Inside front cover and next page of scrapbook made by Caroline Mina McLain Reader representing her time as a student at the University of Alaska [Fairbanks] ca. 1949-early 1950s. Shown are a felt college pennant, a postcard depicting an aerial view...
Portrait photograph of Peter Reader. 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.
A list of 1950 graduates of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, from the commencement program. Richard Ted Blue; Nickolai Eidem; Ethel Irene Cornue; Dale Malcolm Dahl; Suzanne S Hall; Milton H Lightwood Jr; Charles V Lucier; Mary Ann K S McCall;...
The U of A float in the Fairbanks winter carnival parade on Second Avenue in Fairbanks. On the float are a dog sled, a dog, a football player in uniform, a women in ski outfit, a student in a dunce cap, and other students in fashions of the day...
Object Name: book
Subject: Russian Orthodox Church
Accession Number: 73-27
Description: paper; ink; printed; bound
Descriptive Narrative: TLINGIT OLD & NEW TESTAMENT READER from St. Nicholas Church,...
Title from donor notes. Full donor notes read: "Milton Swan, long the lay leader of the Kivalina congregation, as the first Inuit ordained deacon by the Episcopal church. He was later ordained priest, again a first for the church."
Title taken from caption. Four servicemen perform sentry duty in downtown Anchorage after the 1964 earthquake. Most likely near the corner of 7th Avenue and C Street. The sign on the barricade and the street sign to the right read "No Parking." The...
Killaq sikumi / written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; originally prepared in Iñupiat by Susie Sun ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Rev. / by Angeline Newlin and Ruth Ramoth-Sampson. ...
Kayuqtullu, tulukkallu, suli atlat annugaurut / produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Back row, left to right: Priest Ioann Orlov, Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Innokentii (Pustynskii), Priest Nikolai Rysev (Protoierei), Stefan Repin (later Igumen Sergei) and Leontii Sivtsev, psalm reader. At Unalaska.