Ennis, R.C.? Album of 180 Original Gelatin Silver Photographs of Dutch Harbor (Unalaska), Sand Point (Popof Island) and Unga Village on Unga Island (a Ghost Town Since 1969), Taken and Collected by an American Resident During WW2. Ca. 1940-1944.
Tembreull, Christine Erma (1895-1961), attributed to. Album with 114 Original Gelatin Silver Photos Taken During a Cruise to Alaska in 1938 and Showing Metlakatla, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, Letnikof Cove, Haines Barracks, Famous Skagway Tour Guide Martin Itjen, Indigenous People, Filipino Steerage Passengers, American Military men from Haines Barracks, Cruiseship Passengers and Captain, & c. 1938.
Dodge, William S. A Historically Important, One of the Earliest Manuscript Liquor Licenses Signed by the First Mayor of Sitka and Alaska Pioneer, William S. Dodge, Just a Year After the US Purchased Alaska from Russia and Only a Few Months before the Act of Congress of 27 July 1868 Prohibited the Sale and Import of Alcohol to the Inhabitants of the Territory. Sitka, 07 March 1868.
Album with 39 Early Original Gelatin Photographs of Fairbanks, Showing St. Matthew’s Church and Hospital, the Launch of the “Koyukuk” River Steamer, City Streets, Interior of a Building Decorated for the “Floral Ball,” Firefighters and their Horse-Driven Cart, “Fireman Cook” with Pet Bears, Pioneer J. [Schuster?], “Sale Cup” of the Fairbanks Gun Club, &c. Ca. 1900s – 1920
[“Wadhams & Co”] (1865-1905). Collection of Three Manuscript and Two Typewritten Official Autograph Letters Signed to the Offices of the “Wadhams & Co.” in Portland and San Francisco, Regarding the Shipments of Deer, Hair Seal and Wolf Skins from Howkan and Loring (Alaska) and by Transit from Port Townsend (Washington). Loring, 4 May 1889; Howcan [sic!], 5 March and 26 April, 1890; San Francisco, 30 April and June 13 1890.
Butler, Charles M. (ca. 1866 – after 1930); [Hopkins, William A.] (ca. 1862-1951). Collection of Three Original Autograph Letters Signed to His Friend William Hopkins from Watsonville, CA, Talking about His Gold Mining on the Sunset Creek near Nome, the Success of the “Pioneer Mining Co.” on the Metson Bench and of Other Miners on the Ophir Creek, the Creation of a New Gold Mining Camp on the Iditarod River, and that “it is the hardest time I ever saw in Nome”. Nome, Alaska, 20 June 1909, 28 October 1909, 10 March 1910.
Kennedy, W. W. Original Autograph Letter Written on Printed Letterhead of the Juneau’s “Circle City Hotel” by an Alaskan Gold Miner, with Notes about Hard Living and Working in Juneau in Winter.
Juneau, Alaska: 11 January 1899.
Lascy, Albert (ca. 1827-1917). Collection of Two Extensive Autograph Letters Signed by Gold Miner and Surveyor Albert Lascy, Giving a Detailed Account of His Gold Exploration near Karluk, Uyak and Uganik Bays on the Northern Kodiak Island. 1893.
Collection of Two Original Manuscript Journals of Meteorological Observations with Additional Notes, Kept in St. Paul’s Harbour, Kodiak in 1838-1846 and the Kuigpak Russian Orthodox Mission (Iqugmiut/Russian Mission) on the Lower Yukon River in 1848-1854.
Vancouver, George (1757-1798). Izvlecheniye iz puteshestviya g-na Vankuvera. Yego povestvovaniye o poselivshikhsya na severovostochnom beregu Kinayskoy guby v tak nazyvayemom na Rossiyskoy karte pristanische (North Foreland) nekotorogo chisla Russkikh v otnoshenii ikh obraza zhizni k tamoshnim zhitelyam Kinaitsam [Extract from the Voyage of Mr. Vancouver. His Narration about Some Russians, who have Settled on the Northeastern Shore of the Kenai Bay in the “Pristanische,” marked so on the Russian Map (North Foreland), and about the Relation between their Way of Life to the Indigenous Inhabitants of Kenai].In: Litsei: Periodicheskoye Izdaniye [Litseum: A Periodical]. Saint Petersburg: [Imperial Typ.], 1806.
Original Podorozhnaya Gramota or Transit Pass, Given to one Gavriil Platan [Platov?], a Newly Appointed Missionary for the Russian American Colonies, and Authorising Him To Get Two Horses at Each Station on the Way from Saint Petersburg to Okhotsk. Saint Petersburg, 3 March 1845
Smith, W[illiam] D. [Collection of Three Original Autograph Letters Signed by W.D. Smith, Owner of the “Shumagin Packing Company” in the Chignik Bay (Alaska Peninsula), Addressed to His Agents in San Francisco and Discussing Financial Operations and Shipping of Supplies and Canned Salmon. 1889.
Album with 81 Rare Original Gelatin Silver Photos Taken During an Early 1920s Trip to St. Michael & Seward (Alaska), Showing a Local Teacher & Nurse, Native Students in a Nursing Class, Eskimos in Reindeer Parkas & Mukluks, "Boys up Pole Fixing Aerial," and Kids “Catching Tom Cod;” also, with the Photos of Fort St. Michael, Quarters of the Northern Commercial Company, the US Customs Building, a Radio Station, Post Office, Native Villages, the 1922 September Fire, Graves, etc. 1920-1925.
Barsukov, I.P. Innokentii, Mitropolit Moskovsky i Kolomensky po Yego Sochineniyam, Pismam i Rasskazam Sovremennikov [i.e. Innocent, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna, His Works, Letters and Stories of Him by His Contemporaries]. Moscow: Typ. of the Holy Synod, 1883.
[Zhitkov, Boris Mikhailovich] (1872-1943). Otchety Ekspeditsii Russkogo Geograficheskogo Obshchestva na Kanin Poluostrov v 1902 g./ Zapiski Imperatorskogo Russkogo Geograficheskogo Obshchestva po Obshchei Geografii. T. XLI, No. 1; Obshch. red. F.I. Chernyshova, A.P. Gerasimova = Rapports de l'expeědition de la Socieěteě Impeěriale russe de geěographie a travers la Peninsule Kanin en 1902 [i.e. Reports of the Expedition of the Russian Geographical Society to the Kanin Peninsula in 1902/ Proceedings of the Russian Geographical Society on Geography, Vol. XLI, No. 1; Gen. ed. F.I. Chernyshov, A.P. Gerasimov]. Saint Petersburg: Typ. of M.M. Stasyulevich, 1904.
Proekt Lomonosova i ekspeditsiya Chichagova; [and:] Kratkoe opisanie raznikh puteshestvii po severnim moryam… [i.e. Lomonosov’s Project and Chichagov’s Expedition; with: A Brief Description of Various Voyages in the Northern Seas and Indication of a Possible Passage via the Siberian Ocean to the East Indies/ Published by the Hydrographical Department of the Naval Ministry. St. Petersburg: Morskaya Typ. 1854.
Album with 106 Original Gelatin Silver Photographs of the USCGC Eastwind’s Annual Summer Cruise to Greenland (Thule Air Force Base, Cape Etoh, Grondal, and Godthab) Showing American & Canadian Vessels (USS Glynn, USCGC Westwind, and Labrador), Prominent Arctic Explorer Donald Macmillan, a Helicopter Crash Landing on the Ice, “Frog Men” Preparing for Underwater Dynamiting, Local Eskimos Posing with the Captain Rhanke, etc.; Also with the Images of Sailors Meeting Danish Admiral on the Fourth of July, Having a Beer Party, and Celebrating the Initiation Ceremony in Costumes. Ca. 1950s.