Robert N. DeArmond research files, ca. 1861-1995.
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Noted Seattle artist who painted Alaska for 60 years. From the description of Files on the life and work of artist Eustace P. Ziegler, ca. 1904-1969. (Alaska State Library). WorldCat record id: 42929453 ...
The Alaska Commercial Company was founded shortly after the purchase of Alaska in 1867. Beginning as the Russian-American Company, the company assets were purchased by Hayward M. Hutchinson, William Kohl, and Associates, who then formed the Hutchinson, Kohl & Company. In 1868 the company was reorganized as the Alaska Commercial Company. The company, in its various permutations, played a singularly important part in the history of Alaska with trading stations scattered throughout southwestern...
John Franklin Alexander Strong (1856-1929), a newspaper publisher and journalist who came to Alaska in 1897, served a term as Democratic Governor of the Territory of Alaska from 1913 to 1918. From the description of J. F. A. Strong and Anna Hall Strong papers, 1885-1947. (University of Alaska, Fairbanks). WorldCat record id: 464716961 ...
Journalist, editor for Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., and historian, in Juneau, Alaska. From the description of Alaska statehood file including opposition views, 1949-1958. (Alaska State Library). WorldCat record id: 42929334 R.N. "Bob" DeArmond was born in Sitka, Alaska in July, 1911. A well known Alaskan historian, he has published numerous articles and books about Alaska's history and culture. He married Dale Burlison in 1935 and they lived in various Southeast Alaska c...