Crawford family album, 1900-1917.

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Crawford family. Crawford family album, 1900-1917.

Crawford family album, 1900-1917.

The Crawford Family Album contains 124 photographs of Crawford family members and friends, and of life in Dawson, Yukon, and Fairbanks and vicinity, Alaska, in the early 1900s. Many of the photographs are identified. The Fairbanks images include spring breakup flooding in 1911 and 1917; birdseye and streetscape views of town; and individual structures such as the George C. Thomas Library (exterior and interior), Fairbanks Main School, and the Crawfords' homes (exterior and interior).

0.25 cu. ft.

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Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations (U.S.). Fairbanks Station

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Crawford family.

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Crawford, Robert, 1899-1961

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Robert MacArthur Crawford was an adventurer and composer. He grew up in Alaska where he drove a stagecoach and learned to fly light aircraft. Later he went to Princeton University and then study in France where his main interest was in music and voice. He received a graduate fellowship to the Julliard School of Music. Afterwards, he gave many concerts and became known as the "Flying Baritone". In 1938, he wrote the "Air Force Song". During World War II he was a pilot in the Air Transport Command...