THOMAS SAMPSON. World War II Photograph Album; 1942-1945. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0509. U.S. Naval Reserve sailor in the 41st Construction Battallion who served in Alaska.
Oscar Samuelson papers; circa 1920-1940. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-1085. Financial papers of the owner of several trading posts in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region.
T. Saplak Alaska Highway construction photographs; 1942-1943. 0.20 cubic feet. hmc-0540. Photographs of the area between Dawson Creek and the Sikanni Chief River in British Columbia during the construction of the Alaska Highway.
Jack Scavenius papers; 1920-1976. 1.1 cubic feet. hmc-0491. Papers of a pilot and diplomat in Anchorage.
OTTO SCHAEFER (b. 1919). Letters; 1982, 1983. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0402.
OTTO SCHALLERER (Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Photographs; 1929. .4 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-1013-AHS.
HARRY C. SCHILLER. World War II Papers; 1941-1945. .25 cubic feet. List. hmc-0597. Member of 7th Infantry Division Band that played for soldiers in the Aleutians.
ARLENE SCHMULAND. Photographs; 2003-2004. .25 cubic feet. hmc-0724. Photographs of Consortium Library addition construction.
R. T. SCHULTZ (d. 1993). Papers; 1943, 1970, 1979-1981. .25 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0218. Alaskan bush pilot.
Elaine A. Schwinge journals; 1946-1950, 1996. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0484. Journals of a field physician for the Alaska Territorial Department of Health.
Scoth Cap Light logbook pages; 1946 March 27-31. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-1133-ahs. Final logbook pages from the Scotch Cap Light radio direction finder station, located on Unimak Island, Alaska.
Fred and Lidia Selkregg papers; circa 1950-2000. 15.0 cubic feet. hmc-0631. Papers of two Anchorage residents involved in civic affairs.
SEWARD (ALASKA) CHURCH OF CHRIST MEMBER FAMILY. Photograph Album; ca. 1945-1947. .3 cubic feet. hmc-0632.
Seward (Alaska) residents list; circa 1940-1949. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1145. A listing of residents in the Seward area and surrounding communities.
Seward Undertaking Company funeral registers; 1936-1948. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-1121. Records of a funeral home in Seward, Alaska.
THOMAS SEXTON (b. 1940). Photographs and Negatives; ca. 1900-1929. .5 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0219.
ELEANOR SEYFER (1923-2000). Dr. Robert R. Starr Alaska Medical Mission Scrapbook; 1955-1956. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0896. Scrapbook kept by Denver Presbyterian Church circle leader concerning a medical missionary family in Klawock.
POLLY PETTY SHARP. Papers; 1944-1945, 1966. .1 cubic feet. List. hmc-0441. USO worker in Anchorage during World War II.
ETHEL M. SHAW. Tourist Scrapbook; 1937. .5 cubic feet. hmc-0514. Tourist of Western U.S., Alaska, and Canada.
Jerome Sheldon papers; 1922-1995. 2.8 cubic feet. hmc-0220. Alaskan journalist and historian.
Thomas Shemwell slides; 1953. 0.02 cubic feet. HMC-1065-AHS. Images of Elmendorf Air Force Base and Anchorage.
Harry Sheppard subpoena; 1928 February 28. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0841. A subpoena issued to Harry Sheppard of Flat, Alaska, to appear before the court of the 4th Division of the District of Alaska in Fairbanks in 1928.
Lorena Showers papers; 1939-2000. hmc-0221. 12.0 cubic feet. Papers of HERE union and senior citizen issues activist.
MARIE SILVERMAN (1878-1967) (Ak. Pac. Univ. Col.). Clippings and Photographs; 1906-1966. 1.65 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0778-APU. Anchorage resident since 1915 and long time employee of the Anchorage Times.
Nancy Simmerman photographs; 1959-1999. 16 cubic feet. hmc-1113. Photographs of a professional Alaskan photographer.
TONY SIMOLA. World War II Photograph Album; n.d., 1934, 1942-1943, 1949. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0525.
SIMPSON FAMILY. Tourist Photograph Album; 1994. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0563. Album of family that took week-long cruise of Southeast Alaska.
Ward T. Sims papers; 1964. 1 cubic foot. hmc-0222. Associated Press wires regarding the Alaska earthquake of 1964.
EVAN LESTER SITTER (1898-1986). Motion Picture Film; 1948. 1 videocassette. hmc-0224.
Sleeper family papers and photographs; circa 1922-1984. 3.5 cubic feet. hmc-1092. Papers and photographs of the family of an employee of theU.S. Public Health Service's Alaska Insect Control Project in Anchorage.
J. F. SLOBODA. Post Card Album; 1914. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0982. U. S. Engineer at Eagle, Alaska.\
Smith and Boorman family papers; 1898-1902. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-1160. Professional photographs from the Klondike gold rush.
Edmund G. Smith diary; 1942-1943. 0.1 cubic feet. hmc-0573. Soldier stationed at Fort Greely in Kodiak.
Hugh Enyeart Smith letters; 1942-1946. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0633. Letters from a serviceman stationed in Alaska.
CAPTAIN JOHN T. SMITH (Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Papers; n.d., 1907. .1 cubic feet. hmc-1014-AHS.
Lynn Smith papers; 1926-1933. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0226. Memoirs and letters of a gold prospector who worked in Fairbanks and other locales.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM P. SMITH. Tourist Photograph Album; 1891. .2 cubic feet. List. hmc-0518.Tourist who cruised Southeast Alaska in 1891.
SOCIAL TRANSITIONS IN THE NORTH. Project Administrative Records; 1989-2004. 9 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0692.
SOCIETY FOR TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION. ALASKA CHAPTER. Records; 1981-1991. 2.8 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0415.
Soroptimists of Anchorage records; circa 1940-2004. 9.0 cubic feet. hmc-0818. Records of a civic organization dedicated to helping women succeed.
Sourdough Ski Patrol records; 1974-1997. 2.0 cubic feet. hmc-1080. Records of the Girdwood branch of the National Ski Patrol.
Catherine Stadem papers; 1927-2013. 3.25 cubic feet. hmc-0879. Papers of an Anchorage author and local theatre critic.
GENEVA STARRETT. Tourist Photograph Album and Papers; 1938, 1955-1962. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0711. Maine tourist who visited California and Alaska in 1938.
BRUCE I. STASER FAMILY. Papers; 1937-1983. .65 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0232. Alaskan soldier and civil defense director, and his wife, a distinguished UA alumnae.
HARRY I. STASER FAMILY. Papers; 1891-1977. .9 cubic feet. List. hmc-0233. Primarily copies of photograph albums of an Alaskan miner and deputy marshal.
GORDON R. STERUD. World War II Photograph Album; 1941-1942. .2 cubic feet. List. hmc-0656. Soldier in the 201st Infantry Regiment, who served at Fort Greely in Kodiak.
STEVEN AND LESLIE. Motion Picture Film; 1960. .25 cubic feet. hmc-0341. Home movie footage of tourists who visited Anchorage.
Barnett and Stevens family papers; 1901-1928, 2014, bulk 1901-1928. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-1167-ahs. Correspondence of a missionary who worked at the Jessie Lee Home with Albert Newhall.
HELEN STEVENS (1877-1968). Papers and Photographs; 1897-1951. .7 cubic feet. Photograph List. hmc-0761. Papers, publications and photographs of woman who worked as a reporter for the Alaska Railroad.
THEODORE F. STEVENS. Speech Recording; October 28, 1994. 1 audiocassette. hmc-0464. Audio recording of speech given by the U.S. Senator to the Alaska World Affairs Council.
Ivan and Oro Stewart papers; circa 1961-1998. 9.6 cubic feet. hmc-0990. Personal papers and photographs from Anchorage residents and world travelers.
BERT W. STILPHEN. Letter; ca. 1916. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0706.
DALE A. STIRLING (b. 1965). Papers; 1980-1986. 3 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0235. Historical and literary writings and records of Heritage North, a consulting firm.
Allison Stoars papers; 1937-1963. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0757. 807th Engineer Aviation Battalion soldier who served at Yakutat Landing Field.
Sergeant Stokes photograph album; 1943-1945. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0950. Photographs of a soldier in the Post Signal Staff stationed at Fort Richardson.
HELENE STOLL. Photographs; n.d., 1899, 1900. .1 cubic feet. List. hmc-0452. Photographs primarily relating to Dawson City, Yukon Territory.
Stoll family papers; 1915-1987. 9.25 cubic feet. hmc-0236. Papers and photographs of a family that ran Alaska Pacific Consolidated Mining Company and Independence Mine.
EUGENE W. STOLZ (1923-1999). Papers and Photographs; n.d., 1942-1947, 1953-1954, 1977-1996. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0741.
Madge Stone letter; 1928. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0672. Letter written by a California woman who prospected a gold mine near Seward with her husband during the summer of 1928.
DAVID AND JENNY STRANDBERG FAMILY. Papers; 1897-1970. 3.1 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0357.
HAROLD STRANDBERG (1909-1995). Papers 1923-1985. 8.5 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0237.
STRANDBERG MINES, INC. Records; 1937-1967. 9 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0359.
John Strohmeyer papers; 1946-2007. 5.0 cubic feet. hmc-1073. Papers of John Strohmeyer documenting his work as a journalist and author.
LOUIS C. STROMP (1909-2001). World War II Papers; 1942-1946. .6 cubic feet. List. hmc-0941. William L. Thompsonduring voyages to Alaskan ports.
Walter R. Strong photographs; 1992 June-July. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-1165. Photographs of Dutch Harbor during the 1992 Servicemen Reunion of Dutch Harbor.
JAMES STUHLER. Color Slides; 1982-1986. .35 cubic feet. Folder List. hmc-0431. Color slides of various events and sites in Alaska.
Arliss Sturgulewski papers; 1954-1997. 55.2 cubic feet. hmc-0467. The papers of an Alaskan senator, gubernatorial candidate, and individual involved in many civic activities.
Elaine and Hobert Sullivan slides; circa 1941-1975. 0.8 cubic feet. hmc-0858. Photographic slides primarily documenting Southeast and Southcentral Alaska.
John E. Sunder slides; 1969. 0.025 cubic feet. hmc-1041-AHS. Slides of a trip to British Columbia, Yukon Territory, and Alaska.
Richard N. Sundquist letter; 1923. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0915. Letter from a miner in Candle, Alaska to attorney Fred B. Houghton regarding mining prospects.
Elmer F. Sundsby papers; 1920-1978. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0238. Papers and photographs of a fisherman in Halibut Cove, Alaska.
A. W. SWANITZ. Letters; 1909-1910. .1 cubic feet. List. hmc-0240. Two letters from a railroad and consulting engineer for the Alaska Northern Railroad.
Alfred P Swineford papers; 1884-1920. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1015-AHS. Alaska territorial governor and newspaperman in Southeast Alaska.
ALFRED P. SWINEFORD (1836-1909). Letters; 1886, 1888. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0689. Letters to wife by Alaska territorial governor.
George R. Szanik slides; 1941-1943. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0722. Scenic slides of soldier who served at Fort Richardson.
Last updated: November 14, 2008.