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  • A guide to the Alaska Packers Association Logbooks, 1876-1945
    The Alaska Packers Association Logbooks HDC 115 SAFR 14033 also includes miscellaneous papers including memoranda to ship captains position reports rules and procedures The logbooks date from a voyage made by the SANTA CLARA ship in 1876 to one made by the BERING freighter in 1945 The collection is available for research use without restriction Background The Alaska Packers Association APA began with a prospecting mission by the schooner NEPTUNE to Bristol Bay in 1883 The Bering Sea s first modern cannery was established near Nushagak by the then Arctic Packing Company On September 2 1891 a meeting was held of several Alaska independent canners and the concept of an industrial association was approved Incorporation of this association came on January 13 1892 That year 15 vessels were chartered for use The next year on February 9 1893 the association reincorporated under the formal name of Alaska Packers Association with the main office on Market Street in San Francisco California Revenues from the sale of company stock were used to buy 28 canneries 19 fishing stations 19 steamers 15 launches and hundreds of acres of land in Alaska Extent 526 items Restrictions Some material may be copyrighted or restricted It

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  • A guide to the Alaska Packers Association motion picture film, 1909-1918
    View entire collection guide PDF 55 72 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The Alaska Packers Association motion picture film P79 19a SAFR14965 consists of one reel of 35mm silent black and white motion picture film known as Old Sailing Ships approximately 1 000 feet of the Alaska Packers Fleet circa 1909 1918 Background The Alaska Packers Association APA began with a prospecting mission by the schooner NEPTUNE to Bristol Bay in 1883 The Bering Sea s first modern cannery was established near Nushagak by the then Arctic Packing Company On September 2 1891 a meeting was held of several Alaska independent canners and the concept of an industrial association was approved Incorporation of this association came on January 13 1892 That year 15 vessels were chartered for use The next year on February 9 1893 the association reincorporated under the formal name of Alaska Packers Association with the main office on Market Street in San Francisco California Extent 1 item Restrictions Some material may be copyrighted or restricted It is the researcher s obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials

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  • Alaska papers, [ca. 1871-1877]
    sketch maps and drawings of Alaskan terrain with legends in French Russian and English ethnological notes on the Aleuts and others and miscellaneous reference notes mainly bibliographical Box 2 contains linguistic notes relating to Russia and Siberia Kamchatka Sakhalin Island the Kurile Islands the aboriginal Ainus the Aleutian Islands and Alaska recorded in Russian German and native dialects Date 1871 issued Subject Indians of North America Alaska Linguistics Alaska Geography

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  • Alaska photo album [graphic].
    photo album Date 1898 issued Subject n us ak Alaska Pictorial works Note IN PROCESS COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library Purchase from Leslie Potenzo 2012 Type graphic Photograph albums Physical Description graphic photoprint 1 album ca 62 photographic prints 19 x 30 cm Language English Identifier BANC PIC 2012 095 ALB Origin Alaska

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  • Alaska photograph album [graphic]
    of a processing plant Two photographs show tomatoes and melons growing in hot houses Photographs taken in Juneau Tanana Seward Fairbanks but many locales unidentified At end four photographs of Seattle a set of souvenir views of the Chateau of Versailles and a clipping relating to Lieut Gustave W Stamm Date ca 1900 ca 1920 issued Subject n us ak Fisheries Alaska Photographs Alaska Pictorial works Note Includes many photographs

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  • Photograph Album of the Cruise of the Revenue Cutter "Corwin" in Alaska: Finding Aid
    Ocean during the early 1880s There are many views of native Inuit villages and inhabitants in Alaska and coastal Siberia along with scenery and seascapes All photographs are accompanied by detailed manuscript captions by an unknown individual Photographs depict Alaskan nature scenes and harbors Inuit people dwellings and villages and documentation of the fur trade in the 19th century Background The USRC Thomas Corwin was a United States Revenue Cutter that patrolled the Arctic Ocean and Bearing Sea beginning in the late 1870s In 1882 Michael A Healy 1839 1904 became commander of the Corwin and he rose to the position of captain in March of 1883 While in command of the Corwin Healy patrolled the Arctic to the prevent illegal sale of guns and alcohol to the Alaskan natives and to control illegal fur seal hunting The captain was also concerned for the well being of the Alaskan natives and ferried Siberian caribou to help reestablish the natives food supply since many seals and walruses were killed by white traders Extent 36 photographs in 1 album album 18 x 27 cm 7 x 11 in 1 preservation microfilm copy reel Restrictions The Huntington Library does not require that researchers

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  • Guide to the Alaska Photograph Collection
    collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description About 800 photographs loose and in three albums captions in English including photographers Eric A Hegg P S Hunt H G Kaiser P Edward Larss and J E N Duclos Lomen Brothers and Miles Brothers Subjects include boats children churches coastline countryside dogsleds Eskimos Tlingit Haidu portraits daily activities dances hunting schools villages and other glaciers gold mining and milling harbors houses icebergs Klondikers mountains parades railroads reindeer rivers and river steamers settlers and homesteads ships and shipwrecks incl Thetis school classes skiing totem poles towns and villages Anchorage Circle City Cordova Dawson Eagle City Fairbanks Fort Wrangell Howkan Juneau Kennicott Ketchikan Metlakahtla Nome Port Simpson St Michael Seward Sitka Treadwell Valdez White Horse and winter scenes Extent 2 5 linear feet 4 document boxes 3 oversize boxes 1 map folder Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not

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  • Photograph Collection of the Revenue Cutters "Bear" and "Corwin" in Alaska: Finding Aid
    Rush to Alaska and the Arctic Ocean in the 1880s and 1890s The images depict the boats Captain Michael A Healy and the crewmen as well as Alaskan natives and their homes and various views of the Alaskan wilderness and towns The collection provides insight into the people and events the Bear and Corwin encountered on their voyages Background Michael A Healy was born September 22 1839 in Georgia to an Irish cotton planter Michael Morris Healy and a mulatto woman Eliza Clark Even though his father sent him and his brothers north to be educated and hence escape slavery Healy always ran away from the schools he was enrolled in and eventually joined the clipper ship Jumna in 1855 For the next ten years he sailed on merchant vessels until he was commissioned as a Third Lieutenant in the United States Revenue Service in 1865 that same year Healy married Mary Jane Roach the daughter of Irish immigrants to Boston Extent 282 photographs in 8 boxes photographs 19 5 x 24 cm 8 x 9 in 1 preservation microfilm copy reel Restrictions The Huntington Library does not require that researchers request permission to quote from or publish images of

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