Guide to the OPAG records

Guide to the Older Persons Action Group records
1963-2006

Collection number: HMC-0193.
Creator: Older Persons Action Group.
Title: Older Persons Action Group records.
Dates: 1963-2012.
Volume of collection: 35.4 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Collection summary: Records of nonprofit organization that advocates for senior citizens in Alaska.

Organizational history: The Older Persons Action Group (OPAG) was funded in 1968 by the Office of Economic Opportunity as a delegate agency of the Greater Anchorage Area Community Action Agency in response to the Older Americans Act of 1965. OPAG serves as an advocate for senior citizens in Anchorage and in Alaska in matters relating to housing, health and welfare, legislation affecting the elderly, and others. It also works with local, state, and federal agencies to provide programs and services which benefit the elderly in Anchorage and throughout Alaska. Programs which have been administered by OPAG include the Community Food and Nutrition Program, the Nursing Home Advocate Program, a winterization program, Foster Grandparents, the Mabel T. Caverly Center, the Chugiak Senior Center, the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program, and others. One delegate agency of OPAG was the Black Arts Association and the Mountain View Neighborhood Community Center. OPAG was also responsible for organizing the Inter-Agency Council of over 40 agencies in Anchorage which provide services to the elderly. The organization publishes a monthly newspaper, Senior Voice, as well as other publications. It also hosted a radio program for seniors entitled Senior Sound.

Collection description: The collection consists of records concerning the administration, finances, programs, and services of the Older Persons Action Group. It is divided into six series: administrative records; programs and services files; financial records; recordings; and OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings; and visual materials. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, grant information, financial reports, studies, copies of the Senior Voice and other publications, tapes of Senior Sound radio broadcasts, photographs, slides, and a videotape on Denakkanaaga, Inc., an organization of Alaskan Athabaskan elders.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged into 6 series.

Series 1: Administrative records

 

Subseries 1a: Articles of Incorporation
Subseries 1b: Reports, programs, reviews, and narratives
Subseries 1c: Board of Directors records
Subseries 1d: Correspondence, memos, and reading files
Subseries 1e: Legal and legislative records
Subseries 1f: Personnel records
Subseries 1g: Publicity and outreach records

Series 2: Programs and Services

Series 3: Financial records

Series 4: Recordings

 

Subseries 4a: Senior Sound radio programs
Subseries 4b: Senior Sound working tapes
Subseries 4c: Conference and forum tapes
Subseries 4d: Meeting tapes
Subseries 4e: Miscellaneous tapes

Series 5: OPAG Publications, reference materials, and clippings

 

Subseries 5a: OPAG directories
Subseries 5b: OPAG calendars
Subseries 5c: OPAG posters and pamphlets
Subseries 5d: OPAG newspapers
Subseries 5e: Reference materials
Subseries 5f: Clippings and miscellaneous publications

Series 6: Visual materials

Alternative formats: The collection contains some photographs in electronic format. Please consult archivists for access.

Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Rights note: Archives does not hold copyright to this collection.

Preferred citation: Older Persons Action Group records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Related materials:
Black Arts Association records; 1972-1980. HMC-0070.

Acquisition note: A deposit agreement was arranged between the archives and the organization in 1988. Addition records were added in 1996, 2005 and 2015.

Processing information: This collection was described by Jeffrey Sinnott in 2006. The guide to the collection was revised and updated by Mariecris Gatlabayan in 2011. Personnel and confidential files and audiocassette duplicates of Senior Sound were removed from collection and returned to OPAG. Duplicates of publications and audiocassettes were removed from collection. Additions were added to the finding aid by Gwen Sieja in 2015.

Container list:
Series 1: Administrative records; 1968-2012. 9.8 cubic feet.
Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1a: Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws; undated, 1999-2003. 0.03 cubic feet.

Box/

Folder

Description Date
1/1 Older Persons Action Group (OPAG) Foundation Articles of Incorporation undated
37/15 Bylaws 1999-2003

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1b: Reports, program reviews, narratives; 1963-1993. 0.5 cubic feet.

Box/

Folder

Description Date
1/1 Older Persons Action Group three year plan 1971-1976
1/2 Monthly and yearly reports 1968,1974, undated
1/3 Older Persons Action Group yearly report 1973-1975
1/4-1/5 Monthly and quarterly reports 1973-1975. undated
1/6 Older Persons Action Group report information 1975-1976
1/7 Timetable, quarterly reports and requests for federal funds 1980
1/8 Biennial Reports 1980
1/9 Program review 1976
1/10-1/11 Program progress preview 1977-1979
1/12-1/15 Program quarterly reports 1985-1993
1/16-1/17 Narrative response 1963-1975
1/18 Narrative file 1974-1975

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1c: Board of Directors, 1968-2012. 3.5 cubic feet.

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Folder

Description Date
1/19 William Herndon personal board correspondence 1969-1971
1/20 Older Persons Action Group Board correspondence 1974-1977, undated
1/21 Board of Directors minutes and miscellaneous records 1972-1974
1/22 Board Meeting minutes 1977
1/23 Board notebook 1978
1/24 Items for Board packets 1978
1/25 Board of Directors minutes and correspondence 1978
1/26-1/27 Board notebook 1978-1979
1/28 Board of Directors and Finance Committee minutes 1982
1/29-1/30 Board of Directors minutes and records 1984-1985
2/1 Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Policy and Administrative Committee minutes 1985
2/2 Resolutions 1968-1969
2/3 Other reports from meetings 1977-1980
2/4 OPAG general meetings minutes 1976-1977
37/16 Board of Directors meeting minutes 1989-1990
30/1-3 Board of Directors meeting minutes 1991
30/4-11 Board of Directors meeting minutes and letters 1992
30/12-17 Board of Directors meeting minutes and letters 1993
30/18-22 Board of Directors meeting minutes and letters 1994
30/23-27 Board of Directors meeting minutes and letters 1995
40/17 Board of Directors meeting minutes 1997
30/28 Board of Directors meeting minutes and reports 1998
37/18-28 Board of Directors meeting minutes 1998-2002
38/1-6 Board of Directors meeting minutes 2003-2008
30/29-31 Committee records: By-law, Policy and Administration, and Membership Committees 1991
31/1-7 Committee records: By-law, Fund Raising, Legislative, Membership, Nominating, and Policy and Administrative Committees 1992
31/8-22 Committee records: Ad-hoc, By-laws, Finance, Health, Legislative, Nominating, Membership, Policy and Administration, and Executive Committees 1993
31/23-31 Committee records: By-laws, Executive, Finance, Health, and Membership Committees 1994
31/32-38 Committee records: By-laws, Executive, Finance, Health, Nominating, and Transportation Committees 1995
38/7-8 Committee records: Finance Committee minutes and reports 1995-1996
38/9 Committee records: committee appointments and calendars 1996
38/10 Committee records: Legislative Committee minutes 1999
38/11-12 Committee records: Steering Committee minutes 2005-2006
38/13-15 Membership meeting minutes 1997-2001
31/39-45 Thelma Langdon Board files: meeting minutes, reports, health forum information, notes. 1991-1998
38/16 Rita Hatch board files 2010-2012

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1d: Correspondence, memos, and reading files; 1968-2001. 3.4 cubic feet.

Box/

Folder

Description Date
2/5-2/6 Nona R. McVickar correspondence 1971-1977
2/7 Helen Bierne, DAA (Juneau), correspondence 1979-1980
2/8 Howard, De Vore, Office on Aging, Anchorage correspondence 1980-1981 undated
2/9 Danny Plotnick correspondence 1980
2/10 Glen Sacks correspondence 1980
2/11 Gail Roust, Tittle II correspondence 1978-1981
2/12 Pat Patterson, Program Director, correspondence 1980-1981, undated
2/13-2/14 OPAG/CSA correspondence 1979-1982
2/15 Health, Education, Welfare (HEW) correspondence 1976
2/16 Office on Aging, Harmon 1969-1972
2/17 Office on Aging, Danny Plotnick 1972-1975
2/18 Office on Aging correspondence 1974
2/19-2/31 OPAG general correspondence 1968-1978
3/1-3/6 OPAG general correspondence 1978-1986
3/7 Correspondence re. Spencer Lorton and financial misconduct – Hammond, Eric Lee, Nancy Gross 1977-1978
3/8 Legal Correspondence – Attorneys Hellen and Partnow, Olof K. Hellen 1977-1978
3/9-3/16 Legislative correspondence 1969-1980
3/17 Legislative correspondence, insurance and proposed age discrimination 1973
3/18 Legislative correspondence, proposed public utility deposit exemption 1973
3/19 Legislative correspondence, proposed multi-purpose senior center 1973
3/20 Legislative correspondence, United States Senate (Stevens) 1970-1974
3/21 Legislative correspondence, Sen. Frank Murkowski, Sen. Ted Stevens, Rep. Don Young 1980-1981
3/22 Legislative correspondence- Advocacy, U. S. Senate 1980-1981
3/23 Anchorage Area Federal Credit Union correspondence 1976-1977
3/24 Ben Crawford Hall 1974
3/25 Richard Burns papers and miscellaneous correspondence 1971
3/26 Correspondence regarding Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia 1972, undated
3/27 Junior Chamber of Commerce, Statewide, correspondence 1974
3/28 “Chazz” Kowarbori, Keith V. Snder, and Vera A. Gazarway letters 1982
3/29 Paralegal services correspondence undated
3/30 Publications ordered 1982
3/31 Senior Voice correspondence 1978-1979, undated
3/32 Support letters 1981-1982
3/33 Letters for new members 1975
3/34 Form letters 1975-1977
3/35 Memorandums 1977
3/36 Memos from the director 1980
3/37 Memos – CETA Training 1982
3/38 Virginia M. Blanchard incoming and outgoing reading files 1977, undated
32/1-13 Reading files 1991
32/14-26 Reading files 1992
33/1-14 Reading files 1993
33/15-25 Reading files 1994 January-August
34/1-3 Reading files 1994 September-Novemeber
38/17-18 Board memorandums 2000-2001

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1e: Legal and legislative records; 1960-1995. 1.2 cubic feet.

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Folder

Description Date
3/39-3/40 Building management 1979-1981
3/41 Contract – Meaux and Strand 1974
4/1 Equipment, miscellaneous 1974
4/2 Equipment 1981
4/3 Federal Regulations – Richard Nixon, Economic Opportunity Amendment 1971
4/4 Federal Regulations – Older American Act, Title III undated
4/5 Federal Regulations – Title III Quarterly Reports and Fiscal Reports 1978-1980
4/6 Federal Regulations – Title VI of the Civil Rights Act undated
4/7 Federal Regulations – Title VII 1973
4/8 Federal Regulations – Title XI 1977-1980
4/9 Federal Regulations – Title 19 Resolution 1969
4/10 Federal Regulations – Title 29 Labor 1972
4/11 FY86 Legislative Intent Budget 1985
4/12 Janitorial proposals 1976-1978
4/13 Lawsuit – “Shower of Stars,” Wagstaff, Rubenstein and Middleton 1974
4/14 Lawsuit – Civil actions, community Action 1973
4/15-4/17 Building lease agreement: municipality and OPAG 1977-1978, undated
4/18 Space lease – American Red Cross 1978-1979, undated
4/19 Space lease – Community Food and Nutrition 1977, undated
4/20 Space lease – OPAG Office Space, Cook Inlet Native Association; 1971
4/21 Space lease – Easter Seal Society; 1977-1978 1977-1978
4/22 Space lease – Equal Rights Commission 1977-1979
4/23 Space lease – Multiple Sclerosis Society 1974-1975
4/24 Space lease – Municipal Human Relations Department 1974-1975
4/25 Space lease – National Federation of the Blind 1975-1978
4/26 Space lease – Salvation Army 1978-1979
4/27 Space lease – Winterization 1977
38/19 Space lease 1985-1995
4/28 Legislative – 1968 laws 1968, 1970
4/29 Legislative – 1971 U.S. Congress 1971
4/30 Legislative – laws 1971
4/31 Legislative – 6th, First Session 1969
4/32 Legislative – 6th, Second Session 1969-1970
4/33 Legislative – 7th, First Session 1971
4/34 Legislative – 7th, Second Session 1972
4/35 Legislative – 8th, First Session 1973
4/36 Legislative – Proposed Tenants Action 1972
4/37 Legislative – miscellaneous 1960-1976
4/38 Legislative – House of Representatives membership names 1971-1972
4/39 Older Americans Act: State Plan on Aging under Title III 1981
4/40 Public hearings 1977
4/41 State regulations-Department of Labor undated

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1f: Personnel records: 1970-2007. 0.3 cubic feet

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Folder

Description Date
4/42 Job descriptions 1976-1977
4/43 New employee packet undated
4/44 Organizational charts Undated
4/45 Personnel regulations 1970-1978, undated
4/46 Personnel rules and policies 1974-1976, undated
4/47 Personnel procedures [CSA] 1982
38/20 Personnel policies and procedures 1994-2007
38/21 Staff meetings 2000

Series 1: Administrative records. Subseries 1g: Publicity/outreach; 1968-2007. 0.3 cubic feet.

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Folder

Description Date
4/48 May Banquet 1976
4/49 Senior Citizen Month Dinner, potluck 1977 May
4/50 OPAG potluck 1974-1976
4/51 Public service announcements 1979, undated
4/52 News clippings and publicity photographs (11 black and white 8×10 prints, 10 negatives) 1974, undated
4/53 Newspaper clippings and papers. Includes 1 black and white 3×5 photograph 1968-1977, undated
38/22 Newspaper clippings and promotional materials 1968-2007
4/54 Publicity certificates 1978-1979
4/55 General publicity records 1978-1981
4/56 Publicity press releases and articles 1969-1976
4/57-5/1 Speeches undated
34/4 37th Anniversary Celebration and Intergenerational Art Contest 2005
38/23 History of OPAG 1987

Series 2: Programs and services files; 1968-2011. 9.4 cubic feet. Files arranged in alphabetical order by program or services.

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Folder

Description Date
5/2 Action Grant Request 1977-1978
5/3 Action/VISTA  background Information Supervision Volunteer Handbook 1978-1980
5/4-5/12 Action/VISTA correspondence, proposals, reviews, reports, and plans 1972-1980
5/13 Adult Public Assistance 1977
5/14 Advocacy – State politicians 1979-1981
5/15 Alaska Children’s Services 1973
5/16 Alaska Community Services Development Project (model project) 1978
5/17 Alaska Hospital Research and Education Foundation 1975
5/18 Alaska Land Proposal undated
5/19 Alaska Legal Services 1973-1975
5/20 Alaska Methodist Work Study Program 1973
5/21 Alaska Office Of Economic Opportunity Conference undated
5/22 Alaska Public Interest Research Group (AKPIRG) 1975-1976
5/23 Alaska State Hospital Association 1973-1974
5/24 Alaska State Plan, aging 1973-1976
5/25 Alcoholism, model project documentation 1978-1980
5/26 All Alaska Conference on Aging and Retirement 1969
5/27 American Association of Retired Persons 1974-1975
5/28 American Red Cross 1974-1975
5/29 Anchorage Area Credit Union, Federal CAA 1970-1977
5/30 Anchorage Area Federal Credit Union fiscal reports 1975-1977
5/31 Anchorage Association of the Blind 1974-1975
5/32 Anchorage Chamber of Commerce 1981
5/33 Anchorage City Council 1974
5/34 Area-wide Health Planning grant application 1971 March-1972 February
5/35 Area-wide Model Project Program 1971
5/36 Area-Wide Program 1972-1974
6/1 Area-Wide Program on Aging 1971-1975
6/2 Association of Older Alaskans Programs (formerly Alaska Project Directors Association) 1979-1983
6/3 Awards banquet 1970
6/4 Bethel 1974
6/5 Bicentennial 1973-1974
6/6-6/14 Black Art Association and Mountain View Neighborhood Center financial records and reports 1975-1978
6/15 Boards and councils – legislators undated
6/16-6/18 Calendar 1985-1987
6/19-6/21 Candidate questionnaires 1986-1992
6/22-6/24 Centenarian Project, including photographs and publications. 1987-1989
6/25-6/37 Chugiak Senior Center proposal, reports, financial and grant grant records, program achievements, and grant records 1969-1974, undated
6/38 Citizen’s Participation Committee conference 1973-1974
6/39 City transportation grant 1973
6/40 Department of Commerce annual report 1973
6/41 Community Action Agency document 1974-1976
6/42 Community Action Program to Employ Older People 1965, 1975
6/43 Community Chest 1975
6/44-7/14 Community Food and Nutrition records, including correspondence, financial records, grant records, program reviews and evaluations. 1974-1977
7/15 Community Hospital Report 1972 January
7/16 Community and Regional Affairs (Eric Lee, Director) 1975-1976
7/17 Community Schools 1976
7/18-7/43 Community Service Administration records, including regulations, reports and reviews, grant records, and correspondence 1976-1983
7/44 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act File 1975-1976
7/45 McSmith, Blanche L., grant Form for CETA 1974
7/46 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, Municipal Advisory Board note 1976
7/47 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act – Title III 1974-1975
7/49 Comprehensive Health Plan Advisory Council 1972
7/50 Comprehensive Health Plan by-laws, council and existing plan 1972-1973
7/51 Comprehensive Health Plan general correspondence 1972-1973
7/52 Comprehensive Health Plan correspondence regarding kidney dialysis 1972-1973
7/53 Comprehensive Health Plan evaluation 1971
8/1-8/5 Comprehensive Health Plan meeting reports, minutes, and public testimony 1972-1973
8/6 Comprehensive programs, OPAG 1971
8/7 Conference on aging 1968-1975
8/8 Cooperative grocery shopping: transportation/babysitting undated
8/9 Corporate philanthropy 1971
8/10 Copper Center 1972
8/11 Copper Valley 1972-1973
8/12 Day Care Center for the Elderly narratives 1974-1975
8/13 Delegate Agencies reports 1975
8/14-8/16 Directory for Older Alaskan Consumers 1983-1989
8/17 Easter Seal Society 1975-1976
8/18 Elder Abuse Task Force 1986
8/19 Elderly Transportation grant 1975-1977
8/20 Emergency Energy Conservation Program 1975-1977
8/21 Emergency Food cover letter 1974
8/22 Emergency Food Program 1974-1975
8/23 Fairview Family Health Center 1972
8/24 HMO Fairview Health Care Center grant application 1970-1977
8/25 Food Bank of Alaska, Inc. 1979-1980
8/26-8/32 Foster Grandparent Program audit, grant records, and reports 1974-1976
8/33 Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging 1969-1976
8/34 Governor’s interview, includes microcassette tape 1989 April
8/35 Greater Anchorage Area Community Action Agency 1975-1977
8/37-8/43 Greater Anchorage Area Community Action Agency. Includes conference and meeting records, reports, employment agreement, agency inventories and papers regarding community services 1968-1974
8/44 Health and Welfare 1969-1975
9/1-9/4 Health Care Reform reference files 1993-1994
9/5 Housing 1975-1976
9/6 Human Resources Department, Resources Division for Senior Citizens 1971
9/7-9/10 Information and Referral grant records and training 1979-1980
9/11 Inter-Agencies calendar 1979-1980
9/12 Inter-Agency Council 1979-1980
9/13 Inter-Agency support request 1979-1980
9/14 Inter-Agency workshop 1978
9/15 Juneau 1965,1969
9/16 Ketchikan undated
9/17 Kodiak 1976-1976
38/24 Korean Project grant files 2005
9/18 Kotzebue 1973
9/19 Land raffle ticket sheets 1971-1972
9/20 Literacy Project (Laubach Method) 1975
9/21 Longevity bonus mailing list: Access 1982-1987
9/22 Lottsfeld File, Pioneer Home Caper 1973
9/23 Mabel T. Caverly Center correspondence, financial records, grants, reports, and papers related to Lorena Showers 1967-1976
9/24-10/1 Mabel T. Caverly Center correspondence 1976
10/2 Manpower Planning Board, Greater Anchorage Area Borough 1972-1975
10/3 Mayor’s Commission on Aging 1979
10/4 Mayor’s Commission (Senior Citizen’s Advisory Committee) 1979
10/5 Mayor’s Proclamation, Senior Citizen’s Month 1970-1972
10/6 Mental health survey 1979-1981
10/7-10/9 Media grants 1981-1988
10/10 Medicaid: eye glasses information 1976
38/25-7 Medicare grant 2005-2011
10/11 Minority Group Relations 1971
10/12 Model Consumer Action Program undated
10/13 National Association for Human Development: Health Education-Fitness Program certificate 1977 October
10/14 National Council on Aging Governor’s Advisory Council 1965-1971
38/28 National Employ the Older Worker Week 1999
10/15 National Institute of Senior Centers 1975
10/16 National Council of Senior Citizens Inc. 1976
10/17 National League of Senior Citizens 1973-1974
10/18 National Voluntary Organizations 1972-1973
10/19 Native Land Claims 1970-1975
10/20 Native OPAG (NOPAG) 1972
10/21 Neighborhood community service building 1973-1977
10/22 Neighborhood facilities 1974
10/23 North Star Borough Council on Aging 1971, 1974
38/29 Northern Alaska Combined Federal Campaign Application grant 2004
10/24-10/29 Nursing Home Advocate financial records and records relating to State health and social services 1977-1979
38/30-36 Nutrition, Transportation, and Support Services grant 2000-2010
10/30 Office of Economic Opportunity application for a Community Action Program 1974-1975
10/31-10/33 Office of Economic Opportunity audit and grant records 1969-1978
10/34 OPAG Office of Economic Opportunity training materials 1968-1971
10/35 Office on Aging minutes 1972
10/36 Office on Aging workshop 1975-1977
10/37 Office of Program Planning and Evaluation 1969
10/38-10/39 Older Alaskans Commission fall meeting and grant records 1993-1994
34/5-7 Older Alaskans Commission grant materials 1993
10/40 Older Americans Health Fair 1979-1980
10/41 Older Americans in Action, numbers 11-15 1973
10/42 Parks and Recreation 1969-1975
11/1 Pioneers Home 1968, 1972
11/2 Pipeline impact 1975
11/3 Poster contest winners undated
11/4 Problem Areas of Older Alaskans 1975-1976
11/5 Programs-employment 1980
11/6 Programs on Aging, Klienkauf 1973-1974
11/7 Programs – Multipurpose Senior Center 1979
11/8 Retired Senior Volunteer Program 1970-1975
11/9-11/11 Rural Alaskan Community Action Program, Inc. correspondence and documents 1969-1975
11/12 Senior Citizen’s Banquet 1973-1976
11/13 Senior Citizen Inter-Agencies 1981
11/14 Senior Citizens month proclamation 1971
11/15 Senior Citizens participation meeting 1976
11/16 Senior Citizens resource and development planning 1977
11/17-11/18 Senior Community Service Employment Program grant records and reports 1979-1980
11/19-11/26 Senior opportunities and services general information, grant information, and projects 1969-1980
11/27 Senior Services Outreach Program grant agreement 1993
11/28 Senior Sound  correspondence 1981-1983
11/29 Senior Sound/KYAK radio correspondence 1976-1977
11/30 Senior Sound  scripts and miscellaneous 1972-1975
11/31-11/32 Senior Sound 1984-1986
11/33 Senior Voice advertising financial reports 1948-1986
11/34 Senior Voice, Alaska Newspaper Association 1990
11/35-12/4 Senior Voice, Alaska Press Women Awards Entries/Awards 1982-1993
12/5 Senior Voice, American Society on Aging Award Nomination 1990
12/6-12/30 Senior Voice correspondence 1979-1992, undated
12/31-12/34 Senior Voice grant records 1979-1980
13/1 Senior Voice interns 1984-1985
13/2 Senior Voice newspaper project grant 1978-1979, undated
13/3 Senior Voice primary election packet 1986
13/4 Services for the elderly 1969-1973, undated
13/5 Skin Sewers 1970, undated
13/6 Social security 1971-1973
13/7 Social Security benefits- Proposed pass through of 1973
13/8 Social Services Planning Group 1973-1977, undated
13/9 State – cities (Cordova) 1980
13/10 State  community and regional affairs 1977, 1979
13/11 State plans for programs on aging 1973
13/12 State plan packet 1973, 1977
13/13 State program plan on aging/State of Alaska 1977-1978, undated
13/14 State: policy, development and planning 1977
13/15 State Senior Citizens Convention 1980
13/16 State White House Conference on Aging 1971
13/17 Supplemental security income 1973, undated
13/18 Swine flu 1976, undated
13/19 Together, Inc. 1974
13/20 Totem Club 1976, undated
13/21 Tourism development 1970
13/22 Transportation 1972-1975, undated
13/23 Transportation of elderly 1978-1981
13/24 Tyonek Project photographs and negative (123×5 b/w) 1977, undated
13/25 Unemployment and food stamp rate. Portion of contents concerning specific cases have been moved to the closed file. 1973-1976, undated
13/26 United Way 1972-1976
13/27 Urban Mass Transportation Administration 1974-1975, undated
13/28 Urban neighborhood health centers 1972
13/29 Voluntary Agency Coordinating Program, Region X 1971
13/30 Volunteer Health Agency 1974
13/31-13/38 Winterization project correspondence, reports, plans, and financial records. 1963-1977, undated

Series 3: Financial records; 1968-2008. 3.4 cubic feet. Files are in alphabetical order by type of record.

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Folder

Description Date
14/1 Accountants request to submit bids for audit at FY End 1981
14/2 Main Lafontz and company accounting 1973-1974
14/3 Accounting bills: James Pender 1977-1978
14/4 Accounting records-Executive Director’s files 1975-1978
14/5 Accountings receivable 1985-1986
14/6 Annual reports 1974-1977
14/7 Annual reports 1980-1985
14/8 Audit and audit resolutions 1977-1978, undated
14/9-14/11 Audit correspondence 1973-1982, undated
14/12-14/18 Audit records including reports and surveys 1973-1976, undated
14/19 Bank reconciliation- Susan Denniston Fund 1976-1977
14/20 Bond 1977-1978, undated
14/21 Bookkeeper 1978-1981
14/22 Budget 1971-1973, undated
14/23 Building rent 1974-1977
14/24 Bulk mailing 1980-1982, undated
14/25 Cash Receipts – Office of Economic Opportunities (OEO)/OPAG: WTB Copies 1974
14/26-15/1 Check Registers: cash disbursements and receipts 1974-1978
15/2-15/5 Financial and audit correspondence 1974-1987
15/6 Cash disbursements 1973-1974
15/7-15/9 Disbursement vouchers 1978-1982
15/10 Equipment/purchasing 1978-1981
15/11 Federal funding 1981
15/12 Federal funds 1976-1978
15/13-15/20 Financial reports: monthly and quarterly 1972-1986
15/21 Financial statements 1974-1975, undated
15/22 Financial statements 1972-1977, undated
38/37 Financial statements 2010
15/23 Financial workshop 1974-1977, undated
15/24-16/5 Grant records includes HB611 Pilot project grant records 1971-1982, undated
38/38-44 Grants-tax information 1999-2008
16/6-16/9 Insurance 1971-1978
16/10 Internal control on accounting 1978
16/12 Non-profit annual report 1978-1979
16/13 Money receipts books 1984-1986
16/14 Reconciliation reports 1978
16/15 Reconstruction 1974-1974, undated
16/16 Revenue sharing 1972-1974, undated
16/17 State per diem rates 1979-1982, undated
16/18 Salary survey reports and miscellaneous financial records 1976-1977, undated
16/19 State A-95 reviews 1980-1982, undated
16/20 Status of Delegate Agency – financial contracts 1975-1976
16/21-16/30 Taxes- federal and state taxes 1969-1981
16/31 Vendor – Prudential 1983-1984
16/32 Yukon Office Supply 1980-1981
17 OPAG ledgers 1974-1977

Series 4: Recordings. 1981-1994 (250 audio cassette tapes). 1.1 cubic feet.

Series 4: Recordings. Subseries 4a: Senior Sound radio programs; 1981-1984 (10 minute programs, 161 cassette tapes, 66 different). 0.5 cubic feet. Oversize box.

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Description Date
18/1 Vera Gazaway, Director of OPAG. Introductory Program – Aims of OPAG: Role of advocacy in senior affairs. undated
18/2 Sue Harris and Teri Spires. Alaska Task Force on Elder Abuse: types, symptoms, and causes of elder abuse. undated
18/3 Fred Kiehl, Alaska Mortician and Frank Gonzales, Hospice of Alaska, Need for Hospice in Alaska and development in the program being established. undated
18/4 Dr. Sally Altoff. Aging and pre-retirement planning undated
18/5 Louise Rude, Executive Director of Independent Quality Living Center, Organization for Disabled Alaskans. undated
18/6 Lois Pillifont, Alaska Senior Citizens Ombudsman. Role of senior citizen ombudsman. undated
18/7 Donna Stevens, Chairman of Alaska State Hospital Association. Alaska Network of Nursing Homes and services they provide. undated
18/8 Ralph Eluska and Mae Stanley, Delegates to the World Indigenous Peoples Conference. Viewpoints and values of older persons around the world. undated
18/9 Bette Ford with Barbara Hoffman, Alaska Council on the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Misuse and abuse of prescription drugs among the elderly. 1981 September 24
18/10 Pearl Harbor survivors. undated
18/11 Funeral arrangements. undated
18/12 Consumer protection and the elderly. undated
18/13 Memorial societies: an alternative to high burial costs. undated
18/14 Alaska’s foster grandparent program. undated
18/15 Drug abuse/misuse among the elderly. undated
18/16 The World War II evacuations in the Aleutians. undated
18/17 Older Persons legal concerns. undated
18/18 Dennis Murray, President of Alaska Project Directors Association and Betty Warren, Chairman of Governor’s Advisory committee on aging. undated
18/19 Charles Mundorff, gerontologist, Anchorage Community Mental Health Center. Stress management, stress of holidays, and coping alone. undated
18/20 Roy De Asis, Elder Program Coordinator Tilingit-Haida Central Council and Carlson Palmer. Native American Council on Aging: Problems unique to elder natives. undated
18/21 Lola Reed, OPAG. Retirement Plans and The OPAG sponsored retirement study. undated
18/22 Becky Goodman, OPAG Researcher/Writer consumerism. Nutrition: Food Purchase Strategies. undated
18/23 Terri Spires, Anchorage Community Mental Health Center. Findings of Recent Study on elder abuse in Alaska. undated
18/24 Laurie Terrall, Coalition for Economic Justice and the Tenants Union. Housing Shortages: Landlord-tenant laws and services 1984 January 1
18/25 Nona McVickar, OPAG. Senior tax relief programs 1982 March 2
18/26 Lucinda Laird. Self-Defense strategies. undated
18/27 Joe Swanson, Chief of State Division of Weights and Measures. undated
18/28 Barb Eichner, Cooperative Extension Service. Tenant-landlord laws. 1983 July 11
18/29 Bertha Adsuna and Lily Walker of Nome, AFN delegates. undated
18/30 Rose Palmquist, OPAG President. White House conference on aging. undated
18/31 Shirley Carlo, Direct Center. undated
18/32 Annie Whitney and Adrian Dube, Women’s Resource Center. undated
18/33 Lester Kress, VITA Programs. Income tax assistance. undated
18/34 Jan Peterson, State Consumer Protection Office. Consumers’ Affairs. undated
18/35 Jennifer Hill, Alaska Treatment Center. Rheumatoid Arthritis. 1983 March 14
18/36 Chuck Hines, Gerontology conference. undated
18/37 Elizabeth Eggert, Health Fair concepts. 1982 June 1
18/38 Kathryn Black, Attorney. Estate planning and wills. undated
18/39 Heidi Hurliman, Nurse Practitioner. Health problems facing older women. 1983 March 7
18/40 Fran Purdy, Executive Director, AWAIC, and Lucinda Laird, Counselor, STAR. Domestic violence and violent crime in Alaska. undated
18/41 Edith Taylor, Instructor at Alaska Pacific University. Elder hostel. undated
18/42 Marian Butcher, Anchorage Municipal Vista Program. undated
18/43 Donna Stevens, Providence Hospital. 1984 April 22
18/44 Elaine Hultengren, Energy Assistance. undated
18/45 Officer Carl Grant, Neighborhood Watch Program. undated
18/46 Lola Ree, Pre-Retirement program. undated
18/47 Eileen Cavanaugh, Occupational Therapist. Techniques for older patients who have suffered a stroke. 1983 March 21
18/48 H. P. Gazaway, Cook Inlet Memorial Society. undated
18/49 Lola Reed and Don Clocksin. Health care cost containment and legislation. undated
18/50 Leo Baldwin, Coordinator, Widowed Persons Service, AARP. undated
18/51 Irene Burnside. Group therapy and nursing care. undated
18/52 John Mulholland, AARP legislative representative. undated
18/53 Vera Gazaway, OPAG. Consumer Directory for Seniors. undated
18/54 Gordon Bartholomew. Financial planning. undated
18/55 Jean Rodgers, Juneau author. undated
18/56 Jan Ottenfeld. Substance abuse. undated
18/57 Don Clocksin. Hospital cost containment. undated
18/58 Jim Jordan. Medigap issues. undated
18/59 Rosemary Haffner, Alaska Legal Services. undated
18/60 Bill Ingwall. Alcohol abuse. undated
18/61 Joyce Bishop. Older workers. undated
18/62 Jay McCarthy, attorney. Social security disability benefits. undated
18/63 Dr. Virginia Gorton. Senility/Alzheimers disease. 1983 March 20
18/64 Rosemary Haffner. Alaska legal service in the bush. undated
18/65 Lt. Gov. Steve McAlpine. What senior citizens can expect from present administration. undated
18/66 Janet Cronk. Physical fitness. undated

Series 4: Recordings. Subseries 4b: Senior Sound working tapes; undated. 0.2 cubic feet (34 cassette tapes). Cassette tapes are arranged by episode.

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19/1 4 Working tape: Older Workers. undated
19/2 5 Narration: The Alaska pioneer spirit series, Irene Ryan. undated
19/3 5 Rough cuts: Mixture of unknown people speaking on different topics.Topics include 1) New hospital wing; 2) Residential care for seniors; 3) Interview with residents of Kodiak. undated
19/4 6 Narration: Cancer Control Month. undated
19/5 6 Working tape: Proposal Concerning House Bill on Generic Drugs; Max Gruenberg. Pat Malone, State’s Public Education Chairperson of American Cancer Society; Representative Mike Navarre’s aide on legislative bill regulating audiologists. undated
19/6 6 Working tape: Topics include 1) Governor Sheffield’s weekly radio report; 2) SB 140-Living wills for terminally ill patients-Senator Elison’s aide, Sheila Petersen; 3) Unknown meeting taking place. 1986 February 28
19/7 6 Rough cuts: Cancer Control Month. undated
19/8 7 Narration: Dillingham Senior Citizens Center Cookbook. undated
19/9 7 Rough cuts: Ophthalmology care and youth hostels. undated
19/10 10 Working tape: Senior housing. undated
19/11 10 Rough cuts: Topics include 1) Generic drugs and pharmacist liability; 2) Radio commentary; 3) Discussion of activities for seniors; 4) Rose Palmquist and other speaking in background – OPAG meeting taking place; discussing legislative issues and Yellow cab discounts for Seniors. undated
19/12 12 Narration: Consumer protection. undated
19/13 12 Working tape: Linda O’Bannon. Consumer protection. undated
19/14 12 Actualities: Working tape: Consumer protection. undated
19/15 13 Narration: Social security, renter’s rebate, and longevity bonus. undated
19/16 13 Working tape: Phil Lefler, field representative, Social Security Administration. undated
19/17 13 Rough cuts: Retirement benefits. undated
19/18 13 Actualities: Working tape: Wells, Pioneers. undated
19/19-19/21 14, 15, 16 Narration: Long term care, careers after retirement, senior property tax exemption, etc. undated
19/22 14 Actualities: Working tape: Long term care, careers after retirement. undated
19/23 15 Working tape: Costello interview. Gemology career after retirement. undated
19/24 16 Working tape: Phil Webber, Municipal Assessor. Senior property tax exemption. undated
19/25 16 Actualities: Working tape: Fisher interview. undated
19/26 16 Actualities: Working tape: Phil Webber interview. undated
19/27 16 Working tape: Fisher interview. Senior legislation. undated
19/28 17 Actualities: Working tape: Kennedy/Englund. undated
19/29 19 Actualities: Working tape: Luke. undated
19/30 20 Actualities: Working tape; Inupiat doll maker and Alzheimer’s support group. undated
19/31 22, 23 Narration: Senior programs budget cuts. undated
19/32 23 Working tape: Becky Goodman. Legislative report. undated
19/33 30 Narration: Barbara Baker, Alaska Women’s Commission. Sex discrimination. Also interview with native woman on subsistence. undated
19/34 57 Working tape: Landlord-tenant hotline. undated
19/35 80 Working tape: Rose Palmquist with Senator Pat Rodey and Janet Guthrie. Upcoming legislative session. undated
19/36 82 Narration: Alaska Native Heritage Festival. undated
19/37 unknown Actualities: Working tape: Gordon Bartholomew, Financial Planning. undated

Series 4: Recordings. Subseries 4c: Conference and forum tapes; 1982, 1986, 1994. (30 cassette tapes). 0.2 cubic feet. Oversize box. Cassette tapes are in arranged by conference or forum.

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Description Date
20/1-20/11 Investigative Reporters and Editors National Coference (IRE), Washington, D.C.; June 25-27, 1982. Session Tapes: IRE 82-1, Public Records: John Ullman, George Kennedy, Steve Weinberg, Steve Honeymon (2 tapes); IRE 82-4, Experts: The Freedom of Information Act: Jack Taylor Geoffrey Steward, Randall

Rader, Jack Landau (2 tapes); IRE 82-8, Investigating: State Government: Patrick Riordan, Robert Grogin, Diane Henriques; IRE 82-11, Experts: Getting Answers in Interviews: Wendell Rawls, Jr., Jim Stewart, Dr. Herbert Pardes (2 tapes); IRE 82-13, Techniques: Conducting Long Range Projects: Chriss Waddle, Jack Driscoll, Laura Stepp (2 tapes); IRE 82-15, Techniques: Private Sources: Jerry Uhrhammer, Mary Neiswender, Tom Renner; IRE 82-19, Techniques: Public Sources: Nicholas Horrock, Ronald Kessler (Tape 2); IRE 82-20, Techniques: Investigations at Smaller Papers: Jay Shelledy, Stephen Hartgen, Wayne Ezell (2 tapes); IRE 82-22, Experts: Consumer Investigations: Michael Pertschuk, Lea Thompson, Mary Hargrove (2 tapes); IRE 82-24, Investigating: Public Figures: Lee Whitten, Ronald Ostrow, Joseph Volz (Tape 2); IRE 82-30, Investigating: Private Institutions: William Schmick, Bette Orsini, Knut Royce (2 tapes).

1982
20/12-20/14 Investigative Reporting Conference Session Tapes (C15’82): 8. The Long Investigative Project: Keeping On Track; 11. Using Pictures and Layout to Draw Readers to Investigative Stories; 19. Writing and Rewriting Investigative Stories. 1982
20/15-20/17 32nd Annual Conference, National Conference on Aging: Walter Mondale speech, April 2; Vice President of the United States, George Bush speech, April 2; Frank Mankiewicz and Ruth Glick plenary session, April 3. 1982 April
20/18 National Alliance of Information and Referral Systems Roundtable NCSW-73: National Alliance of Information and Referral Systems Roundtable (sound distorted at beginning of tape), National Alliance of Information and Referral Systems Roundtable. undated
20/19-20/20 Alaska Pioneering Spirit Speech Series, Alaska Forum, Alaska Pacific University: Walter J. Hickel on Alaska Statehood; Robert Atwood on Alaska History since 1935. circa 1986
20/21-20/22 Knik Watershed Forum, Alaska Humanities Forum, Story Telling Project: Pre War Pioneers, 1994 April 27; World War II experiences, 1994 April 28. 1987 April 27-28

Series 4: Recordings. Subseries 4d: Meeting tapes; 1983, 1985. 0.05 cubic feet. Oversize box. Cassette tapes are arranged according to meeting.

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Description Date
21/1-21/4 Older Alaskans Commission: Elder Abuse, #1, 9-10, OAC Meeting, Wednesday; Elder Abuse, #2, OAC Meeting, Wednesday, labeled “Rosemary;” Older Alaskans Commission Meeting #3, Wednesday; Fran Toland; Older Alaskans Commission #3, 1985 November 12. 1985, undated
21/5-21/7 Older Persons Action Group: OPAG meeting on legislative issues with Rose Palmquist; OPAG meeting, Rose Palmquist, 1983 June 21; Rose Palmquist, OPAG meeting, topics include inviting Hugh Malone to OPAG meeting and setting up meeting to discuss a December general meeting. 1983, undated

Series 4: Recordings. Subseries 4e: Miscellaneous tapes; 1982, 1983, 1991. (18 cassette tapes). 0.15 cubic feet. Oversize box.

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21/8 Violet Booth
21/9 Health Insight radio program from Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation: Dental Health 1983 February 15
21/10 Mariane Fitzgerald from Kodiak and Day Care for Seniors undated
21/11 Employment Training-Discussion of Office Space; Pauli Paxson undated
21/12 Annuity Program Proposal/Social Security/Pioneers Home; Dotty England undated
21/13 Yupik/Donations Needed/Senior Power/Problems with obtaining funding undated
21/14 Lifeline Prayer Meeting, KBRW Barrow in English & Inupiaq 1982 December 20
21/15 Side #1 – Holding Our Ground, Part 9. Also Janie Leask, AFN; undated. Side #2 – Native Artisans #9, Guide to Native Singing; working tape undated
21/16 Panel Discussion – Red Boucher, Gerry O’Connor, Mayor Tony Knowles undated
21/17 Representatives from Senior Citizens Programs in Delta Junction and Fairbanks, Kathy

Madison

undated
21/18 Review of R.F.P. and Grants; Forum undated
21/19 Thomas Frost: Interview with a resident of Kodiak-perhaps from Senior Center. Tells of past and present life in Kodiak. Speakers unknown undated
21/20 KTUU Senior Sound: Newlyweds, 2 minute report undated
21/21 KTUU: Narration # 18: Substandard Nursing Homes undated
21/22 Print Gazaway: Working Tape: Mental Health Lands Trust undated
21/23 Working Tape: Food cost survey undated
21/24 Senior Voice Story, KSKA Anchorage”: Radio report on Senior Voice 1991 November 16
21/25 Poster Artist Ryan: Interview with poster artist Art Simpson from Abbott Loop Christian Center undated

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings; 1970-2006. 4.9 cubic feet.

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5a: OPAG directories; 1983, 1985, 1987, 1992. 0.28 cubic feet. Oversize box. Files are in chronological order.

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Description Date
22/1 Directory for Older Alaska Consumers 1983
22/2 Directory for Older Alaskan Consumers 1985
22/3 Alaska Senior Citizens’ Guide: A Statewide Consumer Directory (4 copies) 1987-1988
22/4 Options-A Guide to Retirement Planning for Alaskans, revised edition (3 copies) 1983
22/5 Directory for Older Alaskans 1992

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5b: OPAG calendars; 1987, 1988. 0.02 cubic feet. Oversize box. Files are in chronological order.

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Description Date
22/6-22/7 Calendars 1987-1988

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5c: OPAG posters and pamphlets; 1983, 1986, 1988. 0.2 cubic feet. Oversize box. Files are in arranged by type.

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Description Date
22/8 Use Your Muscles to Help ‘Elders’ with Wood poster undated
22/9 Partners in Life poster 1985
22/10 Share a healthy day! poster 1986
22/11 Elders Teach Valuable Lessons poster 1988
22/12 Jobs for Older Workers pamphlet undated
22/13 Alaska is for Seniors too! pamphlet 1983

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5d: OPAG newspapers; 1970-1972, 1974, 1978-2006. 4.0 cubic feet. Oversize boxes. Files are in chronological order.

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Description Date
22/14 Mt. View Observer, Vol. I, Nos. 2, 4, 6, 9 (3 copies) 1971
22/15 Mt. View Observer, Vol. II, Nos. 1-3, 11, 12-16, 18 1972
22/16 OPAG News, Vol. I, Nos. 1 and 3 1970
22/17 Senior Sound, Summer and Autumn issues undated
22/18 West Side City News undated
22/19 West Side City News, Vol. 1, Nos. 10, 11, 12 (2 copies), 13, 14 (2 copies), 16, 19 1974 August-November
22/20 Senior Sound, volume 1 1978 June
23/1-23/11 Senior Voice, volume 1-11 1978-1984
24/1-24/6 Senior Voice, volume 12-17 1989-1994
25/1-25/3 Senior Voice, volume 18-20 1995-1997
26/1-26/7 Senior Voice, volume 21-27 1998-2004
27/1-27/3 Senior Voice, volume 28-33 2005-2010

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5e: reference materials; 1970-1972, 1976, 1978. 0.2 cubic feet. Files are in chronological order.

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Description Date
28/1 Alaska Statistical Review, State Department of Economic Development, Division of Economic Enterprise 1972
28/2 Fire Protection Services Plan for the Greater Anchorage Area Borough, GAAB Planning Commission 1970 July
28/3 Minimum Property Standards for Multifamily Housing, Federal Housing Administration 1971 February
28/4 Second Report of the Ombudsman, State of Alaska, Ombudsman 1976
28/5 State Plan on Aging for the State of Alaska for Fiscal Year 1978
28/6 Summary Report, National Indian Conference on Aging, Phoenix, Arizona, National Tribal Chairman’s Association 1976 June 15-17

Series 5: OPAG publications, reference material, and clippings. Subseries 5f: clippings and miscellaneous publications; 1971-1978. 0.2 cubic feet. Files arranged by type and topic therein.

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Description Date
28/7 Clippings on aging 1970-1976
28/8 Clippings on aging and OPAG 1979-1986, undated
28/9 Clippings on State Budget, Older Alaskans Commission, et al 1993
28/10 Poetry 1972
28/11 Miscellaneous newsletters 1969-1977, undated

Series 6: Visual materials; 1969-2001. 6.8 cubic feet. Files are arranged by type.

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Description Date
29/1 Mat-Su computers, 6 color slides 1984
29/2 Senior Voice computers, 12 color slides 1989
37/14 Color slides undated
42/46-52 Color slides and negatives undated, 1968-1985
29/3 Denakkanaaga, VHS videocassete, 9 minutes. Video Center Production, Fairbanks. Video on Denakkanaaga, Inc., a non-profit organization of Athabaskan elders in 43 Alaskan villages, recognized by the state on Nov. 10, 1983. 1983
34/8-13 Senior Voice photographs circa 1980
34/14 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1981
34/15-19 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1982
34/20-26 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1983
34/27-33 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1984
35/1-9 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1985
35/10-22 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1986
35/23-34 Senior Voice photographs undated, 1989-1990 January-December
36/1-13 Senior Voice photographs 1991 -1992 January
36/14-18 Senior Voice photographs 1992 February-December
40/1-11 Senior Voice photographs 1987
40/12-23 Senior Voice photographs 1988
40/24-33 Senior Voice photographs 1989
40/34-36 Senior Voice photographs 1992 April-August
40/37-40 Senior Voice photographs 1993 January-April
41/1-5 Senior Voice photographs 1993 May-December
41/6-16 Senior Voice photographs 1994 January-1995 January
41/17-25 Senior Voice photographs 1995 January-November
42/1 Senior Voice photographs 1995 December
42/2-4 Calendar photographs 1987-1989
36/24-49 Photographs: senior centers, volunteers, politicians, horseback riding, Palmer Pioneers Home, Senior Summer Games, Alaska Federation of Natives, Older Alaskans Commission commissioners, glacier cruise undated, 1970-1998
37/1-12 Photographs undated, 1978-1999
42/5-45 Photographs: Governor Cowper, OPAG staff, Rose, Penn Mutual Life Insurance, Longevity feature, 35th anniversary, Seldovia, OAC, Census, Medicare, Ludwig Ost, Estate planning, Centenarians, Fairbanks, Kotzebue, Chilkoot, Nome Elders’ Conference, Nome, Savoonga, Dillingham, Alaska travel, Bethel, Palmer, Sitka, Juneau, Surveying, Kenai, Elderhostel, Senior Citizens Banquet 1970-2001
37/13 “Alaska Welcomes You” photographs: printout, originals in electronic format. 1998
37/14 Photograph album: computers, international fair undated
39/1 Scrapbook 1969
39/2 Scrapbook 1972-1975
39/3 Scrapbook 1972

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