Erickson home; ca. Dec. 1971 (18 prints, 18 negatives, 35mm).
26. Dennis Erickson at high school, shop building; fall 1972 (14 prints; 19 negatives, 35mm).
27. Halloween trick or treating and children playing on slide; fall-winter 1972 (17 prints; 20 negatives, 35mm).
28. Michael Doheny birthday party, sunset over Cook Inlet; ca. 1972 (14 prints, 15 negatives, 35mm).
29. Doheny family picnic with friends; ca. 1972 (12 prints, 25 negatives, 35mm).
30. Judo class, sledding near glacier, and storage buildings; Dec. 1972 (13 prints; 19 negatives, 35mm).
31. Bethel area and paving road from Bethel airport to town; sunset on Cook Inlet; 1971 (44 prints; 53 negatives, 35mm).

Box 8 (Album 8)

32. Olga Doheny's trip to England and France, visit to Hennessey family, etc.; ca. 1973 (49 prints; 76 negatives, 35mm).
33. Family Picnic; Aug. 1973 (8 prints).
34. Gathering at vacation cabin in woods; sunset; ca. 1975 (20 prints; 21 negatives, 35mm).
35. Doheny home (12th and B Street, Anchorage) and sunset; ca. 1975 (8 prints; 8 negatives, 35mm).
36. Sunset and bicentennial parade in Anchorage; 1976 (16 prints; 16 negatives, 35mm).
37. Union 76 building construction and sunset on Cook Inlet; ca. spring 1976 (20 prints; 20 negatives, 35mm).
38. Native woman in office and winter sunset; ca. 1976 (14 prints; 17 negatives, 35mm).
39. School band concert, etc.; ca. 1976 (7 prints; 8 negatives, 35mm).
40. Doheny home and family gathering; ca. winter 1976 (15 prints; 16 negatives, 35mm).
41. Christmas at Erickson home; ca. 1976 (19 prints; 19 negatives, 35mm).
42. Erickson children and Anchorage Fur Rendezvous parade; ca. 1977 (20 prints; 20 negatives, 35mm).
43. Doheny/Erickson visit to Crow Creek Mine; ca. Summer 1977 (53 prints; 57 negatives, 35mm).
44. Erickson family dogs; ca. 1977 (7 prints; 13 negatives).
45. Misc. Doheny/Erickson family photos and photo sets; n.d., 1950, 1952, 1955, 1958, 1960s and 1970s (66 prints; 75 negatives: 74-35mm; 1-46mm).

Series 5. Miscellaneous Photographs and Photo Post Cards (Primarily unidentified); n.d., 1934, 1944, 1949, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1957 (546 b&w prints; 14 color prints; 44 b&w negatives).
1.
Individual men; n.d., 1949, 1955 (58 b&w prints ; 1 color print; 6 mounted prints located in Box 11).
2. Individual women; n.d., 1910, 1934, 1944, 1951, 1954, 1957 (59 b&w prints; 3 mounted prints located in Box 11).

Box 9 (Album 9)

3. Individuals and groups of children; n.d., 1913, 1917, 1945-1950, 1961 (112 b&w prints; 3 color prints; 4 mounted prints located in Box 11).
4. Groups; n.d., 1921, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1957 (125 b&w prints; 4 mounted prints located in Box 11).
5. Animals; n.d. (25 b&w prints; 2 negatives:1-2.75 X 4.5 inch; 1-3.5 X 6 inch).
6. Buildings and structures; n.d. (36 b&w prints)
Includes 7 photos of the University of Washington campus in Seattle.
7. Scenery; n.d., 1927, 1951, 1978 (22 b&w prints; 3 color prints; 2 negatives, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
Includes 5 photos of aurora borealis from unknown town.
-Scenic view of riverboat by river: "Fairbanks - By Rev. P.E. Baisler - July 1st, 1927, at Midnight."
8. Misc. subjects; n.d. (11 b&w prints).

Box 10 (Album 10)

9. Misc. 2.75 X 4.5 inch negatives; n.d. (27 b&w negatives).
10. Misc. 3.5 X 6 inch negatives; n.d. (8 b&w negatives).
11. Photo Post Cards and other scenic views; n.d., 1915, 1941 (49 post cards: 42 b&w, 7 color; 5 b&w copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch).
Those identified include:
Anchorage:
-"New Townsite July 13 1915 Anchorage Alaska."
-"Tent Town Anchorage Alaska."
-"Fourth and D Sts. Anchorage, Alaska." Street scene near McKinley Block building; ca. 1920s.
-"Anchorage, Alaska" Street scene near Empress Theatre; C.L. Johnson; ca. 1920s.
-"Anchorage Alaska" Aerial view of city from the west; n.d.
-"President Harding arrives from Fairbanks-July 17, 1923" President stepping down from railroad car; Bragaw photo.

Fairbanks:
-"Dining Room, Nordale Hotel"; n.d.
-Nordale Hotel during flood; n.d.
-Miss Alaska with sash and fur mukluks, Fairbanks Ice Carnival; ca. 1930s.
-"The native pageant after the coronation of the queen." Fairbanks Ice Carnival; ca. 1930s.
-"Night scene of the throne, showing some of the fireworks." Fairbanks Ice Carnival; ca. 1930s.
-"Fairbanks, Alaska" Aerial view of city looking south above Cushman Street bridge over Chena River; No. P-1256; n.d.
-"An Alaskan Hospital and Church" View from across river; No. B-11; ca. 1940s.
-"Fairbanks Public School Bldg"; No. B-15; ca. 1940s.
-"Second & Cushman - Fairbanks Alaska" Night street scene; No. N-9; ca. 1940s
-"Outdoor Swimming - Fairbanks Alaska" Swimming pool; No. O-31; ca. 1940s.

Juneau and Southeast Alaska:
-"Juneau Alaska" View of city from hillside; n.d.
-"Bergs breaking from Taku Glacier, Alaska"; Otto Schallerer photo; ca. 1930s.
-"S.S. Northwestern in Alaska." Ice on ship; Thwaites photo, No. 4001; n.d.
-"S.S. Northwester After a Storm" Two men near rear of ship at dock; Thwaites photo, No. 4004; n.d.
-"100 Tons of Salt Ice. S.S. Northwestern. Alaska Coast." View from deck of ship; Thwaites
photo, No. 4006; n.d.
-"Ketchikan, Alaska." View down street toward Tsongass Narrows; Thwaites photo, No.
5013; n.d.
-"Skagway" View of docks and and city from Taiya Inlet; n.d.
-"Presbyterian Church Wrangell Alaska."; n.d.

Other areas:
-"Paxson Road House - Richardson Highway"; Cann, Fairbanks; n.d.
-"Kanatak, Alaska. The Oil Town." Aerial view; C.C.T.; n.d.
-"Copper Center Roadhouse"; Lew McFerran, photographer; Anderson's Scenic Postcards, Anchorage, Alaska (color photo).
-"Becker's Ocean Resort, Kalalock, Washington U.S. 101"; Jones, No. 3609; ca. 1941.
-"Office of Dr. Will H Chase, Cordova, Alaska"; n.d.
-Army Service Forces Training Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Nos. 1900-1909; ca. 1940s (10 views of facilities at army engineering school)

-Packets of scenic views of Dundee, Ireland (6 views), Disneyland, Anaheim, California (12 views, the Seattle, Washington area (9 views), and the State of Washington (20 views); n.d.

12. Sydney Lawrence Company photos of Anchorage area; n.d., 1913-1916 (21 b&w copy prints: 18-3.5 X 5.75 inch, 3-5 X 7 inch).
Includes street scenes, boats, parades, a baseball game, a fire, the Anchorage Fire Department, Ship Creek, public gatherings, and scenery, as well as a portrait of Sydney Lawrence.
Those photos with captions include:
-"The Anchorage Fire Department."
-"The Bleachers." Spectators on hillside.
-"Close Play Recreation Park July 4 1916."
-"The Flag Drill. July Fourth, 1916."
-"Ice Pack. Ship Creek March 22, 1916."
-"Unloading Freight Ship Cr. March 22, 1916."
-"School Children's Parade. Anchorage July 4th \16."

Box 11

Series 6. Color Slides (35mm); n.d., 1942, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1972. (121 slides).
1.
Lawrence Doheny in his graduation cap and gown, University of Alaska; 1942 (1 slide).
2. Grave at cemetery in Anchorage; ca. late 1950s (2 slides).
3. Jenny Doheny mowing lawn; summer 1960 (1 slide).
4. Arne Erickson with Stefn Erickson at Crow Creek Mining Camp; Summer 1962 (1 slide).
5. Michael Doheny photos of Doheny family, Jenny and Dennis Erickson family, and reunions at Crow Creek Mine; n.d., 1966-1967 (97 slides).
6. Wedding photos (unknown couple); 1972 (19 slides).

Subgroup B. Doheny Family Film; 1940-1961.

Series 1. Color Film (16mm); n.d., 1940-1942, 1953, 1960, 1961 (2 videocassettes; 11 reels, 650 ft.).
1.
VHS transfer copies; made 1989 (2-½ inch VHS videocassettes, 35 minutes each).
2. Original Kodachrome safety film reels; n.d., 1940-1942, 1953, 1960, 1961 (11 reels).
  1. Michael, Kathleen, and Jenny Doheny swimming; sailboats; waterfall; beach scene; ca. 1940 (50 feet).
  2. Jenny Strandberg's garden in Anchorage; Michael Doheny on ice skates; ca.1940 (50 feet).
  3. Michael Doheny in clown costume; Doheny children; children's parade in Anchorage; June, 1941 (50 feet).
  4. William Strandberg and unidentified woman; ca. Apr. 1942 (50 feet).
  5. Placer mining scenes: dredge, roads, hydraulic mining; bridge, mountains, Kathy Doheny and Calvert Cross at Eureka Roadhouse; ca. June 1953 (50 feet).
  6. Placer mining scenes: two sluices, gold in pan; ca. June 1953 (50 feet).
  7. Dohenys on trip down Chena River aboard paddlewheel steamer Bernadette in Fairbanks, riverboats on river; Doheny children sledding; ca. Late 1940s (50 feet).
  8. Glenn Highway and Matanuska Glacier; fishing from shore of lake; Kathleen Doheny's Graduation from Stanford University; Doheny children and Calvert Cross; ca. Mar. 1960 (50 feet).
  9. Kathleen Doheny's graduation from Stanford University; ca. Mar. 1960 (50 feet).
  10. Wedding of Jenny Doheny to Donald Hufman; 1961 (100 feet).
  11. Wedding reception for Jenny Doheny and Donald Hufman; wedding gifts; 1961 (100 feet).
3. Xerographic copies of original film boxes.

Subgroup C. Doheny Family Audiotapes; 1961, 1970, 1971.

Series 1. Reel to Reel Audiotapes; 1961.
1.
Unidentified reels (2 reels, 3 inch); May 29, 1961.

Series 2. Audiocassette; 1970 (1 audiocassette).
1.
"XMAS ... 70" Hennessey Family, sent to Olga Doheny (60 minutes); Christmas Day, 1970.

PART 6. PRINTED/PUBLISHED MATTER; n.d., 1921-1977.

Box 1

Series 1. Newspaper Clippings About Family Members (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1927-12932, 1951-1976.
1.
The Arts; n.d., 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1964.
2. Jenny Doheny; n.d., 1961, 1963.
3. Kathleen Doheny; n.d., 1954.
4. Larry Doheny; n.d., 1952.
5. Olga Doheny; n.d., 1931, 1932, 1977.
6. Arne S. Erickson; n.d., 1927, 1966, 1967.
7. Hans Erickson; ca. 1956.
8. John A. Erickson; n.d., 1956, 1967, 1971.
9. Josephine Erickson; ca. 1955.
10. Erickson/Johanson Family: Miscellaneous Clippings in Norwegian/Swedish; n.d.
11. Pioneers of Alaska; 1952, 1954, 1962, 1963.
12. David Strandberg; n.d., 1951.
13. Doug Strandberg; n.d.
14. Genevieve Strandberg; 1930.
15. Harold Strandberg; n.d., 1960, 1961, 1968.
16. Jenny Strandberg; n.d., 1946, 1951.
17. Odin Strandberg; n.d., 1954, 1965, 1976.
18. Theodore Strandberg; n.d., 1965.
19. William Strandberg; n.d., 1955, 1956, 1963.
20. Strandberg Family; n.d, 1951.
21. Miscellaneous; 1961, 1962, 1975, 1976.

Box 2 (Flat)

Series 2. Newspapers (Arranged chronologically); 1929, 1935, 1941, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1954, 1955, 1957-1965, 1967, 1968, 1971-1973, 1975, 1976.

1929
Cordova Daily Times; Apr. 26, May 2, 1929.
Chicago to Nome Fliers.
1935
Anchorage Daily Times; May 23, May 24, Aug. 15, Sep.9, 1935.
Matanuska Colonists (May 23 & 24); Will Rogers and Wiley Post Plane Crash Near Pt. Barrow (Aug. 15); Photographs of Will Rogers and Funeral Information (Sep. 15).
1941
The Alaskan; April 25; 1941.
Alaska Weekly (Seattle); Dec. 26; 1941.
1946
Anchorage News; July 13; 1946.
Article on Jenny Strandberg's Garden with Photographs.
1947
Jessen's Weekly; March 14, 21, 1947.
Article on Larry Doheny (P. 2), Story with Reference to Allen and Fickett and Goldrush (P. 1, 2)(Mar. 14); Article on Bill Strandberg (P. 24), Article on Larry Doheny (P. 25, 30), Article on the Dohenys (P. 32)(Mar. 21).
1949
Anchorage Daily News; June 4, 1949.
David Strandberg's Death.
Anchorage Daily Times; June 4, 1949.
David Strandberg's Death.
1954
The Alaska Weekly; Nov. 26, 1954.
"Reserved Lands of Alaska"; Article on Pioneers.
1955
Anchorage Daily News; Nov. 23, 1955.
Anchorage's 35th Anniversary.
Anchorage Daily Times; Nov. 23, 1955.
Anchorage's 35th Anniversary (Second section).
Anchorage Daily Times; Dec. 15, 1955 (p. 11).
"Mrs. L. Doheny Tells Tradition of Pioneer Family: Family Joins in Preparation of Yule Dishes."
1957
Anchorage Daily News; Jan. 25, 1957.
All-America City.
Anchorage Daily Times ; Jan. 26, 28, 1957.
All-America City Edition (112 pp.), "White Alice Communications System," Anchorage May Get First Commercial Atomic Plant, Anchorage Mayors Since 1920 with Photographs, "Alaska Command," Alaska District Corps of Engineers, College Site Chosen Near Goose Lake (Jan. 26); Victor C. Rivers (extra second section)(Jan. 28).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; November 20, 1957.
"Seaton Opens Arctic Gas, Oil"; "All Alaska Edition" (144 pp., 12 sections).
1958
Anchorage Daily News; June 30, July 1, Aug. 27, 28, 1958.
Statehood (June 30); Statehood (July 1)(second front section); Statehood (Aug. 27)(2 copies); Statehood Poster (Aug. 28).
Anchorage Daily Times; June 30, July 1, Aug. 25, 26, 27, 1958.
Statehood (June 30); Statehood (July 1); Statehood referendum ad (Aug. 25); Statehood (Aug. 26); Statehood Election (2 copies), Statehood Poster (1 copy)(Aug. 27).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; June 30, 1958.
Statehood (June 30).
1959
Anchorage Daily News; Jan. 3, 1959.
Statehood Final.
Anchorage Daily Times; Jan. 3, 1959.
Statehood Official.
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; Nov. 11, 1959.
"Predict Alaska to Boom"; "Blueprint of the Future"; "Initiative Sought on Capital Move."
1960
Anchorage Daily News; June 13, 1960.
Eisenhower's Visit to Alaska.
Anchorage Daily Times; May 19, June 13, 1960.
Caricatures of Local Business People (May 19); Eisenhower's Visit to Alaska (June 13).
1961
Anchorage Daily News; March 23, 1961.
Announcement of Jenny Doheny's Engagement to Don Hufman (1 page).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; November 15, 1961.
"All Alaska Edition."
Jessen's Weekly; June 4, 1961.
Wedding of Jenny Doheny and Donald Hufman (1 page)(2 copies).
1962
Anchorage Daily News ; Aug. 27, 1962.
Picture of Jenny and Stefn Hufman on Front Page.

Box 3 (Flat)

1963
Anchorage Daily News; Aug. 19, 20, 1963.
"Bill Strandberg Killed," "Col. O'Neill Assumes New Post at Ft. Rich," Article on Ralph J. Rivers (Aug. 19); Details of Bill Strandberg's Death, Pictures of Seldovia (Aug. 20).
Anchorage Daily Times; Aug. 19, 20, 21, 27, Nov. 22, Dec. 4, 1963.
"Bill Strandberg Killed by a Bear" (extra copy of pp. 11 - 20); Bill Strandberg's Death (Aug. 20); Bill Strandberg's Funeral (Aug. 21); "Shrinking Oil Lease Pattern" (Aug. 27); Kennedy's Assassination, Retrospect on Kennedy's Campaign in Alaska (Nov. 22)(2 copies); John Asplund elected chairman of new Anchorage Borough (Dec. 4).
Jessen's Weekly; Aug. 21, 1963.
Bill Strandberg's Death.
1964
Anchorage Daily News; Mar. 30, 31, Apr. 1, 2-4, 6, 7, 9-11, 13-18, 22, 28, 1964.
Earthquake Cleanup, 2 Pages of Photos; Port Pretty Good, Tonsina Expected to Dock, Others Too, Some Damage to Facilities (Mar. 30); "Alaska: Stirring Industrial Giant,"Anchorage," "Port of Anchorage," "Oil Hunter, " Photo Feature Ad on Alaska Steamship Co.: Tonsina, Nadiva, Full Size Special Section on Alaska's Future, Earthquake Information, Port Back in Operation (Mar. 31); Earthquake Aftermath, Rehash Financing of Reconstruction, Sales Tax Considered, Federal Financing, Very Little Insurance, Military, Donations, Photos of Tidal Wave Damage From Quake that Hit Oregon and California (Apr. 1); Sealand Scheduled to Start Service to Port of Anchorage (Apr. 9); High Tides Hit Earthquake Damaged Alaska Coast, No Additional Damage in Anchorage, State House Finance Committee Chairman, Harold Strandberg, Agreed to Broaden Powers for Governor Egan to Spend General Obligation Funds for 6 Months (Apr. 13); Special Earthquake Supplements (2 copies - "The Quake Story," 1 copy "Earthquake" - Articles Include Photos), Geologist's Report on Anchorage as Future Earthquake hazard, Carl F. Brady's Wife Made Presentation for Secretaries, 3 Children Mentioned (Apr. 14); State Legislature Recessed Until May 25, Chairman, Harold Strandberg, of House and Bradshaw of Senate Will Return on May 18 to Assess Earthquake Damage and Compile Answers on State Revenues Available for Budgeting, Senate Adjourned Before Acting to Authorize Sales Tax by City (Apr. 15); Dan Sheldon Reports Scars on Mt. McKinley Result of Quake, "The City Beat," Port Director, Harned, Handling Emergency Shipments, Reconstruction Plans Unveiled, Alaska Railbelt and Port Facilities Almost Completely Destroyed in Quake (Apr. 16); Turnagain Crossing Studied, Earthquake Damages Totalled, Assessment of Building Designs That Survived Quake (Apr. 18); Quake, Alaska Railroad Relocation, Homer Economy at Standstill due to Quake (Apr. 22).
The Telegram (Toronto); Mar. 30, 1964.
Earthquake Headlined; Photos; Lists Toronto Residents with Anchorage Relatives; Lists Olga Doheny, Jenny and Stefn Hufman, with Photos; Article Refers to Olga Doheny and Quotes Daughter Kathleen Hennessy.
1965
Anchorage Daily News; Mar. 27, 1965.
Special Section: The Greatest Earthquake - One Year Later; The Decision to Rebuild - One Year Later; Alaska's Future - One Year Later.
Anchorage Daily Times; Mar. 26, 1965.
First Anniversary of Earthquake; School Enrollment Mushrooms; New Era; Future Valdez (2 copies); Special Edition: First Anniversary of Quake; The Incredible Year; 12 Months of Progress (2 copies).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; July 21, 1965.
Gold Rush Celebration - Old Photos and Stories (2 copies).
1967
Anchorage Daily News; Jan. 22, 25, 1967.
Alaska Living Section: Sewards Follies, TV Guide (Jan. 22); Pictures of Harold Strandberg (Jan. 25)(1 leaf).
Anchorage Daily Times; Aug. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, Sep. 2, 1967.
School, Nenana Flood (Aug. 14); Flood in Fairbanks - Chena River (Aug. 15); Fairbanks Flood (Aug. 16); Fairbanks Flood (Aug. 17); Flood (Aug. 18); UAA Fall Schedule, Anchorage Borough School Dist. Annual Rpt. (Sep. 2).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; July 20, 1967.
Golden Days Birthday Special Edition; Scenes From the Past; Igloo #14 List of 1913; Felix Pedro; Old Fort Yukon; Ft. Wainwright Ships; Jack London's Cabin; 40 Mile; The Beginning of Fairbanks; Soapy Smith; Ben Falls; Lots of Old Photos.

Box 4 (Flat)

1968
Anchorage Daily News; June 30, 1968.
Alaska Living Section: Norman Mailer.
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; April 16, 1968.
18th Annual Progress Edition: "Alaska is Where the Action Is" on Alaska; Village of Karluk.
1971
The Alaskana; June 15, Dec. 1971.
Stories On: Discovery of Alaska, John Ledyard; Chugach National Forest, Dance Hall Girls, Totem Symbols of the Thlinget - Haida, Aleutian Mail Run, 1899 Klondike Stampede; Jack Jefford (June 15); Stories On: Cap Lathrop, George Washington Carmack, Bill Yanert, Supernatural Art of Southeastern Alaska, Three Saints Bay of Kodiak, Nellie Brown, and Others (Dec.)
Anchorage Daily News; Feb. 10, 1971.
Fur Rendezvous Section.
Anchorage Daily Times; Oct. 16, 1971.
Show Times weekly supplement, Fred Machetanz art.
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; Apr. 5, 1971.
21st Annual Progress Edition; Conservation.
1972
The Alaskana; Nov., Dec. 1972.
Stories/Articles: Edmonton Trail, Woody Island, Totem Symbols - Thlinget, Iditarod Trail, Alexander Bielenberg (Nov.); Stories/Articles: Kantishna Gold Rush, Article by Cleora B. Erickson (Arne's Wife), and Others (Dec.).
Anchorage Daily News; Aug. 6, 13, 20, Oct. 8, 15, Nov. 5, 1972.
Alaska Living Section: The Ghost of Independence Mine, TV Guide (Aug. 6); Anchorage Longshore Union, TV Guide, Kiana Village Women Firefighters, Lu Ausman (Aug. 13); Alaska Living Section: Galina, Otto Ohlson (Planned Farming of Matanuska Valley While Operating Alaska Railroad Until the End of World War II), TV Guide (Aug. 20); Alaska Living Section: Winter Activities, TV Guide (Oct. 8); Alaska Living Section: Miscellaneous Articles, TV Guide (Oct. 15); Alaska Living Section: Land Claims, TV Guide (Nov. 5).
Anchorage Daily Times; June/July 1972.
Visitors Guide.
The Greatlander Shopping News; Aug. 16, Sep. 13, 1972.
Articles on Valdez and Kotzebue (Aug. 16); Articles On: Telephone Girl at Gold Camp 1907, Portage Glacier (Sep. 13).
Tundra Times; July 5, 1972.
Land Claims Settlement Act; Muktuk Controversy; Village of Galena.
1973
The Alaskana; Jan., Feb., Apr./May, June 1973.
Article by Cleora B. Erickson (Arne's Wife)(Jan.); Alaskan Stories and Articles Including Drawings and Old Photographs (Feb.); The Saga of Lieutenant Allen, and Other Alaskan Stories and Articles (Apr./May); Stories/Articles On: Kennicott, George Carmack, James Girdwood, Building The Alaska Railroad, and Others (June).
All Alaska Weekly; July 13, 1973.
Alaska Railroad Golden Anniversary; Articles and Stories - Alaskana Historical and Contemporary.
Anchorage Daily Times; May 22, July 13, 1973.
Summmer 1973 Visitor's Guide (May 22); Alaska Railroad 50th Birthday Special Edition (July 13).
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; June 12, July 9, Sep. 25, 1973.
Oil & Resource Development Section: Pipeline Reports and Articles, Summer Anchorage Daily Times Visitors Guide (June 12); Visitors Guide - Interior and Arctic Alaska (July 9); Oil and Resource Development Section: Pipeline Reports and Articles (Sep. 25).
1975
Anchorage Daily Times; Summer 1975.
Visitors Guide.
1976
Anchorage Times; Apr. 10, May 22, 29, Summer, July 10, 17, Oct. 23, 1976.
Oil and the Pipeline Section: Coverage of Progress on the Pipeline (Apr. 10); Oil and the Pipeline Section: Coverage of Progress on the Pipeline (May 22); Oil and the Pipeline Section: Coverage of Progress on the Pipeline (May 29); Visitors Guide (Summer); Oil and the Pipeline Section: Coverage of Progress on the Pipeline (July 10); Oil and the Pipeline Section (July 17); Oil and the Pipeline Section (Oct. 23).
The Greatlander Shopping News; Feb. 4, 18, 25, Mar. 10, 17, 24, 31, Apr. 7, June 2, 9,
Part of Bicentennial Project of Alaska Press Women Stories of Alaskan Pioneers (Feb. 4); (Front Page) Part of Bicentennial Project of Alaska Press Women - Stories of Alaskan Pioneers, Nenana Ice Classic (Feb. 18); Part of Bicentennial Project of Alaska Press Women Stories of Alaskan Pioneers, Nenana Ice Classic (Front Page)(Mar. 10); Part of Bicentennial Project of Alaska Press Women Stories of Alaskan Pioneers, Nenana Ice Classic, Boats of Alaska (Mar. 17); (Front Page) Alaskan Pioneers (Mar. 24); Pioneers of Alaska (Mar. 31); Pioneers of Alaska (Apr. 7); Plants of Alaska; Alaskan Pioneers, Canning Fish, Gardening, Special Section: Alaska Out of Doors and Highway North, Black Bear Hunting, Whaling, Fishing (June 2); Pioneers of Alaska, Plants of Alaska, Building in Alaska, Special Section - Alaska Out of Doors, and Highway North (June 9).

Box 5

Series 3. Pamphlet File (Arranged alphabetically by subject); n.d., 1921-1977.
1.
Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Newspapers; 1923-1925.
Farthest-North Collegian (Fairbanks, Alaska): v.1 #1 (Feb., 1923), v.1 #2 (Feb., 1924), v.2 #2 (June, 1924), v.3 #1 (Dec., 1924), v.3 #2 (Mar., 1925), v.3 #3 (June, 1925), v.4 #1 (Dec., 1925).
2. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: Newspapers; 1926-1928.
Farthest-North Collegian (Fairbanks, Alaska): v.4 #2 (Mar., 1926), v.4 #3 (June, 1926), v.5 #1 (Dec., 1926), v.5 #2 (Mar., 1927), v.5 #3 (June, 1927), v.6 #1 (Dec., 1927), v.6 #2 (Mar., 1928), v.6 #3 (June, 1928).
3. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines; Newspapers; 1929.
Farthest-North Collegian (Fairbanks, Alaska): v.7 #2 (Mar., 1929), v.7 #3 (June, 1929)
(2 copies).
4. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines; Newspapers; 1956, 1957 (Oversize, located in Box 11).
Farthest-North Collegian (Fairbanks, Alaska): v.34 #4 (June, 1956), v.36 #1 (Dec., 1957) (2 copies).
5. Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines; Miscellaneous Publications; n.d., 1927-1929.
Events Calendar and Photos, 1927; Report of Progress. Photos, 1928; Program. College play, May 10, 1929; Commencement Invitation, May 16.
6. Alaska Budget Document; 1961.
Budget Document 1st session 2nd State Legislature. Egan-Governor, 1961-1962.
7. Alaska Call (Anchorage, Alaska): v.1 #1; May 1959.
8. Alaska Conservation Society; 1959-1961.
The Living Wilderness (Wilderness Soc. Wash.D.C.): #71 (Winter 1959-1960); News Bulletin (Alaska Conservation Society): v.1 #3 (Aug., 1960); Letter, Bounty payments list (Alaska Conservation Society): Feb. 20, 1961.
9. Alaska Constitution; 1956-1958.
The Constitution of the State of Alaska. Agreed upon by Delegates of the People of Alaska. University of Alaska: (Feb. 5, 1956); The Constitution of the State of Alaska. Agreed upon by Delegates of the People of Alaska. University of Alaska. Map fold-out of election dist. (2 copies); Alaska's Heralded Constitution: the 49th State Sets an Example. John S. Hellenthal: (1958).
10. Alaska Court System; n.d., 1960-1961.
First annual report. Alaska Judicial Council, 1960. (Anchorage, Alaska); (Jan.1961); Special report on Buildings and Facilities. (Anchorage, Alaska): (1961), Handbook: (n.d.) (2 different copies).
11. Alaska Crippled Children's Association; n.d.
Program, Marty Martin concert.
12. Alaska Day Festival, Sitka; 1960.
Alaska Day Festival - Commemorating Purchase Transfer of Alaska from Russia to U.S.A.: (Oct.16-18, 1960).
13. Alaska Department of Education; 1926, 1945, 1971.
Manual. Course of Study for Elementary Schools: (1926); List: Textbooks adopted by Alaska Textbook Commission, 1945-1949 (1945); Booklet: Thresholds, Division of Vocational and Adult Education; (May, 1971).
14. Alaska Department of Fish and Game; n.d., 1958, 1961, 1969, 1973.
Annual Report: (1958); Regulations: (1961); Regulations. Fish seasons and bag limit: (1973); Roadside Sport Fishing Guide: (n.d.); Alaska Game Management Units: (1969), (1973).
15. Alaska Drivers Manual; n.d.
Manual: (n.d.); Rules, traffic accident reporting information pamphlet: (n.d.).
16. Alaska Engagement Calendar; 1951.
Alaska Calendar for Engagements, 1952 By Week. Edited and Published by Alice Stuart. Photo-illustrated: (1951).
17. Alaska F & S Federal Credit Union; 1976, 1977.
Annual Report: (1976); Calendar: (1977); Monthly Planner: (1977).
18. Alaska Festival of Music; 1959-1963.
Schedule. 4th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 15-26, 1959) (2 copies); Program. 4th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 15-26, 1959) (2 copies); Schedule. 5th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 19-28, 1960); Program. 5th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 19-28, 1960) (2 copies); Season ticket. 6th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): June 12-29, 1961); Program. 6th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 18-29, 1961); Schedule. 7th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 11 28, 1961) (2 copies); Musical America. Photos: (1962). Program. 8th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 12-27, 1963).
19. Alaska Festival of Music; 1964-1967.
Schedule. 9th Annual Festival of Music. Artists Guild (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 15-25, 1964) (3 copies); Program. 10th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 14 - July 1, 1965) (2 copies); Program. Susana Y Jose (Anchorage, Alaska): (1965); Season ticket. 12th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 11-23, 1967); Program. 12th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 11-23, 1967) (2 copies).
20. Alaska Festival of Music; n.d., 1968, 1970-1972.
Season ticket. Alaska Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 9-21, 1968); Program. 15th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 7-25, 1970); Season ticket. 16th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): June 10-24, 1971); Program. 17th Annual Festival of Music (Anchorage, Alaska): (June 11-July 1, 1972) (2 copies); 1 month music schedule: (n.d.).
21. Alaska Flight Information Manual; 1949.
Alaska Flight Information Manual. U.S. Dept. Commerce: v.2 #4 (Oct. 15,1949).
22. Alaska Highways; 1961, 1973.
Letter. Newsletter. Alaska Highway Bulletin: (January, 1961); Report. Alaska Highways: (Mar. 15, 1961) (3 copies); General Statement. Bureau of Public Roads. Region 10 Alaska: (Mar. 31, 1961); Passenger and Vehicle Tariffs: (1973).
23. Alaska Home Fallout Protection Survey; 1967.
Fallout Protection For Homes With Basements. Office of Civil Defense: (May, 1967); Letter. Urging support for Fallout Protection Survey. Walter J. Hickel, Gov. Juneau, Alaska: (Aug. 15, 1967); Fact Sheet in the Alaska Home Fallout Protection Survey. Dept. Public Safety (Anchorage, Alaska): (Aug., 1967).
24. Alaska Homemaker Service, Inc.; 1969.
Report of Expanded Nutrition Program (Anchorage, Alaska): (Jan.1 - June 30, 1969); Homemaker/Home Health Aide Alaska Homemaker Service Standards: (July, 1969); Letter concerning training for homemakers Alaska Homemaker Service: (Aug. 22, 1969).
25. Alaska Housing Authority; 1951.
1951 Annual Report. Alaska Housing Authority (Anchorage, Alaska). Includes George Ahgupuk drawings: (1951).
26. Alaska Industrial Opportunities; 1962.
Industrial Opportunities in Alaska. Divn. Industrial Dev. (Juneau, Alaska): (Sept., 1962).
27. Alaska, Land of Promise; 1963-1964.
Alaska, Land of Promise. Rev. ed. Holiday Publications (Anchorage, Alaska): (1963); Alaska, Land of Promise. Holiday Publications (Anchorage, Alaska): (1964).
28. Alaska Legislative Council; 1961.
Study on the Proposed Alaska Probate Code. Alaska Legislative Council (Juneau, Alaska): (Jan. 1961).
29. Alaska Methodist University; n.d., 1961-1963, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1974.
Brochure. Exhibit Three American Designers and Some Objects. AMU Galleries. (Anchorage, Alaska): (Nov. 12 - Dec. 8, 1961) (2 copies); Chamber Music Program. Univ. Instrumental Ensemble. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): (Apr. 13, 1962); Collegium Musicum Series Schedule. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): (1962-1963); Program. Instrumental Ensemble. Collegium Musicum Series. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): (Jan. 17, 1963); Catalog and History. Exhibit of Wm. Yusaburo Kimura. AMU Galleries (Anchorage, Alaska): (Nov. 24-Dec. 22, 1963); Exhibit Catalog. Orient Old and New AMU Galleries (Anchorage, Alaska): (Feb. 21 - Mar. 14, 1965); Schedule. Conference on Alaskan History. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): June 8-10, 1967; Postcard. Order for book Contemporary Alaskan Literature. AMU Press: (1969); Schedule. Workshop. Alaska Historical Society. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): (May 3, 1969); Spring Book sale list. AMU Press (Anchorage, Alaska): (Spring, 1974); Spring Concern. Soloists AMU Chorale (Anchorage, Alaska): (May 6).
30. Alaska Methodist University: Alaska Review; 1966, 1968.
Alaska Review AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): v.2 #2 (Spring Summer 1966), v.3 #2 (Fall Winter 1968-1969).
31. Alaska Methodist University: Bulletins; 1974, 1975.
Bulletin. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): (Apr. 1974), (Jan., 1975), (Feb., 1975), (Apr. 1975), (July, 1975).
32. American Methodist University. The Norseman; 1964-1965.
The Norseman. AMU (Anchorage, Alaska): v.4 #3 (May, 1964), v.5 #4 (Mar, 1965).
33. Alaska Mining: U.S. Government publications; 1923, 1927, 1933.
Handbook for Miners. Self-Contained Mine Rescue Oxygen Breathing Apparatus. Dept. of Interior: (1923); Bulletin #259. Placer-Mining Methods and Costs in Alaska Dept. Commerce: (1927); Bulletin #849-B Lode Deposits of the Fairbanks Dist. Alaska. Geological Survey. Map in envelope. Fold Plates: (1933).
34. Alaska Mining: U.S. Government publications; n.d., 1951, 1960.
Bulletin #963-E. Coal Investigations in So. Central, Alaska. Geological Survey. 12 maps and plates in envelope: (1944-1946); Report of the Year. State Div. of Mines and Minerals (Juneau, Alaska): (1960); Mineral Leasing Booklet. Oil and Gas. Alaska Regulations Alaskan Iron and Copper Deposits. Arthur D. Little Inc. (Cambridge, Mass.)(n.d.).
35. Alaska Mining Laws; 1940, 1950.
Alaska Mining Laws, by Henry Loden (Juneau, Alaska): (1940), (1950) editions.
36. Alaska Passenger Traffic Survey; 1959.
1959 Alaska Passenger Traffic Survey. Alaska Dept. Commerce. Div. of Tourism and Economic Development (Juneau, Alaska): (1959).

Box 6

37. Alaska Pioneers Homes; 1963, 1976.
Report. James F. Harrigan Supt. Financial report. Pioneers Home Guest List 1962 (Sitka, Alaska): (Jan. 5, 1963); Information Handbook. Alaska Pioneers Homes (Juneau, Alaska): (Apr. 1976).
38. Alaska Pipeline Co.; 1973.
Anchorage Natural Notes: v.9 #4 (Dec., 1973).
39. Alaska's Population and Economy; 1962.
Alaska's Population and Economy: Regional Growth, Development and Future Outlook. v. 1, Analysis, Div. of State Planning Off. of Gov. (Juneau, Alaska): (1962).
40. Alaska's Population and Economy; 1962.
Alaska's Population and Economy: Regional Growth, Development and Future Outlook. v. 2, Statistical Handbook, Div. of State Planning Off. of Gov. (Juneau, Alaska): (1962).
41. Alaska Public Employees; 1970, 1974.
Public Employees Retirement System, Information Handbook. (Juneau, Alaska): (1970); Handbook. Deferred compensation plan for Employees of the State of Alaska. (Juneau, Alaska): (1974).
42. Alaska Public Employees Association; 1972-1974, 1976.
Strike Vote Information. Alaska Employees Association, July, 1969 - July, 1973: (1973); Newsletter. Legislative report. A.P.E.A. (Juneau, Alaska): #6 (June 21, 1972); Newsletter. Announcing 1st Quarterly meeting: (Oct. 19, 1972); Letter. Christmas greetings. Robert E. Stephen Exec. Dir. A.P.E.A.: (Dec., 1973); Alaska Public Employee Reporter (Juneau, Alaska): v.6 #5 (Dec., 1973); Memorandum. State policy on employee absenteeism in lieu of work stoppage possibilities. Commissioner Dept. Labor. Alaska: (Jan. 4, 1974); Alaska Public Employee Reporter (Juneau, Alaska): v.7 #1 (June, 1974), v.8 #3 (Jan. 1976); APEA Reporter: v.8 #7 (June, 1976), v.8 #8 (July, 1976).
43. Alaska Sportsman; 1960-1962, 1964.
Alaska Sportsman Ak. N.W. Publ. Co. (Juneau, Alaska): v.26 #9 (Sept. 1960), v.27 #1 (Jan. 1961), v.27 #8 (Aug., 1961), v.28 #7 (July, 1962), v.30 #1 (Jan. 1964), v. 30 #8 (Aug. 1964).
44. Alaska State Council on the Arts; 1967.
Alaska State Council on the Arts. Biennial Report, 1966-67, 1967-68 . Off. of Gov.(Juneau, Alaska): (Oct. 1967).
45. Alaska State Employees Association; n.d,, 1960, 1961, 1964.
Study of State Employees Salaries: (1960); Letter. Pending employee legislation: (Mar. 17, 1961); Workforce Estimates - Alaska: (1964); Letter. New ins. plan: (n.d.); Insurance program: (n.d.).
46. Alaska State Employment Service; 1964-1966, 1975, 1976.
Info. about Anchorage multi-Occupational MDTA Training: (1964); Trends in Alaska's Employment and Economy: v.6 #2 (1966); Labor Market Newsletter; v.6 #2 (1966); Recruitment Bulletin #789: (1965); Job Line: (Sept.-Oct. 1975), (Nov.-Dec. 1976).
47. Alaska State Revenue Sources; 1961.
State Revenue Sources, Actual and Estimated Fiscal Year 1959-1966: (Feb. 23, 1961).
48. Alaska Steamship Co.; 1941.
Menu cover: Reproduced pastel of dog "Smokey." Artist Josephine Crumrine: (1941).
49. Alaska Surveying and Mapping Convention, First Alaska; 1966.
Convention program: (Feb. 16-18, 1966) (2 copies).
Sponsors: Alaska Society of Professional Land Surveyors and the Alaska Society of
Photogrammetry.
50. Alaska Travel Brochures; n.d., 1967, 1973.
Alaska Cruises: (1967); Juneau to Glacier Bay: (1973); Retired Persons travel tours. Alaska, Canada, Continental USA: (1973); Today at Mt. McKinely: (1973); Homer Spit Campground: (n.d.); Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort: (n.d.); Hotel-Motel Guide. Fairbanks: (n.d.); Discover Valdez: (n.d.); Kennecott Ghost town: (n.d.); Alaska Riverboat Cruise: (n.d.).
51. Alaskan Fire Control Service.
Highway mileage map and rules: (n.d.).
52. Alaskan Manufacturers; 1960.
Alaskan Manufacturers 1959 (list): (June 21, 1960).
53. All America City Award; 1957.
Award ceremony program, Anchorage: (Jan. 27, 1957) (4 copies).
54. All Saints-Tuller School Programs; n.d., 1968.
Letter. Events. Principal Sister Naomi: (1968); Christmas carol program: (n.d.); Program: (May 29) (2 copies).
55. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; n.d., 1954-1956, 1959.
Report of Treasurer: (June 30, 1954); Minutes. Executive and Finance Committees: (July 26, 1954); Minutes. Bd. of Dir.: (Sept. 21, 1954); Report of Treasurer: (Sept. 30, 1954); Agenda. Council of Delegates: (Oct. 8, 1954); Minutes. Executive and Finance Committees: (Oct. 27, 1954); Budget. 3rd revision: (1954); Letter. Agenda for 1955 meeting: (Dec. 16, 1954); Schedule for annual meeting: (1955); Letter. Nominations for national officers: (Jan. 12, 1955); Revised Directoral Districts: (Feb. 12, 1955); Minutes. Council of Section Delegates: (Feb. 12, 1955); Letter to members of Council: (Nov. 28, 1955); Report. Committee for AIME Long-Range Planning: (Dec. 20, 1955); Agenda. Council of Section Delegates meeting: (Feb: 18, 1956); Program. 4th Annual Mining, Minerals and Petroleum Conference: (1959); Letter. Planned trips: (n.d.); Bylaws. Council of Section Delegates: (n.d.); Bylaws. Proposed amendments and revisions: (n.d.).
56. American Red Cross, Anchorage Chapter; 1950-1953.
Newsletter. Volunteer Services: v.2 #3 (1950); Annual Report: (1952); Annual Report: (1953); Annual Report: (1953); News. American Jr. Red Cross: (1951); Leaflets. Home Nursing Instruction. Food. Health/Safety: Training Courses. National Blood Elementary Schools. Secondary Schools; Program Progress. Am. Jr. Red Cross: (1950-1951).
57. Anchorage Audubon Society; 1974.
Okiotak (newsletter): v.2 #5 (1974).
58. Anchorage, Borough; n.d., 1973-1974.
What Current Assessment Means to you: (1973); Annual Report: (1974); Pamphlet. Information and Suggestions to Anchorage Area Youth: (n.d.); Order blank for Environmental Atlas of the Greater Anchorage Area Borough: (n.d.); Map. Proposed Construction Schedule (Sewerage): (n.d.); Map. Sewerage Study. Proposed Construction Schedule: (n.d.).
59. Anchorage Borough Newsletters; 1973-1974.
The Borough Today: v.1 #1 (Apr.,May, 1973) (2 copies); The Borough Today: v.2 #1 (Jan., Feb., 1974); Newsletter: v.2 #1 (Jan., 1973); v.2 #2 (Feb., 1973); v.2 #8 (Aug., 1973); v.2 #9 (Sept., 1973); v.2 #10 (Oct., 1973); v.2 #11 (Nov., 1973); v.3 #1 (Jan/Feb., 1974); v.3 #2 Mar/Apr., 1974); v.3 #4 (June, 1974).
60. Anchorage Borough School District; 1966-1967.
Secondary Program of Studies, 1966-1967: (1966); Annual Report, 1966-1967. Photo Dr. J.H. Romig: (Sep. 2, 1967).
61. Anchorage Centennial Commission; 1966.
Schedule of events, 1967: (1966).
62. Anchorage Chamber of Commerce; n.d., 1955, 1958, 1965, 1966.
Directory: (1966); Board of Director List: (1965-1966); Statistical Profile:(ca. 1965); Program of Work: (n.d.); Bylaws: (1955, 1958); Committee Chairmen: (n.d.).
63. Anchorage Civic Ballet; n.d., 1965, 1972.
Program. Fifth Annual: (1965) (2 copies); Program. Nutcracker: (1972) (2 copies); Program. Nutcracker: (n.d.) (2 copies); Program. Margot Fonteyn. Swan Lake on screen: (n.d.).
64. Anchorage Community Chorus; 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962-1964, 1966, 1967.
Program. Christmas Concert: (1955), (1958) (2 copies), (1959); Program. Spring Concert: (1962) (3 copies); Program. Christmas Concert: (1962); Program. Spring Concert: (1963) (2 copies); Program. Elijah. Mendelssohn: (1964); Program. The Mikado: (1966); Program. 20th Annual Concert: (1967); Article. Reprint Newsweek (4 copies): (1959); List. Recordings of Com. Chorus Concerts: (1955-1957).
65. Anchorage Community College; 1954, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1972.
Catalogs: v.1 #1 (1954-1955); v.3 #1 (1956-1957); v.4 #1 (1957-1958); v.6 #1 (1959); v.15 #1 (1969-1970); v.16 #1 (1970-1971); Spring Semester (1972); New Horizons. Manpower Training Center: v.2 #2 (Feb. 18, 1966).
66. ACC Film Society; n.d.
Program notes. Oedipus Rex: (n.d.).
67. ACC Music Department; 1963.
Program. Mary Frances Galbraith. Tom Waclawek. Fall Concert: (Oct 27, 1963).
68. ACC Theatre Workshop; 1957, 1959.
Program. Boris Karloff. Arsenic and Old Lace;(1957) (2 copies); Program. Medea. Newspaper Clippings: (1959); Program. Jan Pierce: (1959) (2 copies).
69. ACC Vocal Ensemble; 1965.
Program: (Feb. 28, 1965). 
70. Anchorage Community Theatre; n.d.
Program. Brigadoon: (n.d.); Tickets. John Brown's Body: (n.d.).
71. Anchorage Concert Association; 1958-1961.
Program. Mitchi North: (1958) (2 copies); Program. John Sebastian: (1958); Program. Stanley Plummer: (1958) (2 copies); Program. Jakob Gimpel: (1959); Program. Joy Kim: (1959); Program. The Claremont Quartet: (1959); Program. Marilyn Horne: (1959); Program. Herman Godes: (1960); Program. Stephan Kemalyan: (1960); Program. William Warfield: (1960); Program. Richard Dyer-Bennet: (1960); Program. Regis Pasquier: (1960) (2 copies); Program. New York Philharmonic: (1961) (2 copies); Program. Jacqueline Ivanoff: (1961) (2 copies).
72. Anchorage Concert Association; 1963-1965.
Program. Jose Iturbi: (1963-1964) (2 copies); Program. Duo Doktor-Menuhin: (1963-1964); Program. Royal Philharmonic Orch. London: (1963-1964); Program. Marilyn Neely: (1963-1964) (2 copies); Program #1. Isaac Stern: (1964-1965); Program #6. Byron Janis: (1964-1965); Program #7. Chicago Symphony Orchestra: (1964-1965) (2 copies); Program #8. Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Anchorage Community Chorus: (1964-1965) (2 copies).
73. Anchorage Concert Association; 1965-1968.
Obernkirchen Children's Choir: (1965-1966) (2 copies); Program #2. The Francesco Trio: (1966-1967) (2 copies); Program #5. Vladimir Ashkenazy: (1966-1967) (2 copies); Program #6. The 'Opera Duo: (1966-1967); Program. Centennial Series. Canadian Opera Co.: (1967); Program #2. Janos Starker: (1967-1968); Program #3. Vienna Symphony Orchestra: (1967-1968).
74. Anchorage Concert Association; n.d., 1968-1973, 1975-1976.
Program. Program #1. Aksel Schiotz: (1968-1969); Program. Fred Waringshow: (1970-1971); Program. Ruth Page: (1971-1972); Program. Bill Perkins Quintet: (1971-1972); Program. Seattle Symphony Orchestra (1971-1972) (2 copies);Ticket. Allan Monk: (Apr. 24, 1972); Program. Pittsburgh Symphony (1972-1973) (2 copies); Program. English Chamber Orchestra: (1972-1973) (2 copies); Program. Hartford Ballet: (1975-1976).Program. The Joffrey Ballet: (n.d.).
75. Anchorage Concert Association Poster (2 copies); 1967 (Oversize, located in Flat Cabinets).
The Vienna Symphony Orchestra: (1967).
76. Anchorage Fur Rendezvous; 1955, 1957, 1959.
1955 Rendezvous Annual (1 copy); fur rendezvous Varieties "57" (2 copies); 1959 Fur Rendezvous - Dog Musher's Annual (2 copies).
77. Anchorage Fur Rendezvous; 1960, 1964.
1960 Fur Rendezvous - Dog Musher Annual (2 copies); Fur Rendezvous - Dog Mushers' Pictorial: ca. 1964.(2 copies).
78. Anchorage Fur Rendezvous; 1959-1961, 1963, 1965.
Fur Rendezvous Program: (Feb. 16-22, 1959); 1959 Fur Rendezvous - Mardigras of the North (brochure); 1959 Fur Rendezvous Queen Coronation Pageant program (Feb. 21, 1959)(2 copies); 1960 Queen Coronation Pageant program (Feb. 20, 1960)(2 copies); 1961 Fur Rendezvous program (Feb. 20-26, 1961); 1963 Miss Fur Rendezvous Queen Coronation Pageant program (Feb. 20, 1963); Rondy Fur Style Show and Award Luncheon program (Feb. 20, 1965); 16th Annual Fur Rendezvous Juried Exhibition for Alaska Artists and Craftsmen program (1965); Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson photo clippings; 1960.

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79. Anchorage Garden Club; n.d., 1953, 1968.
Pamphlet. Flower garden hints: (ca. 1953); Program. 10th Annual Holiday Show: (1968); Program. 7th Annual Holiday Show: (n.d.).
80. Anchorage Guides; 1945, 1976, 1977.
Guide. Anchorage-Crossroads of the World: (ca. 1945); Guide. City map. TV schedule. Businesses: (1976); Anchorage This Month. Restaurant and Current events guide: v.2 #9 (June, 1977).
81. Anchorage High School Class of 1952.
Program. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Graduate list.
82. Anchorage High School Class of 1953.
Program. Baccalaureate. Graduate List; Program. Commencement Exercises. Graduate List.
83. Anchorage High School Class of 1954.
Announcement; Program. Commencement. List of Graduates - includes Michael Jerome Doheny (3 copies) .
84. Anchorage High School Class of 1957.
Program. Baccalaureate. Commencement. List of Graduates - includes David Harold Strandberg (3 copies).
85. Anchorage High School Dictionary of Dates, 1915-1959; 1959.
Booklet. Lists Supt., teachers, Board of Education, # of students and highlights of activities.
86. Anchorage High School Glee Club; 1933.
Recital program (Jan 11-12, 1933).
87. Anchorage High School: Newspaper; 1927-1928.
Anchor. Ed.-in-Chief Olga Strandberg. Olga's signature. Mentions Ted Strandberg: (Dec., 1927); Anchor. Ed-in-Chief Olga Strandberg. Mentions T. Strandberg, Larry Doheny, Olga Strandberg: (Jan. 1928).
88. Anchorage High School: Newspaper; 1949-1954. (Oversize, located in Box 11).
The Eagles Cry. Kathleen Doheny mentioned. Many pencilled handwritten notes: v.8 #4 (Nov. 18, 1949), v.8 #5 (Dec.2, 1949) (2 copies/is incomplete), v.8 #6 (Dec. 16, 1949), v.8 #8 (Jan. 25, 1950), v.8 #9 (Feb. 8, 1950), v.8 #10 (Feb. 17, 1950), v.9 #2 (Oct. 13, 1950), v.9 #3 (Oct. 27, 1950) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny, Michael Doheny), v.9 #4 (Nov. 10, 1950), v.9 #5 (Nov. 22, 1950) (miss-dated the Nov.10), v.9 #7 (Dec. 22, 1950) (Photo Barbara Erickson), v.9 #8 (Jan. 10, 1951), v.9 #14 (Apr. 6, 1951) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny), v.9 #9 (Jan. 26, 1951) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny), v.9 #11 (Feb. 23, 1951) (articles by Kathleen Doheny), v.9 #12 (Mar. 9, 1951) (honor roll-Kathleen Doheny), v.9 #15 (Apr. 20, 1951) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny), v.10 #2 (Sept. 28, 1951) (Editor: Kathleen Doheny) (3 copies), v.10 #4 (Oct. 26, 1951) (Editor: Kathleen Doheny), v.10 #5 (Nov. 9, 1951) (Editor: Kathleen Doheny) (has some pencilled notes), v.10 #6 (Nov. 21, 1951), v.10 #10 (Feb. 1, 1952) (photo: Kathleen Doheny), v.10 #11 (Feb. 15, 1952), v.10 #15 (Apr. 11, 1952) (birthday and Honor Society: Kathleen Doheny), v.11 #4 (Oct. 24, 1952) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny) (pgs 3-6 missing), v.11 #6 (Dec. 5, 1952), v.11 #8 (Dec. 19, 1952), (honor roll: Kathleen Doheny Mentioned: Mike Doheny), v.11 #11 (Jan. 29, 1953), v. 11 #13 (Feb. 13, 1953) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny), v.11 #16 (Mar. 6, 1953) (mentioned: Robert Erickson, Darlene Erickson), v.11 #18 (Mar. 20, 1953) (mentioned: Kathleen Doheny), v.11 #19 (Mar. 31, 1953), v.11 #22 (Apr. 24, 1953), v. 11 #23 (May 1, 1953) (honor roll: Kathleen Doheny), v.12 #5 (Mar. 24, 1954) (2 copies), v.12 #12 (May 20, 1954), v.12 #13 (June 7, 1954) (mentioned: Mike Doheny).
89. Anchorage High School: Newspaper; 1952, 1954.
The Eagles Cry, (June, 1954) (pictorial section), (Dec. 23, 1954); (Christmas Issue), Style Book (How to Prepare Copy for Print) (1952).
90. Anchorage High School Student Handbook; 1950, 1955.
Student Handbook. Staff. Rules. Class Requirements and descriptions. School calendar. Clubs: (1950-1951), Subject selection sheet. Requirements. Electives: (1955-1956).
91. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1921.
92. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1927.
93. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1929.
Wm. Strandberg senior class.
94. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1933. (2 copies).
95. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1934.
96. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1935 (3 copies).
Genevieve Strandberg Photos; Sr. Class, Anchor Ed. in Chief, Honor Society Vice-President, A Club President, Glee Club. Photos: Ebba Erickson, Hans Erickson, Alva Erickson.
97. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1936
(Hans Erickson signature) Photos: Hans Erickson, Ebba Erickson. (2 copies).
98. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1940.
Photo: Leonard Erickson.
99. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1950.
Photos: Barbara Erickson, A. Doheny.
100. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1951.
Photos: Kathleen Doheny, Barbara Erickson, Michael Doheny (2 copies) (1 copy has many autographs).
101. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1952.
Photos: Kathleen Doheny, Michael Doheny, Delores Erickson (2 copies).
102. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1953.
Photos: Jenny Doheny, Kathleen Doheny, Michael Doheny (3 copies).

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103. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1954.
Photos: Michael Doheny, D. Erickson, W. Erickson (2 copies).
104. Anchorage High School Yearbook: Anchor; 1956.
Photos: Darlene Erickson, Gregg Erickson.
105. Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum: Newsletter; 1973.
Calendar of Events: (Jan. 1973).
106. Anchorage Joint Board of Civil Service Examiners; 1964-1965.
Competitive exam for Cartographic Draftsman: (Mar. 18, 1964); competitive exam for Engineering Draftsman: (Sep. 15, 1965).
107. Anchorage, Municipality of; n.d., 1956, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966-1968, 1971, 1973,
1975-1977.
Bulletin. City of Anchorage: (Apr.-May, 1964); Notive. Street vacation hearing: (1956); Booklet. Employee's Insurance Plan: (1964); Memorandum. Wage Survey and Classification Review: August 4, 1967); Map. Information Transportation Study: (May, 1971); Anchorage Municipal Charter: (July 30, 1975); Community Planning News: v.5 #2 (Feb., 1976); Recreation in Anchorage: (May 26, 1977); Annual Report: (1961); Annual Report: (1965); Annual Report. Calendar: (1966-1967); Annual Report. Calendar: (1967-1968); A hual Report: (1974); City of Anchorage "A Report to Our People": (1972); Employee Handbook: (n.d.).
108. Anchorage School District; 1956.
Directory, 1956-1957. School Calendar. Board of Education. Names of teachers and maintenance (2 copies).
109. Anchorage Symphony; n.d., 1950, 1958, 1960, 1964, 1971.
Program. Michi North: (1958) (2 copies); Program. All-Tschaikovsky program: (1960); Program. Elijah: (1964); Program. Amahl and the Night Visitors: (n.d.); Program. 25th Anniversary Concert; Nov. 12, 1971.
110. Anchorage Telephone Directory; 1956.
111. Anchorage Telephone Directories; Oct. 1961, Oct. 1962.
112. Anchorage Telephone Directories; Apr. 1963, Oct. 1963 (2 copies).
113. Anchorage Telephone Directories; Apr. 1964 (has some addresses for Strandberg's
Outside); Oct. 1964.
114. Anchorage Woman's Club; n.d., 1951, 1952, 1954, 1961, 1967
Yearbook: (1951-1952); (1952-1953); (1954-1955); Penpoints #9, Centennial Edition. Writer's Club. Cleora Erickson and others: (1967); Program. Queen's Ball: (Feb. 25, 1961); Card. Membership: (1954-1955); Receipt. Dues: (n.d.); Order Card. General Fed. Women's Clubs: (n.d.); Constitution and By-Laws: (1954).
115. Anchorage Woman's Club: Alaska's Cooking (cookbook); 1961.
116. Arctic Institute of North America; 1946.
Booklet. Organization. Objects. Program.
117. Arctic Transmitter; Apr.-May 1952.
Newsletter Booklet. 1804th Airways and Air Communications Service.
118. Breakthrough to Tomorrow, Operation; 1970.
Book. Part 2: A Program for Action. Anchorage.
119. Calendars (Alaska State Bank and Northern Commercial Co.); n.d., 1959, 1961, 1968,
1974 (located in Flat Cabinets).
Painting/Quiet Cove off Cook Inlet. Reverse side: Map of Alaska. Northern Commercial Co.: (1959); Seaport painting. On reverse side: Map of Alaska. Northern Commercial Co.: (1961, 2 copies); Painting/Russian-Greek Chapel., Kenai Alaska. Reverse side: Map of Alaska. Northern Commercial Co. (1968); Pictures of Alaska animals. Alaska Statebank: (1974).
120. Captain Cook Borough; n.d.
Proposed Borough. Map.
121. Central Junior High School: Newspaper; 1950-1952.
The Husky: v.2 #1 (Sept. 22, 1950), v.2 #2 (Oct. 6, 1950), v.2 #3 (Oct. 20, 1950), v.2 #4 (Nov. 3), v.2 #5 (Nov. 17, 1950), v.2 #6 (Dec. 1, 1950), v.2 #7 (Jan. 5, 1951), v.2 #8 (Jan. 19, 1951), v.2 #9 (Feb. 2, 1951), v.2 #15 (Apr. 13, 1951), v.2 #16 (Apr. 27, 1951) (2 copies), v.2 #17 (May 11, 1951), v.3 #1 (Oct. 5, 1951), v.3 #2 (Oct. 19, 1951), v.3 #6 (Dec. 14, 1951) (3 copies), v.3 #9 (Feb.8, 1952), v.3 #15 (May 5, 1952).
122. Central Junior High School: Program; 1951.
Mood springtime of 1951 (Apr. 12, 1951).
123. Central Jr. High School: Yearbooks; 1951, 1952.
Kimugta: Jenny Doheny photo, May 1951; Kimugta Jenny Doheny, Darlene Erickson, Robert Erickson, and David Strandberg photos; May 1952.
124. Central Lutheran Church Choir; 1959.
Senior Choir program; May 1, 1959.
125. Chinook Elementary School Program; n.d.
"The Wizard of Oz." Erika Erickson.
126. College Jobs in Alaska; 1965.
Youth College Jobs in Alask (pamphlet).
127. 5039th Communications Squadron: Newsletters; 1953.
v.2 #1: (May 8, 1953), v.1 #3 Cross Talk (June 10, 1953) (2 copies); v.1 #4 Cross Talk (June 26, 1953); v.1 #5 Cross Talk (July 10, 1953); v.1 #6 Cross Talk (July 24, 1953); v.1 #7 Cross Talk (Aug. 7, 1953).
128. Dawson City Gold Rush Festival Posters; July 1-Aug.17, 1962 (8 items, 5 different, located in Flat Cabinets).
129. Earthquake Alaska; 1964.
Alaska Quake Pictorial Review. with U.S. Army Photos. pp. 17-20 and 29-32 out of an unidentified pamphlet. Quake. Pictorial compiled and published by Parks Letter Service; Special Portfolio. Life Magazine: (Apr. 10, 1964) (2 copies)(Oversize, located in Box 11); Saturday Evening Post: (May 9, 1964)(Oversize, located in Box 11).
130. East Anchorage High School; 1973.
Program. Baccalaureate. Commencement. List of graduating class (May 31, June 1,
1973).
131. Elections; 1962, 1972.
Sample Ballot. General election: (Nov. 6, 1962); Official election returns: (Nov. 6, 1962); University of Alaska Bond issue: (Nov. 7, 1972).
132. Elmendorf Air Force Base; n.d.
Guide.
133. Engineering and Mining Articles; n.d., 1927-1929, 1936.
134. Fairbanks Community Concerts; n.d.
Program. Stanley Plummer, violinist: (Nov.23).
135. Family Business Letterhead and Stationery; n.d.
Strandberg and Sons, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska, writing paper (11 sheets); Clara Creek Mining Co., Platinum, Alaska, writing paper (4 pieces); Pink writing paper (4 sheets); Strandberg and Sons, air mail envelopes (6 pieces); Strandberg and Sons, business envelopes (2 pieces); Arctic Enterprises, business envelopes (2 pieces); Wild Lake Lodge, envelopes (2 pieces); plain envelopes (3); Air mail envelopes with native line drawings (3 pieces); Strandberg Mines, Inc., Anchorage, envelope (1).
136. Fort Richardson Alaska Program; 1953.
Memorial Day program (May 30, 1953).
137. The Ghost of Kingikty and other Eskimo Legends, written and compiled by Lela Kiana Oman, Anchorage; 1967.
Signed copy from correspondent of Olga Doheny.
138. Governor's Code of Fair Practices; 1967.
Governor's Code of Fair Practices: (Aug. 11, 1967).
139. Greater Anchorage, Inc.; n.d.
Exhibits and suggestions to increase revenue.
140. Gruening, Senator Ernest: Newsletters; 1961-1865, 1967.
#38 (1961); #16, #20, #23, #25, #27, #32, #38 (1962); #45 (1963); #25 (1964); #7 (1965); #1 (1967).

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141. Guide to Alaska and the Yukon; ca. 1949
Lou Jacobin's Guide to Alaska and the Yukon, Fifth Edition; ca. 1949.
142. Income Tax, Federal: Booklet and Forms; 1955-1957, 1959, 1977-1978.
Booklet. Income tax forms, 1040: (1955), (1956); Booklet, 1040: (1957); Instructions, 1041: (1957); Booklet. Income tax forms, 1040: (1976); Booklet. Tax information for homeowners: (1978) (2 copies); Booklet. Child Care and Disabled Dependent Care: (1978); Booklet. Tax Credit for the Elderly: (1978); Booklet. Step by Step explanation: (1960); Form. Income Tax return, 1040: (1957), (1977) (4 copies); Income Averaging (2 copies), Credit for Elderly, Itemized deductions, Credit for Child and dependent care; Supplemental Income Schedule (3 copies): (1977).
143. Income Tax, Territory of Alaska and Anchorage; n.d., 1950, 1952, 1964.
Notice. School tax rules: (1950); Declaration of Estimated Net Income Territory of Alaska: (1950); Individual Income Tax Return Territory of Alaska: (1952) (4 copies); School tax form, Territory of Alaska: (n.d.); Personal Prop. Assessment Return. Anchorage: (1964).
144. Indian and Eskimo Children; 1969.
Indian and Eskimo Children, U.S. Dept. Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs: (1969) (2 copies).
145. Inlet View Community School; 1977.
Newsletter: v.1 #4 (June 1977).
146. KAKM Program Guides; 1976-1977.
KAKM Program Guide, Alaska Public Television: (June 1976), (Sept. 1976), (March 1977).
147. Kenai Peninsula Community Chorus; 1969.
Program. "Hail, Glorius King!" (Apr. 6, 1969).
148. Kenneth Laughlin Studio: Piano Recital; 1930.
Piano Recital of students of Kenneth Laughlin, Anchorage, Alaska: (May 3, 1930).
149. Kiwanis Centennial Celebration; 1967.
"Sing a Song Along With Skagway Sue,"1867-1967 (28 songs)(1967); Kiwanis- New York Life Steam Railroad brochure: (1967); blue ticket souvenir of trip made on Centennial Steam Railroad: (1967); Yellow ticket souvenir of trip made on Centennial Steam Railroad: (1967).
150. KNIK FM Program Guides; 1962-1966.
KNIK FM Program Guide, Anchorage, Alaska: (Nov. 1962), (Dec. 1962); KNIK FM Stereo Program Guide, Anchorage, Alaska: (Dec. 1963), (Jan. 1964), (Feb., 1964), (July, 1965), (Oct. 1965, 1966)(2 copies).
151. KNIK FM Program Guides; 1966-1969.
KNIK FM 105.5 mc Program Guide Anchorage, Alaska: (Oct. 1967), (Nov. 1967), (Jan. 1968), (Apr. 1968); KNIK FM 105.5 Mhz Program Guide Anchorage, Alaska: (Oct. 1968), (Nov. 1968), (Dec. 1968), (Jan. 1969).
152. The Knik News; 1967
v.3 #13 (1915) (1967 Reprint).
153. Labor in Alaska; 1960-1963.
Statistical Quarterly. Employment Security Div. Alaska Dept. of Labor 1st Quarter: (1960), (1961); Annual Report. Employment Security Divn. Dept. of Labor: (1960); 1962 Handbook on Women Workers. U.S. Dept. Labor: (1963).
154. Labor in Alaska; n.d., 1964-1966.
Anchorage Job Seekers Survey, July-October 1962. Alaska Dept. of Labor: (1964); Labor Market Area Profiles; 24 Alaskan areas: (1965); Statistical Quarterly. Employment Security Division Dept. Labor. 2nd Quarter: (1965); Rules and Regulations. Alaska Child Labor Law Com. of Labor: (ca. 1966); Multi-Occupational Training Project. State Employment Service. Schedule: (ca. 1965); Statute. Alaska Wage and Hour Act. Alaska Dept. of Labor: (n.d.).
155. League of Women Voters; 1963.
"The Establishment, Organization and Mechanics of the Borough Voter preparation by the League of Women Voters: (Aug.1963).
156. Legislative Council, Alaska; 1960,1962.
Legislative Handbooks on Alaska State Government: (1960, 1962).
157. Lessons in Lettering: A Series of Practice Books with Text, Examples and Exercises, Book
2
, by Thomas E. French, M.E., and William D. Turnbull, C.E.; 1924.
Text owned by L.C. Doheny.
158. Local Government; 1960-1961.
Preliminary Report. Borough Government: (Dec. 1960); 1959, The Incorporated Towns and Cities of Alaska: (Oct. 1960); General Policy Statements - 1961 and 1961-1962. League of Alaskan Cities: (Jan. 1961), (Nov. 1961).
159. Maps, Alaska; n.d., 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1951, 1956, 1961.
Map of Alaska, Index Map, U.S. Geological Survey: (1937); Alaska base map 80 miles per inch. Principal railroads, motor roads and steamship lines on reverse side. Works Progress Administration: (1938); Alaska Map, Kroll Map Company, Inc., Seattle, Washington: (ca. 1940); Alaska 80 miles per inch. Map A. Comp. by Alaskan Branch chiefly farm maps of Geological Survey. Pocket map 17" x 24" Some written inventory of Alaska: (1941); Alaska/47.35 mi. per inch the National Geographic Magazine, Wash. D.C.: (June 1956); Alaska Union Oil Company (based on census figures): (ca. 1960); Alaska/40 mi.per in. Kroll Map Co., Seattle, Wash. (based on census figures): (ca. 1960); Alaska Mileage Chart Rand McNally Co. based on Geological Survey; (1961); Alaska/46 mi. per inch Portions of Northwest Canada. Travel information. Texaco Co.; (1961); Alaska Brooks Range (63). 6th ed. World Aeronautical Chart. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Rev. Nov. 1950 scale 1:1,000,000: (Jan. 31, 1951); Alaska Elmendorf Air Force Base. Street Map: (Sept. 1, 1961).
160. Maps, Alaska; n.d., 1964, 1968, 1976, 1977.
Alaska/120 mi. per inch. Street maps of Fairbanks and Anchorage. Portions of Northwest Canada. Chevron Co.: (1964), (1968); Alaska Game Management Units. Descriptions of units. Unit 20 special map on reverse side. Geological Survey: (1964-1965); Alaska Recreation Guide. List of Recreation Areas. Maps: Pan-Handle, Anchorage-Palmer, Interior Alaska and Kenai Peninsula Bureau of Land Management: (ca. 1968); Wildlife in Alaska/about 50 mi. per inch. Animal pictures and information. Bureau of Land Management: (ca. 1968); Alaska Anchorage Shopping and Dining Directory Downtown Anchorage Association: (ca. 1976); Alaska Anchorage Street and Fun Map. Directory of Shopping, Sightseeing and Services: (n.d.); Alaska Anchorage Area Street Map. History of Anchorage. Area Recreation Map. Downtown Photo. Alaska Map Service: (n.d.)(2 copies); Alaska Anchorage Street Map. History. Things to do. Statistics. Advertisements. Landmark Pub. Co.: (June 1977).
161. Matanuska Valley Bank; 1967
Annual Report: ( July 11, 1967).
162. Merrill Field Regulations; 1949.
Rules and Regulations for Merrill Field Municipal Airport: (July 1, 1949).
163. The Milepost; 1954, 1955.
Milepost: Guide to the Land of the Midnight Sun, Wm. A. Wallace managing editor fold-out map/Alaska: (1954 an 1955 editions).
164. Miss Alaska Pageant; 1963.
1963 program booklet.
165. Montessori School, Anchorage; n.d., 1966.
Montessori School and Tom Thumb School Dance Recital and Graduation Program: (May 26, 1966) (3 copies); The Montessori Schools "For the Formative Years". Brochure, Anchorage, Alaska: (n.d.) (2 copies).
166. Music; n.d.
1 sheet of music. Theme from "Denali". Tina Potlatch Song. Didu Lanh.
167. Nenana Ice Break-up dates, 1917-1974; ca. 1975.
168. New Mexico School of Mines: Yearbook; 1927.
Porphyry. New Mexico School of Mines. Yearbook 1926-1927, published biannually, Socorro, New Mexico: (1927). Larry C. Doheny, Freshman Class.
169. Northern Commercial Co.: Newsletter; 1971, 1972.
The Flag, Seattle, Wash. v.20 #4 (Sept., 1971) (2 copies); v.21 #5 (Nov. 1972).
170. The Northern Light; 1975-1976.
The Northern Light, published by the Alaska Center for the Environment: (Nov. 18, 1975), v.4 #12 (Dec. 16, 1975), v.5 #6 (July 15, 1976).
171. The Northern Limelighter; 1967.
The Northern Limelighter. What to do and see. Information civic organizations, state and municipal, special events, etc. Alaska Purchase Centennial 1867-1967, Anchorage, Alaska: (May 1967) (2 copies), (June, 1967), (Aug. 1967), (Sept., 1967) (2 copies).
172. Numismatics, Alaska; 1965.
Rubles to Statehood: Catalog of Alaskan Numismatics, by Kay Fernald and Kay McDowell, Anchorage: (1965).
173. The Observer (free newspaper); ca. 1972
The Observer, Area news and events. Mountain View, Alaska: v.11 #8 (ca. June 2-18 1972).
174. Older Persons Action Group; n.d., 1976-1977.
Senior Sound newsletter: (Summer, 1976), (Winter, 1976), (Summer 1977), (Winter, n.d.); Services. pp. 18 and 19: (Dec. 1977).
175. Pioneers of Alaska; n.d., 1940, 1947, 1954-1956, 1961, 1962, 1969, 1976-1979.
"Alaska's Flag" Sheet Music. Words by Marie Drake music by Elinor Dusenbury. Clayton F. Summy Co.: (1940); Constitution of the Grand Igloo, Pioneers of Alaska: (1947) (2 copies); Card. Biennial Grand Igloo Convention. Pioneers of Alaska. Anchorage Igloo #15 Aux. #4: (Oct. 17, 1954); Program of 38th Session of the Grand Igloo, Pioneers of Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska Igloo #15 Aux #4: (Oct. 15-17, 1954) (3 copies); Constitution of the-Grand Igloo, Pioneers of Alaska: (1955) (2 copies); Miners Ball. A.I.M.E. Alaska Student Chapter. Names of Gurest: (Dec. 1, 1956); Pioneer Roadhouse. Sourdough Recipes. Hints for Sourdough use. Pioneer Igloo #15. Pioneer Aux #4 Signatures Elizabeth Johnson, Victor Johnson: King and Queen Regent Anchorage, Alaska: (Feb. 1961) (4 copies); Paper place mat. Line drawings of Alaskan interests 45th Annual Convention Pioneers of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska: (Sept. 1961); Grand Banquet. 45th Annual Convention. Pioneers of Alaska. Menu. Program. Intro new officers. Banquet Committee. Acknowledgements. Anchorage, Alaska: (Oct. 1, 1961) (4 copies); Pioneer Roadhouse. Sourdough Recipes. Hints for Sourdough use. Pioneer Igloo #15. Pioneer Aux #4. Signatures Lois C. Paderson, Oscar N. Anderson, King and Queen Regent Anchorage, Alaska: (Feb. 1962) (4 copies); Envelope requesting dues. Pioneers of Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska: (Jan. 1969); Calendar for year. Officers. Pioneers of Alaska. Igloo #15. Aux. #4 Anchorage, Alaska: (Feb. 1, 1974), (Feb. 1, 1976), (1978); Breakup Ball. Program. 2 tickets. Pioneers of Alaska. Igloo #15 Anchorage, Alaska: (Apr. 8, 1978); Special discounts for seniors. Centers for Fun. Recreation. Pioneer's Home. Tax exemption. Anchorage Housing and Community Services. Anchorage, Alaska: (ca. 1979); Acknowledgement of Contribution to Memorial Fund. From Muriel Pfiel in memory of William Strandberg Pioneers of Alaska Aux #4: (n.d.); Pioneer Women of Alaska Ritual. Rules of order: (n.d.); Roster. Pioneers of Alaska Aux #4 Anchorage, Alaska: (n.d.); Sourdough Certificate. Signed by Chief Oogruk. Certifies that Lu Auxman is a Sourdough: (n.d.) (2 copies).
176. Pioneer Prospector, by George Hick, edited by Dr. Charles E. Bunnell; 1954.
Univ. of Alaska. Pub. 32 pages: (1954) (2 copies).
177. Pipeline; 1977.
The International Teamster: (Aug. 1977). Article: "Oil flows through Alaskan Pipeline: Local 959 members were there." (p. 24).
178. Poetry Northwest (journal) v.1 #3 ;Winter 1960.
179. Providence Hospital; n.d.
Brochure. "Our Hospital is Accredited."
180. Public Land Management: U.S. Government Publications; n.d., 1955, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1979.
Circular #1899 Statutes. Sale or Lease of Small tracts. Bureau Land Management: (1955); Sale, Grant or Lease of Public Lands. Bureau Land Management: (Aug. 1955); Form 111. How to describe and mark unsurveyed land. Bureau Land Management: (June, 1957); Form 81. Minimum Improvement Requirements on small tracts. Bureau Land Management: (Sept. 1957); Form 130. Extension of time to establish residence: (May, 1957); AL0232. The normal sequence of events on a homestead settlement claim: (Jan. 1958); Homestead Information Pamphlet. Bureau Land Management: (n.d.); Booklet. Homesteading Past and Present. Bureau Land Management: (n.d.); Report #96-413. Alaska National Interest Lands. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources: (1979); Bulletin #2. Use and disposal of Public lands and resources in Alaska. Bureau of Land Management: (1957); Historical Highlights of Public Land Management. Bureau Land Management: (1962); Pamphlet. Your Public Lands with BLM in Alaska: (n.d.); Coal prospecting permits. Alaska Dept. of Natural Resources: (Dec. 29, 1972); Notice of proposed changes in the Regulations of Dept. of Natural Resources Divn. of Lands: (n.d.).
181. Recipes; n.d., 1962, 1970.
"The Woman's Touch" with Theda Conley: (1962); What's Cookin' in Alaska Great Lander News: (Sept. 2, 1970); The Lowell Thomas Jr. Cookbook: (n.d.); 3 sheets of recipes. Carr's food centers: (n.d.); newspaper clipping: (n.d.).
182. Ralph Rivers Newsletter; 1962.
Letter From Congress, Ralph J. Rivers, U.S. Representative, Alaska: (May 5, 1962).

Box 10

183. Dr. Romig's Annual Wild Game Dinner; 1941-1945.
Cards (4) requesting presence at 1941 Annual Wild Game Dinner of the Board of Directors. Cards are in envelope with David Strandberg return address: (Sept. 22, 1941); Menu. History. Annual Wild Game Dinner. Dr. J.H. Romig's Board of Directors. Anchorage, Alaska: (Sept. 22, 1941) (4 copies); Menu. History. Words to Song "A Home Way Up North" by Gretchen Hampton. Annual Wild Game Dinner. Dr. J.H. Romig's Board of Directors Anchorage, Alaska: (Oct. 5, 1942) (3 copies); Menu. History. Words to Song "A Home Way Up North" by Gretchen Hampton: Annual Wild Game Dinner. Dr. J.H. Romig's Board of Directors Anchorage, Alaska: (Oct. 11, 1943)(2 copies), (Nov. 8 1944) (2 copies), (Nov. 14, 1945) (3 copies).
184. Darrel St. Clair: Poetry Book; 1970.
From Bewilderness Back to the Wilderness, Darrel Daniel St. Clair. Poetry and Photos. Magpie Press. Alaska: (1970).
185. Seattle Symphony Orchestra; 1972.
Concert Program. History of Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Members of Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Anchorage, Alaska: (Apr. 4, 1972) (2 copies).
186. Senior Citizens; n.d., 1973, 1975-1978.
Article. "Thinking of Early Retirement? - the Rewards and Pitfalls". U.S. News and World Report: (Sept. 6, 1976); HEW Pub. #76-10052. Your Disability Claim: (1976); HEW Pub. #76-11011. Important Info. about Supplemental Security Income Payments: (1976); HEW #77-10372. You can have check deposited directly into your account: (1977); HEW #76-10069. If you work after you retire (2 copies): (1976); HEW #76-10302. New Hosp. ins. amounts: (1975); HEW #76-10083. How to complete request for Medicare: (1976); HEW #75-10042. Home care under Medicare: (1975); HEW #77-10316 A message about Medicare: (1977); HEW Your Medicare Ins. card: (1973); HEW #78-10008 Your 1978 soc. security deduction: (1978); HEW #77-11011. What you have to know about SSI: (1977); SSA-5000. Collection and use of info. by Social Security Ad. (2 copies): (1975); Article "Plan to work after you retire? Better check Social Security. U.S. News and World Report: (Mar. 29, 1976); Form OA-C 611b Social Security Beneficiaries: (n.d.); Newsletter. Pipeline. Public Employees Retirement System: v.1 #4 (Fall, 1975), v.! #8 (Aug., 1977), v.1 #9 (June, 1978); Northern Signts. Human Support Services. Municipality of Anchorage: v.1 #1 (April 1977), v.1 #4 (Mar. 1978), Classified. (Aug., 1978).
187. Sequim, Washington; n.d., 1968.
Information booklet. Welcome to Sequim and the Dungeness Valley, Olympic Publications Inc.: (1968 edition); Map. Sequim. Dungeness: (n.d.).
188. Sheldon Jackson Junior Collegez: Newsletter; 1962.
The Verstovian: (Apr. 1962).
189. Spokane, Washington; n.d., 1942, 1946.
Directory of Diocese of Spokane: (1946); Map: (1942); Brochure. Activities. Sights. no front cover: (n.d.); Location of Catholic Churches and Schools: (n.d.).
190. Stanford University; 1955-1957.
Bulletin. Stanford Today: (Nov. 15, 1955), (Aug. 15, 1956), (Feb. 15, 1957); Brochure. Parents are important in the Stanford Family picture: (1957).
191. Statehood for Alaska; n.d., 1952, 1955, 1958.
Speech. "A Platform For Alaska". Kiwanis Club: (Dec. 9, 1952); Biennial Report. "Statehood for Alaska". Alaska State Committee: (Aug. 1, 1953); Newsletter of Operation Statehood. Letter for membership dues. Operation Statehood: (Aug. 22, 1955); Fact Sheet Fed. Cost of Living Allowance Will Continue #1: (n.d.); Fact Sheet Statehood will speed up AK control of resources #2: (n.d.); Fact Sheet Government pay #3: (n.d.); Fact Sheet Voting Qualifications #4: (n.d.); Fact Sheet Native Population Better off with Statehood. #9: (n.d.); Fact Sheet Yes Votes needed on all 3 propositions #10: (n.d.); Brochure. Election Day Fact and Fantasy. Operation Statehood (4 copies): (1958); Public Law 85-508. An act to provide the admission of the State of Alaska into the union (2 copies): (July 7, 1958).
192. Steller Secondary School; 1976.
Commencement program (May 28, 1976)(3 copies).
193. This Alaska; 1970, 1971, 1974.
This Alaska. Special Golden Days issue Anchorage, Alaska: v.II #6: (July 1970); Special Ed. Drug Abuse Anchorage Alaska: v.III #6: (Aug. 1971); On the Kenai Peninsula Anchorage Alaska: v. V #1 (May, 1974) (2 copies), Golden Days Anchorage, Alaska: v. V #2 (June, 1974); Whitehorse, Yukon Anchorage, Alaska: v. V #3 (July 24, 1974) (2 copies), Discover Juneau Anchorage Alaska: v. $ #4 (Aug. 1974).
194. Time; July 27, 1970.
Time. Cover story, Alaska: Last Chance for the Last Frontier, Time Inc. New York, New York: (July 27, 1970 issue).
195. Treasures of Sight and Sound (TOSS); n.d.
Program. "Oliver." Treasures of Sight and Sound. Anchorage, Alaska: (May 21-23).
196. Touring Juneau; 1973.
Touring Juneau: A collection of Old Time and Modern Photos, Maps, and Bits of Juneau History, by Toni Croft and Phyllice Bradner: (1973).
197. U.S. Commissioners Manual: (1950).
Manual for U.S. Commissioners in the Territory of Alaska, 1950.
198. U.S. Marine Corps Reserve: Newsletter; 1961.
The Reserve Marine: (Oct. 1961).
199. University of Alask Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1956-1962.
Alaska Alumnus. College, Alaska: v.1 #2 (Oct. 1956); 1922 photo of First College building at dedication: v. 1 #3 (Jan. 1957); v. 1 #4 (Apr. 1957); v. 2, #2 (Oct. 1957); v.2 #4 (Apr. 1958); Photo of 1st six students to enroll at Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines: v.3 #4 (Apr. 1959); Photo of largest graduating class at U of A May 18: v 4 #1 (July, 1959); Photos of Class of '40. College, Alaska: v.4 #4 (Apr. 1960); Farewell to President Patty. Charles E. Bunnell Memorial Building Dedicated. Outstanding teacher citation to D. Wm. K. Keller College, Alaska: v.5 #1 (July 1960); A few photos of current students. Photos of Class of 1941: v.5 #4 (April, 1961); Photo of Alumni Association Board of Directors College Alaska: v.6 #1 (July 1961) (2 copies); Photos of Academic Vice President and Deans of several departments: v.6 #1 (Oct. 1961) (2 copies); New College Post office. 2 inserts: Nominating Petition and various special announcements: v.6 #3 (Jan. 1962) (3 copies); Photo Pres. Wm. R. Wood, Reg. and Dir. of Admissions Mrs. Laura Jones, Dean Dr. Edward Voldseth: v.6 #4 (Apr. 1962); v.7 #2 (Oct. 1962) (2 copies);
200. University of Alaska Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1963-1966.
Alaska Alumnus. College, Alaska. Photo: Lola Cromeans Tilly: v.7 #4 (Apr. 1963) (2 copies); Photos: Graduation 1963, 1st woman graduate Mardy Murie, Dr. Laurence Irving and Mark Ringstad: v.8 #1 (July, 1963) (2 copies); Aerial views of campus. Photo of Richard W. Niswonger: v.8 #3 (Jan. 1964); Engineering Building dedication Civil engineer alumni return. 1964 military degree recipients. Ground breaking for Biological Sciences Building : v.9 #1 (July, 1964); Director of Libraries. H. Theodore Ryberg. Orientation Photos: v.9 #1 (Oct. 1964); Ivar Skarland obit. College, Alaska: v.9 #3 (Jan. 1965); Dean of Anchorage Community College and Provost of University of Alaska, Anchorage: Dr. Don M. Dafoe. College, Alaska: v.10 #3 (Winter, 1966).
201. University of Alaska Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1969-1971.
Alaska Alumnus. College, Alaska. 1933-1934 Basket ball Players return. Honorary degree: Louis A. Boyd. Photo: Prof. Wm. R. Cashen: v.13 #4 (Spring, 1969); Alaska Alumnus. Distinguished Alumnus 1970 Emily Evanoff Brown. Dr. Wm. R. Wood anniversary. Honorary degrees: Archie Demmert, Margaret Bell Wiks, Dr. G. Dallas Hanna, Elmer E. Rasmuson: v.15 #1 (Summer, 1970); Alaska Alumnus 8th Equinox Race. U of A's Director of Univ. Relations Jerold G. Sorensen. Robert Bloom Regent in 1922 donation to U of A College Alaska: v.15 #2 (Fall 1970) (2 copies); Diaries of George M. Pilcher: v.15 #3 (Winter 1970-1971); Philip M. Holland obit. 1937 photo Jean Bunnell, Harold A. Byrd, Dr. and Mrs. Rainey: v.15 #4 (Spring, 1971) (2 copies); 1971 Distinguished Alumnus Patrick H. O'Neill. Qiviut: Rick Grines. Martha Sara Jack 1971 Graduate. Anchorage Chapter Banquet-Photos: v.15, 16 #4, #1 (Summer, 1971); Campus 1929. Alumni Board of Directors: v.16 #2 (Fall, 1971); UA Color TV Wayne Jones Alumni Staff: v.16 #3 (Winter 1971-1972).
202. University of Alaska Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1972.
Alaska Alumnus. College, Alaska. Eva McGown Music Rm.: V.16 #4 (Spring, 1972) (2 copies); 50th Commencement. Anchorage Alumni: v.17 #1 (Summer, 1972) (2 copies); Wood Center dedicated. Dr. John Hansen: v.17 #2 (Fall, 1972) (2 copies).
203. University of Alaska Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1973.
Alaska Alumnus. Fairbanks, Alaska. 5 buildings dedicated on campus. Dr. Wood honored: v.17 #3 (Winter, 1972-1973)(2 copies); Alaska Alumnus. UA Basketball team 1972-1973 Men's dormitory Association 1936. Tom Ek'33 obit.: v.17 #4 (Spring 1973) (2 copies); Distinguished Alumnus Alvin A. Polet '32. Commencement Board of Regents Pres. Dr. Robert W. Hiatt. Farewell dinner Dr. Wm. R. Wood UA Anchorage holds 3rd commencement: v.18 #1 (Summer 1973) (2 copies); Harold A. Byrd retirement Pres Hiatt tours state. Tearing down the tower Alumni encampment at Willow Creek, Ca.: v.18 #2 (Fall 1973) (2 copies).
204. University of Alaska Alumni Association: Alumnus; 1974-1975.
Alaska Alumnus. Fairbanks, Alaska. Dr. Don M. Dafoe. Harold Byrd retirement. Bess Hiatt-1st Lady at Univ.: (Winter 1973-1974) (2 copies); Dean Hilliard Director of University Relations Development. Engineers - Open House. Wm. R. Cashen retirement. Howard Ringley Photos. Outstanding teacher Prof. Leo Mark Anthony. Ronald Wendte Student Regent: v.13 #4 (Spring 1974); Architectural Planner Richard A. Holden. Chancellor Dr. Mark N. Christiansen. Emily I. Brown-Woman of the Year. Ann Tremarello and Phil Deisher to University positions. Alumnus John O'Shea. Friends say goodbye to Bill Cashen. Dr. Hiatt inaugurated. Commencement 1974: v.18 #4(Summer 1974) William A. O'Neill 1907-1974. Milo Griffin administers State Courts. Dr. Claus M. Naske awarded grant. Fairbanks, Alaska: v.19 #2 (Fall 1974); Gov. Hammond recalls days on Univ. campus. O'Neill building. Regents Robertson and Kito: v.19 #4 (Spring, 1975) (2 copies); Top Alumni Beistline. Dedication O'Neill Resources Building. Alumni Director Evy Walters. Richard Reeve, Pres. Alumni. Margaret Thomas Murie visits. Bettie Harrop Clark '35 and alumni: v.20 #1 (Fall, 1975); Pres. Patty obit. Lydia Fohn-Hansen. Frank Flavin State Ombudsman. Oregon Chapter officers: v.20 #2 (Winter 1975-1976).
205. University of Alaska: Catalogs:1957, 1961, 1965, 1971.
1957-1958, 1961-1962, 1965-1966, 1971 Summer Sessions, 1971-1972 Correspondence Study.
206. University of Alaska, Chorus; 1956, 1959 (empty).
Christmas concert: (Dec. 19, 1956); Concert Tour: (1959).
207. University of Alaska, Cooperative Extension Service: Bulletins; 1946, 1952, 1955.
Bulletin 127 30 Recipes for Alaska Potatoes: (Feb. 1946); Bulletin 128 rev. Alaska Berries: (Apr. 1946); Bulletin 451 rev. Gardening in Alaska: (Apr. 1952); Bulletin F-46 Alaska Mushrooms: (Aug. 1952); Bulletin 18 Matanuska Valley Memoir: (July 1955).
208. University of Alaska, Cooperative Extension Service: Bulletins; n.d., 1957, 1958, 1960.
Bulletin F-11 reprint. Alaska Berries: (Oct. 1957); Bulletin 600 rev. Weeds in Alaska: (Jan. 1958); Bulletin F-40 reprint Wild Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska: (1958); Bulletin 400 A Key to Flower Use in Alaska: (Dec. 1960); Bulletin 14 How to Knit Socks, Gloves, Mittens, Caps: (n.d.); Bulletin 451 Gardening in Alaska: (n.d.); Bulletin F-22 Rhubarb: (n.d.).
209. University of Alaska, Cooperative Extension Service: Circulars and Misc.; n.d., 1944, 1945, 1949, 1956, 1958, 1960.
Circular 5 Soil Fertilizers: (Apr. 1944); Letter. 4-H Club News (May 15, 1945); Letter. Cooperative Extension news. Recipes: (Dec. 1945); Revised. Fishery Leaflet 128. Cleaning. Freezing. Recipes: (June 1949); Cir. 430 Your Law: (July 1956); Cir. 452 rev. Bad News for Bugs (2 copies): (Jan. 1958); Recipe Folder by Frances Hulbert: (June 1960); Mimeo 13 Cultures of Strawberries: (n.d.); Cir. 400 Flowers for Alaska: (n.d.); Cir. 438 Shrubs for Your Yard: (n.d.).
210. University of Alaska, Cooperative Extension Service: Publication; 1964, 1965, 1969, 1972.
Pub. 30 rev. Greenhouses in Alaska: (1964); Pub. 49 Alaska Resources Development Directory: (1965); Pub. 10 Alaska Resources Development Directory: (Aug. 1969); Pub. 010 rev. Alaska's Cooperative Extension Publications: (Nov. 1972); Pub. 54 Land and Living in Alaska: (n.d.); Publication 9 Seed Starting and Transplanting: (n.d.); Pub. 10 Fertilizer For the Home Gardner: (n.d.); Pub. 11 Establishing a Lawn: (n.d.); Pub. 29 Sourdough: (n.d.).
211. University of Alaska: Farthest North College President; 1972.
Farthest North College President: Charles E. Bunnell and the early history of the University of Alaska, by William R. Cashen, Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1972.
212. University of Alaska, Institute of Business, Economic, and Government Research; 1955.
Review of Business and Economic Conditions: (Dec. 1955).
213. University of Alaska, Miscellaneous Materials; n.d., 1945, 1952, 1958, 1961.
Commencement Program: (May 14, 1945); Music "Alaska College-Alma Mater" and "Fight Song". Words to College music "Ad Summun", "U of A Almer Mater" and "U of A Light Song"; Invitation to Ceremonies Commemorating 50th Ann. of Discovery of Gold: (July 21-22, 1952); UAF Student Handbook: (1958-1959); Enrollment Forecast. Yearly enrollment: (1922-1961); Faculty Members and Salary Range:(1961); Information for registrants: (n.d.).
214. University of Alaska: Newspaper; 1930 (Oversize, located in Box 11).
Farthest North Collegian. Olga Strandberg Ass't editor: v.8 #6 (Feb. 28, 1930); Olga Strandberg Asst. Ed. Mentioned in articles: Olga Strandberg, Larry Doheny, Theodore Strandberg, William Strandberg, Harold Strandberg: v.8 #9 (May 31, 1930); Photo. L.C. Doheny.
215. University of Alaska: Newspaper; 1951, 1956, 1957 (Oversize, located in Box 11).
Polar Star. v.6 #20 (Feb. 19, 1951), v.12 #9 (Nov. 16, 1956), v.22 #11 (Nov. 30, 1956), v.22 #12 (Dec. 14, 1956), v.22 #14 (Dec. 21, 1956), v.14 #11 (Dec. 5, 1957).
216. University of Alaska: President's Report; ca. 1973.
Report of the President, 1960-1973: "Toward Tomorrow: Building a University for the North": (ca. 1973).
217. University of Alaska: Yearbook; 1955.
Denali: (1955).
218. The Veteran Job Seeker in Alaska; 1963.
Characteristics of the Unemployed Veteran in Alaska During the Peak Employment Period 1963, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Veteran's Employment Service: (1963).
219. Village Police Officers and Magistrates Graduation; 1971.
Program: (Sep 17, 1971).
220. West Side City Town Crier; 1973.
West Side City Town Crier: (Oct. 12, 1973).
221. Western Alaska Music Festival; 1957.
Program of Band, Choruses and Orchestras: (April 26-27, 1957).
222. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; 1961.
1960 Annual Report to Governors and Legislators of the West: (1960).
223. Young Republicans, National Federation of; n.d., 1951.
Organizations Manual; Price List. Official Fighting Elephant emblems: (1951); Leaflet. Voting and joining a party: (n.d.); Emblem. Fighting elephant: (n.d.).


PART 7. ARTIFACTS; n.d., 1935-1978.

Box 1

Series 1. Lawrence Doheny's Surveying and Drafting Tools; n.d.
1.
Surveyor's transit (1 item).

Box 2

2. Slide rules (4 different).
1. Twelve and one-half inch slide rule in orange leather case.
2. Keuffel & Esser Co.; twelve-inch slide rule in brown leather case.
3. Paper, Calmenson & Co.; Six-inch slide rule in light brown leather case.
4. The Frederick Post Co.; Six-inch slide rule in brown leather case.
3. Drafting set in case, Kenffel & Esser Co. (contains 17 items).
4. Architects Professional Paraline, Pickett & Eckel, Inc.
5. Angles, curves, and rulers (6 items).
1. Kenffel & Esser Co. 30' x 60' 10-inch triangle.
2. Braddock 45' triangle.
3. 30' x 60' 6-inch triangle.
4. Kenffel & Esser Co. Irregular curve.
5. Bruning. Protractor showing 210'.
6. 2 Dretzgen six-inch scales (divides inches into 10, 20, 30, and 50 parts.
6. Black pencil case (10 x 6 x 2) containing pencils, pens, erasers, screwdriver, file, and many other items including a small knife.

Box 3

Series 2. Doheny Family Memorabilia; n.d., 1935-1978.
1.
Fur Rendezvous Buttons; n.d., 1962; 2 items.
2. Anchorage Republican Women's Club Raffle Tickets; Nov. 1960.
3. Alaska Purchase Centennial stamps 1867-1967; 1967 (1 sheet of 100).
4. Louis Armstrong concert ticket; 1965.
5. Anchorage Golden Anniversary commemorative coin, 1920-1970; 1970.
6. Fairbanks Dog Show license and ribbons; 1947 (4 items).
1. Dog license.
2 & 3. Mutt Parade ribbons (2 items).
4. 3rd Prize ribbon.
7. Fairbanks Ice Carnival and Dog Derby banner (on animal skin); 1935.
8. American Legion National Essay Contest Award bronze medal (Olga Strandberg); 1926.
9. State of Alaska service pins; n.d. (3 items).
1 & 2. 5 year pins (2 different).
3. 10 year pin.
10. Alaska Hi-way patch (felt); n.d.
11. Good Conduct medal (bronze); 1942.
12. Anchorage and Alaska merchants' advertising; n.d., 1937, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1957, 1959, 1961-1963, 1967, 1972, 1975-1978; 38 items.
13. Pioneers of Alaska pin and committee ribbon; n.d. (2 items).

Box 1

Series 3. Children's Toys; ca. 1930s.
Note: These two items were presented to the archives by Susan Elliott, owner of the former Doheny family home in Anchorage.

1. Mechanical sheet metal cat with rear drive wheels (ears missing); Mar Toys, New York (grey and black stripes with yellow ribbon, 5 X 4 X 9 inches).
2. Cast metal pickup truck (red, 2 X 2 X 7 inches).