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Carol and Lloyd Lindsay family papers

Guide to the Carol and Lloyd Lindsay family papers


Collection number: HMC-1415.


Lindsay, Carol. 

Lindsay, Lloyd. 

Title: Carol and Lloyd Lindsay family papers.

Dates: 1936-1982. 

Volume of collection: 1 cubic foot.  

Language of materials: Materials in this collection are in English.

Collection summary: Papers, photographs, and films of an Anchorage area family.

Biographical note: 

Lloyd M. Lindsay Was born and raised in Anchorage Alaska, where he graduated from Anchorage High School in 1946. He married N. Carol Steinbrink in 1951. They had three sons, Kevin, Mark and Jonathan. Before passing away in 1996, Lloyd was a member of the Anchorage International Rotary Club for 31 years. 

Collection description: 

This collection consists of photographs, documents, and film belonging to Carol and Lloyd Lindsay. Photographs include an Anchorage Chamber of Commerce slide presentation and personal travel slides from various areas of Alaska. There are family photographs from Lloyd’s childhood, along with a photograph album of unidentified family photographs. There are large print photographs of Lloyd at an Anchorage International Rotary Club event. Documents include Christmas letters and personal correspondence to the Lindsays from extended family, and Lloyd’s High School diploma. There are also 11 16mm films taken by the Lindsays in Alaska and elsewhere.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged by type of material.

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

Rights note: Rights to materials created by Carol and Lloyd Lindsay have been transferred to the Archives. The collection may contain material under copyright that is not held by Archives & Special Collections.

Preferred citation: Carol and Lloyd Lindsay family papers, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Works used in preparation of inventory: 

Lloyd Lindsay obituary. Anchorage Daily News (Anchorage, Alaska), December 27, 1996: 16. NewsBank: Access World News – Historical and Current.

Acquisition note: The collection was donated by Jonathan Lindsay and delivered to the archives by Ira Perman in 2022. A deed of gift was signed by Jonathan Lindsay in 2022.

Processing information: This collection was described by Ashlyn Burns in 2023.

Container list:

Folder DescriptionDate
1Greater Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Presentation slides1964
2Personal slides: Eklutna Flats, Matanuska Valley, Homer, Fairbanks, Valdez, Lake Hood1952-1957
3Personal family photographs including childhood photos of Lloyd Lindsay1936-1982
4Album containing unidentified family photographsundated
58 x 10 prints: Palmer, Fairbanks, Anchorage Rotary Club eventundated
6Documents: A card from 1948, The Last Supper pamphlet, Alaska Airlines brochure, Wasilla-knit-willow creek Historical society memorial gift notification, 1962 Lindsay Christmas letter, 1969 Lindsay Christmas letter, personal letters to the Lindsays from family members, Lloyd Lindsay high school diploma, Canadian customs form.1948-1969
7“First movies & look” 16 mm film.1942
8“Kings lake & baby moose, Linda & woman, Kids & our trip outside 350 feet”undated
9Untitled film reel, 16 mm filmundated
10“Europe Trip Reel 1” 16 mm filmundated
11“Europe Trip Reel 2” 16 mm filmundated
12“Kevin” 16 mm filmundated
13“N.D. Trip Pres heads in Rushmore, North Dakota” 16 mm filmundated
14“Alaska 1954-Circle/Homer” 16 mm film1954
15“Leaving Alaska for Canada 1948; Dickie-Bobbie  1949” 16 mm film1948, 1949
16“Yellowstone park Encampment Float/senior citizen picnic Lockhart Beach” 16 mm filmundated
17“Creston Blossom Festival glass house 16 mm filmundated

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