Alaska's Digital Archives
Established in 1900, the Alaska Historical Collections (AS 14.56.080) in the Alaska State Library is a major repository for historical manuscripts, photographs, newspapers, maps, books, and other publications, along with significant personal collections.
The Alaska Historical Collections preserves the first copy of any state …
Archives and Special Collections at the UAA/APU Consortium Library collects, preserves, and makes available for research records that document Alaska's past and present
The University of Alaska Fairbanks's Alaska and Polar Regions Collections contain one of the world's largest collections of historic photographs, manuscripts, moving images, rare books, maps, oral histories, and printed materials pertaining to Alaska and the Polar regions. Spanning six centuries, the materials document a wide …
The Anchorage Museum at the Rasmuson Center is a world-class museum which seeks to preserve, exhibit and interpret the art and history of Alaska and the circumpolar North.
The Alaska State Museum was established on June 6, 1900, when an Act of Congress created the Historical Library and Museum for the District of Alaska. The purpose of the Museum was to collect, preserve and exhibit objects from the territory. Although the collection of artifacts and volumes grew rapidly, a permanent place to house and …
Alaska's Digital Archives presents a wealth of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps, documents, physical objects, and other materials from libraries, museums and archives throughout our state.
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Statewide Library Electronic Doorway: Information resources for, about, and by Alaskans