Hans and Margaret Hafemeister papers; 1943-1945. 2.25 cubic feet. hmc-0126. Hans Hafemeister’s diaries and Margaret Hafemeister’s papers on her social work career.
Vincent E. Hagen photograph album; 1941-1962. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1067-AHS. Photographs taken by a U.S. Army Signal Corps corporal who served in Alaska during World War II.
Hammon Consolidated Gold Fields Mining Company photographs; 1925. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-1022-AHS. Photographs of Nome area mining operations.
Jay S. Hammond Papers; 1956-2005. 5.5 cubic feet. hmc-0442. Papers of a former state legislator and governor of Alaska.
Hans van der Laan Brooks Range Library Board of Directors records; 1972-1992, 1996. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0382. Administrative records of a proposed library in Anaktuvuk Pass.
J. D. Hanson photographs; 1941-1943. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0866. Seaman on the U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Aurora in Alaska waters during the war.
Mary Santee Hanson papers; 1917-1918. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0551. Diary and narrative of a woman living in Alaska while her husband served at Fort William H. Seward.
John Kay and Marianna Lee Hardcastle letter; 1947. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0933. Letter describing a trip to Alaska via the Alaska Highway.
Anna and Eric Harding scrapbook; 1969. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0749. Scrapbook of an Elmhurst, Illinois couple who took and bus and ship tour of Alaska.
George Hardy photograph album; 1943. 0.4 cubic feet. hmc-1081. Photographs of the construction of the Alaska Highway..
George T. Harper papers; 1803-2004. 12.1 cubic feet. hmc-0686. The papers of historian who researched African American history in Alaska.
J.B. Harper photograph album; circa 1944-1945. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0592. Photograph album of a man who worked as an asphalt technician for an engineering firm at Galena Army Airbase during World War II.
Richard Tighe Harris family papers; 1853-1969. 3.0 cubic feet. hmc-0131. The family papers of a prospector and the co-founder of Juneau, Alaska.
Ruth Hart papers; 1964-2003. 2.2 cubic feet. HMC-1279. Scrapbook and costume renderings created by a costume designer in Anchorage.
Charles S. Harvard papers; 1912-1973. 2.50 cubic feet.hmc-0425. Papers of an engineer for the Alaska Railroad.
John Havelock papers; 1958-1984. 32 cubic feet. hmc-0132. Papers of an Anchorage lawyer and former Alaska Attorney General.
Richard Holmes Hazard papers; 1943-1944. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0544. Papers and photos relating to service in the United State Navy during the World War II.
Eric A. Hegg photographs; 1898-1905. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0513. Images related to the Klondike and Nome gold rushes as well as southeast Alaska.
Robert F. Heizer papers; 1949-1956. 0.4 cubic feet. hmc-0136. Papers of an anthropologist.
John S. Hellenthal papers; 1917-1989. 2.25 cubic feet. hmc-0447. Papers of an Alaskan legislator.
Christine A. Heller papers; 1895-1982. 15.4 cubic feet. hmc-0367. Papers of an Alaskan botanist and nutrition researcher.
Margaret E. Heller papers; 1923-1981. 0.4 cubic feet. hmc-0398. Papers of an airline employee and amateur ornithologist.
Mildred B. Hendricks letters; 1936-1940. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0368. Letters written by a woman while living at mining camps in Walkers Fork, Fairbanks, and Coal Creek
A.J. Hewitt letter; 1929. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0825. Businessman’s letter concerning the operations of the Anchorage Times newspaper.
Walter J. Hickel papers; 1950-2010. 340 cubic feet. hmc-0660. Papers of a former U.S. Secretary of the Interior and Alaskan politician and businessman who was very involved in northern regions public policy development.
David M. Hickok papers; 1923-1992. 17 cubic feet. hmc-0408. Papers of an Alaskan natural resources officer regarding land use in the state.
Mark Hickok papers; 1955-1991. 1 cubic foot. hmc-0618. Papers of a leader in the Alaskan land conservation movement.
John Andrew Higgins papers; 1914-1950, bulk 1942-1946. 0.50 cubic feet. hmc-0538. Photographs and news articles of a U.S. Navy Seabee stationed in Alaska during WWII.
Carl Hild papers; undated, 1969.3.0 cubic feet. hmc-1155. Photographs and papers of a sculptor and former Director of the Health Services Administration Program at Alaska Pacific University.
H. H. Hildreth papers; 1898-1922. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-1132. Papers related to early Seward and mining in southcentral Alaska.
Gordon H. Hills papers; 1949-1998. 1.7 cubic feet. hmc-0475. Materials relating to library service to Native groups.
Herb Hilscher papers; 1905-1996. 8.35 cubic feet. hmc-1001. The personal papers of a longtime Alaskan resident, writer, and member of the Alaska Constitutional Convention.
Hilary Hilscher Alaska Telecommunications history project records and research materials; 1939-2005. 8.0 cubic feet. hmc-0859.
HABS Forest Service Petersburg office and garage report and building plans; 1937, 1987. 0.2 cubic feet hmc-0286. Documents related to the historic Forest Service buildings in Petersburg, Alaska.
Historic American Engineering Record Cape Spencer Light Station records; 1924-1973.0.41 cubic feet. hmc-0391. Plans and photographs of a light station located at the entrance to Cross Sound in Southeast Alaska.
History of Sand Lake project records; 1950-1988 [bulk 1988]. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0492. Records relating to the Sand Lake area of Anchorage.
Art Hobson photograph album; circa 1909-1911. 0.8 cubic feet. hmc-1088. Photographs of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway from a fireman who worked on the railroad.
Grace and John Vincent Hoeman papers; 1952-1971. 7.35 cubic feet. hmc-0887. Papers of Alaskan mountaineers.
Claud Hoffman papers, 1977-2009. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-1218. Professional papers of an Alaskan surveyor.
Holmes family papers; 1915-1966. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-0138. Business papers and photographs relating to mining in the McCarthy area.
Michael J. Hood papers; 1979-1996. 2.1 cubic feet. hmc-0383. Records related to UAA theatre productions.
Elmer H. Hoode scrapbook; 1943 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-0568. Scrapbook from a U.S. Marine stationed at Dutch Harbor..
Home And Landowners Organization, Inc. (HALO) records; 1973-2012. 1.25 cubic feet. hmc-1125. Documents relating to HALO, a non-profit organization focused on land use issues in Southeast Anchorage.
Arthur W. Hope papers; undated, 1944. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0790. Photographs and papers of an Allison Engines employee who visited Alaska during World War II.
Lois A. Hornberger photograph album; 1943. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0730. Photograph album of a woman who seems to have worked as a nurse in Nome during World War II.
William L. Horton postcards; 1988, 1990, 1997-1998. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-1178-ahs. Postcards from tourists who travelled throughout Alaska.
Wesley Housman photographs; 1937-1945. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0533. Personal photograph albums of soldier who served on Adak Island during World War II.
William R. Howerton World War II photographs. 0.02 cubic feet. hmc-1097. Photographs taken by a soldier during his time in Seward.
James B. Hoxie scrapbook; 1944-1945. 0.6 cubic feet. hmc-0713. Scrapbook of a U.S. Army Signal Corps soldier who served in Seward and Fairbanks during World War II.
Harry and Norma Hoyt family papers; 1908-1989. 2 cubic feet. hmc-0988. Papers and photographs of a family who owned the Gulkana Road House and the Hoyt Motor Company in Anchorage.
Charles Goodyear Hubbard II papers; 1897-1990. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0141. Papers of an Alaskan miner.
Guide to the Francis J. Huber slides; 1964-2000. 4.0 cubic feet. hmc-1280. Slides of an Alaskan photographer.
Wilda G. Hudson papers; 1953-2001. 3.0 cubic feet. hmc-1169. Papers of a woman involved in Anchorage civic activities.
Grace P. Hurst photograph album; 1957. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0914. Photograph album of an Indiana woman who visited her U. S. Army officer son and his family at Ladd Air Force Base in Fairbanks.
Kenneth J. Huseby photographs; 1964. 0.1 cubic feet. hmc-0427. Photographs of the Alaska earthquake of 1964.
Ruth Huseman photograph album; 1937. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0623. Midwesterner who toured Western Canada and Southeast Alaska.
Charles K. Hyde slides; 1990-1991. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1100. Color slides documenting a study tour of Alaska mining sites by the Society for Industrial Archeology.