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JOHN R. "JACK" RODERICK. Papers; 1900-2002. 27 cu. ft.

John R. "Jack" Roderick was born in Seattle, Washington, in 1926. He served in the U.S. Navy Air Corps during World War II and later received degrees in political science (B.A., Yale University, 1949), law (J.D., University of Washington, 1959), and public administration (M.P.A., Harvard University, 1981). Roderick moved to Anchorage in 1954, where he worked as a truck driver before becoming involved in publishing oil-related publications including the Alaska Industry magazine, Alaska Scouting Service newsletter, and the Alaska Petroleum Directory. He married Martha Brady Martin in 1955. Other early business interests of his included the oil exploration companies Ivy, Inc. and the Alaska Exploration Corporation, as well as the practice of law (1961-1963, 1969-1970). He was active in the Alaska State Democratic Party (chairman, 1985-1988), and has held several government positions. These included: Regional Director of the U.S. Peace Corps in India (1967-1968), Greater Anchorage Area Borough Mayor (1972-1975), Deputy Commissioner of the Alaska State Department of Natural Resources (1976-1978), Alaska Director of the U.S. Farmer's Home Administration (1978-1979), and Alaska State Energy Director and member of the Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board (1984-1985). Roderick has also been a public affairs consultant for the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company (1971-1972), an adjunct professor in business law at the University of Alaska Anchorage, and an instructor at Alaska Pacific University teaching an "Oil in Alaska"course. He wrote the book, Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska, published in 1997.

The collection consists of the personal, political, and historical papers of Jack Roderick, most of which concern his research and writings on the history of oil resource development in Alaska. The collection is divided into fifteen series: personal papers (biographical and Anchorage mayoral materials); "Oil in Alaska" course at Alaska Pacific University; Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board; Amerada-Hess oil royalties litigation; editions and drafts of the book, Crude Dreams; oil in Alaska related oral interviews on audiocassettes; oil in Alaska related reference files on individuals; oil in Alaska reference files; oil in Alaska related maps; oil in Alaska related photographs; a photographic exhibition on the history of oil exploration and development in Alaska; Alaska oil and gas publications; Alaska natural gas publications; oil and gas related periodicals; and miscellaneous materials. Types of materials found in the collection include newspaper clippings, articles, copies of legal and governmental documents, publications, reports, interview recordings and transcripts, photographs, and maps.

The collection was presented to the archives by Jack Roderick in 2002.

HMC-0547
JAS (4/2002)

Inventory:

SERIES LIST

Series 1. Personal Papers; 1949-2002. .45 cu. ft.
This series consists of biographical materials, writings, photographs, and other items by or about Jack Roderick and his life. The series is divided into subseries for biographical materials and Anchorage mayoral materials.

Series 2. Oil in Alaska Course at Alaska Pacific University, 1982; n.d., 1962, 1971-1985. 1 cu. ft.
This series consists of course session outlines, bibliographies, handouts, and readings for Jack Roderick's college course at Alaska Pacific University, taught in 1981 and 1982. Course readings, which are arranged alphabetically, make up a majority of the series.

Series 3. Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board; 1975-1990. .6 cu. ft.
This series consists of Jack Roderick's files from his membership on the Alaska governor's Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board, beginning in 1983, and other related materials. The files include board minutes, royalties-in-kind documents, royalty oil contracts, policy documents, and travel authorizations.

Series 4. Amerada-Hess Oil Royalties Litigation; 1958-1992. 4.85 cu. ft.
This series consists of Jack Roderick's files concerning the oil royalties litigation in the matter of the State of Alaska v. Amerada Hess Corporation. The series includes Roderick's depositions from 1991 (transcripts and videocassettes), the depositions of others in the matter, settlement documents, and the contents of Roderick's own reference binders containing copies of documents concerning the litigation.

Series 5. Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska; n. d., 1990-1997. 4.85 cu. ft.
This series consists of published editions, notes, and drafts of Jack Roderick's book, published in 1997. It is divided into subseries for published editions, chronological notes and Alaska Scouting Service files, drafts, and computer disks. The drafts include those edited by Charles Wohlforth, Kay Fanning, John McNanamin, Chancy Croft, Cliff Cernick, Martha Roderick, and Jack Roderick himself. They also include preview drafts, a final draft sent to Epicenter Press, and the galley proofs. The computer disks contain drafts for the period 1990-1996.

Series 6. Oil in Alaska Related Oral Interviews (Arranged Alphabetically by Interviewee) and Other Audiocassette Recordings; n.d., 1981, 1982, 1988-1995 (55 audiocassettes). .35 cu. ft.
This series consists of audiocassette recordings that Jack Roderick made during interviews held with various figures involved in the history of the development of oil resources in Alaska. These interviews were used in the creation of the book, Crude Dreams, and were conducted during the period of 1988 to 1995. Also included with this series are earlier recordings, including: three from guest lecturers Ed Porter, Milton Lipton, and Emil Notti from Roderick's Oil in Alaska course at Alaska Pacific University in 1981 and 1982; a Charles Towill interview of Geoffrey Larminie regarding the Alaska environment in the 1970s; and Jack Roderick's talk to the Cook Inlet Historical Society in 1990.

Series 7. Oil in Alaska Related Individuals Files (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1953-2001. 2 cu. ft.
This series consists of reference files for individuals involved in the history of development of oil resources in Alaska. The files contain newspaper clippings, obituaries, articles, interview notes, interview transcripts, speech transcripts, historical papers, and other materials.

Series 8. Oil in Alaska Reference Files; 1900-2001. 6 cu. ft.
This series consists of Jack Roderick's reference files concerning the history of development of oil resources in Alaska. The series is divided into subseries for the following subjects: Katalla; Kanatak (Cold Bay) and Iniskin Peninsula; state oil and gas lease sales; state oil and gas lease pricing; the Alyeska Oil Pipeline; North Slope oil; Alaska Natives and native organizations; Alaska oil and gas taxation; oil companies; state correspondence regarding oil and gas leasing (Alaska Territorial and state memoranda); and miscellaneous individual subject files. The reference files consist of newspaper clippings, articles, publications, reports, copies of legal and government documents, maps, and other materials.

Series 9. Oil in Alaska Related Maps; n.d. 1903-1992. .75 cu. ft.
This series consists of maps concerning oil and other geological resources in Alaska. It is divided into subseries for general maps, oil lease maps, and folded maps and map packets. Geographical areas covered include Cook Inlet, Katalla, Cold Bay, Kanatak, the Arctic Slope, and the entire state of Alaska.

Series 10. Oil in Alaska Related Photographs; n.d., 1900-1994 (206 b&w prints; 31 color prints; 3 color slides; 8 b&w negatives; 25 color negatives; 18 b&w copy negatives; 1 color copy negative). .45 cu. ft.
This series consists of photographs of people and locations in Alaska involved in the development of oil resources. The series is divided into folders concerning the following subjects: Katalla; Kanatak and Cold Bay; Iniskin Peninsula; Standard Oil of California; Governor William A. Egan; North Slope discovery and Trans-Alaska Pipeline; oil exploration at Eureka by C.F. Shield and William A. O'Neill; the $900 million dollar oil lease sale and Tom Kelly, Walter Hickel, and Michael Halbouty; oil development at Houston by George Tucker and Ralph Peterson; Cook Inlet and Swanson River offshore oil development; Locke Jacobs; and photos of individuals. Many of the photographs in this series were used in the book, Crude Dreams, and/or the photographic exhibit in Series 11.

Series 11. 100 Years of Oil Exploration: A Photographic Exhibition; 1997 (67 black and white prints, 1 color print, 69 negatives). 4 cu. ft.
This series consists of black and white photographic prints, labels, and other materials from the exhibit created in conjunction with the publication of Jack Roderick's book, Crude Dreams. The series is divided into subseries for exhibit prints (including exhibit labels and copy negatives), exhibit labels without exhibit prints, and additional exhibit materials. The additional materials include mounted quotes from the book; detail maps of Katalla, the Iniskin Peninsula, and Kanatak; an oversize mounted Northern Alaska Activity oil fields and wells map; posters and signs for the book and the exhibit; a framed photo portrait of Jack Roderick; and framing, glass, and hardware from select smaller exhibit prints.

Series 12. Alaska Oil and Gas Related Publications (Arranged Chronologically); 1959, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1985,1987, 1989, 1998. .4 cu. ft.

Series 13. Alaska Natural Gas Related Publication; 1975, 1977, 1982, 1983. .4 cu. ft.

Series 14. Oil and Gas Related Periodicals; 1964, 1968, 1972, 1977, 1983-1986, 1988. .2 cu. ft.

Series 15. Miscellaneous Materials; n.d., 1904, 1927, 1989-1998. .8 cu. ft.
This series consists of three oil royalty certificates, two plat claim maps, an Alaska resource development timeline, newspaper sections and clippings on the Exxon Valdez oil spill and other oil related subjects, and some duplicate drafts of the book, Crude Dreams. The oil royalty certificates include those for the Portage Bay Exploration Company, the Cold Bay Exploration Company, and the Ugashik Lakes Exploration Company. The plat claim maps are copies mounted on boards of two Alaska Development Co. claims in the Kayak Mining District of Alaska.



BOX AND FOLDER LIST

 Box 1

Series 1. Personal Papers; 1949-2002.

Subseries 1a. Biographical Materials; n.d., 1949-2002.
1.
Autobiographical materials; 1997, 2002.
-Resume; 2002.
-"Jack Roderick's Biography"; 2002.
-"Jack Roderick's Yale 1949 Class Biography"; Nov. 1, 1997.
2. Miscellaneous biographical materials; n.d., 1992, 1997, 1999, 2001.
-Alaska's Petroleum Future: New Directions; Sponsored by the Office of Continuing Education, University of Alaska, Anchorage; Sheraton Anchorage; Nov. 19, 1985 (program; Jack Roderick, moderator of panel discussion).
-Cook Inlet Historical Society presents Jack Roderick, who will talk about "Early Oil Exploration in Alaska," Thursday, September 17, 1992 at 7:30 pm, Anchorage Museum of History and Art (announcement).
-"President Clinton Names Jack Roderick as a Member of the Arctic Research Commission" (Press release); Apr. 11, 1997.
-Alaska Humanities Forum 1999 Speakers Bureau Catalog; 1999 (Includes photo and profile of Jack Roderick).
-Thank you letter for Jack Roderick from Alaska Governor Tony Knowles for service on the Alaska Highway Natural Gas Policy Council; Dec. 14, 2001.
3. Biographical newspaper clippings; 1944, 1946, 1949, 1957, 1963, 1964, 1997.
4. Alaska Scouting Service Reports; n.d., 1955, 1956, 1958-1962.
5. The Alaska Oil Industry, 1962 Progress Report; Edited by T. Atkinson; Published by Petroleum Publications, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; 1962.
6. Crude Dreams press materials; n.d., 1988, 1993, 1997-1999.
7. Oil in Alaska Course at Alaska Pacific University: Promotional materials; n.d., 1981, 1982, 1985.
8. "Who's Minding the Storehouse: Perceptions of Oil & Alaska"; By John R. Roderick, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Topics in Government and Business; May 1, 1981 (45 pages plus notes and exhibits).
9. Writings; n.d. 1955, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998.
-"Alaska's Energy Future: 1985-2005"; n.d.
-"Alaskan Drilling Tempo to Increase"; The Oil and Gas Journal; Aug. 29, 1955.
-"Marketing Alaska's Oil and Gas to Japan"; By Jack Roderick, Energy Director; Presented at the International Energy Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder; Oct. 2, 1984.
-"Oil and the State: Cementing a 'Growing Partnership'; By Jack Roderick, Alaska Construction & Oil; Jan. 1986 (Original issue of magazine located in Box 37).
-"The first time around: Oil problems? Hickel has seen them before"; By Jack Roderick, Anchorage Daily News; Dec. 16, 1990 (Original newspaper section located in Box 37).
-"Striking it rich: Before there was a Prudhoe Bay, there were long days, dry holes"; By Jack Roderick, Anchorage Daily News, July 19, 1992.
-"Legal analysis: Amerada Hess: millions of dollars per word"; By Jack Roderick, Pol: A Journal of Policy and Politics, Alaska Research Associates; Sep. 1992.
-"How We Got Prudhoe Bay: Alaska's Good Fortune to Select the North Slope Oil Fields from the Federal Government was based on a bureaucratic Solution to an Unrelated Problem"; By Jack Roderick, Pol: A Journal of Public Policy and Politics, Alaska Research Associates; Summer 1993.
-"Crude Dreams: In an excerpt from his new book, former Anchorage Mayor Jack Roderick examines Alaska's oil experience"; By Jack Roderick, We Alaskans, Anchorage Daily News; Sep. 14, 1997 (Original newspaper magazine section located in Box 37).
-"Inside Stories: Oil & politics in Alaska"; By Jack Roderick, Heartland Magazine, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; Mar. 15, 1998 (Original newspaper magazine section located in Box 37).
10. Materials from or relating to Governor William A. Egan and Neva Egan; 1962, 1963, 1984, 1987 (includes correspondence).
-Official Inaugural Program; Jan. 26, 1963.
11. Photographs; n.d., 1957, 1958, 1962, 1978 (5 b&w prints; 1 color print).
  1. Photo Portrait; ca. 1970s (1 b&w print, 4 X 5 inch).
  2. Charles Barnes, Jack Roderick, and Pat Ryan standing in front of the Alaska Scouting Service Office (Petroleum Publications, Inc.) at 5th Avenue and G Street in Anchorage; Winter 1958 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
  3. L.E. Grammer (Alaska's "Pioneer Oilman") and Leroy Hines (San Francisco lease broker) standing in front of the Salty Dawg Saloon in Homer, three weeks before the Swanson River oil discovery; June 15, 1957 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
  4. Color photo portrait on on 8.5 X 11 inch sheet; n.d.
  5. U.S. Secretary of Interior Bob Berglund swearing in Jack Roderick as Alaska's first State Director of Farmer's Home Administration, with U.S. Senator Mike Gravel to his left; July 1978.
  6. Alaska Democrats from left to right: Jack Roderick, John Rader, Peter Labate, Nick Begich, Earl Hillstrand, and Joe Josephson; Dolores D. Roguszka, photographer; 1962 (b&w print, 6 X 6.5 inch).

Subseries 1b. Anchorage Mayoral Materials; n.d., 1972, 1973, 1975, 1997, 1999.
1.
Newspaper clippings; n.d., 1973, 1975, 1997, 1999.
2. Miscellaneous items; 1972, 1975.
-Jack Roderick for borough mayor campaign booklet; 1972.
-The Home Rule Charter for the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, by Anchorage Charter Commission, September 16, 1975 (Preamble and list of current and past Anchorage Mayors and city councilmen).
-Original pen and ink caricature on board by Taylor Jones, The Charleston Gazette; 1975.
3. Videocassettes; 1995, 2000 (2 VHS videocassettes).
-Jack Roderick for Mayor campaign spots; 1975 (Color, 4-60 second spots, 1 VHS videocassette, duplicated Sep. 15, 1998).
-Anchorage 2000 Project Mayor's Interview; Weston Productions; ca. 2000 (1 VHS videocassette, 20 minutes).
4. Photographs; n.d., 1972, 1973, 1975 (9 b&w prints; 1 color & b&w composite print).
-Elizabeth (Libby), Martha, Sarah (Selah), and Jack Roderick at home on Hidden Lane, Anchorage; 1972 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-"ARCO Anchorage" christening at Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard: Jack Roderick, Mrs. Robert O. Anderson, Mrs. Robert O. Anderson, Jr., and George Sullivan; Francis Digennaro, photographer; June 2, 1973 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-Life Insurance Week; left to right: George Sullivan, Mayor of Anchorage, Jack Gwaltney, General Agent, John Hancock, and Jack Roderick, Mayor, Greater Anchorage Area Borough; Ward Wells, photographer; May 11-17, 1975 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-Mayor Jack Roderick helps with trash pickup; Anchorage Times photo; July 7, 1975 (b&w print, 5.25 X 5.75 inch).
-Jack Roderick Giving Lowell Thomas, Jr. a plaque; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
-Jack Roderick at meeting with Harry Donahue, Chief Administrative Assistant, to his right; n.d. (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-Jack Roderick at door of people mover bus; n.d. (b&w print, 5.25 X 8 inch).
-Jack Roderick presenting medal at City of Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department event; U.S. Army Photo, Fort Richardson; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
-Jack Roderick riding bicycle; n.d. (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-Jack Roderick in office holding up 1975 pipeline Impact Anchorage report; n.d.
-Mayor Roderick Announces Borough to Assume Areawide Mosquito Control Power; n.d. (Composite color and b&w photograph mounted on sheet, 8.5 X 11 inch).

Box 2

Series 2. Oil in Alaska Course at Alaska Pacific University, 1982; n.d., 1962, 1971-1985.
1.
Course session outlines, bibliographies, and handouts; 1982.

Course Readings (Arranged Alphabetically by Author):

2. Alaska Division of Energy and Power Development, Department of Commerce and Economic Development. Alaska Regional Energy Resources Planning Project - Phase 1, Volume I: Alaska's Energy Resources, Findings and Analysis, Final Report; Hydroelectric section; n.d. (Pages 7, 128-131).
3. Alaska Growth Policy Council. "The Politics of Jealousy"; National Energy Wealth Redistribution public symposium; Dec. 6, 1980.
4. Alaska Information Service. "The Developing Theme: State Oil, Gas, and Pipeline Policy"; The Alaska Series: Special Reports For Management; 1972 (Pages 1-35).
5. Arthur Andersen & Co. Prudhoe Bay Field and Trans-Alaska Pipeline System: Comparative State Tax Burden Study; Jan. 1978.
6. Basescu, Neil et al, Geo-Heat Utilization Center. Alaska: A Guide to Geothermal Energy Development; Introduction and Chapter I; Prepared for the U.S. Department of Engergy, Region X Office, Seattle, Washington; June 1980 (Pages 1, 2, 4-11).
7. Beaufort Sea Leases. Map of "Where Beaufort Sea leases are being tested"; n.d.
8. Berry, Mary Clay. The Alaska Pipeline; Chapter 5: "Oil Comes to Alaska," and Chapter 9: "Justice or Oil?"; Indiana University Press; 1975 (Pages 84-101, 163-195).
9. Birch, Horton, Bittner and Monroe. Promotion and Development of the Petrochemical Industry in Alaska; Prepared for the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Royalty Oil and Gas Advisory Board; Nov. 1, 1979 (Pages 2-1 to 2-7, and Executive Summary pages 1-6).
10. Bird, Kenneth J. "USGS- Open-File 81-227"; Feb. 1981 (Pages 1-29).
11. Bower, Joseph L. "Effective public management: It isn't the same as effective business management"; Harvard Business Review, Mar.-Apr. 1977.
12. Bradner, Mike. Historical Review of Alaska Petroleum Taxes, 1955-1978; Apr. 1979 (Pages 1-41).
13. Bradner, Mike. The Politics of Pipeline Ownership; The Alaska Series; n.d. (Pages 30-35).
14. Chandler, Alfred D., Jr. "Government Versus Business: An American Phenomenon"; Chapter 1 of Business and Public Policy, edited by John T. Dunlop; n.d. (Pages 1-11).
15. "Church Subcommittee Report on Oil, 1970-1971 Negotiations." Harvard Business School excerpt; ca. 1971 (Pages 1-14).
16. Commonwealth North. "Solutions to the National Energy Crisis: Why Not Alaska?"; Action Paper; n.d. (Pages 35-43, 71-74, 80-82).
17. Cooley, John K. "The Libyan Menace"; Foreign Policy; Spring 1981.
18. Cooper, Bryan. Alaska, the Last Frontier; Chapter 10: "The British Invasion"; 1973 (Pages 117-135).
19. Darman, Richard G. and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. "The 'Business-Government Problem': Inherent Difficulties and Emerging Solutions; n.d. (Pages 1-29).
20. DeVries, Anne H. "Coal Policy Paper: Markets for Alaskan Coal"; House Research Agency Report 80-3; House Research Agency, Alaska State Legislature; Jan. 20, 1981 (Pages 1-19).
21. Dolton, G. L. et al. Estimates of Undiscovered Recoverable Resources of Conventionally Producible Oil and Gas in the United States, A Summary; Open-File Report 81-192; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey; 1981 (Pages 1-8).
22. Donaldson, Richard M. (Vice President for Government and Public Affairs, SOHIO). Testimony, Senate and House Resources Committee, Juneau, Alaska; Mar. 24 1977 (Pages 23-31).
23. Dow-Shell Group. Conclusions of a report on possible natural gas and petrochemical projects in Alaska; n.d. (Pages 53-55).
24. Gardiner, Terry (Alaska State Representative) and Ford Groh. Alaska's Rainbow of Opportunity; n.d. (80 pages).
25. Geistauts, George and Vern E. Hauck. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline Project; Distributed by the Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, Boston, Massachusetts; 1980 (Pages 1-24).
26. Gillis, Malcolm (Harvard Institute for International Development, and Dept. of Economics, Harvard University). The Effects of In-State Investment: Lessons from Oil-Fired Development in Other Parts of the World; Prepared for the Permanent Fund Trustees; Oct. 23, 1981 (Pages 1-30).
27. Goldstein, Walter. "The politics of US energy policy"; Energy Policy; Sep. 1978.
28. Gruy, H. J. and Associates, Inc. A Proposed Strategic Oil and Gas Investment Program for the State of Alaska; Jan. 31, 1980.
29. Harvard Business School. "British Petroleum Company, Ltd. (A)"; Distributed by the Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, Boston, Massachusetts; 1973 (Pages 1-22).
30. Havelock, John (Director of Legal Studies, University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska). "The Politics of Envy and the Alaskan Future"; Presented to the Resource Development Council, Anchorage, Alaska; Feb. 5, 1981.
31. Hayek, Friedrich A. The Road to Serfdom (Selections); n.d. (Pages 1-12).
32. International Energy Agency. Minutes of Governing Board at Ministerial Level; Dec. 10, 1979, May 22, 1980.
33. Jamison, H.C., L.D. Brockett, and R.A. McIntosh. "Prudhoe Bay – A 10-Year Perspective"; Reprint from Giant Oil and Gas Fields of the Decade 1968-1978; Edited by Michel T. Halbouty; Published by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, Oklahoma; ca. 1979 (Pages 289-314).
34. Jeffress, Philip W. "The Political Economy of United States Energy Policy"; Journal of Social and Political Studies; Spring 1979 (Pages 53-65).
35. Joint Gas Pipeline Committee, Alaska State Legislature. Memorandum from C. Kevin McCarthy, Counsel, to Free Conferees, regarding FCCS 524, An Act relating to taxes and providing for an effective date; June 23, 1981 (Pages 1-4).
36. Katz, John W. (Commissioner, Alaska Department of Natural Resources). State Five-Year Leasing Program; Presented to the Second Session, Twelfth Alaska Legislature; Jan. 1982.
37. Kelly, Thomas E. "The History of the Oil Industry in Alaska"; Speech to the AAPL Petroleum Seminar, Industry Awareness Week of 1981; Nov. 13, 1981 (Pages 1-24).
38. Lee, J. Richard and James R. Lecky. "Soviet Oil Development"; n.d. (Pages 581-599).
39. Leman, Christopher K, editor. Regional Issues in Energy Development: A Dialogue of East and West, Report of a Symposium Held April 10 and 11, 1981 at Harvard University's Center for International Affairs; Harvard Consortium for Research on North America, Harvard University Center for International Affairs; Sep. 1981 (83 pages).
40. Logsdon, Charles. "Alaska Oil Production in Perspective"; n.d. (Pages 1-6).
41. Logsdon, Charles L., D. Eric Hansen, and Mims Jemison. Petroleum Production Revenue Forecast, Quarterly Report; Alaska Department of Revenue, Petroleum Revenue Division; Dec. 1981 (Pages 1-10).
42. Love, James. "State Taxation of Petroleum Production" (Draft); Prepared for Citizens for Tax Justice; July 1, 1981 (Pages 1-1 to 1-46).
43. Mancke, Richard B. "Mexico's Petroleum Resources," Current History; Feb. 1979 (Pages 74-77, 90).
44. Mast, R. F. et al. Resource Appraisal of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources in the William O. Douglas Arctic Wildlife Range; Open-file Report 80-916, United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey; July 1980 (Pages 1-29).
45. Mendershausen, Horst. "Energy Prospects in Western Europe and Japan"; Selected Studies on Energy; n.d. (Pages 211-255, incomplete).
46. Moskowitz, Milton, Michael Katz, and Robert Levering, editors. Everybody's Business: An Almanac: The Irreverent Guide to Corporate America; Sections on Atlantic Richfield Company, EXXON, SOHIO, Standard Oil Company of California, Standard Oil (Indiana), and Mobil; Harper & Row: San Francisco, 1980.
47. Naske, Claus M. An Interpretative History of Alaskan Statehood; Chapter V: "The Federal Role in Alaska"; n.d. (Pages 47-61).
48. National Petroleum Council. "Environmental Conservation – The Oil and Gas Industries: An Overview" (Draft, Executive Summary Only); Nov. 9, 1981 (Pages 1-17).
49. National Petroleum Council. "U.S. Arctic Oil and Gas (Draft Report, Executive Summary Only); Nov. 16, 1981 (Pages 1-25).
50. Rifkin, Jeremy. Entropy: A New Historical Frame; Bantam New Age Books, 1980 (Pages 86-91, 99-101, 128-137).
51. Roderick, John R. "Early History of Oil in Alaska"; Alaska Petroleum Directory, 1962-1963; 1962 (Pages 61-80).
52. Roderick, John R. "Who's Minding the Store: Perceptions of Oil & Alaska"; John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; May 1, 1981.
53. Rogers, George. The Future of Alaska; Chapter V: "Political Determinism – An Alaskan Version"; 1962 (Pages 145-184).
54. Rogers, George W. "International Petroleum and the Economic Future of Alaska"; Polar Record, Vol. 15, No. 97, 1971.
55. Smil, Vaclav. "Energy Flows in the Developing World"; American Scientist, Vol. 67; n.d.
56. Smith, Adam. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Selections); n.d. (Pages 117-124).
57. Stobaugh, Robert and Daniel Yergin. Energy Future; Chapter 1: "The End of Easy Oil," Chapter 2: "After the Peak: The Threat of Imported Oil," and Chapter 8: "Conclusion: Toward a Balanced Energy Program"; n.d. (Pages 3-41, 216-233).
58. Stockman, David A. "The wrong war?: The case against a national energy policy"; The Public Interest; Fall 1978 (Pages 3-44).
59. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives. The Changing Distribution of Industrial Profits: The Oil and Gas Industry Within the Fortune 500, 1978-80; Staff Report; USGPO; Nov. 1981.
60. Temple, Peter. "Peter Temple : Benefits of Full Ownership"; n.d. (Pages 11-25).
61. Toffler, Alvin. The Third Wave; "The Corporate Identity Crisis"; n.d. (Pages 321-331).
62. U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Minerals Policy and Research Analysis. Final Report of the 105 (b) Economic Policy Analysis: Alternative Overall Procedures for the Exploration, Development, Production, Transportation and Distribution of the Petroleum Resources of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA); Under Section 105(b) of the Naval Petroleum Reserve Production Act of 1976; Dec. 15, 1979.
63. Van Dyke, William D. Proven and Probable Oil and Gas Reserves, North Slope, Alaska; A Report to the State of Alaska, Jay S. Hammond, Governor, and to the Department of Natural Resources, Robert E. Leresche, Commissioner; Sep. 25, 1980.
64. Vernon, Raymond. Sovereignty at Bay; Chapter 2: "Raw Material Ventures" and Chapter 4: "Personality of the Multinational Enterprise"; n.d. (Pages 26-58, 113-121).
65. Vogel, Ezra F. Japan as Number One: Lessons for America; Chapter 10: "Lessons: Can a Western Nation Learn from the East?"; n.d. (Pages 225-256).
66. World Bank. Energy Options & Policy Issues in Developing Countries; World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 350; n.d. (Pages 1-25).
67. Yamani, Ahmed Zaki. "Yamani Takes a Look at the Future for Oil"; Special Supplement, Petroleum Intelligence Weekly; Mar. 9, 1981 (Pages 1-4).
68. Zinberg, Dorothy S. "Caveat emptor: calculating all the costs of energy"; Radcliffe Quarterly; Dec. 1981.

North Slope Borough Newsletters and Article:

69. The Arctic Coastal Zone Management Newsletter; North Slope Borough, Arctic Coastal Zone Management Program, Issue Nos. 1-8; Jan., Feb., Mar.-Apr., May-June, July-Aug., Sep., Oct., Dec. 1977.
70. The Arctic Coastal Zone Management Newsletter; North Slope Borough, Arctic Coastal Zone Management Program, Issue Nos. 9-16; Feb., Mar., May, June, Aug., Sep., Oct., Dec. 1978.
71. The Arctic Coastal Zone Management Newsletter; North Slope Borough, Arctic Coastal Zone Management Program, Issue Nos. 17-25; Jan., Feb., Apr., May, June, Aug., Sep., Oct., Dec. 1979.
72. The Arctic Coastal Zone Management Newsletter; North Slope Borough, Arctic Coastal Zone Management Program, Issue Nos. 26-31; Feb., Apr., June, Aug., Sep., Nov. 1980.
73. The Arctic Coastal Zone Management Newsletter; North Slope Borough, Arctic Coastal Zone Management Program, Issue Nos. 32-34; Jan., Mar., July 1981.
74. The Arctic Policy Review; North Slope Borough; July, Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov. 1982 (5 issues).
75. The Arctic Policy Review; North Slope Borough; Jan., Feb., Inuit Circumpolar Conference (Feb. 1983), Mar., June-July, Sep. 1983, Mar.-May 1984 (7 issues).
76. Snap, Tom. "In an Attempt to Gain Parity ... Slope Borough Puts Its Millions into Necessities: It's Costing A Whale of a Lot of Money to Do It, But Borough Has A Whale of Tax Base – Nearly $10 Billion"; All-Alaska Weekly, Fairbanks; June 17, 1985.

Box 3

Series 3. Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board; 1975-1990.
1.
Board memoranda, policy documents, and articles; n.d., 1983 (Includes John R. Roderick's letter of appointment).
2. Board Minutes; 1975-1977.
3. Board Minutes; 1978-1981.
4. Board Minutes; 1981-1983.
5. Application for Disposition of State of Alaska Royalty Oil; By the Valdez Refining Company, Inc.; Presented to the Commissioner, Department of Natural Resources, and the Alaska Royalty Oil and Gas Development Board; Oct. 1, 1984 (Includes related correspondence.
6. Travel Authorizations and receipts; 1983.
7. Royalties-In- Kind (RIK); 1980-1983.
8. Royalties-In- Kind (RIK); 1984 (1 of 2).
9. Royalties-In- Kind (RIK); 1984 (2 of 2).
10. Royalties-In- Kind (RIK); 1985.
11. Chevron/Tesoro Royalty Oil Contracts; 1983.
-Preliminary Findings and Determinations, Tesoro Alaska Petroleum Company, Royalty Oil Contract – Prudhoe Bay, Term: From Date of First Delivery to January 1, 1995; State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources; Nov. 14, 1983.
-Preliminary Findings and Determinations, Tesoro Alaska Petroleum Company, Royalty Oil Contract – Cook Inlet, Term: January 1, 1985 - January 1, 1995; State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources; Nov. 14, 1983.
12. ALPETCO/Tesoro Proposal; 1977, 1978, 1990.
13. Summer of 1977 Story; n.d., 1977, 1978 (Includes notes).

Box 4

Series 4. Amerada-Hess Oil Royalties Litigation; 1958-1992.

Subseries 4a. John R. Roderick Depositions in the Matter of ANS Royalty Litigation, Superior Court of the State of Alaska, First Judicial District; 1991 (7 VHS videocassettes, 120 minutes)
.
1. Volume I: Videotaped Deposition of John R. Roderick, Friday, November 1, 1991, 9:00 a.m., Anchorage, Alaska (Transcript, 147 pages).
2. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 1; Nov. 1, 1991 (1 of 3).
3. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 1; Nov. 1, 1991 (2 of 3).
4. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 1; Nov. 1, 1991 (3 of 3).
5. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 2; Nov. 1, 1991 (1 of 3).
6. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 2; Nov. 1, 1991 (2 of 3).
7. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 2; Nov. 1, 1991 (3 of 3).
8. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 3; Nov. 1, 1991 (1 of 3).
9. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 3; Nov. 1, 1991 (2 of 3).
10. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 3; Nov. 1, 1991 (3 of 3).
11. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 4; Nov. 1, 1991 (1 of 3).
12. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 4; Nov. 1, 1991 (2 of 3).
13. Volume I: Exhibits Volume 4; Nov. 1, 1991 (3 of 3).
14. Volume II: Videotaped Deposition of John R. Roderick, Saturday, November 2, 1991, 9:30 a.m., Anchorage, Alaska (Transcript, 292 pages).
15. Volume II: Exhibits; Nov. 2, 1991 (1 of 3).
16. Volume II: Exhibits; Nov. 2, 1991 (2 of 3).
17. Volume II: Exhibits; Nov. 2, 1991 (3 of 3).
18. Volume III: Videotaped Deposition of John R. Roderick, Monday, November 4, 1991, Anchorage, Alaska (Transcript, Pages 293-441).

Box 5

19. Videotapes of John R. Roderick Deposition in the Matter of ANS Royalties Litigation, Anchorage, Alaska: Tapes 1-7; Nov. 1, 1991 (7 VHS videocassettes, 120 minutes each).

Box 6

Subseries 4b. Other Depositions in the Matter of State of Alaska, et al vs. Amerada Hess Corporation (Arranged Alphabetically); 1980-1992.
1.
Frederick H. Boness Deposition; Oct. 26, 1982 and Dec. 8, 1982.
2. Frederick H. Boness Deposition; Jan. 29-30, 1991 (1 of 3, Transcripts, Pages 1-142).
-Jack Roderick notes.
3. Frederick H. Boness Deposition; Jan. 29-30, 1991 (2 of 3, Transcript, Pages 143-289).
4. Frederick H. Boness Deposition; Jan. 29-30, 1991 (3 of 3, Transcript, Pages 290-445).
5. Oma K. Gilbreth, Jr. Deposition; Mar. 9-10, 1989 (1 of 2, Transcript, Pages 1-130).
6. Oma K. Gilbreth, Jr. Deposition; Mar. 9-10, 1989 (2 of 2, Transcript, Pages 131-271).
7. Phillip R. Holdsworth Deposition: Transcript; Apr. 13-14, 1988 (Pages 1-103).
8. Phillip R. Holdsworth Deposition: Transcript; Apr. 13-14, 1988 (Pages 104-220).
9. Phillip R. Holdsworth Deposition: Exhibits; Apr. 13-14, 1988 (1 of 2).
10. Phillip R. Holdsworth Deposition: Exhibits; Apr. 13-14, 1988 (2 of 2).
11. Thomas E. Kelly Deposition: Transcript; Mar. 6-7, 1989 (1 of 2, Pages 1-164).
-Jack Roderick notes.
12. Thomas E. Kelly Deposition: Transcript; Mar. 6-7, 1989 (2 of 2, Pages 165-365).
13. Robert E. LeResche Deposition: Volume I; Jan. 30, 1990 (Transcript, Pages 1-153).
-Jack Roderick notes.
14. Robert E. LeResche Deposition: Volume II; Jan. 31, 1990 (1 of 2, Transcript, Pages 155-248).
-Jack Roderick notes.
15. Robert E. LeResche Deposition: Volume II; Jan. 31, 1990 (2 of 2, Transcript, Pages 249-345).
16. Robert E. LeResche Deposition: Volume III; Feb. 1, 1990 (1 of 2, Transcript, Pages 347-465).
-Jack Roderick notes.
17. Robert E. LeResche Deposition: Volume III; Feb 1, 1990 (2 of 2, Transcript, Pages 466-564).
18. Guy Martin Deposition; Jan. 17, 1989 (Transcript, Pages 1-187).
19. James Wanvig Deposition; Jan. 12, 1984 (Transcript, Pages 1-117).
20. Howard R. Williams Deposition: Volume I; Apr. 30, 1991 (Transcript, Pages 1-153).
-Report of Howard R. Williams in State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al; June 1, 1990 (20 pages).
-Economic Considerations and Contract Design: The Economic Interpretation of Price and Value; By Joseph E. Stiglitz; State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; June 1, 1990 (8 pages).
21. Howard R. Williams Deposition: Volume II; May 1, 1991 (Transcript, Pages 155-287).
22. Howard R. Williams Deposition: Exhibits; Apr. 23, 1991 (1 of 2).
23. Howard R. Williams Deposition: Exhibits; Apr. 23, 1991 (2 of 2).

Box 7

Subseries 4c. Settlement Documents; n.d., 1980-1992.
1.
Documents Relating to the Administrative History of the State of Alaska's Oil and Gas Lease Form: Volume I, Summary of Documents; n.d.
2. Documents Relating to the Administrative History of the State of Alaska's Oil and Gas Lease Form: Volume II, Supplement to Summary; n.d.
3. Complaint for Declaratory Judgement; 1980.
4. Proposed Joint Stipulation of Facts: Volume 1; Apr. 1, 1985 (1 of 2).
5. Proposed Joint Stipulation of Facts: Volume 1; Apr. 1, 1985 (2 of 2).
6. Proposed Joint Stipulation of Facts: Volume 2; Apr. 1, 1985 (1 of 2).
7. Proposed Joint Stipulation of Facts: Volume 2; Apr. 1, 1985 (1 of 2).
8. ARCO Alaska Settlement Agreement; Sep. 12, 1990.
9. Phillips Petroleum Company Settlement Agreement; May 22, 1991.
10. BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. Settlement Agreement; Jan. 1992.
11. Amerada Hess Settlement Agreement: Memorandum of Opinion; Mar. 25, 1992.
12. Exxon Corporation Settlement Agreement; Apr. 15. 1992.
13. Newspaper Clippings, Notes, and Miscellaneous Documents; n.d., 1982-1992.

Box 8

Subseries 4d. Amerada Royalty Litigation: Document Binders; 1977, 1983, 1989-1992.
1.
Royalty Board, ALPETCO, and Tesoro-Amerada "Adjustment Clause"; ca, 1991 (Steno notebook).
2. Retention Agreement and Protective Order; 1990-1992.
3. Report of Robert L. Williams, Jr. in the Alaska Royalty Litigation; Apr. 1, 1991.
4. Expert Witness Report: Alaska's Royalty-In-Kind Sales and the California Market for ANS; By Samuel A. Van Vactor, Economic Insights, Inc.; State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; Apr. 1. 1991.
5. Complaint for Declaratory Judgement (Original complaint); Sep. 2, 1977.
6. Lessee's Consolidated Answer and Counterclaim (Original answer); Oct. 13, 1977.
7. Third Amended Complaint for Declaratory Judgement and Damages; Jan. 10, 1989.
8. Joint Answer by Certain Defendants to the Third Amended Complain; Feb. 9, 1989.
9. Review of Alaska Royalty Oil; Prepared by Geoffrey Haynes, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Natural Resources (Haynes Transition Report); Jan. 1, 1983 (1 of 2)
10. Review of Alaska Royalty Oil
11. "Disposition of Alaska Royalty Oil and Other State Petroleum-Policy Issues"; By Robert L. Williams, Jr.; ARTA Energy Insights: Pacific Oil Insights; Dec. 1984.
12. Expert Report of George W. Hardy, III (Hardy Report); n.d.
13. The Wanvig Notes; Nov. 15, 1983.
14. Report of Malcolm M. Turner in State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; June 1, 1990 (1 of 3).
15. Report of Malcolm M. Turner in State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; June 1, 1990 (2 of 3).
16. Report of Malcolm M. Turner in State of Alaska, et al., versus Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; June 1, 1990 (3 of 3).

Box 9

Subseries 4e. Document Groups from Binders; 1958-1970, 1976-1983.
1.
Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (1 of 6).
2. Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (2 of 6).
3. Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (3 of 6).
4. Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (4 of 6).
5. Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (5 of 6).
6. Eary Years Documents; 1958-1960 (6 of 6).
7. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1976-1978, 1982, 1983 (1 of 7).
8. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1977-1978 (2 of 7).
9. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1978 (3 of 7).
10. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1977 (4 of 7).
-Oil and Gas Leasing Policy: Alternatives for Alaska in 1977: A Report to the State of Alaska, Jay S. Hammond, Governor, Department of Natural Resources, Guy Martin, Commissioner, and to the Alaska State Legislature, Interim Committee on Oil and Gas Taxation and Leasing Policy, Chancy Croft, Chairman; By Mason Gaffney, Economic Policy Analysis; Feb. 1977.
11. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1977 (5 of 7).
12. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1977 (6 of 7).
13. Mason Gaffney: 1978 Amendment to Oil and Gas Leasing Law; 1977 (7 of 7).
14. Pricing: Commissioner's Memoranda; 1961-1970 (1 of 3).
15. Pricing: Commissioner's Memoranda; 1961-1970 (2 of 3).
16. Pricing: Commissioner's Memoranda; 1961-1970 (3 of 3).
17. Phil R. Holdworth: Leasing (Correspondence, clippings, and documents); 1959 (1 of 2).
18. Phil R. Holdworth: Leasing; 1959 (2 of 2).
19. Lease Form Hearings: Proceedings; July 9, 1959.
20. Alaska Petroleum Product Pricing: A review of industry practice and policy and its effect upon energy costs to Alaskans; By Louis F. DeLong and Lloyd M. Pernela, Pacific-Alaska, Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; Prepared for the Senate Resources Committee; Feb. 1, 1983 (1 of 2).
21. Alaska Petroleum Product Pricing...; Feb. 1, 1983 (2 of 2).
22. Review of Alaska Royalty Oil Policy and Findings for Proposed Disposition of Royalty Oil; Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Geoffrey Haynes, Deputy Commissioner; Feb. 26, 1982.
23. Review of Alaska Royalty Oil; Prepared by Geoffrey Haynes, Deputy Commissioner, Alaska Department of Natural Resources; Jan. 1, 1983.

CRUDE DREAMS

Box 10

Series 5. Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska; n. d., 1990-1997.

Subseries 5a. Published Editions; 1997.
1.
Roderick, Jack. Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska. Fairbanks: Epicenter Press. 1997. Hardcover. Special Limited Collector's Edition made possible by the Anchorage museum of History and Art, #708, signed by the author.
2. Roderick, Jack. Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska. Fairbanks: Epicenter Press. 1997. Paperback edition.

Box 11

Subseries 5b. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; ca. 1990.
1.
Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; pre-1960.
2. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1960.
3. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1961.
4. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1962.
5. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1963.
6. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1964.
7. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1965.
8. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1966.
9. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1967.
10. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1968.
11. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1969.
12. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1970.
13. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1971.
14. Chronological Notes and Alaska Scouting Service Files; 1972.

Box 12

Subseries 5c. Drafts; 1990-1997.
1.
Chapters 1-3; April 1990.
2. Chapter 4; April 1990.
3. Chapter 5; April 1990.
4. Chapter 6; April 1990.
5. Chapters 7-8; April 1990.
6. Chapters 9-11; April 1990.
7. Chapters 12-14; April 1990.
8. Chapters 15-17; April 1990.
9. Chapters 18-20; April 1990.
10. Chapters 21-23; April 1990.
11. Chapters 24-25; April 1990.
12. Chapters 1-3; August 30, 1990.
13. Charles Wohlforth edit with footnotes, Chapters 5-12; 1992.

Box 13

14. Kay Fanning and John McManamin edit, Chapters 1-3; 1994.
15. Kay Fanning and John McManamin edit, Chapters 4-8; 1994.
16. Forward and Chapters 1-4, with Kay Fanning notes; 1994.
17. Chapters 5, 6, and 8, with Kay Fanning notes; 1994.
18. Chancy Croft edit, Chapters 14, 15, 16; 1994.
19. Clif Cernick edit, Chapters 1-6; June 1995.
20. Clif Cernick edit, Chapters 7-12; June 1995.

Box 14

21. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 4-6; 1995.
22. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 7, 11, and 12; 1995.
23. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 13 and 14; 1995.
24. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 15 and 16; 1995.
25. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 17 and 18; 1995.
26. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 13-18; 1995.
27. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 19-23; 1995.
28. Martha Roderick edit, Chapters 24-26, Epilogue; 1995.

Box 15

29. Martha Roderick edit, miscellaneous notes; 1995.
30. Preface - Chapter 6; July 1995.
31. Chapters 7-13; July 1995.
32. Chapters 14-20; July 1995.
33. Chapters 21-End; July 1995.
34. Jack Roderick edit, Chapters 1-6b; February 1996.

Box 16

35. Jack Roderick edit, Chapters 7-13; February 1996.
36. Jack Roderick edit, Chapters 14-20b; February 1996.
37. Jack Roderick edit, Chapters 21a-Epilogue; February 1996.
38. Jack Roderick edit, additional materials; February 1996.
39. Preview Draft, Chapters 1-17; March 1, 1996.
40. Preview Draft, Chapters 18-Epilogue; March 1, 1996.

Box 17

41. Preview Draft with notes, Chapters 1-18; March 1996.
42. Preview Draft with notes, Chapters 19-Epilogue; March 1996.
43. Preview Draft with Harry Jamison notes, Chapters 1-17; March 1996.
44. Preview Draft with Harry Jamison notes, Chapters 18-Epilogue; March 1996.
45. Final Draft, sent to Epicenter Press, Chapters 1-11; March 1996.
46. Final Draft, sent to Epicenter Press, Chapters 12-Epilogue; March 1996.

Box 18

47. Galley Proof, Chapters 1-23; June 16, 1997.
48. Galley Proof, Chapters 24-Epilogue; June 16, 1997.
49. Galley Proof, Chapters 1-16; July 2, 1997.
50. Galley Proof, Chapters 17-Epilogue; July 2, 1997.
51. Miscellaneous early draft pages; n.d.
52. Chapters 2 and 3; n.d.
53. Chapters 9-11, and 13; n. d.
54. Chapters 14 and 15; n.d.
55. Chapters 18 and 19, Epilogue; n. d.

Box 19

56. Chapters 9-12; n. d.
57. Chapters 13-16; n. d.
58. Chapter 17; n. d.
59. Chapters 7-9; n. d.
60. Chapters 9 and 10; n. d.
61. Chapters 1-3; n.d.

Box 20

Subseries 5d. Computer Disks (3.5 inch, 79 total); n. d., 1995-1996.
1.
Drafts; 1990-1992 (11 disks).
2. Drafts; 1993-Jan. 1994 (25 disks).
3. Drafts; Dec. 1994 (13 disks).
4. Drafts; 1995 (19 disks).
5. Drafts; 1996 (11 disks).

Box 21

Series 6. Oil in Alaska Related Oral Interviews (Arranged Alphabetically by Interviewee) and Other Audiocassette Recordings; n.d., 1981, 1982, 1988-1995 (55 audiocassettes).
1.
R.O. Anderson (Chairman, ARCO; June 1, 1990 (120 minute audiocassette).
2. Mike Bradner; Apr. 24, 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
3. John Buchholtz; Jan 5, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
4. Cliff Burglin (Owner of North Slope oil and gas leases); Jan. 24, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
5. Wilson Condon (Alaska Attorney General): Cook Inlet Pricing; Tom Kelly: Seattle #1; Mar. 17, 1990 (90 minute audiocassette).
6. Wilson Condon: Amerada-Hess Lawsuit, Pricing in Cook Inlet; Mar. 28, 1991 (90 minute audiocassette).
7. Wilson Condon: Royalty Valuation #1; Jan. 2, 1995 (90 minute audiocassette).
8. Wilson Condon: Tape #2 (one side only); Jan. 22, 1995 (120 minute audiocassette).
9. Sam Cotton (one side only); June 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
10. Steve Cowper (Alaska Governor); Oct. 26, 1990 (120 minute audiocassette).
11. Chancy Croft (Alaska State Senator); Apr. 9. 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
12. Neva Egan (one side only); Oct. 9, 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
13. Richard Fineberg; n.d. (90 minute audiocassette).
14. Jerry Ganopole; Nov. 1988 (90 minute audiocassette).
15. Clifford Groh (Attorney): #1; Apr. 24, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
16. Clifford Groh: #2; Apr. 24, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
17. Jay Hammond (Alaska Governor): #1; Aug. 17, 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
18. Jay Hammond: #2; Aug. 17, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
19. John Havelock (Attorney); Apr. 18, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
20. Willie Hensley (1.5 sides); Oct. 10, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
21. Charles Herbert (Deputy Commissioner, Alaska Department of Natural Resources); Dec. 1, 1988 (90 minute audiocassette).
22. Roger Herrera (British Petroleum); Jan. 11, 1989 (60 minute audiocassette).
23. Walter Hickel (Alaska Governor): KAKM Video (1½ sides); n.d. (120 minute audiocassette).
24. Phil Holdsworth (Alaska Commissioner of Natural Resources); June 22, 1989 (100 minute audiocassette).
25. Harry Jamison (ARCO); June 11 & 12, 1990 (120 minute audiocassette).
26. Tom Kelly: Sides #2 & #3; n.d. (120 minute audiocassette).
27. Geoff Larminie: British Petroleum in the 1960s; July 27, 1991 (120 minute audiocassette).
28. Dick Lyon: Union Oil; Sep. 14, 1991 (120 minute audiocassette).
29. Hugh Malone; June 1, 1990 (60 minute audiocassette).
30. Marvin Mangus (ARCO Geologist); Oct. 3, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
31. Tom Marshall (State of Alaska Geologist): #1; May 4, 1993 (60 minute audiocassette).
32. Tom Marshall: #2; May 4, 1993 (90 minute audiocassette).
33. Bob Maynard (Alaska Assistant Attorney General); Sep. 27, 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
34. Alex Miller (Administrative Assistant to Alaska Governor William Egan); Jan 29, 1991 (90 minute audiocassette).
35. Don Mitchell (Attorney): Comments of Book Draft; Jan 26, 1993 (60 minute audiocassette).
36. Gil Mull (Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys); July 5, 1995 (120 minute audiocassette).
37. John Rader: #1; Apr. 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
38. John Rader: #2; Apr. 1989 (90 minute audiocassette).
39. Irene Ryan; June 20, 1989 (100 minute audiocassette).
40. Mike Savage (British Petroleum); June 10, 1991 (90 minute audiocassette).
41. Frank Shogrin; July 1989 (60 minute audiocassette).
42. Frank Shogrin (one side only); Mar. 29, 1990 (90 minute audiocassette).
43. Armand Spielman: #1; Nov. 1988 (90 minute audiocassette).
44. Armand Spielman: #2; Nov. 1988 (60 minute audiocassette).
45. Ted Stevens (Alaska United States Senator): 1 Hour; Dec. 27, 1993 (120 minute audiocassette).
46. Charles Towill (Public Affairs Director, British Petroleum)(one side only); July 1989 (120 minute audiocassette).
47. Gary Thurlow: Nov. 1988 (60 minute audiocassette).
48. Arlon Tussing (Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, and Arlon R. Tussing and Associates, Inc.); Aug. 21, 1992 (90 minute audiocassette).
49. Ralph Whitmore (Alaska Statebank); Nov. 5, 1988 (90 minute audiocassette).
50. Pete Zamarello (Land Developer); Oct. 1988 (90 minute audiocassette).

Other Tapes Not Related to Jack Roderick's Book:

51.
Charles Towill Interview of Geoff Larminie Re: Alaska Environment; 1970s (90 minute audiocassette).
52. Ed Porter (Economist): Windfall Profits Tax (APU Class); Nov. 3, 1981 (90 minute audiocassette).
53. Milton Lipton: Taxes on Alaska's Oil (APU Class); Nov. 17, 1981 (90 minute audiocassette).
54. Emil Notti on ANCSA (APU Class); Feb. 10, 1982 (90 minute audiocassette).
55. Jack Roderick talk to Cook Inlet Historical Society; Sep. 17, 1992 (90 minute audiocassette).

Box 22

Series 7. Oil in Alaska Related Individuals Files (Arranged alphabetically); n.d., 1953-2001.
1.
Robert O. Anderson (Chairman, ARCO); n.d., 1989, 1993, 1996, 2001.
2. Robert Atwood (Anchorage Times Publisher); n.d., 1986, 1989, 1990-1992, 1997.
3. Roscoe E. Bell (Former Director, Alaska Division of Lands, 1959-1967); n.d., 1960-1962, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1988, 1990, 1999.
-Interview notes; Apr. 15, 1988.
-Deposition of Roscoe E. Bell, Superior Court for the State of Alaska, Third Judicial District, regarding the case of Mobil Oil Corporation vs. the State of Alaska; May 1, 1971.
-Alaska, Land of Opportunity: Remarks of Roscoe E. Bell, Director, Alaska Division of Lands, Before the Alaska Housing Conference; July 13, 1960.
4. Bill Bishop (ARCO Geologist); 1987, 1995, 1999.
5. H.G. "Harry" Brelsford (Trans-Alaska Pipeline Right-of-Way); n.d., 1990.
6. Evert Brown (Director, Alaska Land Board); 1958, 1959, 1987.
-Notes on Evert L. Brown Deposition; May 21, 1987.
7. Cliff Burglin (Owner of North Slope oil and gas leases); n.d., 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1997.
8. Charlie Cole (Alaska Attorney General); 1991, 1993, 1994.
9. Wilson Condon (Alaska Attorney General); n.d., 1982, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1994, 1995 (1 of 2).
-Interview notes; 1995.
10. Wilson Condon; 1995 (2 of 2).
-Wilson Condon's notes on chapters 12 & 16 of Crude Dreams manuscript; Jan. 1995.
11. Chancy Croft (Alaska State Senator); n.d., 1971, 1972, 1979, 1993, 2000
-Chancy Croft speech to the Anchorage Press Club regarding Trans-Alaska Pipeline right-of-way; Nov. 10, 1971
-Five Billion Dollars, More or Less: Remarks of State Senator Chancy Croft to the 23rd Science Conference, College, Alaska; Aug. 17, 1972.
12. Ed "Pappy Devine; n.d.
13. William Dyer (Alaska Department of Lands); 1958, 1959.
-Oil and gas leasing documents; 1958, 1959.
14. William A. Egan (Alaska Governor); n.d., 1963, 1965, 1984, 1986, 1987.
-Memorial program; May 9, 1984.
-Bill Egan and Alaska: A pictorial tribute to a gallant leader of a courageous state (birthday tribute booklet); Oct. 8, 1965.
-Guide to the William A. Egan Papers, 1940-1984; By Barbara M. Tabbert; Elmer E. Rasmuson Library Occassional Paper No. 13; 1987.
15. Neva Egan (Alaska First Lady); 1989.
-Interview transcript; Oct. 9, 1989.
16. William Foran (Phillips Petroleum); n.d., 1957.
17. Hugh Gallagher; 1991, 1993, 1996.
18. Clifford Groh (Attorney); 1989, 1997, 1998 (1 of 3)
-Interview transcript; Apr. 24, 1989.
19. Clifford Groh; n.d. (2 of 3)
-Oil, Money, Land, and Power: The Passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971; By Clifford John Groh; n.d. (pages 1-154).
20. Clifford Groh; n.d. (3 of 3)
-Oil, Money, Land, and Power: The Passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971; By Clifford John Groh; n.d. (pages 155-348).
21. Jay Hammond (Alaska Governor); 1989.
-Typescripts interview notes; Aug. 17, 1989.
22. John Havelock (Attorney); n.d., 1980, 1989, 1993.
-John Havelock corrections to Oil in Alaska manuscript; May 1993.
23. Harold Heinze (President, ARCO Alaska); 1990-1993.
24. Willie Hensley; 1989.
-Interview transcript; Oct. 9, 1989.
25. Charles Herbert (Deputy Commissioner, Alaska Department of Natural Resources); 1951, 1966, 1975, 1988, 1993.
-Charles F. Herbert affidavit in the case of the State of Alaska v. Amerada Hess Corporation; Sep. 20, 1966.
-Interview notes; Dec. 2, 1988.
26. Roger Herrera (British Petroleum); 1989, 1992.
-Interview transcript; Jan. 11, 1989.
27. Walter Hickel (Alaska Governor) and Yukon Pacific Corporation; n.d., 1988, 1990-1993.
28. Phil Holdsworth (Alaska Commissioner of Natural Resources); n.d., 1937, 1954, 1959, 1967, 1970-1972, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1982-1884, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 2001.
-The Nabesna Gold Mine and Mill; By Philip Ross Holdsworth; A Thesis submitted for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering and Geology, University of Washington; 1937.
29. Albert Hrubetz (Hrubetz Oil Company); 1990, 1993, 1997.
30. Locke Jacobs; n.d., 1955-1957, 1976, 1982, 1989-1992 (1 of 2).
-Locke Jacobs corrections to Oil in Alaska (Crude Dreams) manuscript; Feb. 14, 1991.
31. Locke Jacobs; n.d., 1955, 1989-1991(2 of 2).
32. H.C. "Harry" Jamison (ARCO); n.d., 1963, 1965-1968, 1986.1990, 1992, 1997 (1 of 2).
33. H.C. "Harry" Jamison; n.d., 1978, 1979, 1985 (2 of 2).
-Atlantic Richfield History Project transcript of Harry C. Jamison interview; 1978-1979.

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34. John Katz (Alaska Commissioner of Natural Resources); 1982.
35. Thomas Kelly (Geologist); 1969, 1981, 1989, 1991, 2000.-Speech to the AAPL Petroleum Seminar, Industry Awareness Week of 1981, "The History of the Oil Industry in Alaska"; By Thomas E. Kelly; Nov. 13, 1981.
36. John J. King; n.d., 1962, 1989, 1993, 1996.
37. Geoffrey Larminie (British Petroleum); n.d., 1991, 1992.
-Interview transcript; July 27,1991.
38. Dick Lyon (Union Oil Company); 1991.
-Interview notes; Sep. 14, 1991.
39. Hugh Malone (Alaska Department of Revenue); 1981, 1989.
40. Marvin Mangus (ARCO Geologist); 1974, 1989, 1991.
41. Tom Marshall (State of Alaska Geologist); n.d., 1962, 1964, 1970, 1972, 1984, 1986, 1993, 1997, 2000.
-Interview notes; May 4, 1993.
42. Bob Maynard (Alaska Assistant Attorney General); 1989, 1991.
43. John McManamin (Swanson River); 1953, 1960, 1994.
-Interview notes; Oct. 24, 1994.
44. Alex Miller (Administrative Assistant to Alaska Governor William Egan); 1972, 1973, 1989-1992.
-Interview transcript; Jan. 29, 1991.
45. Frank Mosier (British Petroleum); 1975, 1990.
-Deposition notes; July 11, 1990.
46. Gil Mull (Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys); n.d., 1995. (1 of 2).
-Gil Mull editorial comments on Oil in Alaska manuscript; n.d.
47. Gil Mull; 1966-1968, 1972, 1976, 1985, 1986, 1989 (2 of 2).
48. George Nelson (President, British Petroleum Exploration)+ Ed Danworth; n.d., 1989, 1990.
49. Ed Patton (President, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company); 1976-1978, 1991.
50. David Postman (Reporter, Anchorage Daily News); 1957, 1989.
51. John Rader; 1989.
-John Rader editorial comments on Jack Roderick manuscript; Oct. 5, 1989.
52. George Rogers (Economist); 1964, 1986, 1987.
-Transcript of an Oral Interview with George Rogers; Interviewed and transcribed by Ronald K. Inouye, Oral History Program, Alaska and Polar Regions Department, Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska-Fairbanks; Apr. 1986.
-The Relation of Alaska to World Mineral Resource Markets; By George W. Rogers, Research Professor of Economics, University of Alaska, Juneau; Presented at the Conference of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, University of Alaska Campus, College, Alaska; Mar. 18-21, 1964.
53. Joe Rothstein (Special Assistant to Alaska Governor William Egan, 1961-1964); 1992.
-Interview notes; July 13, 1992.
54. Irene Ryan; 1959, 1989, 1997.
-Funeral program; Nov. 28, 1997.
-Interview transcript; June 20, 1989.
55. Mike Savage (British Petroleum); n.d., 1991.
-Interview transcript; Mar. 10, 1991.
56. Charlie Selman (Geophysicist, Richfield/ARCO); 1995.
-Editorial comments on Oil in Alaska manuscript; July 22, 1995.
57. Bill Sheffield (Alaska Governor); n.d., 2000.
58. Frank Shogrin; n.d., 1960-1962, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2000.
59. Ted Stevens (Alaska United States Senator); 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1999-2001.
-Interview notes; Dec. 27, 1993.
-Alaskan of the Year Banquet program; Mar. 25, 2000.
-Alaskan of the Century honorary booklet; Mar. 25, 2000.
-Commonwealth North Award Dinner and dedication of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport program; July 8, 2000.
60. Bill Stewart (Stewart Petroleum Company); 1991, 1992, 1996.
61. John Sweet (ARCO); 1997, 1998.
62. Raymond Thompson; n.d., 1954, 1959, -1960, 1993, 1998.
63. Gary Thurlow; n.d.
-Excerpts of the manuscript of Thurlow's unpublished book; n.d.
64. Charles Towill (Public Affairs Director, British Petroleum); n.d., 1974-1977, 1979, 1980, 1984.
65. Arlon Tussing (Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, and Arlon R. Tussing and Associates, Inc.); n.d., 1970, 1972, 1983, 1992.
66. James Wanvig (Deposition); n.d., 1984 (1 of 2).
-Notes on James Wanvig Deposition; Jan. 12, 1984.
-Notes on the James Wanvig Story; n.d.
-James Wanvig Story, Vol. I (Oil and gas leasing form); n.d.
67. James Wanvig; (2 of 2); n.d., 1958, 1959, 1985.
-James Wanvig Story, Supplements; n.d., 1958, 1959.
68. Loren Ware (Vice President, Sinclair); n.d, 1962, 1988, 1991, 1997.
-Photo portrait; n.d. (1 b&w print, 8 X 10 inch; 1 b&w copy negative, 4 X 5 inch).
69. Ralph Whitmore (Alaska Statebank); 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997.
70. Tom Williams (Head of Government Affairs, British Petroleum); n.d., 1992.
-Tom Williams' Alaska Petroleum Chronology (97 pages); n.d.
71. Pete Zamarello (Land Developer); 1989, 1993.

Box 24

Series 8. Oil in Alaska Reference Files; 1900-2001.

Subseries 8a. Katalla Oil Reference Files; n.d., 1900-2001.
1.
Notes and Miscellaneous items; n.d.
2. Geological Report and Katalla-Yakataga Oil Province Utilization Plan; By Wm. T. Foran, Geologist; n.d. (19 pages).
3. First and Second Operating Agreements; June 26, 1958, Oct. 20, 1959.
-Lessees: S.O. Washburn, A.H. Heath, W.C. Robinson, Henry O. Wheeler, and Daniel C. Smith.
-Assignee: Northern Development Company.
-Operator: Richfield Oil Corporation.
4. Katalla Oil Field Claim 1: A Historic Field Survey 100 Years After Drilling the First Well; By Robert D. Shaw, Robert Shaw Enterprises, Anchorage, under contract to Cassandra Energy Corporation, Anchorage; July 2001 (81 pages, color photos and illustrations).
5. Standard Oil of California File (Alaska Exploration Corporation, John R. Roderick, President); 1963-1966, 1968 (Includes correspondence).
-Exploration Program Recommended for Katalla Area, Alaska; By Taylor and Associates, Incorporated; Apr. 1963.
-Oil and Gas Lease between Standard Oil of California and Ivy, Inc.; Aug. 28, 1963.
-Release of Oil and Gas Lease; Apr. 11, 1966.
-Alaska Exploration Corp. map of Katalla Oil Field and A.E.C. Lease Block; Dec. 1966.
6. Photos in Ward Wells Collection, Anchorage Museum (List by number); n.d.
7. Wallace Mining Company File (Ivy, Inc.); 1965-1966.
8. Standard Oil (Xerographic copies of historical documents); 1900, 1903, 1910, 1913, 1938, 1939.
-Report of H.T. Buris and Report of Boverton Redwood on Oil Properties of Alaska Development Co. at Kayak & Yakataga, Alaska; Dec. 6, 1900.
9. Chilkat Oil Company Reports; 1920-1923, 1927.
10. Articles; n.d., 1952, 1969, 1981, 1982.
-"Geological Report: Southeastern Alaska's Katalla-Yakataga Oil Province"; By William T. Foran, Oil and Gas Journal; Apr. 14, 1952.
-"Katalla - Where the Rails Never Met the Sails"; By Elizabeth A. Tower; n.d. (Manuscript draft).
11. Newspaper Articles (Xerographic copies and original clippings); 1916-1924, 1926, 1971, 1982, 1992, 1996, 2001.
12. The Copper Spike; By Lone Janson; Alaska Northwest Publishing Company; 1975.

Subseries 8b. Kanatak (Cold Bay) and Iniskin Peninsula Reference Files; n.d., 1921-1993.
1.
Kanatak or Cold Bay; n.d., 1921, 1922, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1933, 1937, 1938, 1955, 1956, 1990 (1 of 2).
2. Kanatak or Cold Bay); n.d., 1923-1925, 1937, 1938, 1943, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1973, 1994-1996 (2 of 2).
3. Iniskin Peninsula and Russell E. Havenstrite; n.d., 1927, 1937, 1950, 1956, 1958, 1965, 1975, 1976, 1993.

Subseries 8c. State Oil and Gas Lease Sales: Reference Files; n.d., 1963-1967, 1969, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1997.
1.
State Lease Sales - General; n.d., 1986, 1987, 1990, 1997.
2. 1963 - General; 1963.
3. 1964 - General; 1964 (1 of 2).
4. 1964 - General; 1964 (2 of 2).
5. 1964 Sale: State Competitive Sale #13, Dec. 9, 1964; 1964-1965 (1 of 2).
6. 1964 Sale: State Competitive Sale #13, Dec. 9, 1964 (2 of 2).
7. 1965 Sales: State Competitive Sale #14, North Slope, July 14, 1965; 1965.
8. 1965 Sales: State Competitive Sale # 15, Sep. 1965; 1965.
9. 1967 Sale: State Competitive Sale # 18, Jan. 1967; 1967.
10. 1969 Sale: State Competitive Sale #23, Sep. 10, 1969; 1969.
11. Kachemak "Buy Back"; 1974-1977.

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Subseries 8d. State Oil and Gas Lease Pricing; n.d., 1963-1993.
1.
Cook Inlet Pricing; 1963-1973 (Includes notes).
2. Cook Inlet Pricing: Royalty Pricing; n.d., 1993 (Includes notes).
-Documents Relating to the Administrative History of the State of Alaska's Oil and Gas Lease Form, Volume I, Summary of Documents; State of Alaska et al., vs. Amerada Hess Corporation, et al.; n.d. (Wilson Condon work copy).
3. Cook Inlet Pricing: Royalty Settlement; July 30, 1975 (Union Oil Company of California and Tesoro-Alaskan Petroleum Corporation).
4. Cook Inlet Pricing: Royalty Settlement; 1978 (Amoco Production Company and Tesoro-Alaskan Petroleum Corporation).
5. Cook Inlet Pricing: Royalty Settlements (Mobil Oil Corporation); 1971, 1975.
6. North Slope Pricing; 1976-1991 (Includes notes).

Subseries 8e. Alyeska Oil Pipeline Reference Files; n.d., 1970-1987.
1.
Willard Bowman: Minority Hire; 1971.
2. Ownership; n.d., 1970-1972 (1 of 2).
-Pipeline Regulation: Staff Working Paper Number 1 (Regulatory Objectives); Alaska State Legislature, Joint Pipeline Committee; Aug. 25, 1971.
-Legal Memorandum: Trans Alaska Pipeline System, State Regulation and Control; n.d.
-Presentation to Governor Egan Re Regulation of Rates and Practices of Trans Alaska Pipeline; Dec. 14, 1971.
-Economic Considerations Bearing on Valuation of Alaskan Crude Oil and State Policy on Pipelines: Summary; By W.J. Levy Consultants Corporation; Dec. 1970.
3. Ownership; n.d., 1970-1971 (2 of 2).
-Testimony Before the Pipeline Impact Committee by Walter Levy and Milton Lipton, Consultants to the Legislature on oil; Mar. 23, 1971.
-Manpower documents; 1970-1971.
4. Ownership: 1973 Special Session; n.d., 1971, 1973 (Includes notes).
5. Labor Documents; 1984-1985.
6. Labor Documents: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; n.d.
7. Labor Documents: SOHIO; n.d., 1984-1985 (Includes notes).
8. Labor Documents: Personnel; n.d., 1984-1985.
9. Labor Information: Kevin Daugherty/Mano Frey; n.d., 1984-1987 (Includes notes).

Subseries 8f. North Slope Oil Reference Files; n.d., 1961-1993.

1.
North Slope Borough's Creation: Oil's Opposition; n.d., 1971, 1979, 1980 (1 of 2).
-Alaska's North Slope Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Opportunities: A Study for the North Slope Borough Planning Department; By Patrick L. Dobey; ca. 1980.
-Alaska's North Slope Borough: Oil, Money, and Eskimo Self Government; By Thomas A. Morehouse and Linda E. Leask, Institute of Social and Economic Research; Aug. 27, 1979.
-Petition for Incorporation of the North Slope Borough; Memorandum from H. Russell Holland, attorney, to the Alaska Oil and Gas Association; Oct. 11 (draft) and 26, 1971.
-Statement of Joseph Upicksoun, President, Arctic Slope Native Association, to the Alaska Press Club; Sep. 22, 1971.
2. North Slope Borough's Creation: Oil's Opposition; n.d., 1971 (2 of 2)(Includes notes).
3. North Slope Mineral Land Selection; 1961, 1962, 1985 (1 of 2).
4. North Slope Mineral Land Selection; 1963-1966, 1968, 1971 (2 of 2).
5. State Selection Story; n.d., 1962, 1963, 1987 (Includes notes).
6. North Slope Oil; 1961, 1964-1966, 1968, 1978, 1983 (1 of 2).
-Senate Resources Committee Hearing Related to Oil and Gas Issues, Alaska State Legislature, Anchorage, Alaska; Sep. 26 and 27, 1983 (Transcript).
7. North Slope Oil; n.d., 1985-1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993 (2 of 2).

Box 26

Subseries 8g. Alaska Natives and Native Organizations Reference File; n.d., 1962-1998.
1.
Natives; n.d., 1971, 1972, 1992 (Includes notes).
2. Natives; n.d., 1971, 1972, 1974, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1998.
3. Natives: Xerographic copies of newspaper articles; 1962-1966.
4. Natives: Xerographic copies of newspaper arcticles; 1967-1968.
5. Natives: Newspaper clippings; n.d., 1979, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1989-1992, 1995.
6. Native Organization Publications; 1971, 1974, 1989, 1990.
-Alaska Federation of Natives Convention booklet; 1971.
-A Report on Subsistence and the Conservation of the Yupik Life-Style; By Yupiktak Bista; Dec. 1974.
-Cook Inlet Native Association Annual Report, 1982-1983; June 1983.
-NANA Region folder with Red Dog Mine materials; 1989.
-Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, A Family of Companies (Corporate prospectus); ca. 1990.

Series 8h. Alaska Oil and Gas Taxation Related Reference Materials; 1970, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1990.
1.
Economic Considerations Relative to Severance of Alaskan Oil and Gas; By W.J. Levy Consultants Corp.; Jan. 1970.
2. "Innovations in Taxation of Hard Minerals in Other Countries and in Other U.S. States"; Presented by Dr. S. Malcolm Gillis to the Council on Economic Policy, Depletable Resources Taxation Policy Forum, Juneau, Alaska, March 19-20, 1982.
3. Overview of Alaska Oil and Gas Tax Structure; Alaska Department of Revenue; Materials Prepared for Senate Resources Committee Hearing; Tuesday, Sep. 27, 1983.
4. Sensitivity Analysis of Projected Revenue Collection, HB 353, Compared to Current Law; By John Larson, Charles, Logsdon, and Roger Marks, Alaska Department of Revenue; Dec. 1986.
5. International Oil Tax Comparison Study; By Alexander Kemp, David Rose, and Peter Gaffney; Apr. 1990.
6. Memoranda; 1983, 1986, 1987.

Subseries 8i. Oil Company Reference Files with Clippings and Publications; 1970-2001.
1.
Atlantic Richfield Company Company (ARCO); 1972, 1976, 1979-1981.
2. Atlantic Richfield Company Company (ARCO); 1984, 1985, 1988, 2001.
3. EXXON; 1980, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1990.
4. SOHIO/British Petroleum; 1970, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981-1983.
5. SOHIO/British Petroleum; 1984-1986.
6. SOHIO/British Petroleum; 1987, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2000.
7. British Petroleum: Anchorage Daily News Article; 1991-1992.
8. Chevron/Standard Oil Company of California; 1955-1969.
9. Chevron/Standard Oil Company of California; n.d., 1979, 1980, 1986.
10. Tesoro; 1992, 1994.
11. Phillips Petroleum buys ARCO; Mar. 2000.

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Subseries 8j. State Correspondence Regarding Oil and Gas Leasing (Xerographic Copies of Alaska Territorial and State Memoranda); 1920-1969.

1. State Correspondence; 1920.
2. State Correspondence; 1923.
3. State Correspondence; 1933.
4. State Correspondence; 1934.
5. State Correspondence; 1941.
6. State Correspondence; 1942.
7. State Correspondence; 1943.
8. State Correspondence; 1945.
9. State Correspondence; 1946.
10. State Correspondence; 1951.
11. State Correspondence; 1952.
12. State Correspondence; 1953.
13. State Correspondence; 1954.
14. State Correspondence; 1956.
15. State Correspondence; 1957.
16. State Correspondence; Jan. 1958.
17. State Correspondence; Feb. 1958.
18. State Correspondence; May 1958.
19. State Correspondence; June 1958.
20. State Correspondence; July 1958.
21. State Correspondence; Aug. 1958.
22. State Correspondence; Sep. 1958.
23. State Correspondence; Oct. 1958.
24. State Correspondence; Nov. 1958.
25. State Correspondence; Dec. 1958.
26. State Correspondence; Jan. 1959.
27. State Correspondence; Feb. 1959.
28. State Correspondence; Mar. 1959.
29. State Correspondence; Apr. 1959.
30. State Correspondence; May 1959.
31. State Correspondence; June 1959.
32. State Correspondence; July 1959.
33. State Correspondence; Aug. 1959.
34. State Correspondence; Sep. 1959.
35. State Correspondence; Oct. 1959.
36. State Correspondence; Nov. 1959.
37. State Correspondence; Dec. 1959.
38. State Correspondence; Jan. 1960.
39. State Correspondence; Feb. 1960.
40. State Correspondence; Mar. 1960.
41. State Correspondence; Apr. 1960.
42. State Correspondence; May 1960.
43. State Correspondence; June 1960.
44. State Correspondence; July 1960.
45. State Correspondence; Aug. 1960.
46. State Correspondence; Sep. 1960.
47. State Correspondence; Oct. 1960.
48. State Correspondence; Nov. 1960.
49. State Correspondence; Dec. 1960.
50. State Correspondence; Jan. 1961.
51. State Correspondence; Feb. 1961.
52. State Correspondence; Mar. 1961.
53. State Correspondence; Apr. 1961.
54. State Correspondence; May 1961.
55. State Correspondence; June 1961.
56. State Correspondence; July 1961.
57. State Correspondence; Aug. 1961.
58. State Correspondence; Sep. 1961.
59. State Correspondence; Oct. 1961.
60. State Correspondence; Nov. 1961.
61. State Correspondence; Dec. 1961.
62. State Correspondence; Jan. 1962.
63. State Correspondence; July 1962.
64. State Correspondence; Aug. 1962.
65. State Correspondence; Nov. 1962.
66. State Correspondence; Dec. 1962.
67. State Correspondence; Jan. 1963.
68. State Correspondence; Feb. 1963.
69. State Correspondence; Mar. 1963.
70. State Correspondence; Apr. 1963.
71. State Correspondence; May 1963.
72. State Correspondence; June 1963.
73. State Correspondence; July 1963.
74. State Correspondence; Aug. 1963.
75. State Correspondence; Sep. 1963.
76. State Correspondence; Oct. 1963.
77. State Correspondence; Nov. 1963.
78. State Correspondence; Dec. 1963.
79. State Correspondence; Jan. 1964.
80. State Correspondence; Feb. 1964.
81. State Correspondence; Mar. 1964.
82. State Correspondence; Apr. 1964.
83. State Correspondence; May 1964.
84. State Correspondence; June 1964.
85. State Correspondence; July 1964.
86. State Correspondence; Aug. 1964.
87. State Correspondence; Sep. 1964.
88. State Correspondence; Oct. 1964.
89. State Correspondence; Nov. 1964.
90. State Correspondence; Dec. 1964.
91. State Correspondence; Jan. 1965.
92. State Correspondence; Feb. 1965.
93. State Correspondence; Mar. 1965.
94. State Correspondence; Apr. 1965.
95. State Correspondence; May 1965.
96. State Correspondence; June 1965.
97. State Correspondence; July 1965.
98. State Correspondence; Aug. 1965.
99. State Correspondence; Sep. 1965.
100. State Correspondence; Oct. 1965.
101. State Correspondence; Nov. 1965.
102. State Correspondence; Dec. 1965.

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103. State Correspondence; Jan. 1966 (1 of 2).
104. State Correspondence; Jan. 1966 (2 of 2).
105. State Correspondence; Feb. 1966.
106. State Correspondence; Mar. 1966.
107. State Correspondence; Apr. 1966.
108. State Correspondence; May 1966.
109. State Correspondence; June 1966.
110. State Correspondence; July 1966.
111. State Correspondence; Aug. 1966.
112. State Correspondence; Sep. 1966.
113. State Correspondence; Oct. 1966.
114. State Correspondence; Nov. 1966.
115. State Correspondence; Dec. 1966.
116. State Correspondence; Jan. 1967.
117. State Correspondence; Feb. 1967.
118. State Correspondence; Mar. 1967.
119. State Correspondence; Apr. 1967.
120. State Correspondence; May 1967.
121. State Correspondence; June 1967.
122. State Correspondence; July 1967.
123. State Correspondence; Aug. 1967.
124. State Correspondence; Sep. 1967.
125. State Correspondence; Oct. 1967.
126. State Correspondence; Nov. 1967.
127. State Correspondence; Dec. 1967.
128. State Correspondence; Jan. 1968.
129. State Correspondence; Feb. 1968.
130. State Correspondence; Mar. 1968.
131. State Correspondence; Apr. 1968.
132. State Correspondence; May 1968.
133. State Correspondence; June 1968.
134. State Correspondence; July 1968.
135. State Correspondence; Aug. 1968.
136. State Correspondence; Sep. 1968.
137. State Correspondence; Oct. 1968.
138. State Correspondence; Nov. 1968.
139. State Correspondence; Dec. 1968.
140. State Correspondence; Jan. 1969.
141. State Correspondence; Feb. 1969.
142. State Correspondence; Mar. 1969.
143. State Correspondence; Apr. 1969.
144. State Correspondence; May 1969.
145. State Correspondence; June 1969.
146. State Correspondence; July 1969.
147. State Correspondence; Aug. 1969.
148. State Correspondence; Sep. 1969.
149. State Correspondence; Oct. 1969.
150. State Correspondence; Nov. 1969.
151. State Correspondence; Dec. 1969.

Box 29

Subseries 8k. Miscellaneous Oil in Alaska Related Subject Files; 1918-1998.

1.
Birkhauser/Hines; 1958, 1959 (Includes notes).
-"Review of Oil Developments in Alaska and Their Economic Significance; By Leroy H. Hines, Petroleum News and Oil; Oct. 23, 1958.
-"Who's up there...and what are they doing?: Here's a rundown...and some predictions"; By John R. Roderick, Alaska Scouting Service, The Oil and Gas Journal; Mar. 16, 1959.
-"There's Oil in Alaska..."; By Max Birkhauser, Shell Oil Co., The Oil and Gas Journal; Mar. 16, 1959.
-"Michel Halbouty, independent geologist, engineer, tells Why independents should tackle Alaska"; By Michel T. Halbouty, The Oil and Gas Journal; Mar. 16, 1959.
-"Alaska: A glittering new frontier"; By Frank J. Gardner, The Oil and Gas Journal; Mar. 16, 1959.
2. Cook Inlet and Swanson River; n.d., 1957, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1982, 1988.
-Evaluation of Cook Inlet, State of Alaska, Tract Nos. S-13-6-31 and S-13-6-42; July 26, 1962.
3. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill; 1989-1990, 1994.
4. General and miscellaneous; n.d., 1943, 1954, 1958-1965.
5. General and miscellaneous; 1970, 1975-1977.
6. General and miscellaneous; 1980, 1982, 1985-1987, 1989, 1990.
7. History: Pre-Statehood; 1918, 1958, 1971, 1976, 1981-1983, 1986, 1990 (Includes notes).
-Geological Literature of the Alaskan Peninsula to 1985; By F.H. Wilson, S.Z. Gajewski, and L.A. Angeloni, U.S. Geological Survey, Anchorage, Open-File Report 86-176; 1986.
–Alaska Peninsula/Becharof National Wildlife Refuges Oil and Gas Assessment; By Robert Bascle, David Evans, Aden Seidlitz, Jim Burkowski, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management-Alaska, Division of Mineral Resources, Branch of Mineral Assessment; 1990.
8. Jones Act (Merchant Marine Act of 1920); n.d., 1959, 1982, 1989.
-Alaska's Economy and the Merchant Marine Act of 1920 (The Jones Act); By Arlon Tussing And Associates, Inc.; For the Alaska Statehood Commission; Sep. 20, 1982.
9. Leases (Oil and Gas); n.d., 1953, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1969, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1987, 1990, 1998.
-List of Applicants Filing in Noncompetitive Oil and Gas Leasing Drawing; July 25, 1961.
-Choice of Federal Sliding Scale Royalty Formula for Beaufort Sea Sale; By James Love; By James Love, Alaska Public Interest Research Group; For the Alaska Center for Policy Studies; Jan. 13, 1980.
10. Maps; n.d., 1961, 1964, 1965, 1976, 1982, 1986, 1989-1993.
11. Magazine Articles (Xerographic copies); n.d., 1954, 1957-1961, 1964-1966.
12. Natural Gas; 1954, 1967, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984.
13. North Slope Oil; n.d., 1967-1970, 1972, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1989-1991.
14. Oil Papers; n.d., 1960, 1967, 1969, 1970.
15. National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPRA); n.d., 1958, 1981, 1982, 1985.
-Exploration of Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4 and Adjacent Areas, Northern Alaska, 1944-1953: Part 1, History of the Exploration; By John C. Reed; Geological Survey Professional Paper 301; 1958.
-National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska Information Packet; U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska State Office, Anchorage; Jan. 1981.
-The National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska: Earth-Science Considerations; By George Gryc; U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1240-C; 1985.
16. Newspaper Articles (Xerographic copies); 1958-1959.
17. Newspaper Articles (Xerographic copies); 1964-1965.
18. State Oil and Gas Personnel and Organizations; 1984.
-Joint Stipulation of Facts; State of Alaska vs. Phillips Petroleum Company; Apr. 3, 1984.
19. Taxation; 1973, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1989.
20. Trans-Alaska Pipeline; 1971, 1985, 1997.
-Settlement Agreement Between the State of Alaska and ARCO Pipe Line Company, BP Pipelines Inc., Exxon Pipeline Company, Mobil Alaska Pipeline Company, and Union Alaska Pipeline Company, With Respect to the Trans Alaska Pipeline System; June 28, 1985.
21. Western Oil and Gas Association (WOGA); 1958-1959 (Includes notes).
22. Western Oil and Gas Association and Independents; 1958, 1963-1964.

Series 9. Oil in Alaska Related Maps; n.d. 1903-1992.

Flat Cabinets

Subseries 9a. General Maps; n.d., 1903, 1923, 1977, 1982, 1985, 1992.

1.
Field and Facility Location Map, Cook Inlet Area; Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; n.d. (11 X 18 inch).
2. Map of Katalla Oil Field; Prepared for St. Elias Oil Co. by J.L. McPherson, C.E.; n.d. (29 X 39 inch, copy).
3. Approximate Map, Alaska Oil and Coal Fields, Controller and Calla Bays, and a Portion of the Copper River Delta; Scale 3/8 inch = 1 mile; n.d. (24 X 32 inch, copy).
4. General Map Showing Oil Lands of J.H. Costello, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska; Scale: 1 inch = 1 mile; 1903 (28 X 47 inch, copy).
5. Cold Bay Oil Lands of J.H. Costello, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska; J.L. McPherson, Civil & Mining Engineer, Seattle, Wash.; Scale: ½ inch = 1,000 feet; 1903 (33 X 25 inch, copy).
6. Map of Cold Bay Oil District, Alaska; L.E. Grammer; Scale: 1 inch = 2 miles; Feb. 25, 1923 (19.5 X 24 inch).
7. Map of Kanatak in the Cold Bay Oil District; L.E. Grammer, Civil Engineer, Dep. U.S. Min. Sur., Kodiak, Alaska; Scale: 1 inch = 200 feet; Feb. 25, 1923 (29 X 49 inch).
8. Energy Resource Map of Alaska; Compiled by C.N. Conwell, Mining Engineer; L.C. Schell, Cartographer; Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys; Scale 1:2,500,000; 1977 (36 X 48 inch).
9. Arctic Slope Alaska, Oil and Gas Development Map; State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Minerals and Energy Management; Scale: 1 inch = 16 miles; Oct. 1982 (35 X 45 inch).
10. Bottom Hole Well Location Map, Prudhoe Bay Field & Vicinity; Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; Jan. 1, 1985 (11 X 18 inch).
11. Cook Inlet oil well sites and depths; Scale 1:750,000; Jan. 15, 1992 (33 X 38 inch, 2 copies).

Subseries 9b. Oil Lease Maps; n.d. 1938, 1958-1960, 1964-1966, 1969, 1981.
1.
4 untitled lease maps, various sizes; n.d.
2. Exhibit "A" to Accompany West Foreland Unit Agreement, Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska; Scale 1 inch = 1 mile; n.d. (17.5 X 20 inch).
3. Oil and Gas Lease Map [South end of Kodiak Island]; Alaska Abstract Service, Map No. 58-C; Scale: 1 inch = 1mile; n.d. (31 X 40 inch).
4. General Map of Cold Bay - Wide Bay Areas, Alaska Peninsula, Showing Properties; Scale: 1 inch=1 mile; Jan. 27, 1938 (Portion, 21 X 66 inches).
5. Cook Inlet Basin on BLM Protraction Base [Northwest Kenai Peninsula]; Alaska Map Service, Map No. L16-8; Scale: ½ inch=1mile; May 1, 1958 (27.5 X 29 inch).
6. Trinity Islands Area, Southern Alaska; Union Oil and Gas Corporation of Louisiana; Scale: 1 inch-5,00 feet; Apr. 24, 1959 (30.5 X 41.5 inch).
7. Oil and Gas Lease Map [South end of Kodiak Island]; Alaska Abstract Service, Anchorage; Scale: 1 inch = 1 mile; 1959 (23 X 38.5 inch).
8. Oil and Gas Lease Map [Northern Kenai Peninsula]; Alaska Abstract Service, Map No. 58-225; Scale 1 inch = 1 mile; Feb. 9, 1960.
9. Arctic Slope (Umiat) 8S-7N, 8E-4W; Jan. 1, 1964 (41 X 61 inch).
10. Cook Inlet Property & Development Map; Alaska Exploration Corporation; July 1965 (11 X 14.5 inch).
11. Cook Inlet Property & Development [Lease map]; Alaska Exploration Corporation; Nov. 1, 1965 (11 X 16 inch).
12. Cook Inlet Property & Development [Lease map]; Alaska Exploration Corporation; Oct. 1966 (11 X 16 inch).
13. Arctic Slope - Northwest Leasing Area (Township 7N Through 14N, Ranges 4E Through 26 E), State 23rd Competitive Lease Sale; The Alaska Company, Denver; Sep. 10, 1969 (11 X 19 inch).
14. Fish and Wildlife Resources in the Proposed Lease Sale Area #34; Product of Marine/Coastal Habitat Management, Alaska Department of Fish and Game; Schale 1:250,000; Apr. 1981 (42 X 45 inch).
15. Fish and Wildlife Resources of the Proposed State Oil and Gas Lease Sale #36, The Second Beaufort Sea Sale; Prepared by the Department of Fish and Game, Marine Coastal Management; Scale 1:125,000; Apr. 1981 (39 X 42 inch).
16. Fish and Wildlife Resources of the Proposed Lease Sale Area #35; Product of Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Marine and Coastal Habitat Management; Scale 1:250,000; June 1981 (42 X 49 inch).
17. Upland Oil and Gas Lands Under Consideration for Leasing: Current Leasing Schedule; June 1981 (18 X 24 inch).

Box 30

Subseries 9c. Folded Maps and Map Packets; 1951, 1968, 1976, 1978, 1983.
1.
Geology of the Arctic Slope of Alaska; By Thomas G. Payne and others, U.S. Geological Survey; 1951 (Packet, 2 sheets).
2. Regional Geologic Map of the Shungnak and Southern Part of the Ambler River Quadrangles, Alaska; By William W. Patton, Jr., Thomas P. Miller, and Irvine L. Tailleur; Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations, Map I-554, U.S. Geological Survey; 1968 (Packet, 1 sheet).
3. Map Showing Geology, Wildcat Wells, Tertiary Plant Fossil Localities, K-AR Age Dates, and Petroleum Operations, Cook Inlet Area, Alaska; By L.B. Magoon, W.L. Adkison, and R.M. Egbert, U.S. Geological Survey; Scale 1:250,000; 1976 (Packet, 3 sheets).
4. Alaska's Mineral Potential, 1978: Oil and Gas, Geothermal, Uranium, Metals, Coal; Prepared at the Request of the Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission of Alaska, By Alaska Field Operation Center, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Juneau, Alaska, and C.C. Hawley (under contract); 1978 (Report and map packet).
5. Folio, Eastern North Slope Petroleum Province, Land Status and Well Locations, Alaska (Map MF-929A); By I.L. Tailleur, G.H. Pessel, S. Engwicht et al, U.S. Geological Survey, the Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys and the Division of Oil and Gas, Alaska Department of Natural Resources; 1978 (Packet, 5 sheets).
6. Geothermal Resources of Alaska; Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Alaska Department of Natural Resources; Scale 1:2,500,000; 1983 (35 X 55 inch).
7. Oil and Gas Basins Map of Alaska; Compiled by Arlen Ehm, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Alaska Department of Natural Resources; 1983 (43 X 60 inch).

Box 31

Series 10. Oil in Alaska Related Photographs; n.d., 1900-1994 (206 b&w prints; 31 color prints; 3 color slides; 8 b&w negatives; 25 color negatives; 18 b&w copy negatives; 1 color copy negative).

Note: Photographs from the Anchorage Museum of History and Art are identified as AMHA, along with their photograph number. Photographs from the archives at the University of Alaska Fairbanks are identified as UAF.

Note: Many of these same photographs were used for the exhibit in Series 11.

1. Katalla: Smaller format prints and slides; n.d., 1904, 1907, 1916, 1927, 1928, 1954, 1963, 1965 (25 b&w prints; 10 color prints; 3 color slides).
1.
Katalla: Aerial views; 1963 (3 color slides, 35mm).
2-7. Katalla: Aerial views; Feb. 17, 1965 (6 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
-Katalla Bay from Strawberry Point, about ½ tide.
-View from Strawberry Point to Cove Point and ridge to Katalla field.
-Old Katalla field along clearing, view from south side.
-Strawberry Point Ely along Strawberry Harbor, Cave Point at left.
-Wend of Redwood Bay looking southwest through oil field valley.
8 & 9. Rusted machinery at Katalla, taken by Ray Thompson; n.d. (2 color prints, 3.5 X 4.75 inch).
10. Map of Katalla Oil Field prepared for St. Elias Oil Field; n.d. (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
11. Katalla Oil Field; n.d. (1 color print of b&w photo, 3.5 X 5 inch).
12. Katalla Main Street; ca. 1916 (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.25 inch).
13. Refinery and Katalla Slough; Winter 1928 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
14. Lower camp and refinery of Chilkat Oil; 1928 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
15. Katalla, Center of Coal, Oil and Copper Districts: 2 views; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
16. Katalla camp; 1928 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
17. Katalla Oil Field; 1928 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
18. George Hazelet, Manager, Chilkat Oil Co., at Katalla oil seep; 1927 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
19. Alaska Development Company's Headquarter (coal), mouth of Bering River, Controller Bay, Alaska; R.W. Stone, photographer, No. 136, U.S. Geological Survey; 1904 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
20 & 21. Cunningham's Oil Well No. 1, Hey Point, Controller Bay; R.W. Stone, photographer, No. 133, U.S. Geological Survey; 1904 (b&w prints, 5 X 7 inch).
22. Cemetery at Kayak; R.W. Stone, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey; 1904 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
23. Oil seepage near Alaska Development Company's Well No. 1; R.W. Stone, photographer, No. 156, U.S. Geological Survey; 1904 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
24. Tom White's Cabin; CA. Hickcox, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey; July 5, 1944 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
25. Lathron of USGS, Carsey of Humble, and Phil O'Rourke of Phillips at Phillip's Icy Bay Sullivan No. 1 Well; D. J. Miller, photographer, No. 1127, U.S. Geological Survey; 1954 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
26 & 27. Sullivan No. 1 Well, "Little River," Phillip's Icy Bay; D.J. Miller, photographer, No. 1126, U.S. Geological Survey; 1954 (b&w prints, 5 X 7 inch).
28. Kerr McGee's Sullivan No. 1 Well, Phillip's; D.J. Miller, photographer, No. 1138, U.S. Geological Survey; Sep. 11, 1954 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
29 & 30. Chilkat Oil Co.'s Well near Katalla, Alaska; Photo by H.A. Iyes; ca. 1920s (Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
31. Oil field view; n.d. (Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
32. Trench at oil field; n.d. (Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
33. Men unloading barrels from boat at shore; n.d. (Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
34. Two men, woman, and child at oil field; n.d. (Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
35. Katalla; Photo by Kennedy; Aug. 15, 1907 (Helen Van Campen Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
36. Building railroad to go to Kennecott copper mine ("Railroad Crossing"); n.d. (Helen Van Campen Collection, UAF, b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).

2. Katalla: Large format prints; n.d., 1900-1910 (22 b&w prints: 21-8 X 10 inch, 1-8 X 14 inch).
1.
Boat on beach, Katalla; 1900-1910 (AMHA, Hinchey Alagco Collection, B62.1.2102).
2. Street scene, Katalla; 1900-1910 (AMHA, Hinchey Alagco Collection, B62.1.253).
3. Oil derrick scene, Katalla; 1900-1910 (AMHA, Hinchey Alagco Collection, B62.1.2101).
4. Street Scene, Katalla; n.d. (AMHA, Marie & Walter Sundberg Collection, B67.13.10).
5. Chilkat Oil Co. Near Katalla; n.d. (AMHA, B87.43.4).
6. Street scene, Katalla; n.d. (AMHA, B63.X.11.3).
7. Steamboat Unloading Railroad Material and Supplies at Camp 7; Evans Photo; Sep. 1901 (AMHA, 8914.32).
8. Grading with Steam Shovel, Katalla Co. Railroad; Photo by Evans; July 14, 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.34).
9. Grading with Steam Shovel on Katalla Co. Railroad; Photo by Evans; June 18, 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.35).
10. Katalla Co. Saw Mill at Camp 7; Evans Photo; Sep. 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.36).
11. 26 Horse Team, Hauling Donkey Engine, Katalla Co.; Evans Photo; July 2, 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.39).
12. Katalla Co. Getting Pile Driver Ready to Drive First Bent. Note Block House Under Construction on Extreme Right; Evans Photo; 11.45 A.M., July 1, 1907 (AHMA, B89.14.40).
13. Katalla Company locomotive at Bruner Crossing; Photo by Evans; July 14, 1901 (AMHA, 89.14.41).
14. Front Street, Katalla, Alaska; Photo by Evans; Aug. 10. 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.42).
15. Katalla docks and town; n.d. (AMHA, B89.14.44).
16. White's Slough, Katalla, Alaska; Evan's. Photo.; Nov. 10, 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.46).
17. Panorama Katalla, Alaska. Looking West from Across Katalla River; July 13, 1907 (AMHA, B89.14.48).
18. Katalla street scene; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No.24268; n.d.
19. A.P. and C.C. Derrick, Katalla; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 24269; n.d.
20. Katalla street and dock scene; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service; n.d.
21. Oil Wells Near Katalla; n.d.
22. Prospecting for oil in Katalla. This is the Cudahy Company's oil outfit on the shores of Bering Lake, about fifteen miles from the Bering River Coal Fields that started the conservation policy in Alaska; n.d. (Panorama, Barrett Willoughby Collection, UAF, 8 X 14 inch).

3. Kanatak and Cold Bay: Smaller format prints; n.d., 1903, 1904, 1923, 1938 (23 b&w prints; 1 color print; 4 color copies of prints).
1.
Men with packhorses at Wide Bay, L.E. Grammer at far left; 1938 (3.5 X 5 inch).
2. Drilling rig in valley; n.d. (3.25 X 5 inch).
3. Nicholi, Grammer, Second Chief (Fred), First Chief (Ruth Kalmakoff), and Tom Finnegan at Kanatak, Portage Bay, ready for Wide Bay via bidarka (Nicholi, Grammer, Fred); May 1920 (2.75 X 4.5 inch).
4. Grammer No. 1 Well prior to boiler house; 1938 (2.75 X 4.5 inch).
5. Grammer No. 1 camp from well site; n.d. (2.75 X 4.5 inch).
6. Kanatak, Cold Bay, Alaska; n.d. (Post card; 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
7. Rolling pipe, Grammer No. 1, Salmon Creek; n.d. (contact print, 3 X 4.75 inch, AMHA, B83.103.5).
8. Grammer No. 1, Salmon Creek, Cold Bay; n.d. (contact print, 3 X 4.75 inch, AMHA, B83.103.6).
9. Standard Oil Party , Wide Bay: Henton (packer), Grammer (geologist), Leach (geologist assistant), Tallant, Scotty, Cook, Cook, Doctor Hanna, and Joe Bryan; 1938 (contact print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch, AMHA, B83.103.8).
10. U.S. submarine in Portage Bay; n.d. (contact print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch, AMHA, B83.103.22).
11. Grammer No. 1 Oil Well; 1938 (contact print, 2.5 X 4.5, AMHA, B83.103.23).
12. Standard Oil Co., Cold Bay, Alaska, Pearl Creek Dome (Lee No. 1); H.T. Gilbertson, photographer; 1923 (contact print, 3 X 4.75 inch, AMHA, B83.103.25).
13. Dr. Hannah and L.E. Grammer with visor cap on boat in Becharof Lake; n.d. (4 X 6 inch).
14. Woman in cloak with natives standing next to kayak on shore, Kanatak; n.d. (3.5 X 5.75 inch).
15. Company new town and old town at far right. Kanatak Creek separates the two towns; 1922 (3.5 X 5.75 inch).
16. Associated Oil Co., Alaska Oil Co. No. 1, Pearl Creek Dome; 1923 (3.5 X 5.75 inch).
17. Portage Bay; n.d. (3½ X 5¾ inch).
18. The Casey Camp last drill site – Rig and boiler house in distance. Coocoo Camp foreground. Puale Bay, Costello Wellsite; 1904 (5 X 7 inch, AMHA, B83.103.7).
19. Standard Oil Co. Lee No. 1, Pearl Creek Dome, oil well; 1923 (contact print, 5 X 7 inch, AMHA, B83.103.24).
20. Casey's Beach Camp, G.C. Martin and Stanton (at door), Sloop "P.W. Francis"; R.W. Stone, photographer; 1904 (5 X 7 inch).
21. Cold Bay Field Oil Lands of J.H. Costello, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska (Map); 1903 (5 X 7 inch).
22. General Map Showing Oil Lands of J.H. Costello, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska; 1903 (5 X 7 inch).
23-26. 1904 Costello Wellsite; U.S. Geological Survey photos; 1994 (4 color copies of prints, 5 X 7 inch).
27. Panorama of Grammer No. 1 site; 1938 (2.25 X 9.5 inch).
28. General Map Showing Oil Lands of J.H. Costello, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska; 1903 (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).

4. Kanatak and Cold Bay: Large format prints; n.d., 1922-1924, 1938, 1939, 1962 (16 b&w prints; 1 color print).
1.
Kanatak, showing old and new town; 1924 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.178, 8 X 10 inch).
2. Main Street, Kanatak (old town); 1923 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.179, 8 X 10 inch).
3. Bridge crossing between old and new town, Kanatak, Bill Rutchow with cigar; 1922 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.184, 8 X 10 inch).
4. Standard and Associated Oil Co. shops, Kanatak; 1922 (AMHA Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.185, 8 X 10 inch).
5. Kanatak, showing oil company camp at other end of town; Winter 1923 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.186, 8 X 10 inch).
6. Boys in front of sod house, Kanatak; 1922 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18. 468, 8 X 10 inch).
7. Charles Madsen General Merchandise store, Kanatak; 1922 (AMHA, Fred Henton Collection, B65.18.493, 8 X 10 inch).
8. Richfield drilling at Wide Bay in 1962 (8 X 10 inch).
9. Lee No. 1 Well; Aug. 1923 (Chevron Corporation Photo, No. 496, 8.5 X 11 inch).
10. Camp buildings at Grammer No. 1 Well; n.d. (Chevron Corp. Photo, No. 1298, 8.5 X 11 inch).
11. Gasoline, oils, and supplies on beach at Kanatak for Drilling at Pearl Creek; 1922 (Chevron Corporation Photo, No. 1712, 8.5 X 11 inch).
12. Unloading material at Kanatak for drilling on Pearl Creek Dome; n.d. (Chevron Corporation Photo, No. 1713, 8.5 X 11 inch).
13. Bear Creek Camp; 1939 (Chevron Corporation Photo, No. 1715).
14. Camp for "Big Field" layout (Grammer No. 1 Well); 1938 (Chevron Corporation Photo, No. 2841, 8.5 X 11 inch).
15. L.E. Grammer No. 1, Standard Oil of California, Alaska Peninsula; H.J. Lee, photographer; Jan. 1940 (5 X 8 inch (5 X 8 inch).
16. Grammer #1, night view of well site; 1938 (color, 8 X 10 inch, extremely red-shifted).
17. Constructing offshore platform, L.E. Grammer to Jack Roderick; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).

5. Iniskin Peninsula and Russell Havenstrite (Includes xerographic copies of portraits and a newspaper clippings concerning Russell Havenstrite); n.d., 1934, 1938, 1944, 1950, 1953, 1954, 1959 (15 b&w prints; 1 b&w copy negative, 4 X 5 inch).
1.
The drill rig, Havenstrite at Iniskin; 1934 (3 X 4.5 inch).
2. Mildred Havenstrite (Homer's wife) at left and cache; 1934 (3.5 X 5 inch).
3. Homer and Mildred Havenstrite at bunk house; 1934 (3.5 X 5 inch).
4. Looking northwest toward IBA with Tonnie Creek in background, Iniskin; L.B. Kellam, Photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 105; 1944 (5 X 7 inch).
5. Casing head near west bank of Bowser Creek-drilled in 1903; A. Grantz, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 8; 1950 (5 X 7 inch).
6. Remains of drilling equipment at Bowser Creek-1903; A. Grantz, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 10; 1950 (5 X 7 inch).
7. Casing head near west bank of Bowser Creek-drilled 1903; A. Grantz, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey; 1950 (5 X 7 inch).
8. Iniskin oil seep, ½ mile west of Bowser Creek; A. Grantz, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 12; 1950 (5 X 7 inch).
9. Casing head near west bank of Bowser Creek-drilled 1903; A. Grantz, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 13; 1950 (5 X 7 inch).
10. Whiting, Bial, and Grammer on surveying party, Kamishak; n.d. (6.75 X 10.25 inch).
11. Kamishak from Point Douglas; n.d. (6.75 X 10.25 inch).
12. Boat grounded on Right Arm of Iniskin Bay; n.d. (6.75 X 10.25 inch).
13. Iniskin Well; June 1938 (6.75 X 10.25 inch).
14. Iniskin upper camp; June 1938 (6.75 X 10.25 inch).
15. The old Havenstrite operation at Iniskin Bay were reworked and Hydrofracted; some very high grade oil was produced. A new well drilled by Mr. Zappa (seen on steps here) found additional oil but not in produceable quantities. This well was called Beale No. 1 by Havenstrite; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 9310; Nov. 13, 1959 (8 X 10 inch).

6. Standard Oil of California: Old Photos (Various unidentified Alaska subjects, primarily from letterpress halftone images); n.d. (16 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).

7. Governor William A. Egan and Related Photos, etc. (Includes notes and xerographic copies); (10 b&w prints; 1 b&w copy negative, 4 X 5 inch).
1.
Governor Egan portrait; n.d. (4 X 5 inch).
2. Governor Egan portrait; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
3. Group photo at banquet. Standing left to right: Joe Rothstein, John Havelock, unknown, Wright, unknown, and Willie Hensley. Seated left to right: Mike Gravel, Bill Egan, Ted Stevens, Nick Begich, and Cliff Groh; ca. 1972 (5 X 7 inch).
4. Street scene outside Alaska Capitol building, Juneau; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
5. Swearing in ceremony: Hugh Wade, Lt. Governor and Bob Blodgett; Tundra Times Photo; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
6. Governor William Egan at microphone; Tundra Times Photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
7. Group portrait in office. Standing left to right: Dave Jackman, Chuck Herbert, and John Havelock. Sitting right to left: Gov. Egan and Jack Horton, U.S. Department of the Interior official; 1972.
8. Phil Holdsworth being sworn in by Hugh Wade with Gov. Egan at right; Alaska State Library, Alaska Office of the Governor Collection, Photo No. PCA 213-1-53; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
9. Charles Smith of Union, talks to petrological engineer, Senator Irene Ryan at Union Ohio No. 3; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 9400; 1959 (8 X 10 inch).
10. Portrait of Chuck Herbert; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).

8. North Slope Discovery and Trans-Alaska Pipeline; n.d., 1923, 1949, 1951, 1963, 1966-1970, 1981 (31 b&w prints; 9 b&w copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch).
1.
Belgard, Lonseth, O.L. Wix, W.T. Foran, and Hughes at camp at Utokok, 12 miles downstream from forks; W.T. Foran, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 41; 1923 (5 X 7 inch).
2. Ralph Miller at Simpson Seep; J.C. Reed, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey; June 1949 (5 X 7 inch).
3. Bill Fackler at Barrow No. 2 Gas Well on Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4; J.C. Reed, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 769; June 1949 (5 X 7 inch).
4. Barrow No. 2 Gas Well blowing on Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4; J.C. Reed, photographer, U.S. Geological Survey, No. 842; June 1949 (5 X 7 inch).
5. Richfield Field Camp; 1963 (5 X 7 inch).
6. Executives of the newsly formed Atlantic Richfield Company pose during a visit to the North Slope in the fall of 1966. From left, Louis Davis, John Sweet, pilot, "Mo" Benson, Thornton Bradshaw, and Harry Jamison. In its merger with Richfield, Atlantic Refining stepped into atop spot in North Slope oil exploration. ARCO named Jamison, a Richfield geologist, as its first Alaska district manager; Harry Jamison photo; 1966 (5 X 7 inch).
7. Group photo on flatbed truck. Left to right: Roscoe Bell, J.B. Kaufman, unknown, Nibert Johnson, Wally, Champ, John, Betsy; and Bob Walker. Sitting at left: Harry Jamison and state trooper; Lael Morgan, photographer, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; May 1967 (5 X 7 inch).
8. Prudhoe Bay oil discovery. ARCO's Prudhoe Bay State No. 1 Well; Gil Mull photo; Dec. 27, 1967 (5 X 7 inch).
9. Prudhue Bay oil discovery headlines, Anchorage Daily Times; Gil Mull photo; Mar. 13, 1968 (5 X 7 inch).
10. Prudhoe Bay State No. 1, drill test No. 5, tested 1152 BOPD, from Lisburne Formation; Mar. 17, 1968 (5 X 7 inch).
11. Sag River No. 1 Well; 1968 (5 X 7 inch).
12. Trans-Alaska Pipeline scene; Clark James Mischler photo; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
13. Trans-Alaska Pipeline scene near northern terminus; Clark James Mischler photo; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
14. Trans-Alaska Pipeline scene; Clark James Mischler, TAPS Pipeline; n.d.
15. Drilling rig on North Slope; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
16. Arctic Oil drilling derrick; June 1951 (AMHA, B87.43.1).
17. Exxon' tanker SS Manhattan on a voyage to test an oil transport route through the Northwest Passage; Joe Rychetnik photo; 1969 (AMHA, 100 Year of Oil Exploration exhibit, 8 X 10 inch).
18. Valdez Terminal site about July of 1970; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 13934; ca. July 1970 (8 X 10 inch).
19. The first work on the Valdez Tanker Terminal for the Alyeska Pipeline; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. Mc 207; Sep. 13, 1970 (8 X 10 inch).
20. Endicott Field: Sag 7 in foreground and Sag 8 in background; Frank Baker, British Petroleum; Spring 1981 (8 X 10 inch).
21. Prudhoe Base Camp; Frank Baker, British Petroleum; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
22. "Mukluk" Well; Frank Baker, British Petroleum; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
23. A workman on the trans-Alaska pipeline signals to sideboom tractor operator to line up suspended section of pipe for welding; Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. and Frank Baker, British Petroleum; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
24. Drilling crew, North Slope; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
25. Trans-Alaska Pipeline, North Slope; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
26. ARCO "Hilton," North Slope; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
27. North Slope development drilling; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
28. Pipeline pipe loaded on barge; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
29. Tanker cutting through sea ice; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
30. Ocean Odyssey oil drilling platform from above; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
31. Close-up of stacked pipe; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).

9. Eureka: Shields and O'Neill (Includes xerographic copies of photos and newspaper clippings); n.d., 1951, 1953, 1961, 1994 (2 b&w prints; 7 color prints; 4 b&w copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch).
1-7.
O'Neill and Shields, Wellsite No. 2 at Eureka, Copper River Basin, drilled by Jim Snowden's Aledo Oil Co. in 1955-1957; 1994 (7 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
8. C.F. "Tiny" Shields, President (with hat), and William A. O'Neill, Secretary-Treasurer (with cap), of Alaska Oil and Development Co., at Eureka drillsite; Oct. 1953 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
9. C.F. "Tiny" Shields amd William A. O-Neill at Eureka, Alaska Oil Gas Development Co.; Oct. 1953 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
10. Drillsite, Alaska Oil and Gas Development Co. at Eureka; Oct. 1953 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
11. An early test for oil near Eureka on the Glenn Highway. A Walker Neer Spudder made dry hole for about 5000 foot depth; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 556; Sep. 20, 1953 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).

10. $900 Million Sale: Tom Kelly, Walter Hickel, and Michel Halbouty (Includes xerographic copies of photographs); n.d., 1958, 1969 (5 b&w prints; 1 b&w copy negative, 4 X 5 inch).
1.
Michel T. Halbouty and Walter J. Hickel: "Oilman and Contractor to Build Offices" (headline); Nov. 4, 1958 (5 X 7 inch).
2. Governor Keith Miller and Commissioner of Natural Resources Tom Kelly at State of Alaska oil lease sale at Sydney Laurence Auditorium, Anchorage; Ward Wells, photographer; Sep. 10, 1969 (AMHA, No. WWS 4794-6, 8 X 10 inch).
3 & 4. Protest in front of Sydney Lawrence Auditorium during State of Alaska oil lease sale; Ward Wells, photographer; Sep. 10, 1969 (AMHA, Nos. WWS 4794-19 & 49, 8 X 10 inch).
5. Secretary of the Interior Walter Hickel meets with Native leaders prior to Alaska Native Claim Settlement Act; 1972 (Alaska State Library, Alaska Native Organizations Collection, No. PCA 33-5, 8 X 10 inch).

11. Houston: Tucker and Peterson; 1950s (11 b&w prints; 10 color prints; 8 b&w negatives; 25 color negatives; 2 b&w copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch).
1-16.
Tucker and Peterson "Rosetta" Casing, Houston, Alaska; 1994 (6 b&w prints, 3.5 X 5 inch, 10 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch; 8 b&w negatives, 35mm; 25 color negatives, 35mm).
17. Group photo at Houston well site: George Tucker in white helmet, Rosetta Tucker, and Ralph Peterson in center; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
18. The original mickey mouse rig of the Anchorage Oil and Gas Co. of Tucker and Peterson, which brought the gas showing that encouraged them to put on a rotary rig; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 9445655; Sep. 25, 1955 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
19. George Tucker in suspenders and Ralph Peterson; Ina Peterson photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
20. Aerial of Tucker and Peterson wellsite at Houston; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 9444555; 1950s (8 X 10 inch).
21. Berger & Sullivan Drill, First One Operated at Bluff, Alaska (Between Fort Wainwright and Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks); n.d. (8 X 10 inch).

12. Cook Inlet and Swanson River Offshore (includes xerographic copies of photos, newspaper clippings, and maps); n.d., 1957, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1971(17 b&w prints; 1 color print).
1.
Richfield's drillsite at Swanson River; Anchorage Daily Times photo; Spring 1957 (5 X 7 inch).
2. Road from Sterling to Swanson River; Anchorage Daily Times photo; Spring 1957 (5 X 7 inch).
3. Pan Am's (Amoco) "Blow-Out at North Cook Inlet Field; Anchorage Daily Times photo; 1962 (5 X 7 inch).
4. Union's monopod in Cook Inlet; Anchorage Daily Times photo; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
5. Swanson River rig; ARCO photo; n.d. (5 X 7 inch).
6. H.L. Hunt's Rig No. 46, Kalgin Island, Cook Inlet; Summer 1966 (3½ X 5 inch).
7. Union Oil Co. rig near Soldotna; Ward Wells, photographer; Sep. 9, 1959 (AMHA, WWC 3918-7, 8 X 10 inch).
8. Coastal Drilling Company, Swanson River, Richfield Oil Corporation, Kenai; 1957 (AMHA, No. B87.43.2, 8 X 10 inch).
9. Pan Am's (AMOCO) North Cook Inlet gas "blowout." Relief well is under way – State Geologists fired the escapement in order that oil would not contaminate Cook Inlet to detriment of anadromous salmon migrations – Chugach Mountains in Background; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 13208; Sep. 17, 1962.
10. Pan Am's (AMOCO) North Cook Inlet "blowout," discovered gas field (Phillips-Marathon Oil owners). Mount Susitna in background – vessel is 1400 feet north and east of blowout; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 13209; Sep. 17, 1962 (8 X 10 inch).
11. Reading and Bates, Inc. self contained drilling platform on the Middle Ground Shoal Structure operated by Pan American for itself, Phillips Petroleum Co., Sinclair Oil and Gas Co., and Skelly Oil Co.; Summer 1964 (8 X 10 inch).
12. Pan-American Oil rig in Cook Inlet ice; Ward Wells, photographer; Dec. 1965 (AMHA, WWC 4359-1).
13. Oil rig in Cook Inlet; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 17288; Feb. 10, 1971.
14. Offshore oil rig on Cook Inlet; Joe Rychetnik photo; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
15. Aerial view of Standard-Richfield Kenai Peninsula development wells in the Swanson River and Soldotna Creek Units, south of Anchorage; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
16. Richfield Tanker, loads out crude oil from Kenai Peninsula Oil Field at the Nikiski Terminal on Cook Inlet; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 10890; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
17. Petrochemical complex at Nikiski Beach, 13 miles north of Kenai, Alaska. Ammonia/urea, natural gas liquification, and two refineries; Steve McCutcheon, Alaska Pictorial Service, No. 12363; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
18. Cuss II - Cook Inlet; F.F. Adrian, photographer; May 1962 (color print, 7¾ X 7¾ inch, mounted on 11 X 14 inch board, Located in Box 35).

13. Locke Jacobs; n.d., 1955, 1992 (5 b&w prints; 4 color prints; 2 color copies of original prints).
1.
S.S. Nenana riverboat. Locke Jacobs, Jr. was crewman in the late 1940's; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
2. Locke Jacobs Married Raye, his Arthur Murray dance instructor, in Anchorage in 1955 or 1956. Best man Jack Roderick at right; ca. 1955 ( b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
3. Locke Jacobs, Jr. on horse on ranch in Montana; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
4. Jocke Jacobs, Jr. on tractor in Montana with two cousins; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
5. Portrait of Locke Jacobs and brother Bob, Verden, Oklahoma; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
6. Locke Jacobs, Jr.; n.d. (color print, 5 X 7 inch).
7. Locke Jacobs in cowboy hat with cigar; n.d. (color print, 5 X 7 inch).
8. Joe Crusey, John McManamin, and Bob Atwood at Locke Jacobs' memorial; Nov. 17, 1992 (color print, 4 X 6 inch).
9. Ed Rasmuson, Jack Roderick, and John McManamin at Locke Jacobs' memorial; Nov. 17, 1992. (color print, 4 X 6 inch).
10. Locke Jacobs and Jack Roderick in the early 1950s; n.d. (b&w xerographic copy of photo).
11. Portrait of Locke Jacobs; n.d. (color xerographic copy of photo).

14. Photos of Individuals (Includes xerographic copies of photos and clippings); n.d., 1959, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967-1969, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1994 (22 b&w prints; 7 color prints; 2 b&w copy negatives, 4 X 5 inch; 1 color copy negative, 120 size).
1.
Charles W. Barnes; n.d. (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
2. Ed Devine at "Mud Volcano" in Copper River Valley; Summer 1969 (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
3. John J. King, Denver "Independent"; n.d. (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
4. John J. King relaxing in chair; n.d. (color print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
5. C. Selman and Harry C. Jamison at United Geophysical facility, Franklin Bluff; Dec. 1963 (b&w print, 3.25 X 4.5 inch).
6. Raymond M. Thompson at Nulato, Alaska; Dec. 10, 1959 (b&w print, 3.5 X 3.5 inch).
7. Phil Holdsworth and Jack Roderick; June 1994 (color print, 4 X 6 inch).
8. Bob Atwood, publisher of the Anchorage Daily Times; Elaine Atwood photo; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
9. Charlie "Etok" Edwardsen; Margie Bauman photo; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
10. U.S. Senators Mike Gravel and Ted Stevens; Mar. 31, 1973.
11. John Havelock and Emil Notti; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
12. Willie Hensley; Margie Bauman photo; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
13. Roger Herrera of British Petroleum at Hotel Captain Cook podium; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
14. Harry Jamison standing near cliffs on North Slope; 1963 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
15. Sir Peter Kent; British Petroleum photo; 1971 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
16. John J. King, Denver "Independent," next to Earthquake Park sign; n.d. (color print, 5 X 7 inch).
17. F.G. Larminie; British Petroleum photo; 1974 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
18. Marvin Mangus and George Gryc moving camp on lower Canning River; 1947 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
19. Gil Mull, Richfield geologist, standing near cliffs on North Slope; 1963 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
20. Gar Pessel, Richfield geologist, on hilltop on North Slope; 1963 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
21. A.N. Thomas; British Petroleum photo; 1967 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
22. Joe Upickson of Arctic Slope; Margie Bauman photo; n.d. (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
23. W.R. Warman; British Petroleum photo; 1968 (b&w print, 5 X 7 inch).
24 & 25. New Atlantic Chief Visits Anchorage – Robert O. Anderson, of Roswell, New Mexico, second from left, new board chairman and chief executive officer of the Atlantic Refining Company, views a map of Atlantic's Alaskan operations with John Sweet, left, district exploration co-ordinator, and Roland Champion, third from left, district landman. Looking on from right are W. Dow Hamm, of Dallas, executive vice-president of Atlantic, and B.J. Lancaster, of Dallas, manager of the company's North American engineering division.; Ward Wells, photographer; May 6, 1965 (AMHA, WWC 6500-1 & 2, b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
26. Eben Hopson, founder and mayor of North Slope Borough; Tundra Times photo; n.d. (b&w print, 6 X 8.5 inch).
27. Ed Patton, Alyeska's first president; n.d. (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
28. Sinclair's Loren Ware and Zed Grissom; n.d. (color print, 8 X 10 inch).
29. Left to right: Jan Koslosky, Petroleum Development Co.; Robin Saunders, Pure Oil Co.; F.L. Shogrin, Pure Oil Co.; Herb Hilscher, Great Western Development Co.; Thelma Ross; Garth Armstrong, Pure Oil Co.; Harold Koslosky, Koslosky Development Co.; Mac's Foto, No. 10744; Apr. 1961 (b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).

Series 11. 100 Years of Oil Exploration: A Photographic Exhibition; 1997 (84 black and white prints, 2 color prints, 69 negatives).

Note: This exhibit was created in conjunction with the publication of Jack Roderick's book, Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska. It contains many of the same photographs, text, and other materials.

The contents of a promotional binder for the exhibit from 1998-1999, with an introduction and selected photographs, is located at the end of Box 31 (13 b&w prints, 5 X 7 inch).

Subseries 11a. Exhibit Prints (Captions from exhibit labels); 1997.

Note: Page Numbers noted at end of photo captions are of the location of the photographs in the book, Crude Dreams.

Mounted Labels for Exhibit Prints (Approx. 3.5 X 9.5 inch, mounted on fome core): Print Nos. 1, 2, 7, 10, 12, 13 (2 of same label), 14-27, 29, 30, 32, 34-37, 38 (2 different labels), 39, 40a, 41-53, 54 (2 different labels), 55-57, 59 (2 different), 60. (Located in Box 32).

Black and White Copy Negatives. 4 X 5 inch copy negatives exist for the following photographs by exhibit print number and/or Crude Dreams page number: 1 (page 38), 2, 3, 4 (page 39), 5 (page 41), 6, 8 (page 23), 9 (page 25), 10, 10a (page 30), 11 (page 24), 12 (page 28), 13 (page 29), 14 (page 44), 16 (page 49), 17 (page 119), 18 (page 50), 19, 20 (page 64), 22 (page 136, 2 different), 23 (page 53), 24 (page 105), 25 (page 93), 26 (page 91), 27a (page 145), 28 (page 137), 29 (page 197, 2 different), 30 (page 194), 31 (page 169), 32 (page 165), 33 (page 254), 34 (page 222), 35 (page 212), 36 (212, 2 different), 37 (page 221), 40 (page 278), 40a (page 219), 41 (page 277), 42 (page 263), 43 (page 268), 44 (page 289), 45 (page 319), 46 (page 326), 47 (page 336), 48 (page 329), 49 (page 381), 50 (page 317), 51 (page 368), 52 (page 371), 53 (page 417), 55 (page 417), 56 (page 417), 59 (page 20), 60 (page 298), 64, 65, page 52, page 56, page 78, page 143, page 145 (2 different), page 177, page 293, page 300, page 134 (Located in Box 35).

22 X 28 and 22 X 22 Inch Mounted Prints: Nos. 2, 3, 6, 8-10, 10a, 11, 13, 22, 23, 26, 27a, 28, 30, 36, 38, 40, 40a, 42, 55, 59, 60 (Located in Box 37).

16 X 20 Inch Mounted Prints: Nos. 4, 5, 12, 14-19, 24, 27, 29, 31, 34, 35, 37, 41, 43, 44, 53, 56, 57 (Located in Box 34).

14 X 18 Mounted Prints: Nos. 1, 20, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 (Located in Box 34).

Smaller Mounted Prints: Nos. 25, 32, 33, 39, 51, 52 (Located in Box 34).

Matted Prints: Nos. 7, 54, 55, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 (Located in Box 35).

1. Oil seeps like this one spurred the hopes of oil hungry British prospectors in the Katalla area of the Gulf of Alaska before the turn of the century. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey) Page 38.
2. Bear hunter Tom White found oil at Katalla before the turn of the 20th century. British explorers began drilling at Katalla in 1901, initially pumping as much as 50 barrels a day.
3. Alaska Development Co.'s derrick, first oil well in Alaska. Note: no label.
4. A series of companies believed in the promise of the Katalla field, though the few wells at work in 1915 were turning out only tiny quantities of oil. (Barrett Willoughby Collection, University of Alaska Fairbanks) Page 39. Note: no label.
5. A small refinery on the Katalla slough processed oil from area wells from 1902 until the refinery burned in 1934. Chevron geologist G. Dallas Hanna said millions of dollars were ultimately spent on fruitless projects. Yet Chevron, Union, and Tidewater Associated oil companies bought the old Katalla mineral claims, and in future years continued to search for commercial quantities of oil around Katalla. (Photo courtesy Barrett Willoughby Collection, University of Alaska, Fairbanks) Page 41. Note: no label.
6. Families of oil field workers followed their men to the town of Katalla in the early 1900s, keeping house for them and preparing meals for workers. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon's Alaska Pictorial Service).
7. Katalla Oil Field (3 items).
-label for 4 different mounted prints (8.25 X 10.5 inch):
  1. Helen Van Campen Collection, University of Alaska, Fairbanks (Birdseye view of Katalla).
  2. Barrett Willoughby Collection, University of Alaska, Fairbanks (oil derrick in foreground from hill).
  3. Hickcox, C.A. (10), U.S. Geological Survey – 1944 (rusting oil field machinery in meadow).
  4. Miller, D.J. (1132), U.S. Geological Survey – 1954 (aerial view).
-Mounted and matted exhibit prints (12.75 X 16.25 inch).
-Katalla Map. 154,000 barrels of oil produced between 1902-1932 from one 40 acre patented claim. Map Showing Development, Chilkat Oil Company, Katalla, Alaska (Matted, 11 X 14.75 inch).
8. Oil exploration brought immense change to the old Native village of Kanatak at the head of Portage Glacier on the Alaska Peninsula. The camp was blanketed with snow in the winter of 1923. (Photo courtesy of Fred Henton Collection) Page 23. Note: no label.
9. Two small investor-financed companies drilled the first well on the Pearl Creek anticline in the west field at Cold Bay in the early 1920s. Associated Oil Company of California and Alaska Oil Company dug Associated No. I well down to 800 feet, after a small amount of oil was seen flowing freely from the well bore. The well was deepened to 3,033 feet over the next two drilling seasons, but no commercial quantities of oil were found. (Photo courtesy of Earl Grammer Collection, Anchorage Museum of History and Art) Page 25. Note: no label.
10. Unloading supplies at Kanatak for the Pearl Creek drill site in 1922. (Photo courtesy of Chevron).
10a. Gasoline, oil, and supplies on beach at Kanatak for drilling at Pearl Creek in 1922. (Photo courtesy of Chevron) Page 30.
11. A severe winter storm in 1923 drove buildings off their foundations in the new oil town of Kanatak on the Alaska Peninsula, while leaving the Native village of Kanatak intact. Oil explorer Earl Grammer got this explanation from Kanatak Chief Ruff.- '' White man drink whiskey, no go church, stay up all night, water come, take houses away. Native go church all time, water come, no touch Native house." (Photo courtesy of Earl Grammer Collection, Anchorage Museum of History and Art) Page 24. Note: no label.
12. Chevron put geologist G. Dallas Hanna, right, in charge of the Cold Bay-Kanatak district program with Earl Grammer. Another Chevron geologist described the area as barren, desolate, devoid of human habitation, where the ground was either frozen so solid as to be unworkable or so swampy as to be almost unworkable. (Photo courtesy of Earl Grammer Collection, Anchorage Museum of History and Art) Page 28.
13. In the spring of 1938, work began on Chevron's Grammer No. I well, which became the first truly deep well in Alaska. At about 7,000 feet, drillers recovered tarry oil and oil residue, and geologists were encouraged. But the presence of saltwater below 2,000 feet meant no commercial oil could be expected, so at 7,596 feet, work on the well was called off. (Photo courtesy of Earl Grammer Collection, Anchorage Museum of History and Art) Page 29.
14. The Alaska oil adventures of William Foran, second from right, got under way in 1923 with a U.S. Geological Survey field party on the North Slope. Foran first came to Alaska in the 1920s for the U.S. Navy. President Warren Harding was convinced that Navy ships needed a dependable supply of fuel oil so they would no longer have to rely on coal. In 1923 Congress set aside 25 million acres, nearly half the North Slope of Alaska as Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey, William Foran) Page 44.
15. Los Angeles wildcatter Russ Havenstrite came north in 1932 after hearing about huge oil fields in Alaska. He put together the Iniskin Bay Associates with geologist Carlton Beal and Hollywood film magnates Walt Disney, Darryl Zanuck and Hal Roach, but failed to find commercial quantities of oil. Ironically, Havenstrite abandoned his last try in Alaska in 1959 only two weeks after Richfield announced its big discovery at Swanson River, on the Kenai Peninsula, less than 100 miles northeast of Iniskin (Photo courtesy Anchorage Daily Times/Anchorage Daily News) Pages 33-34.
16. Alaskans themselves tried their hand at wildcatting beginning in the 1950s. Mining engineer Bill O'Neill and his partner, C. F. " Tiny" Shield, believed they could find oil in the Copper River Basin. In the spring of 1953, O'Neill and Shield located their cable-tool rig several miles west of Eureka Roadhouse, just off the Richardson Highway. By early 1954, the Eureka No. I well had been drilled down more than half a mile, but no oil was found. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon) Page 49.
17. Phillips Petroleum's Icy Bay drill site on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Alaska in the 1950s. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey) Page 119.
18. Ever-optimistic claims owners George Tucker, right, and Ralph Peterson, drilled wells at Houston, north of Anchorage, in the mid- 1950s. After the U.S. Bureau of Mines found methane gas while drilling there, Tucker and Peterson were convinced that commercial quantities of natural gas were just waiting to be uncovered. (Photo courtesy of Ina Peterson) Page 50.
19. Robert B. Atwood, publisher of the Anchorage Daily Times, actively promoted oil exploration in his newspaper and predicted that they would change the economic face of Alaska. Atwood made a point of trying to interview every oil company geologist and landman who came to town. (Photo courtesy of Elaine Atwood).
20. Locke Jacobs, the enterprising shoe clerk who filed applications, made maps and copied records on oil leases for a group of prominent Anchorage leaseholders, chats with oil reporter Jack Roderick in Anchorage in 1955. The group included Anchorage Times publisher Robert Atwood, and his brother-in-law, banker Elmer Rasmuson. Roderick had started an oil scouting service, reporting on all activities in the Alaska oilfields. (Photo courtesy of Jack Roderick) Page 64.
21. Richfield's discovery at Swanson river was reported in the July 23, 1957 edition of the Anchorage Daily Times, setting off an oil leasing frenzy. Oil leasing expert Locke Jacobs commandeered the last 5,000 lease applications in town before they got to the land office, then told land office manager Virgil Seiser he would produce them Anchorage Daily Times/Anchorage Daily News) Page 80.
22. Richfield geologists Gil Mull, and Gar Pessel, were in on some of the exciting North Slope explorations of the early 1960s that led the way to the Prudhoe Bay discovery. Pessel wrote a memo passed to Richfield executives extolling the oil potential between the Toolik and Kavik rivers. He said "If one cannot get an oil field out of these conditions, I give up." (Photos courtesy of Gil Mull and Gar Pessel) Page 136. Note: no label.
23. Geologist and legislator Irene Ryan, talking with Charlie Smith of Union Oil at a Kenai gas well in 1959, was one of the few Alaskans in the 1950s who was knowledgeable about oil. Ryan advised wildcatter George Tucker to file for leases on 86,000 acre of federal oil and gas lands surrounding coal claims in the Houston area north of Anchorage. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon).
24. Phil Holdsworth, center, is sworn in as Alaska's commissioner of natural resources in 1959, by Lt. Gov. Hugh Wade, left, as Gov. Bill Egan watches. Holdsworth, with a background in hard rock mining, knew little about the value of the resource he was about to sell or how to offer it for sale. He hired an attorney from the law firm representing Chevron to write the state's first oil and gas leasing regulations and lease forms. (Photo courtesy of Alaska State Library) Page 105.
25. Gov. Bill Egan, known as a hard worker, kept the light on for all Alaskans at Juneau. A campaign brochure for his 1966 reelection bid showed the lights burning late at night in his third-floor Capitol Building office. (Photo courtesy of Neva Egan) Page 93.
26. Gov. Bill Egan and his wife, Neva, pose at the 1960 dedication of an oil pipeline from Swanson River to Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula. Neva Egan said her husband knew Alaska would some day become a big oil state. He later recalled two geologists telling the Territorial legislature in 1941 how there were domes on the North Slope, even on the surface, like in the Middle East. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon) Page 91.
27. Union Oil's Monopod, photographed in 1966, still operates at Trading Bay. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 145.
27a. An offshore Cook Inlet platform at work. While Richfield and BP and other operators began exploring the North Slope, numerous Cook Inlet drilling projects got under way. Most of upper half of Cook Inlet was bid on by major oil companies, who paid the state almost $16 million for leases in July 1962. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon) Page 145.
28. Richfield geologists camp on the North Slope in the summer of 1963. At the time, Gov. Bill Egan had not yet decided on selecting land for the new state, so the entire North Slope was still owned by the federal government. Geologist Harry Jamison, later president of Arco Alaska lobbied successfully for an extensive geophysical reconnaissance program on the North Slope. (Photo courtesy of Gil Mull) Page 137. Note: no label.
29. Officials of the Atlantic Refining Co. meeting in 1965 before the company merged with Richfield oil Corp. From left, John Sweet, board chairman Robert O. Anderson, Roland Champion, Dow Hamm, vice president of exploration, and Billy Jack Lancaster. Page 197.
30. Executives of the newly formed Atlantic Richfield Company pose during a visit to the North Slope in the fall of 1966. From left, Louis Davis, John Sweet, pilot; "Mo" Benson; Thornton Bradshaw, Harry Jamison. In its merger with Richfield, Atlantic Refining stepped into a top spot in North Slope oil exploration. ARCO named Jamison, a Richfield geologist, as its first Alaska district manager. (Photo courtesy of Harry Jamison) Page 194.
31. The Good Friday earthquake of March 27, 1964 prompted Gov. Bill Egan to alter his slow, cautious approach to leasing the state's North Slope lands to oil companies. Funds were needed to help solve economic problems created by the earthquake. Egan saw North Slope leases as a partial answer to the state's financial dilemma. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon) Page 169. Note: no label.
32. Colorado oilman John J. King, one of the most colorful independents on the Alaska scene in the 1960s, asked Gov. Bill Egan to select state land on the North Slope because King didn't like dealing with the federal government. King regaled visitors with tales of the giant oil field to be found someday on the North Slope, hopefully on his leases. (Photo courtesy of Connie Cowett and John J. King Jr.) Page 165.
33. Walter J. Hickel, right, takes over as governor of Alaska from Bill Egan in November 1966. Two years later President Richard Nixon selected Hickel as his Interior Secretary. Hickel appointed Ted Stevens, a former U.S. prosecutor, to fill the U.S. Senate vacancy left by the death of longtime Alaska Senator E. L. 'Bob" Bartlett (Photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily Times/Anchorage Daily News) Page 254. Note: no label.
34. ARCO executive Harry Jamison said the Prudhoe Bay discovery created a " goldfish bowl atmosphere" as plane loads of oil people, politicians, United Nations representatives and reporters rushed to the site. Meanwhile, ARCO chairman Robert 0. Anderson wanted tight security, so his company could avoid accusations of manipulating its stock by means of leaked information. (Photo courtesy of Gil Mull) Page 222.
35. Alaska Gov. Walter J. Hickel, right, visits the first oil well at Prudhoe Bay in the spring of 1967. Hickel and state lands director Roscoe Bell, left, talk with Arco's Bill Congdon, second from left, and Bill Langdon at the Prudhoe Bay State No. I well. When Hickel took office in 1966, he immediately began speaking and acting like an oil industry partner. The state climate toward oil leasing had changed overnight from caution to action. (Photo courtesy of Harry Jamison) Page 212.
36. The first Prudhoe oil discovery! Natural gas burns as it erupts from ARCO's Prudhoe Bay Site No. 1 oil well on Dec. 27, 1967. Arco geologists knew they had something spectacular on their hands, but had to wait for a second confirmation well to be sure. (Photo courtesy of Gil Mull) Page 218.
37. Page one articles in the Anchorage Daily Times herald the ARCO discovery on the North Slope in 1968. (Photo courtesy of Gil Mull) Page 221.
38. North Slope efforts by British Petroleum brought some major accolades. In 1970, Britain awarded its McRobert Engineering Prize to employees who played a role in the Prudhoe Bay discovery, including, clockwise from bottom, Alwyn Thomas, Peter Kent, and Harry Warman. Geoff Larminie, bottom right, received the Order of the British Empire from Queen Elizabeth 11. (Photo courtesy of British Petroleum) Pages 203, 283.
39. Tom Kelly, as state resources manager in the late 1960s, found himself in conflicts with fishermen, independent leaseholders, and the major oil companies. A former wildcatter and small business manager, Kelly moved quickly to call for nominations from oil companies for offshore lands in Bristol Bay that the state should offer for lease. Fishermen, led by Independent state representative Jay Hammond, of Naknek, protested vehemently. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 231.
40. The September 10, 1969 sale in Anchorage of North Slope oil leases brought in more than $900 million. At the head table for the historic sale were Gov. Keith Miller, with microphone, and resources commissioner Tom Kelly. The Hunt/Amerada/Getty consortium plunked down more than $240 million for five tracts. (Photo courtesy of Anchorage Museum of History and Art) Page 278.
40a. In June 1968, Arco's Sag River No. 1 well confirmed the earlier spectacular find at the Prudhoe Bay Site No. I well. Arco confirmed that the Sag River well could produce 3,567 barrels of oil a day. Continuous cores of a full section of about 400 feet of sand (from the same formation in which mostly gas had been found at Prudhoe Bay Nov. 1) were saturated with oil in Sag River No. 1. It was a remarkable confirmation of the richness of the first find. (Photo courtesy of Gil Mull) Page 219.
41. Members of the Arctic Slope Native Association picket the state's Prudhoe Bay oil lease sale Sept. 10, 1969 in Anchorage. Spokesman Charlie "Etok" Edwardsen Jr. proposed that the sale of leases require imposition of a constructive trust of all receipts on behalf of "the real and true owners of the land." But the Alaska Federation of Natives failed to back the protest. (Photo courtesy of Ward Wells/ Anchorage Museum of History and Art.) Page 277.
42. Exxon's icebreaking tanker, the SS Manhattan, arrived in the Beaufort Sea in September 1969. The Manhattan made a grueling trip up through the Northwest Passage to determine if oil could be transported safely over that route to the East Coast of the United States. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 263.
43. Engineer Edward Patton, who had been in charge of building Exxon's huge Benicia, California, oil refinery, was hired as president of the Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., to oversee what was billed as "the largest private construction project in U.S. history." His unequivocal statement that no pipeline could be built until Native land claims were settled helped push business leaders and the oil industry into uneasy support for the claims. (Photo courtesy of Harry Jamison) Page 286.
44. Lengths of pipe for the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline are stacked high on a barge. Oil companies bought nearly $100 million worth of the 48-inch-diameter pipe from three Japanese companies in 1969. The cost of building the pipeline was estimated at $900 million, but the oil companies claim it ultimately cost almost $10 billion. (Photo courtesy of Joe Rychetnik) Page 289.
45. Interior Secretary Walter J. Hickel, far left, meets with Alaska Native leaders in Washington. Hickel urged President Nixon to support Native claims for land and a cash settlement. Hickel told the Natives he would support their claims against the federal government if they would not stand in the way of oil-lease sales on the North Slope. (Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Library) Page 319.
46. Joseph Upicksoun of Barrow marked the signing of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act with a speech warning that unless a "sense of order" is imposed on the oil "invasion," "subsistence living will be destroyed, and the discontent of our people will be worse." Upicksoun called for creation of a North Slope borough government with authority to tax oil. (Photo courtesy of Margie Bauman) Page 326.
47. As state commissioner of natural resources in 1972, Chuck Herbert was an opponent of Gov. Bill Egan's controversial plan for state ownership of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline. (Photo courtesy of Chuck Herbert) Page 336.
48. Eben Hopson was elected in June 1972 as the first chairman of the newly formed North Slope Borough, which includes the Prudhoe Bay oil fields. Oil's opposition to creating the borough was spearheaded by the Alaska Oil and Gas Association, which argued that this area of "mostly uninhabited lands ... is neither necessary, proper or desirable for a borough." (Photo courtesy of Tundra Times) Page 329.
49. Democrat Mike Gravel, left, and Republican Ted Stevens both worked in favor of the pipeline authorization act that passed Congress in mid-November 1973, but they disagreed on who deserved credit for the legislation. President Nixon signed the pipeline authorization act on Nov. 16, 1973. Page 381.
50. Attorney General John Havelock worked out a deal with oil companies in mid-1973 to resolve lawsuits that challenged state laws and threatened more delays in building the oil pipeline. Havelock and Gov. Bill Egan then had to sell the Legislature on the agreement. (Photo courtesy of John Havelock) Page 317.
51. State Senator John Rader, right, chose to side with Chancy Croft, left, at the Legislature's 1973 oil session. Egan had negotiated an oil package designed to undo Croft's own right-of-way leasing law. Most legislators were surprised to learn that the oil legislation they worked to pass in the 1972 session had been turned on its head. (Photo courtesy of Toni Croft) Page 368.
52. Republican State Senator Cliff Groh worked to break a logjam in the House/Senate conference committee on Gov. Bill Egan's legislative package at the 1973 oil session. Groh's faction finally prevailed and the package was approved. But Egan's push for the oil legislation crippled his reelection effort in 1974. (Photo courtesy of Lucy Groh) Page 371.
53. The last portion of pipe installation in 1976 was in the northern section of the trans-Alaska pipeline in the Brooks Range, where the line was installed through Atigun Pass, elevation 4,800 feet. Oil flowed at a speed of 7.35 miles an hour through the pipeline all the way to Valdez on the shores of Prince William Sound. (Photo courtesy of Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.) Page 417.
54. Kay Fanning, publisher of the Anchorage Daily News, inside the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Labor Day, 1976. (Photo courtesy Neal Menshel) Note: two labels (Matted print, 11.5 X 14.5).
55. Trans Alaska Pipeline. (Photo courtesy of Joe Rychetnik) Page 417 (Also matted exhibit print, 11.5 X 13.5 inch).
56. The trans-Alaska pipeline crosses three mountain ranges on its 800-mile route from the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Alaska. The first oil through the pipeline reached the terminal at Valdez at 11:02 p.m. on July 28, 1977. Several days later, this first oil was loaded into the ARCO Juneau, bound for the refinery at Cherry Point, Washington. Page 417.
57. In the mid-1960s, Sinclair Oil made an immense miscalculation in deciding to withdraw from North Slope exploration, despite pleas from Sinclair executives Zed Grissom, left, and Loren Ware. Grissom blamed the decision on " gutless management at the top." (Photo courtesy of Pat Ware Barber) Page 185.
58. Executives of the newly formed Atlantic Richfield Company pose during a visit to the North Slope in the fall of 1966. From left, Louis Davis, John Sweet, pilot; " Mo" Benson; Thornton Bradshaw, Harry Jamison. In its merger with Richfield, Atlantic Refining stepped into a top spot in North Slope oil exploration. ARCO named Jamison, a Richfield geologist, as its first Alaska district manager. (Photo courtesy of Harry Jamison) Page 194. Note: no label.
59. Oil prospector Earl Grammer, left, with San Francisco lease broker Leroy Hines, at Homer on June 15, 1957, three weeks before the Swanson River oil discovery. Grammer arrived in Anchorage in 1918 and was convinced there was oil all over Alaska. He began his solitary exploration of the wet and windy Kanatak area of the Alaska Peninsula in 1920, in search of geological formations indicating commercial quantities of oil. (Photo courtesy of Jack Roderick) Page 20. Note: no label.
60. A drilling crew at work at a North Slope site in 1969. The wells, set about 100 feet apart on the tundra, would first have to be bored vertically through 2,000 feet of permafrost. Once through the permafrost, the bore hole would be drilled directionally 7,000 to 9,000 feet to the oil reservoir. (Photo courtesy of Joe Rychetnik) Page 298.
61. IBA No. 1 well in 1938, Iniskin Peninsula (Photo courtesy of Stuart Havenstrite) Similar to photo on page 34 (matted print, 11.5 X 13.5 inch). Note: no label.
62. Richfield's discovery at Swanson River, reported in the July 23, 1957 edition of the Anchorage Daily Times, set off an oil-leasing frenzy (Photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily Times/Anchorage Daily News) Page 78 (Matted print, 13.5 X 14.25).
63. Pan Am's (AMOCO) North Cook Inlet blowout in 1962. The state ordered the torching of theoil to minimize potential harm to sea life (Photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily Times/Anchorage Daily News) Page 143 (Matted print, 12.25 X 15.5 inch). Note: no label.
64. Exxon's tanker SS Manhattan on a voyage to test an oil transport route through the Northwest Passage, 1969, to test whether a passage through the Canadian Arctic to U.S. Arctic Ocean was economically feasible. This route would have given Exxon more Control, as Exxon dominated on the East Coast. The Alaska route gave greater control to ARCO, BP Exploration via West Coast delivery route (Photo courtesy of Joe Rychetnik). Note: no label.
65. Cook Inlet power plant, gas field, and oil field map (Matted print, 13.5 X 14.5 inch). Note: no label.

Subseries 11b. Exhibit Labels without Exhibit Prints (By book page number); 1997 (Located in Box 32).
1.
Anchorage barber Jack Walker, who got tips from his clients and examined land office records on a daily basis to spot lease sales. "Every time they filed, I filed," Walker said. "And I had to file fast because others were ready to do the same." Anchorage barber Jack Walker was routinely checking oil lease filings at the Anchorage land office in the spring of 1953 when he noticed three lease applications from Mobil Oil for land on the Kenai peninsula were being returned for lack of sufficient postage. Walker quickly filed three lease applications for the same land, who sold his lease rights to Mobil for $100,000 cash. (photo by Edna Mae Walker) Page 52.
2. Locke Jacobs came out of Oklahoma, where his father was a ditch-digger during the Great Depression. He arrived in Anchorage in the 1950s, worked for a contractor and then as a shoe clerk in the Army-Navy Surplus store. In his off hours, Jacobs became an expert at the oil leasing game by studying maps and reports from the U.S. Geological Survey.
3. Geologist Geoff Larminie, Alaska manager for British Petroleum, said there was a very significant degree of support for BP people in Alaska "because Alaskans were basically saying to the federal government, 'You have neglected Alaska for so bloody long and here comes a foreign operation, they move in, they are operating in a big way, nuts to you'." (Photo courtesy of British Petroleum) Page 125.
4. As state lands director for the first Egan administration, Roscoe Bell wanted the state to select federal land on the North Slope for state ownership and then lease it to the major oil companies. In the spring of 1961, representatives of BP, Sinclair, Shell, Richfield and Exxon were urging the same thing. Bell's hardest sell was Gov. Bill Egan, who was concerned he might be giving away more once-in-a-lifetime assets by offering oil and gas leases. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 154.
5. Ed "Pappy" Devine, kneeling by a "mud volcano" near Glennallen, raised money from Copper River Valley residents to lease more than one-half million acres in Alaska. Hundreds of Alaskans chanced bidding on leases, in hopes that the right to work them would bring handsome profits from oil companies. (photo courtesy of Jack Roderick) Page 177.
6. Hugo Anderson, right, who financed Los Angeles wildcatter Russ Havenstrite's oil explorations in Alaska, dedicated the S.S. ARCO Anchorage Tanker in 1973 in Baltimore. Joining him for the celebration were Anchorage Borough mayor Jack Roderick and his wife, Martha Roderick. Anderson was the father of Atlantic Refining board chairman Robert O. Anderson. (photo courtesy of Jack and Martha Roderick and Hugo Anderson) Page 195.
7. Texas entrepreneur Frank Cahoon, standing, right, headed an outfit that made a deal with Alaska in 1969 to build a refinery at Nikiski and buy the state's royalty oil. Seated are Tom Kelly, left, and Commissioner of Administration Thomas Downes, right, signing the agreements, while attorney Risher Thornton, left, and Attorney General G. Kent Edwards, center, took on. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 241.
8. Thomas Marshall, state petroleum geologist and land selection officer, recommended selection by the state of land on the North Slope. Resources Commissioner Tom Kelly, in preparation for the September 1969 lease sale, sent Marshall to major oil companies' local exploration offices to collect geological information on North Slope sites. Marshall returned with well data, but without any detailed analysis of Prudhoe Bay's geologic structure. (Anchorage Daily Times photo courtesy of Anchorage Daily News) Page 268.
9. Work on the oil pipeline terminal near Valdez got under way in the fall of 1970, even though government approval for the full pipeline was years away. President Nixon signed the National Environmental Policy Act in January 1970. That legislation, along with Native land claims, would delay construction of the pipeline. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCutcheon) Page 287.
10. Charlie "Etok" Edwardsen Jr. asked the U.S. Senate in testimony in 1971.
11. ARCO built housing at Prudhoe Bay for its workers, but imposed restrictions. Signs on the premises of the "ARCO Hilton" admonished residents: "No alcohol, No guns, and No women." The three-winged central building housed 210 men and could be expanded to accommodate up to 630. (Photo courtesy of Joe Rychetnik) Page 300.
12. Bill Egan won re-election as governor of Alaska in 1970. He was quoted by the media as saying that leasing of all the state's previously unleased acres at Prudhoe Bay the previous September "was one of the blackest days in Alaska's history." Egan was eager to control the oil companies and increase state oil revenues. (Photo courtesy of Neva Egan) Page 309.
13. One of the first to recognize the need for united action by Alaska Natives was Emil Notti, then head of the Cook Inlet Native Association. Notti wrote an editorial for the Tundra Times in early 1966 urging all Alaska Natives to organize. (Photo courtesy of John Havelock) Page 317.
14. State Senator Chancy Croft wanted the state to impose right-of- way leasing fees on users of the oil pipeline. In the final analysis, the right-of-way fee would regulate the effects of pipeline tariffs and, most importantly, control the state's revenue from oil. The plan promoted by Croft clashed with Gov. Bill Egan's campaign for state ownership of the pipeline. (photo courtesy of John Rader) Page 349.
15. Attorney General John Havelock worked out a deal with oil companies in mid-1973 to resolve lawsuits that challenged state laws and threatened more delays in building the oil pipeline. Havelock and Gov. Bill Egan then had to sell the Legislature on the agreement.
16. As state Senate President in 1972, Jay Hammond voted against Gov. Bill Egan's pipeline ownership bill, but for Sen. Chancy Croft's right-of-way leasing bill, which he felt was one way to limit high pipeline tariffs. He also accused Egan of pushing a 20-mill property tax " so the state could pick the pockets of the North Slope Borough." In 1974, Hammond beat Egan in the gubernatorial race. Page 387.

Subseries 11c. Additional Exhibit Materials; 1997.

Note: Balloon quotes from the book are 10 X 16 inches in size and mounted on fome core (Located in Box 33).

1. Balloon quote: "If Alaska's oil had been allowed to develop more slowly - say, with a series of Swanson River-size oil fields in many of Alaska's geologic basins - " little guys" in the image of Earl Grammer and Locke Jacobs might still be here. They played an important early role in one of this century's great oil dramas," - Jack Roderick.
2. Balloon quote: As the 1960s ended, consultants Walter J. Levy and Milton Lipton were called on to lecture the Alaska Legislature on how the international oil business works. "You are now entering the big time," Levy told legislators, " so move slowly and cautiously."
3. Balloon quote: Commerce Commissioner Willie Hensley, then a college student, recalled " There was no organized Native movement at the time. Most of us were still in school or fiddling around trying to survive. The idea of being remotely involved in business or commerce, let alone oil, was the furthest from our minds."
4. Balloon quote: "Oil thinks that we have to live with them," said Arctic Slope Inupiat Eskimo spokesman Joseph Upicsoun. "They are wrong. Oil has to live with us. ... Without a sense of order up there, subsistence living will be destroyed, and discontent of our people will be worse."
5. balloon quote: Delegates to a Future Conference held in Anchorage in late 1969 pondered the effects of the huge North Slope oil discovery on Alaska's small population. Conference opinions ran from fears that Big Oil would bring with it "population, pillage and pollution" to "a feeling, at long last, of belonging to the United States."
6. Balloon quote: In May 1968, drilling began at the Sag River No. 1 well at a spot seven miles southeast of the first well at Prudhoe Bay. Despite tight security it was sometimes hard to hide from roughnecks on the rig what was being found. ARCO geologist Gil Mull said at times when the core head was unscrewed from the drill string out came a pile of disaggregated sand, gravel, and oil that ran through the rig floor and into the rig cellar.
7. Balloon quote: Jim Wanvig, an attorney with a law firm representing Chevron, told Natural Resources Commissioner Phil Holdsworth "In order to attract the oil industry and stimulate drilling and generate large bids for competitive leases, it was important to draft a lease form that the oil industry could understand and find reasonable."
8. Balloon quote: "The history of this (Katalla) region has been filled with countless blasted hopes and bitter disappointments," said Chevron geologist G. Dallas Hanna. " Millions of dollars have been spent fruitlessly on projects which doubtlessly seemed commercially feasible at the time, but which were destined to fail for one reason or another. Probably no other equal area in Alaska has had so sad a fate."
9. Detail Maps of Katalla, Iniskin, and Kanatak oil drilling locations, 3 different (11 X 17 inch, Located in Box 33).
10. Crude Dreams cover poster (11 X 17 inch, mounted on fome core, located in Box 33).
11. Crude Dreams exhibit introduction (11 X 17 inch, mounted on fome core, located in Box 33).
12. Exhibit sign for Crude Dreams (9 X 34 inch, opaque acrylic, Oversize).
13. Northern Alaska Activity oil fields and wells map (color, 23 X 36 inch, mounted on fome core, Oversize).
14. Crude Dreams poster for Barnes & Noble book signing; November 7, 1997 (22 X 28 inch, located in Box 37).
15. Photo Portrait of Jack Roderick; n. d. (color, 12 X 15 inch, framed, located in Box 35).
16. Anchorage Daily News front page headline: "Statehood"; June 30, 1958 (color print, 15 X 20 inch, Located in Box 34)..
17. Framing, glass, and hardware from select exhibit prints (Framing and glass for 13 pictures, located in Box 36; hardware located in Box 35).

PUBLICATIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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Series 12. Alaska Oil and Gas Related Publications (Arranged Chronologically); 1959, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1985,1987, 1989, 1998.
1.
Alaska Petroleum Directory, 1959-60 Winter Edition; Publishers: Charles W. Barnes and John R. Roderick; Editor: Bob Kederick; Published by Petroleum Publications, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; Dec. 1959 (xerographic copy).
2. Alaska Petroleum Directory, 1961 Winter Edition; Publishers: Charles W. Barnes and John R. Roderick; Editor: Thomas H. Atkinson, Jr.; Published by Petroleum Publications, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; Mar. 1961 (xerographic copy).
3. Alaska Petroleum Directory, 1962-63 Winter Edition; Publishers: Charles W. Barnes and John R. Roderick; Editor: Thomas H. Atkinson, Jr.; Published by Petroleum Publications, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; July 1962. (xerographic copy).
4. Potential for Use of Alaska's Energy Resources; Report to the State of Alaska; By Arthur D. Little, Inc.; Jan. 1962.
5. Alaska Petroleum Directory, 1965 Edition; Publisher: John R. Roderick; Editor: Thomas H. Atkinson, Jr.; Published by Petroleum Publications, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; 1965 (xerographic copy).
6. Economic Considerations for Alaska's Future Oil and Gas Leasing Policy; By W.J. Levy Consultants Corp., New York, N.Y.; Feb. 1970.
7. Economic Considerations Bearing on Valuation of Alaskan Crude Oil and State Policy on Pipelines; W.J. Levy Consultants Corp., New York, N.Y.; Dec. 1970.
8. Alaskan Environmental Issues and Attitudes, Report No. 1; Editors: Mike Bradner, Fairbanks, Alaska; The Alaska Series: Special Reports for Management; Published by the Alaska Information Service, Anchorage, Alaska; Jan. 1972.
9. "Development of Alaska's Petroleum Resource"; By Thomas A. Morehouse; Man in the Arctic Program, Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research, University of Alaska; Review draft of Chapter IV of Map Book Issues in Alaska's Development; July 25, 1975.
10. Federal Policies Affecting the Wellhead Value of Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil, A Report to the Special Subcommittee on Oil and Gas Taxation, Alaska State Legislature; Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska; Mar. 28, 1977.
11. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline; By George Geistauts and Vern Hauk; Cooperative Education Training of Managers for Development Projects Case History; Published by the Center for Technical Interchange between East and West, Inc.; Aug.1979.
12. Promotion and Development of the Petrochemical Industry in Alaska; Prepared by Hirch, Horton, Bittner and Monroe, subcontractors, for Bonner & Moore Associates, Inc.; Prepared for the State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Royalty Oil and Gas Development Board; Nov. 1, 1979.
13. The Export of Alaska Crude Oil: An Analysis of the Economic and National Security Benefits; By Beth deHamel, James R. Ferry, William W. Hogan, and Joseph S. Nye, Jr.; Prepared for the Alaska Lumber & Pulp Co., Inc., Sitka, Alaska; Prepared by Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts; May 1983.
14. The Alaska Oil Export Ban: Special interest legislation that hurts Alaska; A briefing paper by the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee, Juneau, Alaska; May 1983.
15. Alaska's Energy Resources; By Gene Rutledge; Published by Wolfe Business Services, Anchorage, Alaska; 1985.
16. Prudhoe Bay ... Discovery!; By Gene Rutledge; Published by Wolfe Business Services, Anchorage, Alaska; 1987.
17. Oil Industry Profitability in Alaska, 1969 through 1987; Prepared for the Department of Revenue, State of Alaska; Prepared by Edward B. Deakin, Distinguished Enterprise Professor and Director, Institute of Petroleum Accounting, University of North Texas; Mar. 15, 1989.
18. Prudhoe Bay ... Discovery to Recovery!; By Gene Rutledge; Published by Wolfe Business Services, Anchorage, Alaska; 1998.

Series 13. Alaska Natural Gas Related Publication; 1975, 1977, 1982, 1983.
1.
Analysis of the Proposed LNG Transportation System for Northern Alaskan Natural Gas; Prepared by Purvin & Gertz, Inc.; Apr. 1975.
2. Alaskan North Slope Royalty Natural Gas: An Analysis of Needs and Opportunities for In-State Use (Final Report); Prepared for the Division of Energy and Power Development, Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development; Prepared by W.H. Swift, M. Clement, P.L. Peterson, W.I. Enderlin, and G.L. Schiefelbein, Battelle-Northwest, Richland, Washington; Sep. 1977.
3. The Demand for Alaskan Natural Gas; A Report to the Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company; Prepared by Jensen Associates, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts; Dec. 1981 (xerographic copy).
4. Evaluation of Alternatives for Transportation and Utilization of Alaskan North Slope Gas: Phase I Report; Prepared for the State of Alaska Task Force on Alternative Uses of North Slope Natural Gas; Prepared by Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc., Bethesda, Maryland; Nov. 1982 (xerographic copy).
5. National Energy Board: Reasons for Decisions in the Matter of Phase II – The Licence Phase, and Phase III - The Surplus Phase of the Gas Export Omnibus Hearing, 1982, and in the Matter of Applications Under Part VI of the National Energy Board Act of Alberta and Southern Gas Co. Ltd., Canadian-Montana Pipe Line Company, Carter Energy Limited, Columbia Gas Development of Canada Ltd., Consolidated Natural Gas Limited, Dome Petroleum Limited, Kanngaz Producers Ltd., Niagara Gas Transmission Limited, Ocelot Industries Ltd., Pan-Alberta Gas Ltd., Progas Limited, Rim Gas Ltd., Sulpetro Limited, Transcanada Pipelines Limited, Transcontinental Gase Pipe Line Corporation, Union Limited, and Westcoast Transmission Company Limited; Canadian Government Publication; Jan. 1983 (xerographic copy).
6. Trans Alaska Gas System: Economics of an Alternative for North Slope Natural Gas; Report by the Governor's Committee on North Slope Natural Gas, Anchorage, Alaska; Jan. 1983.
7. Evaluation of Alternatives for Transportation and Utilization of Alaskan North Slope Natural Gas: Summary Report; Prepared by Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc., Bethesda, Maryland; Apr. 1983.
8. Issues Facing the Future Use of Alaskan North Slope Natural Gas; Report to the Honorable Ted Stevens, United States Senate; By the Comptroller General of the United States; United State General Accounting Office May 12, 1983.
9. Use of North Slope Gas for Heat and Electricity in the Railbelt, Final Report, Feasibility Level Assessment; Prepared for the Alaska Power Authority; Prepared by EBASCO Services Incorporated; Sep. 1983 (1 of 2).
10. Use of North Slope Gas for Heat and Electricity in the Railbelt, Final Report, Feasibility Level Assessment; Prepared for the Alaska Power Authority; Prepared by EBASCO Services Incorporated; Sep. 1983 (2 of 2).

Series 14. Oil and Gas Related Periodicals; 1964, 1968, 1972, 1977, 1983-1986, 1988.
1.
Alaska Monthly Review of Business and Economic Conditions; University of Alaska, Institute of Business, Economic and Government Research; Aug. 1964 (1 issue).
2. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions; University of Alaska, Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research; Feb. 1968, Apr. 1972 (2 issues).
3. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions; University of Alaska, Institute of Social and Economic Research; Mar. 1977 (1 issue).
4. Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions; University of Alaska, Institute of Social and Economic Research; Apr., Aug. 1983 (2 issues).
5. Alaska Report; Petroleum Information Corporation; Jan. 22, 1986, Feb. 17, 1988 (Special Report sections of 2 issues).
6. ARTA Energy Insights: Natural Gas Insights; ARTA Inc., Seattle, Washington; Summer, Sep., Oct. Dec. 1983, Jan., Apr., June, Sep., Nov. 1984, Feb. 1985 (10 issues).
7. ARTA Energy Insights: Pacific Oil Insights; ARTA Inc., Seattle, Washington; Summer, Fall, Dec. 1983, Jan., Dec. 1984, May 1985 (6 issues plus 1 supplement).
-Alaska's Petroleum-Based Economy; By Arlon R. Tussing; From Alaska Resources Development: Issues of the 1980s, Thomas A. Morehouse, editor, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska; ca. 1984.

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Series 15. Miscellaneous Materials; n.d., 1904, 1927, 1989-1998.
1.
Oil Royalty Certificates, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; n.d., 1927 (3 different, 9.5 X 14.5 inch).
1. Portage Bay Exploration Company, Series A; n.d.
2. Cold Bay Exploration Company, Series B; Jan. 1927.
3. Ugashik Lakes Exploration Company, Series B; n.d.
2. Plat of the Claim of Alaska Development Co., Known as the Redwood Nos. 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 Oil Claims in the Kayak Mining District of Alaska; 1904 (copy of plat map mounted on board, 12.5 X 18 inch).
3. Plat of the Claim of Alaska Development Co., Known as the Claims Nos. 1 and 3 and Redwood Nos. 12, 11, 10 and 9 Oil Claims in the Kayak Mining District of Alaska; 1904 (copy of plat map mounted on board, 12.5 X 17.5 inch).
4. Alaska Permanent Fund and State Resource Development Timeline (Creator and publisher unknown); ca. 1992 (Color, 5 different 11.25 X 24 inch sheets).

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5. Newspaper sections and clippings on the Exxon Valdez oil spill and other oil related subjects; n.d., 1989-1998.

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6. Duplicate drafts of the book, Crude Dreams; 1990, 1996 (Series 5c, Folders 12, 39, 40, 47, 48).