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H.C. Curtis slides and photographs

Guide to the H.C Curtis slides and photographs
circa 1990

Collection number: HMC-1444.
Creator: Unknown.
Title: H.C. Curtis slides and photographs.
Date: circa 1990.
Volume of collection: .02 cubic feet. 
Language of materials: Collection materials entirely in English. 
Collection summary: Slides and photographs depicting Anchorage, Alabama, and the Black Student Achievement Program at West High School.

Biographical note: 
Biographical information on this individual is not available at this time. The name H.C. Curtis and the letters ASBD were located on the auction box.

Collection description: 
This collection contains 70 color slides depicting scenes around Anchorage and Alabama and the Black Student Achievement Program at West High School around 1990. The collection also contains two photographs depicting 4 children in dresses standing in a lawn.

Arrangement: The collection is in the order in which it arrived at the Archives.

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

Use restrictions: Due to copyright restrictions, the Archives and researchers may not reproduce items from the collection. If you believe you are the copyright holder, please contact the Archives.

Rights note: The Archives does not own copyright to this collection.

Preferred citation: H.C. Curtis slides and photographs, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Related materials: For other collections relating to African American history in Alaska, see our African American history in Alaska topic guide.

Custodial history: This collection was purchased by Samuel Rollins in January 2024 at auction.

Acquisition note: Samuel Rollins donated this collection to the Archives in January 2024.

Processing information: This collection was described by Connor Benson in 2024.

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