UAA, Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies Records Inventory

UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA ANCHORAGE. INSTITUTE FOR CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH STUDIES. Records; 1979-1993. 9 cu. ft.

The Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies (ICHS) was created by the Alaska State Legislature in 1998.  Their mission is to “to improve the health of peoples of Alaska and other circumpolar areas through instruction, information services, and basic and applied research in health and medicine.”  ICSH works collaboratively with government agencies, Alaska Native health organizations, and Alaskan communities and also provides professional development and training in health-related issues.  The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies is also housed at ICHS.  The Institute is part of the University of Alaska system.

The records in the collection document the founding and the activities of the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies.  They are divided into several subgroups: Administration files, Operations files, files related to the Siberian Medical Research Program, and files related to the International Union for Circumpolar Health.  The collection contains meeting records, correspondence, publications, travel records, photographs and artifacts.

The collection was transferred to the archives in 1996 and 1998.

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BOX AND FOLDER LIST

Box 1

Subgroup 1. Administration
Files; n.d., 1983, 1985-1990.

Series 1. Proposal and Planning
Documents; 1988.

1. Proposal for the institute;
by the Univ. of Alaska-Siberia Medical Research Program (3 drafts);
Mar. 30, July 13, 1988.
2. Resume of Theodore A. Mala; July 1988.
3. Planning stage notes for new institute (handwritten);
1987-1988.
4. Legislation creating and funding institute (Senate
Bills 379 and 380); Jan.-Feb. 1988.

Series 2. Meeting Records;
1988-1990.

1. Notes from Deans and
Directors Meetings (3 different); Sep. 27, Dec. 19, 1988, Feb.
1989.
2. Alaska-U.S.S.R. Educational Exchange Committee records
(private organization); Meeting minutes; Sep. 7, 1988, Jan. 18,
Oct. 4, 1989.

-Event program; n.d.
3. Session paper presentation (Dr.Ted Mala) on 30 minute
523 micro cassette tape; May 25, 1990.
4. Meeting between Dr. Ted Mala and Dr. Behrend and Dr.
Beeton (meeting agenda and related attachments and photos); Nov.
2-3, 1988.

-13 b&w photo prints, approx. 4 X 6 inch.

Series 3. Correspondence;
n.d., 1983, 1985-1990.

1. Correspondence; 1983.
2. Correspondence; 1985.
3. Correspondence; Jan. 1986.
4. Correspondence; Feb. 1986.
5. Correspondence; Mar. 1986.
6. Correspondence; Apr. 1986.
7. Correspondence; May 1986.
8. Correspondence; June 1986.
9. Correspondence; July 1986.
10. Correspondence; Aug. 1986.
11. Correspondence; Sep. 1986.
12. Correspondence; Oct. 1986.
13. Correspondence; Nov. 1986.
14. Correspondence; Dec. 1986.
15. Correspondence; Jan. 1987.
16. Correspondence; Feb. 1987.
17. Correspondence; Mar. 1987.
18. Correspondence; Apr. 1987.
19. Correspondence; May 1987.
20. Correspondence; June 1987.
21. Correspondence; July 1987.
22. Correspondence; Aug. 1987.
23. Correspondence; Sep. 1987.
24. Correspondence; Oct. 1987.
25. Correspondence; Nov. 1987.
26. Correspondence; Dec. 1987.
27. Correspondence; Jan. 1988.
28. Correspondence; Feb. 1988.
29. Correspondence; Mar. 1988.

Box 2

30. Correspondence; Apr. 1988.
31. Correspondence; May 1988.
32. Correspondence; June 1988.
33. Correspondence; July 1988.
34. Correspondence; Aug. 1988.
35. Correspondence; Sep. 1988.
36. Correspondence; Oct. 1988.
37. Correspondence; Nov. 1988.
38. Correspondence; Dec. 1988.
39. Correspondence; Jan. 1989.
40. Correspondence; Feb. 1989.
41. Correspondence; Mar. 1989.
42. Correspondence; Apr. 1989.
43. Correspondence; May 1989.
44. Correspondence; June 1989.
45. Correspondence; July 1989.
46. Correspondence; Aug. 1989.
47. Correspondence; Sep. 1989.
48. Correspondence; Oct. 1989.
49. Correspondence; Nov. 1989.
50. Correspondence; Dec. 1989.

Box 3

51. Correspondence; Jan. 1990.
52. Correspondence; Feb. 1990.
53. Correspondence; Mar. 1990.
54. Correspondence; Apr. 1990.
55. Correspondence; May 1990.
56. Correspondence; June 1990.
57. Correspondence; July 1990.
58. Correspondence; Aug. 1990.
59. Correspondence; Sep. 1990.
60. Correspondence; Oct. 1990.
61. Correspondence; Nov. 1990.
62. Correspondence; n.d.

Series 4. Proposals; 1986-1988.
1. Theodore A. Mala proposal (and attachments), “Establishing
meaningful health sciences relationships between Alaska and Siberia.”;
Proposal for Participation in Health Scientist Exchange Program;
John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the
Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health; Feb. 12, 1986.
2. Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska,
proposal to the National Science Foundation; “Chronology
of Pleistocene Colonization of the New World: Analysis of mt
DNA” (23 pp.); June 26, 1987.
3. Proposal to the Fetzer Foundation for the funding of
a Fetzer Chair at the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies;
July 18, 1988.
4. Proposals for medical research projects in Siberia;
June-Aug. 1988.

Series 5. Agreements; 1986-1990.

1. Memorandum of Understanding
between the Ministry of Health of the USSR and the University
of Alaska Anchorage for the preparation of a working plan on
joint research on the fundamental problems of Adaptation to the
North; Aug. 1, 1986.
2. Memorandum of Understanding between the Siberian Branch
of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (Novosibirsk)
and the University of Alaska Anchorage for mutual cooperation;
Nov. 6, 1986.
3. Memorandum of the Eigthth Session of the US-USSR Joint
Committee for Health Cooperation; ca. Spring 1987.
4. Memorandum of Understanding between the Siberian Branch
of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences and the University of
Alaska, Anchorage (Siberian Medical Exchange Agreement); Nov.
4, 1987.

-Original agreements in English and Russian.

-A New Bridge For Health, History & Humanity (invitation
and program for signing ceremony, Egan Convention Center, Anchorage);
Nov. 4, 1987.
5. Memorandum of Understanding Between the Dept. Of Health
and Social Services, State of Alaska, and the Medical Service
Branch of the Dept. Of National Health and Welfare of Canada
(Alaska-Siberia-Canada Health Exchange Agreement); Feb. 28, 1988.

-Unsigned copies of agreement in English and French).

-Celebration Ceremony (invitation and program to ceremony in
Juneau); Feb. 28, 1988.
6. Agreement on the exchange of specialists between the
Institue of Biological Problems of the North of the Far Eastern
Branch of the USSR Acad. Of Sci. And Ministry of Health of the
Magadan Region Executive Committee from one side and the University
of Alaska Anchorage from the other side for 1989 (original signed
agreement in Russian and English); Oct. 15, 1988.
7. Agreement on Scientific Cooperation in Circumpolar
Health for 1988-1993 (see above parties); Oct. 15, 1988.
8. Preliminary Agreement for International Cooperation
between the University of Alaska and the Far Eastern Branch of
the Academy of Sciences of the USSR; Apr. 28, 1989.
9. Deposit agreements concerning bank account for activities
of the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies; Mar., July 1989.

-Deposit Agreement; Mar. 1, 1989.

-Second Amended Deposit Agreement; July 28, 1989.
10. Preliminary Agreement, Joint Venture for a Roman Catholic
Center For Religion in Magadan Region; between the Roman Catholic
Archdiocese of Anchorage, Alaska, USA, and the Committee for
Religious Activities, Magadan Region, USSR; June 8, 1990.

Series 6. Conferences and
Symposia; 1987-1990.

1. World Conference of
Health Workers on Social Well-Being, Health and Peace, Moscow,
May 29-June 1, 1987.

-Registration form for Theodore A. Mala.
2. 7th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Umea,
Sweden; June 8-12, 1987.

-Itinerary for Dr. Ted Mala; May 21-July 4, 1987.

-Hotel confirmation.

-News release (announcing Dr. Theodor Mala as the first permanent
Secretary Gen. of the International Union for Circumpolar Health
based in Anchorage); July 7, 1987.

-List of participants.

-Newsletter/Bulletin from the Canadian Society for Circumpolar
Health; May 1987.
3. Alaska-Siberia Symposium (Siberian Gateway Project
event); Apr. 23, 1988.

-Symposia brochure, schedule, program timeline, list of Alaska-Siberia/USSR
exchanges, and fact sheet.

Alaska-Soviet Far East Trade: Opportunities and Strategies;
Prepared for Alaskan Office of International Trade by Gunnar
Knapp with Elisa B. Miller; Apr. 1988.
4. Helping Heal the Whole Person and the Whole World:
A Conference of Consequence, Sponsored by the John E. Fetzer
Foundation; Kalamazoo, Michigan; June 23-25, 1988.

-Illustrated conference report and information sheet.
5. Conference of Arctic and Nordic Countries on Coordination
of Research in the Arctic, Leningrad, USSR; Dec. 12-15 1988.

-Conference program, lists of participants, and circular.

-Program for the Medical-Biological Scientific Study of the Participants
in the Long-Distance Sled Trip from Anadyr (USSR) – Kotzebue
(USA); (plan given to Ted Mala at conference).
6. The USSR: A Pacific Neighbor Conference, Univ. of Hawaii
at Manoa Campus Center; July 9-11, 1990.

Conference packet including:

-Conference program and registration Guide.

-Announcement for lecture by Dr. Theodore Mala on Relationships
Across the Bering Strait: Alaska and the Soviet Union
on
July 10, 1990.

-Indigenous Peoples Plenary Session Address; by Dr. Theodore
A. Mala (facsimile of text); July 10, 1990.
7. Third Northern Regions Conference: Cooperation in a
Changing World, Anchorage, Alaska; Sep. 16-20, 1990.

-Conference program.

Series 7. Certificates; 1987,
1990.

1. Alaska Legislature,
Senate Joint Resolution No. 26, in support of the University
of Alaska’s Siberian Medical Program (3 pp.); May 12, 1987.
2. Alaska Legislature, citation honoring Dr. Theodore
Mala; Feb. 14, 1990.
3. Alaska Legislature, citation honoring Dr. Alexsei Nikolaevich
Lebedev; May 8, 1990.
4. Alaska Legislature, citation honoring Dr. Yuri Petrovich
Nikitin; May 8, 1990.
5. Alaska Legislature, citations honoring Dr. Theodore
Mala, Dr. Alexsei Lebedev, and Dr. Yuri Nikitin (Nos. 2-4 above);
Feb. 14, May 8, 1990 (certificates matted and framed together,
hung in Archives Reading Room, outside dimensions: 1.25
X 20 X 34.25 inch).

Subgroup 2. Operations Files;
n.d., 1979, 1982-1993.

Series 1. Office Files; 1986-1990.

1. File codes for records;
c. 1988.
2. Personnel records; July 1988.

-Position Announcement, Administrative Assistant I; July 6, 1988.

-Recruiting request form, Graduate Assistant; c. July 1988.

-Position announcement, Graduate Assistant; July 27, 1988.
3. Budget documents; 1988-1989.
4. Stationery, routing sheet, and office location map;
c. 1988.
5. Notices and invitations; n.d., 1988-1990.
6. Lectures given by Dr. Theodore Mala, M.D., M.P.H. on
circumpolar health subjects (notices and invitations); n.d.,
1987, 1988, 1990.
7. News releases and wire stories; 1986-1989.
8. Legislation (drafts of health related bills and Senate
Journal entries from the Alaska Legislature); 1987-1988.
9. Telephone message book; Apr.-Dec. 1986.
10. Telephone message book; Mar.-Dec. 1987.
11. Telephone message book; Apr.-Dec. 1987.
12. Telephone message book; Jan.-Apr. 1988.

Box 5

Series 2. Travel Records;
n.d., 1984-1990.

Subseries 2a. Specific Travel
and Visit Records; 1987-1990.

1. University of Alaska
Delegation trip to Novosibirsk, Siberia; Sep. 7-11, 1987.
2. Soviet Academy of Medical Sciences visit to Alaska;
Oct. 31-Nov 12, 1987.

-Itineraries.

-“In the World of Real People” (text of speech given
by Soviet delegation).

-Newspaper clippings in Russian language newspapers.

-Speech by George N. Ahmagak, Sr., Mayor of North Slope Borough,
before the Soviet Delegation in Barrow; Nov. 6, 1987.
3. Canadian and Soviet medical delegations visit to Alaska
(in connection with the signing of

the Alaska-Siberia-Canada Medical Exchange Agreement); Feb. 24-Mar.
2, 1988.

Itineraries, agenda, and participant lists.
-Gov. Steve Cowper’s Remarks to Alaska-Canada-Siberia Banquet,
Feb. 28, 1988. Capital City Weekly
; Feb. 24-Mar. 2, 1988
(single issue of Juneau newspaper with cover story on the circumpolar
health agreement).

-Roundtable for Arctic Health Researchers (event announcement
and list of invited participants); Mar. 2, 1988.

-Treaty Proposal between the Siberian Branch of the USSR Academy
of Medical Sciences and Optometrist John J. Lounsbury of Arctic
Eye & Contact Lens, Fairbanks for discussion of methods of
treating vision deficiencies unique to cooler climates (copy
of signed document); Mar. 2. 1988.
4. Alaska Student Tour to Siberia, USSR; May 11-28, 1988.

-Program proposal, itinerary, and other tour documents.

-Original signed letter from the Gov. of Khabarovsk to Gov. Cowper
and trade proposal (in Russian), carried to Alaska by Ted Mala;
May 26, 1988.
5. Soviet Far East Trip Report, July 15-26, 1988; by Ginna
Brelsford, International Trade Specialist, Governer’s Office
of International Trade (7 pp.).
6. Meeting of Collaboration Between the Institue of Internal
Medicine SB AMS USSR and University of Alaska, Novosibirsk; Oct.
1988.

-Minutes; Oct. 13-14, 10-18, 1988.

-Our Suggesions on reentific relations between the Insitute of
Social and Economic Research (ISER, University of Alaska) and
the Dept. Of Complex Researches of Natural and Industrial Systems
(North-Eastern Complex Research Institute, Far-Eastern Branch
of the USSR Academy of Sciences); by Boris Krasnopolski; n.d.

-Itineraries for Ted Mala and Myrna Munson.

-Invitation for Theodore Mala from the Institute of Biological
Problems of the North for collaborative work in March of 1989
(in English and Russian).

-Medical, Biological and Social Aspects of Human Vital Activity
in the Subarctic; by

A. A. Aidaraliev, S.M. Navasardov. L.L. Solovenchuk, and N.V.
Shcareva, Institute of Biological Problems of the North, FEB
Acad. Sci, USSR Magadan (7 pp.); n.d.

-Photocopy of Russian language newspaper clipping; Oct. 11, 1988.
7. Alaska Trade and Friendship Mission to the Soviet Far
East; Oct. 19-29, 1988.

-Summary report; Dec. 1988.

-Chronology of Relationship Between Institute for Circumpolar
Health Studies, Dept. of Health and Social Services and Canada;
n.d.

-Correspondence, approved projects, medical research proposals,
and related documets; June-Nov. 1988.
8. Soviet visit to Anchorage; Feb. 18-Mar. 2, 1989.

-Preliminary List of Soviet visitors to Anchorage During the
Week of Feb. 20-27, 1989 (2 drafts).

-Soviet delegation visit schedule; Feb. 20-27, 1989.

-Tentative Scedule for Siberian Medical Researchers in Alaska,
February 18-March 2, 1989.

-Schedule for Dr. Aidaralieyev and Dr. Lebedev; Feb. 22-27, 1989.

-Agenda for meeting Doctor AA Aidaraliev and Doctor Alexi Lebedev
– February 22, 1989.

-Soviet -American Reunion Gala Reception, Performing Arts Center
(welcome program); Feb. 20, 1989.

-Glasnost Folkfest and Superpower Rock n’ Roll (program and 2
fliers for Siberian Gateway Project event); Feb. 24-25, 1989.
9. Bering Bridge Expedition (Scientific component coordinated
by Professor Ted Mala, Director of the Institute for Circumpolar
Health Studies, Univ. of Alaska Anchorage); Mar.-Apr. 1989.

-Invitation for discussion of expedition with author and explorer
Paul Schurke and Ted Mala, Director of the Institute for Circumpolar
Health Studies, along with a showing of the movie, “Eskimo,”
Providence Hospital Auditorium; July 29, 1988.

-Bering Bridge Expedition: Scientific Component (fact sheet);
Apr. 23, 1989.

-Application for Permit to Import or Transport Agents or Vectors
of Human Disease (for blood serum samples from Russian expedition
members, sent to Anchorage); Feb. 9, 1989.

-Expedition task delegation.

-Schedules and delegation lists for events at Kotzebue, Alaska;
May 7-9, 1989.

-Expedition information packet (includes photos, news releases,
biographies, and other information).

-Expedition banners (3 fabric, 1 paper).

-Expedition badge.
10. First Annual Medical/Biological Expedition to the
Magadan/Chukotka Region (Univ. of Alaska, Institute for Circumpolar
Health Studies; Magadan Regional Government, Dept. of Health,
USSR; State of Alaska, Dept. of Health & Social Services);
July-Aug. 1989.

-Guideline for making application for the expedition; Nov. 9,
1988.

-News release announcing expedition (University of Alaska Anchorage);
Mar. 9, 1989.

-Preliminary Program and Expenditures for 3 Week Visit of the
Group of American Specialists to be Held in June-July, 1989.

-1989-1990 Medical Work Plan.

-Personnel and equipment lists; n.d., Apr. 1989.

-Expedition report; by the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies;
Mar. 12, 1990.

-Sample Univ. of Alaska certificate of appreciation for participation
in expedition.

-Announcement for joint press conference (Alaska Dept. of Health
and Social Services and the Institute for Circumpolar Health
Studies); Aug. 11, 1989.

-Statement by expedition parties (signed certificate); Aug. 14,
1989.

-Information papers (USSR, Ministry of Civil Aviation); n.d.

-“SOS from Alaska” (handwritten note concerning air
travel between Alaska and Provideniya); n.d.

-Proposal by Provideniya Meat-milk Food Plant “Provideniya”
for Alaska firms interested in “Esetskoe” beer; n.d.
11. Vladimir Fedorovich Petrovsky, USSR Deputy Minister
of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador to the United States, visit
to Univ. of Alaska Anchorage; Oct. 12-14, 1989.

-Public Relations Plan for visit (UAA); Sep. 27, 1989.

-Announcement and fliers for Petrovsky speech at UAA Williamson
Auditorium on International Security Implications for the
North
; Oct. 13, 1989.

-Flier for public reception for Ambassador Petrovsky and Valentin
Kamenev, Consul General of the USSR stationed in San Francisco;
Oct. 14, 1989.

-News release giving new arrival time Petrovsky; Oct. 10, 1989.

Commonwealth North Reports (announcing Petrovsky address
to a special Commonwealth North forum at Sheraton Anchorage on
Oct. 13); Sep. 22, 1989.
12. Second Alaska-Magadan Medical Expedition; July-Aug.
1990.

-List of participants and expedition schedule; July 22-Aug. 3,
1990.

-Sample certificate of appreciation for participants (in English
and Russian by the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies and
the Health Dept., Magadan Region).

Subseries 2b. General Travel
Records; n.d., 1984-1990.

1. Itineraries and Schedules
(miscellaneous); n.d., 1987-1990.
2. Russian travel visas (photocopies and originals); 1986-1989.
3. Travel receipts and misc. records; n.d., 1986-1988.
4. Background and travel information on the Soviet Union;
n.d., 1984-1989.

-US Public Health Service Health Scientist Exchanges: Hungary,
Poland, Romania, Soviet Union, Yugoslavia; Administered by John
E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in Health
Sciences, National Institutes of Health; 1984.

UAA-USSR Relations and Background: 1985; by Ted Mala;
June 1985.

background notes, U.S.S.R; U.S. Dept. Of State, Bureau
of Public Affairs; Oct. 1985.

-General Information Concerning Visits to Siberian Coast During
Summer 1986, By

Ship Society Explorer.

A Handbook for Travel to the Soviet Union (For Use in US-USSR
Health Exchange Programs)
; Prepared by John E. Fogarty International
Center for Advanced Study in Health Sciences; U.S. Dept. of Health,
Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institutes
of Health; received July 22, 1986.

-Soviet Government Statement (concerning nuclear arms); received
Jan. 22, 1987.

-Background Paper for Senator Frank Murkowski in Support of Alaskan
Citizen’s Visits to the USSR, Subject: Provideniya; Jan. 1988.

-Policy on Visits and Exchanges with the Soviet Union (signed
by Alaska Gov. Steve Cowper); June 6, 1989.

-Health Care Information for Study Visitors to the USA Under
International Agreements

for Scientific and Cultural Exchange Programs; Blue Cross, Blue
Shield; n.d.

Box 6

Series 3. Publications; 1984,
1988-1990.

1. Institute for Circumpolar
Health newsletters (3 issues); Dec. 1988, Sep. 6, 1989, Mar.1990.
2. University of Alaska Anchorage publications with articles
about institute; Nov. 1988, June 1989.
3. Newsletter(s) with articles about institute; 1990.
4. The National Arctic Health Science Policy, American
Public Health Association Task Force
; American Public Health
Association Report Series (Policy booklet); ca. 1984., 32 pages).

Series 4. Newspaper and Magazine
clippings (photocopies); 1982-1990.

1. Alaska Journal
of Commerce
; 1987-1989.
2. Anchorage Daily News; n.d., 1982, 1983, 1985-1990.
3. The Anchorage Times; n.d., 1985-1990.
4. Fairbanks Daily News-Miner; 1987, 1989.
5. Juneau Empire and Capital City Weekly;
1987-1989.
6. Nome Nugget; 1987, 1989.
7. The Peninsula Clarion; 1987, 1989.
8. Tundra Times; n.d., 1985, 1987-1990.
9. Other Alaskan newspapers (including Aleutian Eagle,
The Arctic Sounder, Barrow Sun, The Borough Post, Bristol Bay
News, Cordova Times, Dan Sha, Homer News, Island News, Ketchikan
Daily News, Kodiak Daily Mirror, Mukluk News, Seward Phoenix
Log, Sitka Sentinel, Tundra Drums, and Valdez Vanguard
);
1987-1990.
10. Alaska student newspapers (including The Accent,
The Northern Light, UAA Voice
, and UAS Whalesong);
n.d., 1982, 1986-1990.
11. National/international newspapers and magazines (including The Chronicles of Higher Education, The Edmonton Journal,
International Herald Tribune, The London Times, The Los Angeles
Times, Moscow News, National Geographic, The New York Times,
Newsweek, USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, The Wall Street
Journal
, and The Washington Post); n.d., 1986-1989.
12. Local/regional newspapers (non-Alaskan, including The Deseret News, The Ingersoll Times,Nashua Telegraph, The
Oak Ridger, The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
, and The
Seattle Times
); 1985, 1986, 1987.
13. Medical and science journals (including American
Medical News, The Lancet, Harvard Public Health Review, Nuclear
Times
, and Science); 1986, 1987, 1989.
14. Moscow News; Union of Soviet Societies for
Friendship and Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries and
Novosti Press Agency (English language); 1986.
15. Foreign language newspapers (non-Russian, including L’Express, Le Point, Nexo Universitario, and Paris
Match
); n.d., 1985-1988.
16. Newspaper clippings (papers unknown); n.d., 1985,
1986, 1988.
17. Senior Voice; Oct. 1987.
18. Russian language publications; 1984-1988.
19. Russian language newspapers; 1985, 1987-1989 (oversize,
located in Box 18).

Box 7

Series 5. Miscellaneous Records;
n.d., 1986-1990.

1. Arctic Winds: International Students’ Circumpolar
Health Organization Newsletter
(single issue); Sep. 1986.
2. Medical paper by Siberian physicians; n.d.

-“Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases in Native Residents and
Newcoming Population of Circumpolar Area”; byYu. Nikitin,
Institute of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk, USSR (edited draft).

-“Arterial Hypertension and Risk Factors of CHD in Native
and Newcoming Population of Some Regions of Siberia and the Far
North”; by Yu. Nikitin, T. Astakhova, V. Khasnulin, N. Serova,
V. Gafarov, L. Ukolova, T. Filimonova, L. Sheludko, Yu. Bulgakov,
Institute of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk, USSR.
3. Russian language documents (unidentified); n.d., 1986-1989.

Box 8 (Album 1)

Series 6. Photographs; n.d.,
1985-1993 (93 b&w prints; 9,645 color prints; 4 b&w negatives,
136 color negatives).

Subseries 6a. Photographs
(3.5 X 5 and 4 X 6 inch); 1985-1993 (10 b&w prints,
3.5 X 5 inch; 9,603 color prints: 146-3.5 X 5, 9,457-4
X 6 inch; 135 color negatives, 35mm).

1. Preview of ‘Breaking
the Ice’ (File 1, Box 1); May 1985 (10 b&w prints, 3.5
X 5 inch).
2. University of Alaska Anchorage visit to the Soviet
Union; 1986 (50 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
3. Moscow, USSR (File 2, Box 1); May 1987 (42 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
4. Moscow, USSR (File 5, Box 1); May 1987 (20 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
5. SAMI Conference, Karasjok, Norway (File 6, Box 1);
June 1987 (16 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
6. Buckland, Alaska (File 7, Box 1); Nov. 1987 (25 color
prints, 4 X 6 inch).
7. Signing of the Alaska-Siberian Medical Exchange Agreement
(File 10, Box 1); Nov. 1987 (30 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
8. Signing of the Alaska-Siberian Medical Exchange Agreement,
Anchorage (File 12, Box 1); Nov. 4, 1987 (20 color prints, 4
X 6 inch).
9. Kotzebue and Siberian Medical Delegation, first visit
(File 13, Box 1); Nov. 11, 1987 (25 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
10. Umea, Sweden (File 14, Box 1); 1987 (5 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
11. Soviet and Canadian visit to Juneau; Feb. 26-29, 1988
(38 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
12. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
16, Box 1); May 1988 (23 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).

Box 9 (Album 2)

13. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File 18, Box
1); May 1988 (60 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
14. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
21, Box 1); May 1988 (31 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
15. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
23, Box 1); May 1988 (39 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
16. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
24, Box 1); May 1988 (44 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
17. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
1, Box 2); May 1988 (38 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
18. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
2, Box 2); May 1988 (24 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
19. Kharbarovsk/Irkutsk/Novosibirsk Trip via Japan (File
3, Box 2); May 1988 (47 color prints: 11-3.5 X 5 inch,
36-4 X 6 inch).
20. Novosibirsk (File 4, Box 2); May 1988 (29 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
21. Chevak-Bethel, Alaska (File 5, Box 2); May 1988 (36
color prints, 4 X 6 inch).

Box 10 (Album 3)

22. Chevak, Alaska Graduation and UAA Gradudation (File 6, Box 2);
May 1988 (28 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
23. IPPNW, Washington, D.C. (File 7, Box 2); May 1988
(19 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
24. Washington, D.C. and Juneau, Alaska (File 8, Box 2);
May 1988 (16 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
25. Irkutsk, Novosibirsk (File 9, Box 2); May 1988 (27
color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
26. Governor’s Reception/Little Diomede, USA (File 10,
Box 2); May 1988 (18 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
27. Kharbarovsk Region, USSR (File 12, Box 2); Oct. 1988
(22 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
28. IBPN Construction Site, Magadan, USSR (File 13, Box
2); Oct. 1988 (22 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
29. Bilibino, Magadan Region, USSR (File 14, Box 2); October
1988 (18 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
30. Bilibino District/Ostronoyo Village, Magadan Region,
USSR (File 15, Box 2); Nov. 1988 (15 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
31. Reindeer Herders, Bilibino District/Ostronoyo Village,
Magadan Region, USSR (File 16, Box 2); Nov. 1988 (18 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
32. Magadan Delegation, Anchorage International Airport;
Novosibirsk Delegation, 2 week visit to Alaska; Bering Bridge
Expedition, Anchorage’s Josephine’s Restaurant; Trade Fair, Magadan
Delegation, Egan Convention Center, Anchorage, Alaska; Magadan
Delegation Farewell, Hilton Hotel, Anchorage (File 17, Box 2);
Feb. 20-Mar.26, 1989 (27 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
33. Provideniya; Mar. 27-31, 1989 (6 color prints, 4 X
6 inch).
34. JCOC, Department of Defense (File 18, Box 2); May
19, 1989 (28 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
35. JCOC 54 (File 19, Box 2); May 17-19, 1989 (34 color
prints, 4 X 6 inch).
36. JCOC 54 (File 20, Box 2); May 15-17, 1989 (19 color
prints, 4 X 6 inch).

Box 11 (Album 4)

37. JCOC 54 (File 21, Box 2); May 19, 1989 (26 color prints, 4 X
6 inch).
38. Magadan, USSR: developed from slides (File 22, Box
2); July 6-Aug. 16, 1989 (24 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
39. Nome, Alaska (File 23, Box 2); July 20-21, 1989 (20
color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
40. Magadan medical delegation visits Alaska; Aug. 1989
(17 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
41. Soviet Consul General-Ambassador Dubinin, Anchorage,
Alaska (File 24, Box 2); Oct. 14-17, 1989 (50 color prints, 4
X 6 inch).
42. Magadan Nursing School: Magadan/Anadyr (File 25, Box
2); Nov. 24, 1989 (31 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
43. Magadan Medical School; Nov. 24, 1989 (25 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
44. Nome, Alaska: Customs and Iditarod; Mar. 1990 (17
color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
45. 1990 Univ. Of Alaska Anchorage, Magadan-Chukotka Medical
Expedition: Anchorage to Anadyr; July 21, 1990 (9 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
46. Dennis Robbins photos from 1990 Alaska-Siberian Medical
Expedition; July-Aug. 1990 (50 color prints, 4 X 6 inch; 119
color negatives, 35mm).
47. 1990 Univ. Of Alaska Anchorage, Magadan-Chukotka Medical
Expedition: Reception at the Hickels’ residence; Aug. 1990 (3
color prints, 4 X 6 inch; 4 color negatives, 35mm).
48. 1990 Univ. Of Alaska Anchorage, Magadan-Chukotka Medical
Expedition: Group photos; Aug. 13, 1990 (5 color prints, 3.5
X 5 inch; 4 color negatives, 35mm).
49. 1990 Alaska-Siberian Medical Expedition: Matanuska
Valley; Aug. 19, 1990 (18 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
50. Meeting (in Anchorage?); Aug. 22, 1990 (3 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
51. Northern Regions Conference; Sep. 1990 (3 color prints,
4 X 6 inch).
52. Bering EMS Committee Meetings in Anchorage; Aug. 23,
Sep. 21, 24, 1990 (11 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
53. Providence plane, navigator, Sanchat; Sep. 27-Oct.
29, 1990 (7 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).

Box 12 (Album 5)

54. Staff meeting and Lebedev’s plaque; Nov. 21, 29, 1990 (2 color
prints, 4 X 6 inch).
55. Anton Adveenko at Providence (burn patient); n.d.,
Nov. 30, 1990 (44 color prints:
4-3.5 X 5 inch, 40-4 X 6 inch).
56. Ted Mala’s Farewell Ceremony, Arts Building Lobby;
Bering EMS Meeting, Univ. Lake Building Conference Room; Lisenko
& Shukan, ICHS Office; Dec. 11, 1990, Feb. 14, 23, 1991 (12
color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
57. Meeting with Lisenko and Shukan at Hickel’s Office,
Frontier Building; Mar. 2, 1991
(4 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
58. Nursing School reception for Kosenko, Allied Health
Sciences Building; Apr. 5, 1991
(9 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
59. Kamchatka Trip; Apr. 14-18, 1991 (24 color prints,
3.5 X 5 inch).
60. Nursing School exchanges; Spring 1991 (30 color prints:
14-3.5 X 5 inch, 16-4 X 6 inch).
61. Alaska-Siberian Medical Exchange Expedition: group
photos, Alaska Native Medical Center tour, etc.; n.d., June 17-Aug.
18, 1991 (29 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
62. Rescue Service: U.S. humanitarian effort across Russian-U.S.
dateline to aid burned Russian boys (Annotated photos from various
sources for M. Reiss article); Apr. 5, 11, 20, 22, 23, 1992 (82
color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
63. Medical Equipment Flight to Magadan (Roll #1): Beds
at OLC and airport loading; July 8, 1992 (43 color prints, 4
X 6 inch).
64. Signing of Second Magadan Agreement; Feb. 1-2, 1993
(15 color prints, 4 X 6 inch).
65. Trip to Magadan (hospital photos from Laura Robinson);
Aug. 1993 (12 color prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
66. Naval Arctic Research Station, Barrow; n.d. (24 color
prints, 4 X 6 inch).
67. Miscellaneous and duplicate photos; n.d., 1989-1991,
1993, 1995 (25 color prints: 13-3.5 X 5 inch, 12-4 X 6
inch; 19 different; 8 color negatives, 35mm).

Box 13 (Album 6)

Subseries 6b. Photographs
(5 X 7 inches or larger, or in album); 1985-1991 (84 b&w
prints; 11 color prints; 4 b&w negatives, 4 X 5 inch; 1 color
negative, 120 size).

1. University of Alaska
Anchorage visit to Siberia; 1985 (2 b&w prints, 5 X 7 inch).

1. Left to right: Translator, Dr. William Townsend, unknown woman,
Dr. Yuri Nikitin, Natasha Alexseeva (Nikitin’s secretary), Dr.
David Outcalt (UAA Chancellor), Mr. Vladimir Panchinkhin (Soviet
Medical Worker’s Union), unknown woman, and Dr. Theodore Mala.

2. Left to right: Mrs. Marcia Outcalt, Chancellor Dr. David Outcalt,
Dr. William Townsend, Natasha Alexseeva, and Dr. Theodore Mala.
2. Drafting and signing of the memorandum of understanding
between the University of Alaska at Anchorage and the Siberian
Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences; Aug. 1, 1986 (5 b&w
prints, 8 X 10 inch).

1. Drafting Memorandum of Understanding. Ambassador (designee)
Steven Rhinesmith

and Dr. Theodore Mala, University of Alaska, Anchorage.

2. Left to right: U.S. Senator Frank Murkowski, Dr. Theodore
Mala, Ivan K. Nikitin (USSR Ministry of Health), Vyachesliv Kaydash
(USSR Ministry of Health), and unknown man.

3. Left to right: U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, Dr. Theodore Mala,
and Vyachesliv Kaydash.

4. Signed agreement and pens on desk.

5. Dr. Theodore Mala shaking hands with unknown man.
3. University of Alaska Anchorage-Soviet Academy of Medical
Sciences Agreement; Rob Stapleton, photographer; Nov. 1987 (3
b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
4. Bering Bridge Expedition (expedition members on skiis
and two holding American and Soviet flags); Apr. 1989 (1 b&w
print, 5 X 7 inch).
5. Soviet Amabassador Yuri Dobinin’s visit to Juneau;
Oct. 16-17, 1989 (3 color prints).

1. Dr. Ted Mala standing outside with Ambassador Dobinin and
unidentified man (5 X 7 inch on foam core).

2 & 3. Dr. Ted Mala presenting plaque to Dobrinin. Left to
right: Ted Mala, U.S. Secretary of State James Baker, and Yuri
Dobinin, Soviet Ambassador to U.S. (2 prints, 1-8 X 12 inch,
1-8 X 11 inch).
6. Univ. of Alaska Anchorage, Institute for Circumpolor
Health Studies, Magadan-Chukotka Medical Expeditions (group photos);
1989-1991 (1 b&w print, 5 X 7 inch; 13 color prints: 4-5
X 7 inch, 3-8 X 10 inch, 2-8 X 12 inch, 4-11 X 14 inch; 1 color
negative, 120 size; 7 different).

1. ICHS – 1989 Expedition to Magadan & Chukotka, USSR; July
1989 (1 color print, 11 X 14 inch, matted and framed, outside
dimensions: 1.25 X 16 X 19 inch, located in Box 21;
1 color negative, 120 size).

2. First Alaska-Magadan/Chukotka Medical Expedition, Anchorage,
Alaska 21 July to 15 August 1989. Top row (left to right); P.P.
Shookan, E.A. Esmakayev, S.A. Yelisyekin, M.W. Core, A.N. Lebedev.
Bottom Row (left to right): T. Mala, Y.V. Bulgakov, V.E. Pisankin,
M.E., Etirintina, A.A. Vernie, L.E. Abryutina, Y.E. Yerilov,
V. Allen, M.A. Hunstiger (2 color, 8 X 12 inch; one print matted
and framed, hung in Archives Reading Room, outside dimensions:
1.25 X 12 X 16 inch).

3. Ted. Mala and Professor Aidaraliyev in Provideniya; July 1,
1989 (1 b&w, 5 X 7 inch).

4. 2nd Annual ICHS-UAA Magadan-Chukotka Medical Expedition, Provideniya,
USSR, 21 July to 3 August, 1990 (2 color, 1-8 X 10 inch, 1-11
X 14 inch and located in Box 18).

5. Second Alaska-Magadan/Chukotka Medical Expedition, Anchorage,
Alaska, 11-24 August 1990. Top row (left to right): A. Tambortzev,
V. Petrov, Z. Beljaeva, V. Sergeev, B. Riasantev. Third row:
A. Belkin, Y. Kvan. Second row: V. Sokolov, V. Fiodorova. Front
row: P. Cochran, S. Kruchinina, A. Goncharenko, V. Kapralova,
T. Mala (2 color, 8 X 10 inch; one print matted and framed, outside
dimensions: 1.25 X 12.25 X 13.25 inch; located
in Box 18).

6. ICHS – 1991 Expedition to Magadan & Chukotka, USSR; July
1991 (4 color: 3-5 X 7 inch, 1-11 X 14 inch print matted and
framed, outside dimensions: 1.25 X 16 X 19 inch, located
in Box 21).

7. Magadan Region Ministry of Health, 1991 Expedition to Alaska;
Aug. 1991 (2 color: 1-5 X 7 inch, 1-11 X 14 inch print matted
and framed, hung in Archives Reading Room, outside dimensions:
1¼ X 16 X 19 inch).
7. ASMA Journal photos; Mar. 1991 (3 b&w prints,
5 X 7 inch; 4 b&w negatives, 4 X 5 inch; 4 different).

1. Reindeer Herding Camp. Dr. Ted Mala examining small girl;
July 30, 1990 (print & negative).

2. Reindeer Herding Camp. Larissa Abnutiyna in her medical tent;
July 30, 1990 (print and negative).

3. Girl with ankle in brace in preparation for surgery; n.d.
(print & negative).

4. Surgery on girl’s anke; n.d. (negative only).
8. Miscellaneous photos in 3 X 12 X 18 inch album (most
unidentified); n.d., 1988, 1989 (57 b&w prints, 15 color
prints; various sizes: 2 X 2.5 to 11 X 14 inch; located
in Box 19).
9. Photo Display: “Around the Soviet Union”
(Including copy of exhibit text with photo captions of 25 photos
in English and Russian); 1987 (20 prints: 11 b&w, 9 color,
all Approx. 12 X 16 inches)(oversize, located in Box 20).

Note: 7 b&w prints are mounted on foam core and puckered.
Color prints are somewhat faded.
10. Miscellaneous oversize prints; n.d. 1979 (1 b&w,
2 color)(Located in Box 20).

1. “Its a Girl”; photo by Theodore Mala; young native
girl watching baby in swing; 1979 (color print mounted on board,
11.5 X 13.5 inch).

2. Russian doctor and nurse examine native man in chair inside
airplane; n.d. (b&w print, 11.5 X 14 inch).

3. Flower garden in Russian square, location unknown; n.d. (color
print, 12 X 16 inch, severely faded).

Box 14

Series 7. Color Slides; n.d.,
1985-1991 (2,388 color slides, 35mm).

Note: These slides were originally in slide boxes and labeled
as such. They were taken out of the boxes and placed in order
in slide pages and folders. The number of slides for each division
or section is indicated in parentheses.

1-3. Slides from Box 1; 1985, 1986 (490 slides
total).

1-1. Finland; June 1985 (17).

1-2. Madrid, Spain; June 1985 (2).

1-2. Sweden; June 1985 (1).

1-2. Bordeaux, France; June 1985 (1).

1-2. Paris, France; June 1985 (13).

1-3 & 1-4. Irkutsk; June 1985 (45).

1-5. Irkutsk-Baikal; June 1985 (12).

1-5. Baikal Village; June 1985 (7).

1-6. Lake Baikal; June 1985 (3).

1-6. Lake Baikal (commercial travel slides); 1984-1985 (21).

1-7 & 1-8. Baikal; June 1985 (39).

1-8. Moscow; June 1985 (12).

1-8. Yakutia; June 1985 (commercial slides of artifacts); 1957
(3).

1-8. Zagorsk (Smolsky Institute); June 1985 (1).

1-9. Kharbarsk; June 1985 (19).

1-10 & 1-11. Leningrad (St. Petersburg); June 1985 (29).

1-11. Novosibirsk; June 1985 (19).

1-12 & 1-13. Diomede (Island); May 1986 (47).

1-14 & 1-15. Buckland, Alaska; May 1986 (31).

1-15. Kotzebue, Alaska; May 1986 (4).

1-15. Nome, Alaska; May 1986 (10).

1-15. Commercial slides (Alaska); n.d. (2).

1-16. St. Nicholas Cathedral, Leningrad (St. Petersburg; Nov.
1986 (21).

1-17. Bekhterev Institute, Leningrad (St. Petersburg); Nov. 1986
(15).

1-17. Medical High School, Leningrad (St. Petersburg); Nov. 1986
(9).

1-17. Leningrad (St. Petersburg); Nov. 1986 (1).

1-18. City view, Lena River, Leningrad (St. Petersburg); Nov.
1986 (1).

1-19 & 1-20. Moscow sites; Nov. 1986 (37).

1-20. Institute of Occupational Health, Moscow; Nov. 1986 (3).

1-21 & 1-22. Alaskans for Peace, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (34).

1-23 & 1-24. Japan sites; Nov. 1986 (20).

1-23 & 1-24. Street parade, Japan; Nov. 1986 (12).

4-6. Slides from Box 2; Oct.-Nov. 1986 (450 slides total).

2-1 to 2-3 Kharbarovsk Medical Institute; Nov. 1986 (62).

2-4. October Day Parade, Kharbarovsk; Oct. 17, 1986 (26).

2-5 & 2-6. Kharbarovsk City; Nov. 1986 (33).

2-7. Kharbarovsk Regional Hospital; Nov. 1986 (24).

2-8. Kharbarovsk Regional Museum; Nov. 1986 (15).

2-8. Kharbarovsk Sports Complex; Nov. 1986 (7).

2-9. Sanatorium Usuri, Kharbarovsk; Nov. 1986 (17).

2-9. Television station, Kharbarovsk; Nov. 1986 (1).

2-10. School, Kharbarovsk; Nov. 1986 (12).

2-10. Kintergarten No. 71, Kharbarovsk; Nov. 1986 (5).

2-11. Institute of Physiology, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (25).

2-12. Institute of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986
(13).

2-12. Biochemistry Lab, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (11).

2-13 & 2-14. Insititute of Internal Medicine, Novisibirsk;
Nov. 1986 (36).

2-15. Institute of Experimental Medicine, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986
(17).

2-16. Institute of CE Medicine, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (15).

2-17. Medical School, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (20).

2-18. Praesidium, SBAMS, Novisibirsk (including press conference
on Oct. 25, 1986); Nov. 1986 (7)

2-19. Traditional House, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (3).

2-19. Health Resort, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (6).

2-19. Nikitin family and dinner at Nikitin home, Novosibirsk;
Nov. 1986 (4)

2-19. Hotel room, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (3).

2-19. Branch Berries, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (2).

2-19. Distance Map, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (1).

2-20. Collective Farm, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (14).

2-20. Cathedral, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (13).

2-21. Academy of Agriculture, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (9).

2-21. Institute of Genetics, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (7).

2-21. Library of Sciences, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (2).

2-22. Institute of History, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (13).

2-22. Academygorodok and English Club, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986
(5).

2-22. Folk Festival, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (4).

2-22. Scenes, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (4).

2-23 & 2-24. Ob River Outing, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (31).

2-24. Boat on Lena River, Novosibirsk; Nov. 1986 (3).

7-9. Slides from Box 3; 1987-1989 (451 slides total).

3-1 & 3-2. Prudhoe Bay; May 1987 (36).

3-3. Cambridge, England; 1987 (22).

3-4. Dr. Nikitin, Kotzebue, Alaska; Jan. 1988 (14).

3-5 & 3-6. Reindeer Herders, Chukotka; Oct. 1988 (37).

3-6. IBPN; Oct. 1988 (17).

3-7 to 3-9. Zagorsk; Oct. 1988 (49).

3-7 & 3-9. Kharbarovsk; Oct. 1988 (8).

3-9. Bilibino; Oct. 1988 (5).

3-9. Tuberculosis ward, Magadan; Oct. 1988 (2).

3-9. Magadan Nursing School; Oct. 1988 (1).

3-10 to 3-12. Alaska Airlines Friendship Flight; Mar. 1989 (53).

3-13 to 3-15. Seriniki; Apr. 1989 (43).

3-16. Seals; Apr. 1989 (15).

3-17 & 3-18. Bering Bridge Expedition Medical Component;
Apr. 1989 (38).

3-19. Anadyr; Apr. 1989 (24).

3-20. Beer Bottling Plant, Provideniya (4).

3-20 to 3-23. Provideniya; Apr. 1989 (62).

3-24. Port, bay, Main Street, and snow machine, Provideniya;
Apr. 1989 (19)

3-8 & 3-23. X-rays; Apr. 1989 (2).

Box 15

10 & 11. Slides from Box 4 (Alaska-Siberia Medical
Expedition); July 1989 (382 total slides).

Note: These slides are placed in chronological order irregardles
of original slide

numbering system.

Dry goods store?; July 1, 1989 (1).

3-21 & 4-6. Meeting in Provideniya, and Provideniya ship;
July 2, 1989 (7).

4-6. Provideniya ship; July 3, 1989 (10).

4-6. Building construction site, Magadan; July 4, 1989 (1).

4-8 & 4-11. Magadan; July 5, 1989 (18).

4-8. Magadan; July 6, 1989 (8).

4-8, 4-9, 4-10. Magadan; July 7, 1989 (14).

4-10 & 4-16. Magadan; July 8, 1989 (13).

4-15 & 4-16. Bilibino; July 9, 1989 (14).

4-2, 4-3, 4-7, 4-15, & 4-16. Bilibino Reindeer Herders; July
10, 1989 (45).

4-3, 4-14, 4-15. Pevek; July 11, 1989 (28).

4-3, 4-4, 4-7, 4-13. Pevek, mine, Bilibino Reindeer Herders;
July 12, 1989 (34).

Magadan street scene?; July 13, 1989 (1).

4-11 & 4-12. Magadan; July 15, 1989 (4).

4-11 & 4-12. Magadan; July 16, 1989 (4).

4-11 & 4-12. Magadan; July 17, 1989 (3).

4-1 & 4-12. Provideniya and Anadyr; July 18, 1989 (6).

4-1. Provideniya and Anadyr; July 19, 1989 (7).

4-17. Nome; July 20, 1989 (1).

4-17. Nome; July 21, 1989 (10).

4-18. Alaska-Siberian Title Slides; n.d. (12).

4-19. Legal Medicine-Forensic Slides; n.d. (35).

4-20 & 21. Legal Medicine-Forensic Slides; n.d.(35).

4-1, 4-22 to 4-24. Slides made in USSR (commercial travel slides);
1979, 1984, 1985 (68).

Miscellaneous slides: Arts Building, UAA; Alaska Siberian Medical
Expedition Team, 1990; Alaska Highway (focus slide); n.d., 1990
(3).

12 & 13. Slides from Box 5 (Alaska-Siberia Medical
Expedition); July 22-30, 1990 (409 total slides).

5-1. Group meeting in Magadan; July 22, 1990 (5).

5-1. L.T. scanner; July 22, 1990 (9).

5-2 to 5-4. Tour of Magadan Regional Hospital; July 22, 1990
(48).

5-5. Lebedev’s office, Town Square, and Hotel Magadan; July 23,
1990 (18).

5-6. Shopping, hotel restaurant, and meeting with Kobets and
others; July 23, 1990 (18).

5-7. Magadan Nursing School; July 24, 1990 (18).

5-8. Afanaseva child examination, and Lebedev’s and Khokhorina’s
offices; July 25, 1990 (17).

5-9. Ceremony in Lebedev’s office; July 25, 1990 (17).

5-10. Flight to Pevek and city of Pevek; July 26, 1990 (24).

5-11. Pevek pharmacy, bus, and heliport; July 27, 1990 (16).

5-12. Helicopter flight to Komsomolski; July 27, 1990 (17).

5-13. Approach to Komsomolski, polyclinic, and wedding party;
July 27, 1990 (20).

5-14. Machine shop and greenhouse, Komsomolski; July 27, 1990
(19).

5-15. Approach to Vostoachny Camp; July 27, 1990 (20).

5-16. Vastoachny Camp; July 27, 1990 (16).

5-17. Vastoachny Camp; July 27, 1990 (19).

5-18. Vastoachny Camp; July 27, 1990 (19).

5-19. Granite columns, departure from Vastoachny by helicopter,
and Vastoachny Camp; July 27, 1990 (32).

5-20. Bird sanctuary and helicopter; July 27, 1990 (17).

5-22. Picnic near Pevek; July 1990 (10).

5-23. Flight from Pevek to Bilibino, and Bilibino pharmacy; July
29, 1990 (12).

5-24. Departure, flight, and approach to reindeer camp; July
30, 1990 (18).

14. Slides from Box 6; n.d., July 30-Aug. 3, 1990 (206
total slides).

6-1. Reindeer camp and medical team tent; July 30, 1990 (15).

6-2. Reindeer camp residents; July 30, 1990 (22).

6-3. Display of crafts, medical team equipment, and ground squirrel
and horses at reindeer camp; July 30, 1990 (18).

6-4. Reindeer camp, departure flight, and Bilibino graveyard;
July 30, Aug. 1, 1990 (24).

6-5. Bilibino and nuclear reactor area, and Bilibino greenhouse;
Aug. 1, 1990 (14).

6-6. Bilibino greenhouse, flights to Anadyr and then to Provideniya,
and Provideniya customs; Aug. 1 & 3, 1990 (19).

6-7. Reindeer slaughter (Dennis Robbins photos); c. July 30,
1990 (16).

6-8. Reindeer camp (Dennis Robbins photos); c. July 30, 1990
(18).

6-9 & 6-10. Assorted medical expedition slides (most are
Dennis Robbins photos); July-Aug. 1990 (47).

6-11. BEMS Meeting; Sep. 21, 1990 (13).

Box 16

Series 8. Artifacts; n.d.,
1986, 1987.

1. University of Alaska
Siberia Medical Research Program (wooden plague, 6½ X
13 X ¾ inch); 1986.
2. United States Senate pen from signing of the memorandum
of understanding between the University of Alaska at Anchorage
and the Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences; Aug.
1, 1986.
3. Health, History & Humanity (jade paperweight, 4¼
X 4¼ X ¼ inch); Sep. 1987.
4. Alaska-Siberian Medical Research Program (marble paperweight
in the shape of a book, 3 X 4 X 1 inch); n.d.

Box 17

Subgroup 3. Siberian Medical
Research Program Related Files; 1982-1988.

Series 1. General Program
Records; 1985-1988.

1. Report of items in
program records; Dec. 1985-July 1988.
2. Summary organization records; 1987.

-A Brief History of the UA-Siberian Medical Research Program,
1982-1987.

-Overview of Program Plan; Aug. 1987.

-October Celebration of Alaska/Siberia Exchange Agreement Signing
and Soviet Delegation Alaskan Visit: A Sponsorship Proposal;
Aug. 31, 1987.

-1987 Arctic Science Conference Abstract: The University of Alaska’s
Proposed International Center for Circumpolar Health Studies;
1987.

-Fact Sheet(s); Aug. 1987.

-The University of Alaska-Siberian Medical Research Program:
A Circumpolaar Model Agreement; by Theodore A. Mala, MD, MPH,
Secretary General, International Union for Circumpolar Health,
University of Alaska, Anchorage, USA (submitted for publication);
1987.

-Work Plan FY88 (with budget); 1987.
3. Siberian Medical Research Program Newsletter (2 issues); Sep. 1, Oct. 8, 1987.
4. University of Alaska publications with stories about
program; 1985, 1987-1989.
5. Newsletters with stories about program; 1984-1989.
6. “Breaking the Ice: The Alaska-Siberia Medical
Research Project” videotape; 1987-1988.

-Videotape: #1. Breaking the Ice, #2. Novosibirsk, #3. Signing
Ceremony, #4. Stevens/Murkowsky; Dec. 7, 1987.

-Excerpt from KAKM Program Guide; Oct. 1987.

-Third draft of complete script; n.d.

-Invitation and information packet on program for private screening
of video on May 17, 1987.
7. “University of Alaska, Siberia Medical Research
Program” (illustrated newspaper with events calendar; photographs
by Rob Stapleton; color cover with b&w within; 8 pages, 11½
X 14 inch); 1987 (oversize, located in Box 18).

Series 2. Office Records;
n.d., 1987-1988.

1. Logo, letterhead, and stationery; c. 1987.

2. Budget documents; 1987, 1988.

3. Potential donor lists; n.d.

4. Notices and invitations; n.d., Apr. 1987-May 1988.

-“Medical Care in the Soviet Union: Adaptions to the North”
(notice of presentation); Nov. 3, 1987? (11 X 17 inch, 7 copies,
located in Box 18).

-“North to the Pole” (notice of presentation, Bering
Bridge Expedition); Aug. 11, 1988 (11 X 17 inch, located in Box
18
).

Series 3. Miscellaneous Records;
n.d., 1987-1988.

1. Alaska Federation
of Natives, Resolution No. 22; 1987.
2. Text of Speech to Chevak School Graduating Class, Chevak,
Alaska, Graduation Day Ceremony, May 5, 1988; by Theodore A.
Mala.
3. Research Information Request Form; n.d.
4. Alaska State Legislature, Fifteenth Legislature, Senate
Joint Resolution No. 26 in support of Siberian medical research;
n.d.
5. Program, Alaskan of the Year ceremony, Governor’s Award
Honoree; Mar. 30, 1988.
6. Governor’s Award presented to program (photocopy);
1988.

Subgroup 4. International
Union for Circumpolar Health Related Files; 1986-1989.

Series 1. Minutes and Agenda;
1987-1989.

1. Minutes, First IUCH
Assembly at Umea, Sweden; Sep. 1987.
2. Proposed agenda for Ottawa Council Meeting; Apr. 22,
1988.
3. Minutes, IUCH Council Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario Canada;
July 1, 1988.
4. Proposed meeting agenda, Coucil Meeting in Yellowknife,
NWT Canada (Apr. 6, 1989, first draft); Mar. 10, 1989.

Series 2. Correspondence;
1987-1988.

1. Correspondence; 1987-1988.

Series 3. Articles and Publications;
1986-1988.

1. IUCH Newsletter (2
issues); Sep. 1987, May 1, 1988
2. Articles; 1986-1987.

-“Circumpolar Health Union Formed”; UAA Reporter;
May 1986.

-“Mala Elected Secretary General”; Heartbeat (Alaska
State Medical Assoc. newsletter); Aug. 1987.
3. International Council of Scientific Unions, Statutes
and Rules of Procedure; Sep. 1986.

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