Happy Friday and happy last day of January. This month we added several new collections and additions to existing collections, as well as putting photos from three of our collections online. Gwen engaged in community outreach on behalf of the Archives with a presentation to the Pioneers of Alaska.
Newly described collections
UAA-0154:UAA. KRUA. Dominant Egg audio recordings. undated, 1994-1995. Recordings of a radio show that played music by female artists on the UAA student radio station.
HMC-0547: John R. “Jack” Roderick papers; 1900-2016. Materials relate to Jack Roderick’s research on oil and gas in Alaska
HMC-1045: Jo Frankfourth papers; 1973-1984.. Papers of an Anchorage Community College teacher involved in wilderness education advocacy and urban planning.
HMC-1344: Guide to the Alaska Women’s Political Caucus records. 1982-1996. Records of an organization aimed at increasing promoting equal rights and political participation for women.
HMC-1347: Follo family postcards; 1908-1937. Postcards and photos from men living near Fish Lake, Alaska.
Added to Alaska’s Digital Archives
24 images from the Fannie and John Woodiel photographs, 1955-1966.
14 images from HMC-1342: Anne D. Pasch papers.
18 images from HMC-1117: Loren Taft papers.
On January 21, Gwen gave a presentation on how to use and donate to the Archives at a meeting of the of the Pioneers of Alaska Anchorage chapter.