Businessmen from Anchorage, Alaska seated at banquet, Washington, D.C. From verso: "1946. Washington D.C. Local businessmen chartered a flight to Washington D.C. to petition for an international airport for Anchorage. Sen. Gruening at far end of...
2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Letter from Thomas S. Nowell, President Alaska Union Mining Co. (Juneau, Alaska) to J. M. Davis November 3 1891 regarding the retention of Richard Tighe Harris in charge of the Alaska Union Mining Co. mill and
property on Douglas Island up to July...
Letter from William C. Harris to Richard Tighe Harris, March 16 1893. William is sorry that Richard's wife died and asks him to sell out and bring his boys to the States where they can be educated for one-tenth of the cost.
Man, woman and dog outside a small makeshift tent inside a building. Signs on the tent reads "Matanuska Chief"; "Duke's Home"; "And the Cat came back."
Verso: Duke Harris Tent in northern Saloon, Seward.
Portrait photograph of Thomas Harris. This was taken when he served as a delegate to the Alaska Constitutional Convention, held in Fairbanks at the University of Alaska, November 8, 1955 - February 6, 1956.
Red tinted label for a Tillicum cigar box with a double portrait of Richard Tighe Harris and Joseph Juneau, co-founders of Juneau. On front of image: Old Tillicum (a brand of cigars). Original label size: 4 3/4" x 4 1/2".
Richard Tighe Harris and his family in front of their home on Courthouse Hill in Juneau. The land appears newly cleared; tree stumps are visible beside the house. On front of card: "Alaska U.S.; Partridge Photo, opp. the Post Office, Portland...
Shows tracks of various voyages; much of coastline of Greenland and northeastern Canada blank, with western Canada and Alaska labeled "parts unknown." From: Navigantium atque intinerantium bibliotheca…/by John Harris. Insets of Nova Zemblia and...
The Catholic block above Fifth Street, between Gold and Harris Streets. The buildings from the left are St. Ann's Hospital, staff residence, Church of the Nativity, Chancellery, and the old school building; pre-1919.
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 This set of laws was superceded by another code which was adopted...