ARCTIC INSTITUTE OF NORTH AMERICA. ALASKA CHAPTER. Records; 1973-1979. .25 cu. ft. List.
The Arctic Institute of North America was founded in 1945 as a joint American-Canadian organization in order to stimulate the orderly development of the north with concern for the environment and the quality of life of northern people. The Alaska Chapter of the Institute was organized in 1975 by Phillip Upton. Its activities included holding discussion groups and sponsoring seminars and symposiums on issues that affected the arctic region and development in the north.
The collection consists of the business records of the Alaska Chapter of the Arctic Institute of North America. These records include the chapter's bylaws, goals and objectives, general correspondence, membership application cards, board meeting minutes, publications, as well as newspaper clippings concerning the chapter and its activities.
The collection was presented to the UAA Archives & Manuscripts Department by Catherine Innes-Taylor in 1983.
1. Bylaws, n.d.
2. Lists of Names, n.d.
3. Bylaws - Canada, 1973
4. Goals & Objectives, 1974
5. General Correspondence, 1974
6. Membership Application Cards, n.d.
7. Preliminary Meeting, January 9, 1975
8. Protem Meeting and Proposed Bylaws, March 7, 1975
9. Notice of Meeting, April 2, 1975
10. Meeting, May 13, 1975
11. Executive Board Meeting, May 30, 1975
12. General Correspondence, 1978-1979
13. Newspaper Clippings, 1975
14. Publications, n.d.