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Alaska Record

The Alaska Record, originally called the Matanuska Valley Record, ran from 1953 to at least April 1954. It was a magazine based in the Matanuska Valley which profiled Alaskan industries and cities. The museum has seven editions of this magazine.

Inventory Listing

Item #Publication DateArticle NotesVolume#Pages
291953-08-01“Educating Alaska’s Kiddies” – Articles about education in Alaska, Bighorn sheep, religion, and politics3516
281953-09-01“Palmer: State Capitol?” – Articles about Palmer, religion, and Alaska politics3616
251953-10-01“Nome: Cold and Gold” – Articles about Nome, Alaska politics, and agriculture3716
271953-11-01“Ketchikan: Southernmost City” – Articles about Ketchikan and Alaska politics3816
261953-12-01“The Furs of Alaska” – Articles about Alaskans, the role the fur industry has played in Alaska, and the Matanuska Valley.3916
241954-02-01“This is Alaska” – Articles about Fairbanks, Palmer, Alaska politics, and Alaskans3212
231954-04-01“Anchorage Sand & Gravel Co.” – Articles about the different regions, people, and beliefs of Alaska4116