African American history in Alaska
Alaska Constitutional Convention and statehood
Alaska state legislators and legislation
Anchorage Winter Olympics bids
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Businesses, clubs, and organizations
Fishing, fisheries, and canneries
Fur trading, trapping, and farming
Geography and environmental studies
Non-English language collections
Senior Citizen issues and advocacy
Student newspapers, Anchorage Community College and University of Alaska Anchorage
Women’s organizations and women’s issues
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Benzie Ola “Rusty” Dow papers; circa 1910-1989. HMC-0397. Papers and photographs of Palmer artist who was also the first woman to drive the Alaska Military Highway from Fairbanks to the Yukon Territory in 1944.
Kuumba Black Artists Network, Inc. records; 1981-1983. HMC-01457. Records of a non-profit organization that supported African American cultural education and African American art in Alaska.
Sam McClain papers; 1942-1994. HMC-0429. Papers and artwork of Anchorage artist specializing in pen and ink drawings and watercolors.
Howard Rock oral history interview; 1976. HMC-0210. Interview conducted in 1976 with Point Hope ivory carver.
Diana Tillion papers; 2005. HMC-0882. Interview conducted in 2005 with Alaska watercolor artist and resident of Halibut Cove.