Michel Villon papers 1966-2017.
HMC-1255. Michel Villon was born in France and moved to Alaska in 1968. He has used his culinary training as a chef, manager, or food service instructor for a number of restaurants, hotels, and other institutions in Alaska, as well a for oil companies on the North Slope. Villon has taught food service courses at APU, UAA, UAF, the Alaska Skills Center in Seward, and in various other Alaskan communities. He was one of 12 founding members of the Alaska Chefs Association, later renamed the Alaska Culinary Association, a chapter of the American Culinary Federation (ACF), serving as both president and vice president. He also served as a member of the State of Alaska Food Safety Advisory Board. The collection includes work schedules and correspondence, thank you cards from classes he taught and events he volunteered, photographs taken of the Crow’s Nest and Prudhoe Bay, financial information and food costs, and Mt. Marathon planning, as well as materials used in courses he taught.