723 S. Valley Way
Open Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm
907-746-7668

Anchorage Times

The Anchorage Times was an Anchorage-based newspaper which ran from the mid-1970s to 1992, when it was forced out of business by its rival paper, the Anchorage Daily News. Before 1975, it was known as the Anchorage Daily Times. The museum has 2 article clippings and 16 editions of this paper,

Source: lccn.loc.gov/sn83045548

Inventory Listing

Item #Publication DateArticle Notes & Link to PDFPagesCollection
245/25/1975Colonists: A Cooperative Effort to Begin Again” – Pages C-1, C-2, C-7, and C-8. Article about the Matanuska Colony.4Anchorage Times Collection
255/25/1975“Trials: Settlers Meet Down-To-Earth Drawbacks” – Pages C-3, C-4, C-5, and C-6. Arcticle about the Matanuska Colony.4Anchorage Times Collection
5May-85“Big Safeway Memorial Day Sale” – Advertisments in the Anchorage Times6Anchorage Times Collection
105/17/1985“Matanuska Valley settler recalls half-century of Alaska farm history” 1 – Front page of section I, and pages I-2, I-11, and I-12. Articles about the Matanuska Valley.4Anchorage Times Collection
115/17/1985“Heinze selected head of United Way” – Pages I-3, I-4, I-9 and I-10. I-10 is a page of comics.4Anchorage Times Collection
125/17/1985“Matanuska Valley settler recalls half-century of Alaska farm history” 2 – Pages I-5, I-6, I-7, and I-8. Articles about the Matanuska colonists.4Anchorage Times Collection
135/31/1985“Colony Jubilee” – Colony Jubilee advertisement1Anchorage Times Collection
146/6/1985“The Colony” – Pages L-1, L-2, L-27, and L-28. Section L is about looking back on the Matanuska Colony as it celebrates 50 years since its founding.4Anchorage Times Collection
156/6/1985“Program brought hardy, new breed” – Pages L-3, L-4, L-25, and L-26. Articles about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
166/6/1985“Money, hope lured Depression-weary transients” – Pages L-5, L-6, L-23, and L-24. Articles and photos about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
176/6/1985“Pessimistic New Deal foe finds thriving camps” – Pages L-7, L-8, L-21, and L-22. Articles about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
186/6/1985“Pockets jingled with bingles after issue of colony coinage” – Pages L-9, L-10, L-19, and L-20. Articles about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
196/6/1985“Pioneer physician arrives in Matanuska…” – Pages L-11, L-12, L-17, and L-18. Articles about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
206/6/1985“Colony government began with meeting in tent” – Pages L-13, L-14, L-15, and L-16. Articles about the Matanuska Colony Project.4Anchorage Times Collection
26/21/1985“State fair theme honors colonists” – Article about state fair theme honoring colonistsN/AFrontiersman Collection
2110/6/1985“Pioneers watch homesteads disappear” – Article about homesteads disappearing in the Matanuska Valley.N/AAnchorage Times Collection
811/19/1987“Albrecht honored as circumpolar health medical pioneer” 1 – Front page of Section C, and pages C-2, C-5, and C-6. Article about Dr. C. Earl Albrecht, Matanuska Colony doctor.4Anchorage Times Collection
911/19/1987“Albrecht honored as circumpolar health medical pioneer” 2 – Pages C-3 and C-4. Continuation of article about Dr. C. Earl Albrecht. Matanuska Colony doctor.2Anchorage Times Collection