PACIFIC ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS INCORPORATED. Lost River Comprehensive Feasibility Study; 1973. .2 cubic feet. List. hmc-0400.
CHARLES H. PALDA (Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Alaska Highway Construction Photograph Album and Home Movies; n.d., 1942-1944. .25 cubic feet. Photograph List. hmc-1040-AHS. Senior partner of Okes Construction Company, managing contractor for work done on part of the Alaska Highway.
Peter R. and Beulah Marrs Parisi papers; 1938-1995. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-0445. Papers, scrapbooks, and photographs of a USO worker in Anchorage during World War II.
GEORGE A. PARKS (1883-1984). Press Photographs; 1925, 1929-1931. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0892. Governor of Alaska from 1925 to 1933.
Miriam E. Patty World War II scrapbook; 1943-1944. 0.2 cubic feet. HMC-0759.Civilian war worker stationed with the Army Air Corps in Alaska.
FREDERICK PAUL. (b. 1914). Papers; 1966-1986. 9 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0372. Papers relating to various legal cases involving oil, the North Slope Borough, etc.
FRANK PAULS (1914-2001). Papers; 1909-1998. 5.5 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0489. Public health microbiologist and administrator in Alaska.
LARRY PEARSON. Telecommunications Papers; 1974-1995. 7.75 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0479. Journalism and Public Communications Department professor at UAA.
CHRISTIAN T. PEDERSEN (1877-1969). Papers; 1920-1966. 10.5 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0197. Primarily records of his fur trading and fur farming businesses in Alaska and Canada.
THEODORE PEDERSEN (1905-1990). Videocassettes and Papers; 1914-1915, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1989, 1992, 2001. .35 cubic feet. List. hmc-0524. Copies of film and television productions concerning Alaskan seaman and arctic coastal trading father.
Robert Peduzzi photographs; 1958-1960. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1130. Photographs from a U.S. Army serviceman stationed at Elmendorf Air Force base.
LEO PEGLOSKI. World War II Photograph Album; n.d., 1944-1945. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0952. 1416th Army Air Force Base Unit soldeir who served at Nome Air Base.
PEOPLES' VOTE MUST COUNT COMMITTEE. Records; 1981. 1.5 cubic feet. hmc-0198. Public effort to bring about a downtown park in Anchorage.
JOHN A. PERKINS. Photograph Album; 1947-1948. .25 cubic feet. hmc-0953. Young man who visited Nome and Marks Field with his sister in 1947.
LYLE D. AND DALENE T. PERRIGO. Papers; 1957-2005. 1 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0601. Oral history, genealogy, and professional papers of an Alaskan corrosion engineer and his wife.
PETE ______. Soldier's Photograph Album; n.d., 1931-1962. .25 cubic feet. hmc-0867. U. S. Army cook from Battle Creek, Michigan, who served at Fort Richardson in 1948.
Almer J. Peterson papers and photographs; 1935-1937, 1946, 1948. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0413. Primarily photographs from this attorney's time in the Matanuska Colony.
RALPH AND SELMA PETERSON. Photograph Album; 1952-1956. .25 cubic feet. hmc-0587. Family photos of a couple living in Ketchikan.
W. Jack Peterson papers; circa 1970-1996. 7.0 cubic feet. hmc-0462. Professional papers of a UAA sociology professor specializing in gerontology and faculty reprecentative to the NCAA.
Pete's City Gym records; 1981-2011. 1.0 cubic feet and 301 mb electronic material. hmc-1114. Records of a long-time membership-based Anchorage gym.
MICHAEL PHILIP. Papers and Photographs; 1932-1933. 1 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0430. Papers and photographs relating to the production of the movie "Eskimo."
Randy Phillips papers; 1977-2003. 13.4 cubic feet. hmc-0603. Papers of an Alaska legislator.
GEORGE PILZ (1845-1926). Reminiscence; 1922. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0200. Alaskan miner and businessman.
BEN F. PINKS (1845-1926). Trapping and Account Book; n.d., 1936-1937, 1947-1953. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0554. Trap line and farm supply records.
Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo No. 15 records; 1916-1988. 9.6 cubic feet. hmc-0202. Records of the local Anchorage branch of a fraternal organization for pioneers in Alaska.
"MILL" PLUM. World War II Photograph Album; 1942-1944. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0629. Technical sergeant stationed in the Aleutians.
Earl Plumb family papers; 1927-1964. 0.4 cubic feet. Papers documenting Alaskan residents’ life in McKinley Park, Nenana and Anchorage. Earl Plumb worked for the railroad, rivers steamers on the Tanana, and as a radio operator.
Harold and Roxolana Pomeroy papers; 1916-2000. 14.85 cubic feet. hmc-0564. Papers of a husband and wife who homesteaded at Bear Cove on Katchemak Bay.
WALTER POPPE (Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Historical Account; n.d. .1 cubic feet. hmc-1012-AHS. Account of South Dakota family, including trip to the Yukon in 1898.
Donald Arthur Post slides; 1955-1959. .45 cubic feet. hmc-0917. CAA and FAA employee in Alaska.
JOHN POTTER (d. 1984). World War II Papers; 1942-1943, 1945. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0203.Bomber pilot in Alaska.
POTTER SECTION HOUSE. Report and Plans; 1980, 1986. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0204.
ISAAC M. PRESTON (1873-1965). Journal of a Trip to Elliott Creek, Alaska; 1904. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0477.Account of a trip to evaluate mining claims northeast of Chitina.
EDNA AND MARTHA PREUSS. Tourist Photograph Album; 1940. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0746. Women who cruised Southeast Alaska aboard the S.S. Yukon.
ANNE HOBBS PURDY (1901-1987). Papers; 1977. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0414. Miscellaneous correspondence concerning a land allotment and a publication.
NORMA M. PURDY (Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Papers; n.d., 1951-1953, 1958-1959, 1962. .25 cu. ft. hmc-1028-AHS. Correspondence, color slides and memorabilia of nurse stationed at Elmendorf Air Force Base.
George R. Putnam papers; circa 1896-1898. 3.68 gb. hmc-1126. Materials from a man who visited and worked in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and the Pribilof Islands.
Last updated: November 14, 2008.