Cover: Passenger List Alaska Excursions, Season 1903. Steamship Spokane, Commander Norman Nicolson. Purser, Richard E. Jones. Steward, William E. Curtis. Stewardess, Mrs. Celia M. Ravens. July 7, 1903.
Front Row - sitting - left to right
1. J. Paul Huff, CSK, Chicago, Illinois
2. Abraham Angel, CSK--Huntington, W Va.
3; John Thomas Scott, CSK, Sitka, Alaska
4. E. E. Tucker, Lt.(jg) SC, San Diego, Calif.
5. R. G. Culbertson,...
1st row - left to right:
McIntyre, W. W., Pendleton, Ore
Jones, C. L., Elloree, S. C.
Rank, C. B., Hutchinson, Kan.
White, J. E., Sedalia, Mo.
Wallace, M. L., Albany, Texas
Brevet, E. F., Spokane, Wash.
Lt. (jg) R. C....
Title from image. Composite of portraits, with name of each individual. Top row (l. to r.): S.O. Wheelock, Frank Forrest, W.W. Casey - Chief, Chas. Price, S. Blum
2nd row (l. to r.): J.B. Denny, J.M. Behrends
3rd row (l. to r.):...
1st row - left to right:
Naticcha. S. J., Cleveland, Ohio
Janousek, R. C., Omaha, Neb.
Madsen, C. E., Karstad, Minn.
Chavez, L. R., Lompac, Calif.
Karselsky, A., Dothan, Ala.
Lt (jg) R. C. Viets, Vincennes, Ind.
2 boxes 3"x5" typed index cards.
The files contain Kinky Bayer's colorfully annotated references to historical and current events in Alaska towns. Some examples of topics are: Aboriginal rights claims, Canadian versus American duties, building...
Two boxes of 3"x 5" typed index cards.
The files contain brief and annotated biographical notes, police blotter style news, obituaries, local news and anecdotes, historical biography of prominent people. Entries often emphasize scandalous,...
Two boxes of 3"x 5" typed index cards containing annotated references to events and issues, both broad and personal in scope. For example: Labor history and strikes, Ferry boats, bakeries in town, drunk driving incidents.
One file drawer of 3"x 5" typed index cards.
The files contain annotated references related, but not limited to Alaska, maritime, and military topics. Examples of topics: Air Bases, Airplanes, Dew line, Explosions at Sea, Sailing Vessels. Other...
Journal kept by Captain Edwin F. Glenn, commanding officer of the 1898 U.S. Army Expedition to Cook Inlet in southcentral Alaska. June 29-Oct. 23, 1898.  pages ; 23 cm. The main task of the expedition was to explore the country north of Cook...
Notes on Kankei Ibun (Voyages around the world)
Made with the assistance of Naoko Hoshino.
Table of contents with summary of each volume
List of illustrations
Vessel Wakamiya-maru leaving Ishimaki, winter of...
The first laws for the Harris Mining District (Juneau) were drawn up by Richard T. Harris on October 4, 1880, shortly after he and Joe Juneau made their initial discovery of gold. This set of laws was superceded by another code which was adopted...