Follow the links to collection descriptions and inventories for collections relating to African American History in Alaska. You can keyword search all of our collection descriptions and inventories by using the search box available at the top of each page.
Alaska Black Caucus, Inc. records; 1975-1993. HMC-0003. Records of an organization dedicated to advancing the well-being of the African-Americans in Alaska.
Black Arts Association records; 1972-1980. HMC-0070. Records of an organization promoting artistic engagement for African Americans in Anchorage.
Blacks in Alaska History Project records; 1953-2004. HMC-0681. Project records and research files related to a project documenting African Americans in Alaskan history.
Willard L. Bowman papers; 1952-1979. HMC-0073. Political campaign papers and human rights related materials of African-American legislator.
Bettye Davis papers; 1976-2012. HMC-1127. Records of a female African American Alaska senator, representative, Anchorage Schoolboard member, and community advocate.
George T. Harper papers; 1803-2004. HMC-0686. The papers of an historian who researched African American history in Alaska.
Kuumba Black Artists Network, Inc. records; 1981-1983. HMC-0686. Records of a non-profit organization that supported African American cultural education and African American art.
Bruce Melzer oral history interviews; circa 1982-1994. HMC-1246. Oral history interviews conducted by a reporter for KSKA and the Anchorage Daily News, who conducted interviews for a radio series on Black history in Alaska.
E. Louis Overstreet papers; 1972, 1981-1993. HMC-0412. Records of an African American civil engineer, writer, and board member who served on educational, political, and religious committees.