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
This list is not comprehensive. Follow the links to collection descriptions and inventories. You can keyword search all of our collection descriptions and inventories by using the search box available on each of the pages below. Alaska's Digital Archives also contains select photographs of th Jesse Lee Home, including some photographs digitized from the collections listed below.
Billy Blackjack Johnson papers; 1929-1997, bulk 1972-1997. HMC-0384. Billy Blackjack Johnson was born in 1924. He lived in the Jesse Lee Home from 1927 to 1937. His papers include materials regarding the Jesse Lee Foundation and proposals for renovation of the Jesse Lee Home.
Sam McClain papers; 1940-1994. HMC-0429. McClain was an architect and artist who lived in Anchorage. His collections includes photographs of the Jesse Lee Home.
William L. McNutt photographic slides; 1934-1973. HMC-0456. William McNutt moved to Alaska in 1948 and joined the Anchorage Fire Department. The photographs in his collection include the Jesse Lee Home.
Seward Undertaking Company funeral registers; 1936-1945. HMC-1121. The collection contains records of a funeral home in Seward, Alaska. Though not a comprehensive listing of all deaths in Seward, the volumes document the deaths of more than just Seward residents, which include deaths at the Jesse Lee Home.