ACF. Alaska Culinary Association records; 1965-2015. 4.0 cubic feet. hmc-1221. Records of a non-profit professional organization of culinary professionals, restaurant managers and owners, culinary educators, and food purveyors.
Ada and Olia tourist Scrapbook; 1947. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0880. A scrapbook created by two Texas tourists who traveled to Southeast Alaska in 1947 by automobile and steamship.
Adak Naval Station sailor papers; 1952. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0531. Photograph album and papers of a sailor who served at the Adak Naval Station.
John Aho slides; 1987-1994-2000. 0.1 cubic feet. hmc-1325. Photographic slides of various buildings in Anchorage.
Albert and Patricia Aiken papers; 1940-1945, 1991. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0700. Scrapbook, photographs, and an account of life on the home front during World War II.
Alascom, Inc. White Alice Communications System Boswell Bay Station records; 1955-1985. 54 cubic feet. hmc-0001. Technical records for the operation of a typical WAC site.
Alaska Adult Education Association and Northwest Adult Education Association records; 1977-circa 2000. 1 cubic foot. hmc-1123. Records of two organizations promoting adult education in Alaska and Northwest, collected by a board member and former president.
Alaska At War symposium records; 1992-1996. 2.5 cubic feet. hmc-0451. Materials about World War II in Alaska.
Alaska Black Caucus Records, Inc; 1975-1993. 12.5 cubic feet . hmc-0003. Records of an organization dedicated to advancing the well-being of the African-Americans in Alaska.
Alaska Botanical Garden records; 1991-2014. 2.5 cubic feet and 15.2 GB. hmc-1195. Records of a botanical garden in Anchorage.
Alaska Center for the Environment records; 1909-2013. 83.0 cubic feet and 24.2 GB. hmc-0005. Records of a non-profit environmental organization based in Anchorage.
Alaska Center for Public Policy records; 2003-2013. 2 cubic feet and 1.3 GB. hmc-1229. Materials of an Alaskan public policy advocacy organization.
Alaska Criminal Code Revision Commission. Project Director records; 1971-1978. 25.15 cubic feet. hmc-0329. Project director and staff files regarding a rewrite of the Alaska Criminal Code.
Alaska Federation of Natives, International records; 1973-1978. 1.8 cubic feet. hmc-0472. Records of an Alaska Native advocacy organization.
Alaska Health Education Consortium records; 1979-2007. 10.5 cubic feet. hmc-1098. Records of a professional organization dedicated to health education.
Alaska Health Project records; 1982-1994. 13.0 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0419. Records of a private non-profit organization founded to work with hazardous materials issues.
Alaska Historical Society records; 1967-2012. 16.0 cubic feet. hmc-0014. Records of historical society that promote research and sharing of the history of Alaska.
Alaska Highway tourist papers; undated, 1954. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-1224-ahs. Photographs, postcards, and slides of a trip through Canada and Alaska.
Alaska Hotel Properties Inc. records; 1959-1981. 33.75 cubic feet. hmc-0017. Records of a hotel company in Alaska.
Alaska Humanities Forum grant products; 1973-2006, 2015. 18 cubic feet. hmc-1256. Materials related to humanities research and work in Alaska.
Alaska Jaycees Inc. records; 1973-1983. 1.6 cubic feet. hmc-0019. Records of a leadership training and civic organization.
Alaska Library Association (AkLA). Anchorage Chapter records; 1983-2005. 2.2 cubic feet. hmc-0500. Organizational records of the Anchorage Chapter of the Alaska Library Association.
Alaska Light Opera Theatre records; 1986-1989. 0.46 cubic feet. hmc-1339. Programs and set designs of a theater company in Anchorage.
Alaska Methodist University earthquake papers; 1964. 1 cubic foot. hmc-0782-APU. Papers and photographs documenting the 1964 Alaska earthquake that were collected by Alaska Methodist University.
Alaska Mutual Bancorporation records; 1982-1987. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0362. Business records of a banking holding company.
Alaska Native Association of Oregon records; 1971-1977. 2 cubic feet. hmc-0021. Alaska Native organization created on behalf of non-Alaska residents.
Alaska Newspapers Inc. records; 1980-2004. 15.0 cubic feet. hmc-1182. Photographs and some records from Alaskan regional newspapers.
Alaska Nurse Practitioner Association records; circa 1976-2014. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-1091. Records of a professional organization for nurse practitioners.
Alaska Nurses’ Association collection; 1887-1995. 17.55 cubic feet. hmc-1107. Historical materials relating to nursing in Alaska.
Alaska-Pacific Consolidated Mining Company records; 1885-1989. 62.95 cubic feet. hmc-0023. Records of the mining company that ran Independence Mine at Hatcher Pass and other gold mines in the Willow Creek Mining District.
Alaska Professional Communicators records; 1961-2013. hmc-0026. Records of an organization founded to encourage journalistic excellence and create opportunities for women in the field of journalism.
Alaska Public Health Association records; 1972-1993. hmc-0579. Records of an organization dedicated to public health issues in Alaska.
Alaska Public Interest Research Group (AKPIRG) records; 1962-2008. 64.65 cubic feet. hmc-0027. The Alaska Public Interest Research Group is a non-profit citizens group formed by Alaskans in order to meet the need for consumer representation
Alaska Repertory Theatre records; 1969-1989. 43.1 cubic feet. hmc-0028. Records of an Anchorage theatre company.
Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation records; 1921-1970, bulk 1935-1949. 23.75 cubic feet. hmc-1174. Records of the Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation (Palmer Colony).
Alaska State AFL-CIO records; 1943-1989. 2.1 cubic feet. hmc-0029. Records of a union organization in Alaska.
Alaska tourist photographs; 1965. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-1312-ahs. Tourist photographs of travel in Alaska in 1965.
Alaska Valuation Services, Inc. appraisal files; 1969-1979. 79 cubic feet. hmc-0036. Anchorage real estate appraisal firm.
Alaska Women’s Political Caucus records; 1982-1996. 1 cubic foot. hmc-1344. Records of an organization aimed at increasing promoting equal rights and political participation for women.
Alaska World Affairs Council records; 1965-2017. 14.6 cubic feet and 2.53 mb. hmc-1253. Records of an Alaska non-profit organization focused on education to improve the public’s understanding of world affairs and U.S. foreign policy.
Alaskan of the Year, Inc. records; 1979-2003. 3.4 cubic feet. hmc-0852. This collection contains the records of the Alaskan of the Year, Inc. organization which honored Alaskans who significantly affected the character and development of the state.
C. Earl Albrecht papers; 1905-1996. 11.15 cubic feet. hmc-0375. Papers of a Matanuska Colony doctor, health commissioner, and circumpolar health advocate.
John W. Albright World War II photograph album.; circa 1942-1944. 0.25 cubic feet hmc-0542. Photograph album of soldier in the Eleventh Air Force U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.
Edna Aleshire papers; 1956-1974. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-1271. Journals and letters written by an Alaskan resident
Nikefor Alexan stories; 1938, circa 1957. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0039. Transcribed stories related by a well-known Alaska Native story teller.
Lelon E. Alexander papers; 1940-1997, bulk 1943-1957. 0.75 cubic feet. hmc-1231. Papers of a soldier who served with the 714th Railway Operating Battalion in Alaska during World War II.
Aleyene “Dixie” Orsini Education Fund records; 1984-2015. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-1346. Records of a nursing scholarship organization.
Alliance for Options in Education records; 1973-1978. 0.8 cubic feet. hmc-0042. Records of an Anchorage organization dedicated to education public policy and practice.
American Association of University Women. Anchorage (Alaska) branch records; 1955-2004. 0.1 cubic feet. hmc-0997. Records of the local chapter of the American Association of University Women, which promotes education and equity for women and girls.
American Museum of Natural History Alaska-Yukon expedition photograph album; 1936. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0600. Photographs from a museum expedition in search of fossils.
American Society for Circumpolar Health records; 1980-2015. 3.2 cubic feet. hmc-0993. Records of a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of circumpolar health practice, policy, education, and research.
American Society for Public Administration. Southcentral Alaska Chapter symposium records; 1974. 0.01 cubic feet and 748 GB. hmc-0044. Program and video recordings of a symposium entitled, “After the Land-Use Commission, What?”
Anchorage Area Charter Commission records; 1951-1971. 2.9 cubic feet. hmc-0047. Papers of a commission created to write a charter for the unification of the governments of the City of Anchorage and the Greater Anchorage Area Borough.
Anchorage Chamber of Commerce records; 1946-2013. 46.95 cubic feet. hmc-0048. Records of a non-profit business organization whose purpose is to promote and enhance business and community services in the Anchorage community.
Anchorage Christmas bird count records; 1941-2016. 0.4 cubic feet and 593 kilobytes. hmc-1225. Records of the annual Anchorage Christmas bird count.
Anchorage Civic Opera Association records; 1962-1984. 8.74 cubic feet. hmc-0049. Records of opera nonprofit organization in Anchorage.
Anchorage Community Theatre records;1953-2016. 3.5 cubic feet. hmc-1367. Records of a community theatre company in Anchorage, Alaska.
Anchorage Concert Association records; 1947-2008. 24 cubic feet. hmc-0881. Records related to performing arts productions.
Anchorage Concert Chorus records; 1947-1997. 11.0 cubic feet. hmc-0050. Records of a local nonprofit chorus in Anchorage.
Anchorage Festival of Music records; 1955-2007. 11. 4 cubic feet. hmc-0010. Records of an organization established to promote music in Alaska.
Anchorage Film Society records; 1953-1976. 0.8 cubic feet. hmc-0052. Records of an Anchorage organization which promoted films.
Anchorage Garden Club records; 1942-2003. 10.5 cubic feet. hmc-0449. Records of a civic organization dedicated to gardening.
Anchorage Governor’s Prayer Breakfast Committee records; 1983-2000. 0.6 cubic feet. hmc-0615. Records of a non-denominational organization.
Anchorage Independent School District records; 1953-1955. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0758. Personnel and transportation records of Anchorage Independent School District.
Anchorage Light and Power Company bond records; 1932-1944. 0.7 cubic feet. hmc-1383. Banking records relating to utility bonds.
Anchorage Organizing Committee Olympics records; 1976-1990. 47 cubic feet. hmc-1002. Records of Anchorage’s bids to host the Winter Olympics in 1992, 1994, and 1998.
Anchorage Pioneers Oral History Project transcripts; 1992-1995. 0.35 cubic feet. hmc-0466. Primarily transcripts of oral history interviews with early Anchorage residents.
Anchorage resident photograph album; 1953. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0736. Photograph album of an unidentified resident of Anchorage, Alaska.
Anchorage Rotary Club records; 1941-2009. 7.0 cubic feet and 9.81 gb. hmc-1137. The records of an Anchorage civic organization dedicated to public service.
Anchorage Senior Citizens Sunday Drop-In Center records; 1975-1995. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-1336. Records related to a weekly Anchorage gathering for senior citizens.
Anchorage Ski Club records; 1937-1966. 0.6 cubic feet. hmc-0055. Records of an organization founded to support skiing in Anchorage.
Anchorage Symphony League records; 1946-1992. 10.55 cubic feet. hmc-0057. Records of a non-profit symphony league.
Anchorage Symphony Orchestra records; 1953-1995. 4.5 cubic feet. hmc-0056. Organizational records of Anchorage’s local orchestra.
Anchorage Veterans Memorial Committee records; 1997-2001. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0528. Records related to the construction of a veteran’s memorial.
Anchorage Waterways Council records; 1979-1991. 1 cubic foot. hmc-0393. Records of a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring Anchorage’s waterways and wetlands.
Anchorage Youth Symphony records; 1969-2008. 8.0 cubic feet. hmc-1094. Records of youth symphony composed of high school students in Anchorage.
Gene and Marie Anderson photographs; 1927. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0904. Photographs of a couple who toured Western Canada and Alaska.
Maurice D. Anderson letters; 1943-1945. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0821. Letters written by a soldier station at Fort Richardson during World War II.
Kenneth D. Andress reminiscences; 1937-1943. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0058. Miner and soldier in Alaska.
Clarence Leroy Andrews papers; 1892-1946. 0.7 cubic feet. hmc-0059. Primarily photographs of a long-time Alaska resident.
Anne and John earthquake papers; 1964. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-1305-ahs. Letters and photographs about the 1964 earthquake from Anchorage residents.
Arctic Institute of North America. Alaska Chapter records; 1973-1979. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0061. Business and meeting records of an arctic-focused civic group.
Arctic Power records; circa 1978-2003. 35 cubic feet. HMC-0667. Records of an organization that supports opening the Coastal Plain of ANWR to responsible oil development.
Arctic Winter Games. Eagle River Host Society records; 1995-1996. 0.8 cubic feet. hmc-1047. Administrative records related to the hosting of the Arctic Winter Games in March 1996.
Walter N. Argabright World War II photograph album; 1944-1954. hmc-0599.Employee with Alaska Air Depot at Fort Rchardson in 1944-1945.
Winton C. Arnold papers; 1949-1983. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0376. Papers of a lawyer involved in the Alaskan salmon industry and Native land claims.
James H. Arvanites papers; 1943-1945. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-1357-ahs. Photographs from a member of the 18th Fighter Squadron stationed in the Aleutians.
Charles W. Arvidson photographs. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0567. Photographs taken during the construction of the Canol Pipeline.
Alice and Bob Arwezon photographs; 1949-1973. 0.6 cubic feet. hmc-1140. Photographs of long-time Anchorage residents involved in dogsled racing.
John Asplund papers; 1955-1973. 3.5 cubic feet. hmc-0064. Papers of a former director of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and chairman of the Greater Anchorage Area Borough.
Atwood family papers; 1906-2003. 147.65 cubic feet. hmc-0989. Business, professional, civic, and personal papers of Bob, Evangeline, Elaine, and Marilyn Atwood, including their ownership and management of the Anchorage Times newspaper.
Robert M August papers; 1963-1973. 0.2 cubic feet hmc-0804. Documents related to the proposed Rampart Canyon Dam project.