Anchorage Daily Times
The Anchorage Daily Times was an Anchorage-based newspaper which ran from 1917 to 1975, when its name was changed to the Anchorage Times. The museum has three copies of this newspaper, all from 1935.
|Item #||Publication Name||Article Notes||Publication Date||Volume||#||Pages||Historic||Collection|
|5||Anchorage Daily Times||“Anchorage Welcomes New Colonists Home” – Front page, and pages 2, 7, and 8.||5/23/1935||XIX||201||4||Historic||Connell Collection|
|6||Anchorage Daily Times||“Full List of Names Of Wis. and Mich. Party Matanuska Colonists” – Pages 3,4,5, and 6. Names of Matanuska colonists from Wisconsin and Michigan.||5/23/1935||XIX||201||4||Historic||Connell Collection|
|7||Anchorage Daily Times||“Colony Passes First Milestone” – Front page of section 2, and pages 2, 11, and 12.||11/11/1935||N/A||N/A||4||Historic||Connell Collection|
|210||Anchorage Daily Times||“Pioneers Hold Initation” – Article about people joining Igloo No. 31||6/18/1965||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Found in Collection|