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HAROLD STRANDBERG (1909-1995). Papers; 1923-1985. 8.5 cu. ft.

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Harold Strandberg was born in Alaska in 1909. He attended the University of Alaska and graduated in 1931 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in geology and mining. He worked as a placer miner in Alaska with his father and three brothers at Cripple Creek, Folger, Candle, and Manley Hot Springs, and as a platinum miner at Goodnews Bay. In 1937, he became Vice President and Secretary of Strandberg and Sons, Inc. a mining corporation (later changed to the Stranberg Mining Corporation). In 1955, Harold Strandberg was named Anchorage Port Commissioner, and served in that capacity until 1964, when he was elected to the Alaska State House of Representatives. After serving two terms as a state legislator, he was appointed Commissioner of Public Works in 1968, and served as Deputy Commissioner in 1971. He was also a member of various civic and professional organizations including the American Institute of Mining and Mertallurgy Engineers, the Alaska Miners Association (Director and Vice President), and Pioneers of Alaska. Harold Strandberg and his wife, Barbara, later moved to Arizona. He died in 1995.

The collection consists of records concerning Harold Strandberg's work as Anchorage Port Commissioner, as a state representative, and as a mining engineer. The collection is divided into three parts: Anchorage Port Commission records; legislative papers; and mining, engineering, and personal papers. The Anchorage Port Commission records consist of subject files and a publications file. The subject files include: correspondence, blueprints of the Anchorage port, development plans, construction reports, invoices, minutes, reports on port development, revenue estimates, and other records. The publications file includes reports concerning Anchorage, Anchorage port development, and port and waterway development in other cities. The legislative papers consist of subject files, audit and special reports, and miscellaneous reports and studies. The subject files include correspondence, files on various state departments and commissions, files on various legislative committees, and other records. The audit reports and special reports consist of state office reports to the legislative audit committee. The mining, engineering, and personal papers consist of Harold Strandberg's consulting engineering files, including maps, listed by location; Strandberg family mining records, including maps, for the areas of Colorado Creek, Eureka, Lower Candle Reserves, Otter Creek (Flat, Alaska), and Tofty; a few miscellaneous personal papers related to Harold Strandberg and his family; and visual materials including photographs and a videotape of film of the Strandberg family and mining operations in Alaska.

The collection was presented to the archives by Harold Strandberg in 1981. A deed of gift was signed in 1989. Additions to the collection were made by Barbara Strandberg in 1996.

HMC-237
JAS (10/1998)

Box and Folder list:

Part I. Anchorage Port Commission Records; 1951-1967. 3.85 cu. ft.

Box 1

Series 1. Subject Files; 1952-1964 (Arranged alphabetically).
1. Alaska Mining Industry Compared to Canada; September, 1962.
2. (Application for Withdrawal by the) Alaskan Railroad; 1962.
3. Alaska Railroad - Land Leasing; 1962.
4. American Association of Port Authorities, Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting; 1961.
5. Appropriations Enacted by Congress: Ship Channels and Harbors; 1964.
6. Bids for Repair and Maintenance of "Level Luffing Gantry Cranes"; 1963.
7. Blueprint of Port Facilities; 1961 (Located in flat cabinets).
8. Blueprints of Port of Anchorage; 1962 (2 sheets, located in flat cabinets). Plat of Lots 1A,4A, 5A, 6A, 7A & 8A, Port of Anchorage Subdivision.
9. Budgets - Port of Anchorage; 1961, 1962.
10. Budget - Port of Anchorage; 1963.
11. Budget - Port of Anchorage; 1964.
12. Capital Improvement Requests and Programs, 1964-1969; 1964.
13. Chamber of Commerce Port Development Committee; 1962.
14. Charter Commission, City of Anchorage; n.d., 1954, 1959, 1962.
15. City Manager to City Council: Memoranda; 1962-1964.
16. City Manager to Port Director: Memoranda; 1959, 1962-1964.
17. Construction Fund - Port of Anchorage; 1962.
18. Construction Report for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Aug. 1958-Jan. 1959.
19. Construction Reports for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Feb., Mar., Apr., June 1959.

Box 2

20. Construction Reports for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; July, Sep., Oct. 1959.
21. Construction Reports for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Mar., Apr., May, June 1960.
22. Construction Reports for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; July, Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.-Dec. 1960.
23. Construction Reports for Port of Anchorage; by Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Mar., Apr., May-June 1961.
24. Correspondence Re: Port Commission Funding; 1954-1955.
25. Correspondence Sent to Port Commissioner; 1959-1962.
26. Correspondence Sent to Port Commissioner; 1963.

Box 3

27. Correspondence Sent to Port Commissioner; 1964.
28. Correspondence Sent to Port Director; 1956-1961.
29. Correspondence Sent to Port Director; 1962.
30. Correspondence Sent to Port Director, 1963. Port Area Property Map, Sections 6 & 7 - T 13N - R3W - S.M.; Jan. 22, 1964 (Located in flat cabinets).
31. Correspondence Sent to Port Director; 1964.
32. Council Memorandum #126: Agreement Between Port of Anchorage and Alaska Freight Lines; 1963.
33. Coverdale and Colpitts: Consulting Engineers; 1956-1957.
34. Department of Natural Resources; Division of Lands; n.d., 1959-1962.
35. Development Plan - Northern Waterfront Area Tide Land Use Study; 1961. Development Plan, Northern Waterfront Area, Tide Lands Use Study - Phase II, Port of Anchorage; Tippets-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton Engineers and Architects; Feb. 1961.
36. Development Plan for the Port of Anchorage; Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Jan.1956.
37. Elmendorf Air Force Base: Negotiations for Land, by G. Shannon, City Manager; 1959.
38. Engineering and Architectural Services - Port of Anchorage; 1961-1962.
39. Engineering and Economic Problems on the Establishment of a Deep Water Port in Anchorage, 1952. Preliminary Report on the Port of Anchorage, Alaska; by G.T. Treadwell, Consulting Engineer; July 1952.

Box 4

40. Feasibility Report - Port of Anchorage; n.d.
41. Feasibility Report on locating port facilities at Anchorage, Alaska; 1953. Anchorage: Gateway to Interior Alaska; By Ralph Browne; Prepared for the Anchorage Port Commission; Nov. 1953 (62 pp.).
42. (Before the) Federal Maritime Commission - Docket Numbers 881, 976; 1962.
43. Finances for the Port of Anchorage; 1957, 1961-1964.
44. Harbor Fees (Correspondence); 1961-1962.
45. Highway Planning Committees (includes meeting minutes); 1959.
46. Historic Background - Port of Anchorage; n.d., 1956, 1957,1959, 1961-1963.
47. Insurance Coverage Applying to Port Facilities; 1962.
48. (List of) Invoices for the Port of Anchorage; Winter 1960-1961.
49. Job Applications for the Position of Port Director (Letters of application and resumes); 1959, 1960, 1962.
50. Lease Between City and Trans-World Alaska, Inc.; 1963.
51. Leasing of Dock Space at Port of Anchorage; 1963.
52. Marine Terminal Lease - Drafts of - Anchorage, Alaska; 1964.
53. Military Correspondence with Port of Anchorage; 1955, 1956, 1961-1963.
54. Minutes of the Port of Anchorage Commission Meetings; 1958-1961.
55. Minutes of the Port of Anchorage Commission Meetings; Jan. 1962-Apr. 1963.

Box 5

56. Minutes of the Port of Anchorage Commission Meetings; May 1963-June 1964.
57. (Proposals for) Negotiations with Alaska Freight Lines; Nov. 30, 1962.
58. (Report on) Ocean Car-Ferry Operation Between CONUS and Alaska; May 27, 1954.
59. (Obtaining Control of the) Ocean Dock; 1963.
60. (Transfer of the) Ocean Dock; 1963.
61. (Annual Reports on) the Operation and Condition of the Anchorage Port Facilities; 1962, 1963.
62. Operation Problems at the Port of Anchorage; 1962-1963.
63. Operation Statement for Port of Anchorage Municipal Terminal; 1964.
64. Plastic Bottles, U.S. - Japanese Trade, Industrial Plant Location; 1960.
65. P.O.L. Off-Loading Facility Feasibility Study; 1964.
66. Port Accountant Memorandum to Port Director: Contemplated Purchase of Vans; Jan. 23, 1962.
67. Port Commission to City Council: Memoranda; 1957, 1962-1964.
68. Port Construction Fund; 1962.
69. Port Development - Navigational Aids; 1961-1962.
70. Port Development Reports to Anchorage Port Commission; by Coverdale and Colpitts, Consulting Engineers; 1956, 1958.
71. Port Director to City Manager: Memoranda; 1961-1964.
72. Port Director to Finance Officer: Memoranda; 1964.
73. Port Director to Port Commissioner: Memoranda; 1958, 1961-1964.

Box 6

74. Port Regulations - Ordinance Nos. 1459 and 1460; n.d., 1960.
75. Ports Outside: Developments at Other Ports; 1960, 1962-1964.
76. Progress Reports of Anchorage Port Facilities; Tippets-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Dec. 31, 1958, June 30, Dec. 31, 1959.
77. Progress Reports of Anchorage Port Facilities; Tippets-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers; Mar. 31, June 30, Sep. 30, Dec. 31, 1960, July 31, 1961.
78. Proxy Votes, City Council; 1962.
79. Puget Sound - Alaska Van Lines; Nov. 27, 1962.
80. Quarterly Report; April/May/June 1963.
81. "Resolution No. I" - Resolution Addressed to the Federal Maritime Board; 1961-1962.
82. Revenue Bonds for Port and Terminal Facilities; 1958, 1962, 1963.
83. Revenue Estimates, 1964-1969, and Financing Proposals for P.O.L. Facility at Port of Anchorage; ca. 1964.
84. (Statement of) Revenues and Expenditures - City of Anchorage; June 30, July 31, 1963.
85. Revenue, Expense Summary, and Balance Sheet; 1963-1964.
86. (Export of) Round Logs to Japan; 1961.
87. Sea-Land Service, Inc.; 1963-1964.
88. Shell Oil - Correspondence with Port of Anchorage Concerning Leasing of Land; 1961-1964.
Site plans located in flat cabinets:
a. Proposed Terminal Site and Facilities, Anchorage, Alaska; Shell Oil Company, Engineering Dept., Seattle (Scale: 1"= 80'); Jan. 1961 (11 X 17 inch).
b. Proposed Terminal Site, Anchorage, Alaska; Shell Oil Company, Engineering Dept., Seattle (Scale: 1"= 200'); Jan. 1961 (22 X 33½ inch).

Box 7

89. Telephone Revenue Bonds, Series 1958: Official Statement; 1958.
90. Terminal Service Contracts; 1961, 1963, 1964.
91. Terminal Manager to Port Commissioner: Memoranda; 1963.
92. Terminals Tariff: Port of Anchorage; 1961.
93. Tide Lands Acquisition; 1961-1964.
94. Tide Land Preference Right Application; 1962-1964.
95. Tide Lands Use Study, Phase I; Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers and Architects; February 1960.
96. Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers and Architects (TAMS); 1957-1961.
97. Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers and Architects (TAMS); 1962-1964.
98. Tonnage: Port of Anchorage; 1961-1964.
99. Travel: Business, Expense Report, and Regulations; 1959, 1961-1963.

Box 8

100. United States Government Correspondence with Port of Anchorage; 1957, 1961-1964.
101. Wharf Extension: Port of Anchorage; 1961, 1963, 1966.
Blueprint copies of drawings located in flat cabinets:
  a. Proposed Wharf Extension and Dredging; Tippetts-Abett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers & Architects; May 1961 (15 X 26 inch).
  b. Hydrographic Survey South and West of City Dock; Anchorage, Alaska, Office of the City Engineer; June 1962 (22 X 36 inch).
  c. Floor plan and elevations of wharf building; C. Itoh & Co., Ltd., Tokyo Branch; n.d. (14 X 20 inch).
102. World Ports & Marine News (Magazine of Marine Industry); Nov., Dec. 1962.

Series 2. Publication File; 1951-1967 (Arranged alphabetically by title). .65 cu. ft.
1. The Anchorage Independent School District: A Survey Report; Public Administration Service, Chicago, Illinois; 1956.
2. City of Anchorage 1962 Budget Summary; Prepared by the Office of the City Manager for the City Council, Anchorage, Alaska; 1961.
3. City of Anchorage Small Boat Harbor, 1963 Study; Compiled by the Small Boat Harbor Committee; Jan. 29, 1963.
4. Development Plan for Duwamish and Lower Green River Valley; Prepared for Duwamish and Green River Joint Survey Board, Representing the City of Seattle, King County, Port of Seattle; Prepared by Knappen-Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy, Engineers; Sep. 1954.
5. Economic Exhibits of Northern Consolidated Airlines, Inc.; Before the Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington, D.C., In the Matter of the Intra-Alaska Case, Docket No. 6093; Prepared by Ralph Browne, Alaska Research Associates; 1955.
6. The Economic Feasibility of a Commercial Wharf at Anchorage, Alaska; By Donald J. O'Connor, Vienna, Virginia; June 4, 1956.
7. Estimate of Alaska Population, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957, Report No. 6; Released by Alaska Resource Development Board, in cooperation with Bureau of Vital Statistics, Alaska Department of Health; 1958.
8. Feasibility Study and Expansion Plan for the Port of Anchorage; By Lounsbury-Sleavin-Kelly, Consulting Engineers, Anchorage, Alaska; Sep. 1965.
9. Financial Data Regarding the Incorporated Towns and Cities of Alaska, 1957; Alaska Resource Development Board, Juneau, Alaska; Oct. 1958.
10. Proceedings: Fiftieth Annual Meeting and Convention, Pacific Coast Association of Port Authorities, September 11 - 13, 1963, San Francisco, California; Ruth E. Benton, Official Reporter and Notary; 1963.

Box 9

11. Proposal, Contract, Bond and General and Special Provisions for Project No. F-042-1(26), Spenard Thruway, Northern Lights Blvd. to Fifteenth Avenue; State of Alaska, Department of Highways; 1965, 1967 (Includes addenda and compilation of bids).
12. Plan and Profile, Proposed Highway Project, F-042-1(26), Spenard Thruway from Northern Lights to Fifteenth Avenue, Grading Drainage, Paving, Bridge, Signalization & Illumination; State of Alaska, Department of Highways; May 12, 1967 (89 sheets, 11 X 18 inch).
13. Report of Physical Damage and Proposed Order of Repair of Damage Caused by Earthquake of March 27, 1964; Prepared by Wheeler H. Rucker, Jr., Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Consulting Engineers and Architects; Prepared for Port of Anchorage; April 27, 1964.
14. Report to the Anchorage Port Commission on Port Development; Coverdale & Colpitts, Consulting Engineers, New York; February 3, 1956.
15. Resolution Establishing Issue of Revenue Bonds ... and (Proposed) First Supplemental Resolution Authorizing $100,000,000 First Series Revenue Bonds (Delaware River Bridges); Delaware River Port Authority; May 1953.
16. Statement of Austin J. Tobin, Executive Director of the Port of New York Authority,Before the House Committee on Banking and Currency, on H.R. 5845, October 2, 1963.
17. Trans-World Alaska, Inc., Prospectus; George S. Grimes, President, ca. 1961.
18. Trust Agreement; Massachusetts Port Authority to the Merchants National Bank of Boston, As Trustee; Feb 1, 1959.
19. The Ward Index of Consumer Prices in Five Alaskan Cities; Prepared for the Alaska Resource Development Board by Joseph B. Ward & Associates, Registered Professional Engineers; Dec. 12, 1956.
20. Port Authorities: Enabling Legislation: Various States, 1951-1952, 1959, 1961.


Part II. Legislative Papers; 1950-1968. 4.05 cu. ft.

Box 1

Series 1. Subject Files; 1950-1967. 2.7 cu. ft.
1. Aid to the Blind; 1960.
2. Alaska Map Advisory Committee; 1962.
3. Alaska Native Housing; 1966-1967. Housing the Alaska Native; By Charles Abrams; Alaska State Housing Authority, Remote Housing Report No. 1; 1967.
4. Alaska Operating Engineers for Local Autonomy; Feb. 1966.
5. Alaska School District; 1961, 1962, 1965-1967.
6. Alaska School District: Correspondence Re: Senate Bill 16; Feb.-Mar. 1961.
7. Alaska School District: Correspondence Re: House Bill 338; Feb. 1962.
8. Alaska State Firemen's Association: Correspondence Re: House Bill 326; 1966, 1967.
9. Anchorage International Airport; 1961, 1962, 1966.
10. Anchorage Medical Society; 1961-1962.
11. Appropriations: General Funds, Costs; n.d., 1962.
12. Bush Airport Program; 1960. Bush Airport Program Analysis; Division of Aviation, Department of Public Works, Pursuant to Chap. 174, SLA 1960.
13. Campaign Headquarters (schedules for television and radio political advertising); 1962.
14. Candidates; 1962. Campaign information on candidates including: Harold Strandberg, Bill Wiggins, Ted Stevens, Homer Moseley, and Jack H. White.
15. Catalogs (Misc. publications); 1950, 1962.
  a. Japan Buys American in All 50 States: An Export Commodity Survey to Show How Every State Profits from Trade with Japan; United States-Japan Trade Council, Washington, D.C.; 1962
  b. Pocket Guide to Alaska Trees; By Raymond F. Taylor and Elbert L. Little, Jr.,
foresters; Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Agriculture Handbook No. 5, 1950.
  c. What's Happening in Alaska; State of Alaska, Department of Commerce, Division
of Tourism & Economic Development; Winter Issue, 1962 (photo-illustrated).
16. Correspondence Re: Bill 193 - Farmers Marketing Order; Mar. 1962.
17. Correspondence Re: Osteopath Licensing (Dr. Richard Sutherland, D.O.); 1966.
18. Correspondence: Letters from Harold Strandberg (Outgoing); 1961, 1962, 1965-1967.
19. Correspondence: Letters to Harold Strandberg (Incoming); 1961, 1962, 1964-1967.
20. Correspondence: Miscellaneous; 1954, 1960-1962, 1966, 1967.

Box 2

21. Correspondence to Answer; 1960, 1961.
22. Correspondence - 1960-1961 Session 1; 1961.
23. Correspondence - Tourist Proposition; 1961, 1967.
24. Democratic Convention - Address by Governor Egan; 1962.
  a. Address by Governor William A. Egan, Southeastern District Democratic
Convention, Juneau, January 12, 1962.
  b. Text of Message by Governor William A. Egan to the Joint Assembly of the Second
State Legislature, Second Session, January 23, 1962.
25. Department of Administration; 1961-1967. Lobbyist Registers; 1961-1966. State of Alaska, Monthly Financial Reports; 1965, 1967.
26. Department of Fish and Game; 1960-1962, 1966, 1967.
27. Department of Health and Welfare; 1961, 1962, 1966.
28. Department of Highways, 1961, 1962, 1966-1967.
29. Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines and Minerals, 1961-1962, 1965-1967. Map located in flat cabinets: Township 1 to 4, Range 13 to 16 West, Fairbanks Meridian, Alaska Protracted (Unsurveyed); U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C.; Mar. 17, 1960 (32.5 X 33.5 inch).
30. Department of Public Works; 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966.
31. Department of Public Works - News Releases; May 13, 1966. Construction of new bridge across the Tanana River at Nenana; Division of Marine Transportation announces opening of new office at Port of
Anchorage to handle business for the state ferry system.
32. Department of Revenue; 1960-1963, 1966.
33. Disposition of Excess State Equipment; 1962.
34. Division of Engineering & Services; n.d., 1962. Alaska Society of Professional Engineers membership list; n.d; Proposal to Relocate the State Capital; 1962.
35. Domestic Offshore Shipping; 1962. Hearings before the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, U.S. Senate, 87th Congress, First Session, on the Problem of the Noncontiguous Areas Shipping Industry and to the Economic Impact on the Offshore Areas Served, March 6, 7, 13, and 14, 1961; Washington: USGPO, 1962.

Box 3

36. Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska - Annual Report; 1966-1967.
37. Governor's Advisory Committee on Economic Development (Newsletter); 1962.
38. Governor (Office of the) Releases; 1967. List of appointees to boards and commissions; 1967.
39. Inaugural Address; 1967. State of Alaska Inaugural Address, January 14, 1967 and Affairs of State, Address to the Legislature, January 24, 1967, Walter J. Hickel, Governor.
40. Insurance Coverage; n.d., 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967.
41. In the House (Bills, Calendars, Petitions); n.d., 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967.
42. Joint Finance Committee Notes; 1962.
43. Legislative Audit Committee; 1964-1966.
44. Legislative Council; 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966.
45. Legislative Council: Legislative Handbooks on State Government; Dec. 1960, Aug. 1966.
46. Legislative Council: Summaries of Alaska Legislation; 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967.

Box 4

47. Legislative Council: Publications (chronological order); 1963, 1965-1967.
  a. Summary of Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 101, with Index to Sections; Oct. 1965.
  b. Procedures in State Legislatures for Reviewing and Acting on the General Budget and Appropriations; Dec. 1965.
  c. Legislative Oversight of the Administration of Statutes: Regulations of the Department of Natural Resources; Review of Alaska Supreme Court Opinions; Suggested Legislation; Jan. 1966.
  d. Alaska Legislature: Roster of Members, 1913-1966; July 1966.
  e. Glossary of Fiscal Terms Used in the Work of the Finance Committee; Sep. 1966.
  f. Glossary of Legislative Terms; Sep. 1966.
  g. The Making of Alaska Law; Sep. 1966.
  h. Legislative Apportionment in Alaska: Historical and Future Considerations; Nov. 1966.
  i. Taxes and Revenue in Alaska, Fiscal Year 1966; Nov. 1966.
  j. Legislative Oversight of the Administration of Statutes: Regulations of the Department of Public Safety, Department of Public Works, Review of Supreme Court Opinions, Review of Attorney General Opinions: Suggested Legislation; Jan. 1967.
48. Legislative Council: Correspondence between Harold Strandberg and Donna Spragg,
Finance Analyst; May-June 1963.
49. Legislative Papers: Miscellaneous; n.d., 1960-1964, 1967.
50. Legislative Reporting Service (Tanana Valley flood disaster legislation); 1967.
  a. Special Session, Fifth Alaska State Legislature, 1967; Sep. 30, 1967.
  b. Report No. 2 - Special Session; Oct. 1, 1967.
51. Legislative - State of Alaska: Miscellaneous Reports; n.d., 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967. Alaska State Highway Department budget report; Sep. 10, 1962. Alaska Department of Highways, 1968 Fiscal Year Budget; 1967.
52. Legislature (includes correspondence); 1961, 1962, 1965, 1967.
53. Legislature - Uniform Rules; 1959, 1961, 1962, 1966.
54. Liberalization of Alaska Gambling Laws; n.d., 1962, 1965, 1966.
55. Newsletters, Bulletins, and Press Releases; n.d., 1960-1962, 1965-1967.

Box 5

56. Office of the Governor (press releases, addresses, remarks); 1961, 1966, 1967.
57. Polling Places (and related materials); 1960.
58. Precincts, Anchorage Area (includes precinct maps); 1960.
59. Proclamations (Governor, Walter J. Hickel); 1967.
60. Professional Engineers (Registration & licensing); 1960.
61. Publications (Political, miscellaneous); 1966, 1967.
62. Public Health; 1960. "Alaska: frontier for health services"; U.S. Public Health Service, Public Health Reports (pp. 877-912); Oct. 1960. "Salmonella in Alaska"; By Ralph B. Williams, B.S., and Marie W. Dodson, M.S., U.S. Public Health Service, Public Health Reports (pp. 913-916). Papers related to the Greater Anchorage Health District budget; 1960.
63. Public Health Budget, 1961-1962; 1960. Budget Justification for 1961-62, Greater Anchorage Health District; 1960. Proposed Budget, Greater Anchorage Health District, 1961-1962; 1960.
64. Republican Party; 1960-1963, 1966.
65. Resolutions (to the State of Alaska); n.d., 1961, 1962, 1966. Organizations include: Alaska Carriers Association, Inc.; Alaska Judicial Conference; The City of Seward, Alaska; The American Legion-Department of Alaska; City of Anchorage, Alaska; and the Chugiak-Eagle River Borough Action Council.
66. Roads Committee; 1962.
67. Services, Commercial; n.d., 1961, 1962, 1966.
68. Special Events and Committees (special interest groups); n.d. 1961, 1962, 1965-1967.
69. Stationery: Representative Harold Strandberg, Anchorage, Alaska, House Districts 8 and 10; n.d.
70. Senate and House Journals and Journal Supplements (includes notes); 1966, 1967.

Box 6

71. Status of House and Senate Bills; 1961, 1962. Portions of Alaska Administrative Code, Register 4; Jan. 1962.
72. Superior Court of Alaska; 1966. Valid apportionment of the State Senate.
73. Support Data - First Session; 1960, 1961.
74. Telegrams; 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967.
75. Toll and Free Highway Bond Financing Report, 1961. Toll and Free Highway Bond Financing; A Report by Thomas J. Fratar, Partner, Jack Kinstlinger, Project Engineer, and Maurice B. Ballabon, Economist, Tippets-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, Engineers and Architects; Presented at the International Road Federation, Pacific Regional Conference, Sydney Australia, February 27-March 3, 1961 (25 pp., photo-illustrated).
76. U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1961, 1962.
77. U.S. Department of Labor; 1966, 1967. Current Population Estimates, Alaska, By Election District, July 1, 1966; Alaska Department of Labor, Employment Security Division, Research and Analysis Section; 1966.
78. U.S. Department of Transportation, 1967. Highway Safety Program Standards, 4.4.1-4.4.13, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau; June 27, 1967.
79. Voting Precincts (includes maps); n.d., 1958, 1960-1962.
Maps located in flat cabinets:
  a. Topographic Mapping, Progress of Operations, Fiscal Year 1960 as of March 31,
1960; U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey (Scale: 1:5,000,000); 1960 (26.5 X 40.5 inch).
  b. Election District 8, Voting Precincts, Anchorage, Alaska, November 6, 1962; 1962
(2 copies, 29.5 X 35 inch; located in flat cabinets).

Box 7

Series 2. Audit Reports and Special Reports; 1962-1966. .9 cu. ft.
1. Annual Report - State of Alaska; 1962. State of Alaska, Annual Report, Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1962; Prepared by Department of Administration; 1962.
2. Audit Report - Department of Administration; July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964. Division of Supply, Alaska Surplus Property Service.
3. Audit Reports - Department of Commerce (1 of 5); July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Alaska Wing, Civil Air Patrol.
  b. Alaska World War II Veterans Revolving Fund.
  c. Board of Barber Examiners.
  d. Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
  e. Board of Dental Examiners.
  f. Board of Electrical Examiners.
4. Audit Reports - Department of Commerce (2 of 5); July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Board of Engineers and Architects Examiners.
  b. Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences.
  c. Board of Examiners in Optometry.
  d. Board of Hairdressing & Bueaulty Culture Examiners.
  e. Board of Nursing.
  f. Board of Pharmacy.
5. Audit Reports - Department of Commerce (3 of 5); July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Board of Public Accountancy.
  b. Board of Veterinary Examiners.
  c. Consolidated Report.
  d. Division of Banking and Securities.
  e. Division of Corporations.
  f. Division of Insurance.
6. Audit Reports - Department of Commerce (4 of 5); July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Division of Veterans Affairs, Veteran Service Council.
  b. Division of Weights and Measures.
  c. General Administration and Operations.
  d. Licensing Boards, Consolidated Report.
  e. Office of the Commissioner.
  f. Public Service Division, Air Commerce.
7. Audit Reports - Department of Commerce (5 of 5); July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Public Service Division, Consolidated Report.
  b. Public Service Division, Motor Transportation.
  c. Public Service Division, Office of the Director.
  d. Public Service Division, Public Service Commission.
  e. Real Estate Commission.
  f. State Medical Board.
8. Audit Report - Department of Health and Welfare; July 1, 1964 to June 30, 1965. Division of Public Health, Environmental Health.
9. Audit Reports - Department of Highways; July 1, 1962 to June 30, 1963.
  a. Consolidated Report.
  b. Engineering.
  c. General Administration.
  d. Highway Maintenance.

Box 8

10. Audit Reports - Department of Labor; July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Division of Administration.
  b. Division of Safety.
  c. Division of Wage and Hour.
  d. Division of Workmen's Compensation.
  e. Fishermen's Fund.
  f. Consolidated Report.
  g. Second Injury Fund.
11. Audit Reports - Department of Military Affairs; July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Air National Guard.
  b. Army National Guard.
  c. Consolidated Report.
  d. Division of Administration.
  e. Military Construction.
12. Audit Report - Department of Natural Resources; July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1965. Division of Agriculture, Agriculture Loan Fund.
13. Audit Reports - Department of Public Safety; July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
  a. Commissioner's Office.
  b. Consolidated Report.
  c. Division of Civil Defense.
  d. Division of Fire Prevention.
  e. Division of State Police.
14. Legislative Audit Committee - Annual Reports; 1961, 1964, 1965.
15. Legislative Audit Committee - Committee Agenda; 1965, 1966.
16. Legislative Audit Committee - Minutes; Nov. 1964-Jan. 1965.
17. Legislative Audit Committee - Minutes; Mar. 1965-June 1967.
18. Legislative Audit Committee - Special Reports (1 of 3); 1964-1966.
  a. Alaska Agricultural Revolving Loan Fund; June 30, 1965.
  b. Alaska State Development Corporation; Dec. 31, 1964
  c. Alaska State Development Corporation; Jan. 31, 1966.
  d. Alaska State Housing Authority, Water and Sewer Contract, Nunaka Valley Subdivision; July 25, 1965.

Box 9

19. Legislative Audit Committee - Special Reports (2 of 3); 1965.
  a. Alleged Uneconomic Price Competition for Air Charter Contract Award; Oct. 5, 1965.
  b. Anchorage and Fairbanks International Airports, Comparative Revenues and Related Matters; Apr. 21, 1965.
  c. Anchorage International Airport; Contracts with Northwest Airlines, Inc.; Mar. 1, 1965.
  d. Comparison of Costs, State-Owned and Chartered Aircraft, Department of Fish and Game, July 1, 1964 - June 30, 1965; Oct. 10 1965.
  e. Custody, Control, and Issuance of Transportation Request Books; Mar. 10, 1965.
  f. Department of Labor, Division of Employment Security, Controls & Enforcement of Laws & Regulations; Sep. 27, 1965.
  g. Meetings and Activities of Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences and State Medical Board, July 30, 1963 - June 30, 1964; Aug. 26, 1965.
20. Legislative Audit Committee - Special Reports (3 of 3); 1965.
  a. New York Worlds Fair, Alaska Exhibit Concession, Revenues and Related Matters,1964 Season; June 25, 1965.
  b. Public School Foundation Act, Required Local Effort by Nome, Cordova and Kodiak; Mar. 25, 1965.
  c. Sale of and Accounting for Sport Fishing and Hunting Licenses, and Game Tags by Commission Agents (Licensing Officers); May 25, 1965.
  d. State Investment in and Revenues from Alaska Exhibit at New York World Fair, April 15, 1963 - July 31, 1965; Aug. 30, 1965.
  e. Transfer of Surplus State Automotive and Construction Equipment to Political Subdivisions (Alaska Statues 44.74.070.080); Feb. 10, 1965.

Box 10

Series 3. Miscellaneous Publications - Reports and Studies; 1954, 1956, 1960-1965.
.45 cu. ft.

1. Alaska Department of Labor; 1962.
  a. Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1961; Employment Security Division; Jan. 2, 1962.
  b. Alaska Statistical Quarterly, Fourth Quarter 1961; Employment Security Division; 1962.
2. Borough Government - Final Report; 1961. Final Report on Borough Government, January 1961; Alaska Legislative Council and Local Affairs Agency.
3. Budget Document, 1961-1962; 1961 State of Alaska, Budget Document, 1961-1962. Submitted to the First Session, Second State Legislature, William A. Egan, Governor; 1961.
4. Budget Document, 1962-1963; 1962. State of Alaska, Budget Document, 1962-1963, Submitted to the Second Session, Second State Legislature, William A. Egan, Governor; 1962.
5. Civil Aeronautics Board; 1954, 1956.
  a. Before the Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington, D.C., Docket No. 5756, et. al., In the Matter of Applications and Certificates or Amendments of Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity, Known as the States-Alaska Case, Brief of Alaska Airlines, Inc., To the Examiner; June 7, 1954.
  b. Before the Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington, D.C., In the matter of the Investigation of Intra-Alaska Air Services, Docket No. 6093 et al., Brief on Behalf of the Bureau of Air Operations to Examiner Herbert K. Bryan; Nov. 30, 1956.
6. Homestead Acres Water and Sewer System (copied documents); 1963-1965.
7. Naptowne Unit, Kenai Peninsula, Oil and Gas Lease, Standard Oil of California (agreement for development); n.d.
8. Nunaka Valley Water and Sewer System (copied documents); 1961, 1963-1965.
9. Spenard Utilities Water and Sewer Service (copied documents); 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965.


Part III. Mining, Engineering, and Personal Papers; n.d., 1923-1985. .65 cu. ft.

Box 1

Series 1. Consulting Engineer Files; n.d., 1923-1978. .4 cu. ft.
Note: Oversize maps are located in flat cabinets. Proprietary materials in the files have been removed from files designated with an asterisk (*).

1. "47" Creek Study: Russell Schaefer (includes assay reports and operating statements; n.d., 1948, 1950-1954.
2. "47" Creek Study: Report on Cinnibar Creek; 1971. Report on Cinnibar Creek, Kuskokwim Precinct, Alaska; By Robert F. Lyman; Jan. 10, 1971.
*3. "47" Creek Study: Maps; 1954, 1970, 1973.
Maps located in flat cabinets:
  a. Sleetmute (A-6) Quadrangle, Alaska, 1:63 360 Series (Topographic); U.S. Geological Survey (Contour Interval 50'); 1954 (17 X 21 inch).
  b. Plate 1. Reconnaissance Geologic Map Showing Location of Rock and Stream Sedimant Samples, Taylor Mountains C-8 Quadrangle, Alaska; Geology by J.M. Hoare, W.H. Condon, A.L. Clark and D.H. Sorg, 1969; Compiled by W.H. Condon, 1970 (Cinnabar areas circled; blueprint copy, 18 X 24 inch).
  c. Plate 1. Reconnaissance Geologic Map Showing Location of Rock and Stream Sedimant Samples, Taylor Mountains D-8 Quadrangle, Alaska; Geology by J.M. Hoare, W.H. Condon, A.L. Clark and D.H. Sorg, 1969; Compiled by W.H. Condon, 1970 (Cinnabar areas circled; blueprint copy, 18 X 24 inch).
  *d. 47 Creek Property of F.S. McClure, Aniak District - Alaska; Harold Strandberg, Consulting Engineer, Juneau, Alaska (Scale: 1"=1000'); Aug. 24, 1973 (3 blueprint copies, 18 X 24 inch).
4. Bristol Bay; 1963. Reconnaissance of Beach Sands, Bristol Bay, Alaska; By Robert V. Berryhill; report of investigations 6214; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines (48 pp.); 1963.
*5. Chititu Mines Co.: Russel R. Roetger (correspondence); 1974, 1976.
6. Cosna River Lead; 1964. Summary Report of Mineral Examinations, Cosna River Lead, Hot Springs District, Alaska; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines; Oct. 15, 1964.
7. Fidalgo Mine: Herbert Report; n.d., 1970.
  Map:
Fidalgo Mine Electrical Survey (Scale: 1"= 40'); n.d.(reproduced on 5 sheets).
  Report:
Summary Report; Charles F. Herbert, Registered Professional Engineer, Mineral Exploration, Valuation, Development (9 pp.); Jan. 21, 1970.
8. Funter Bay Property: Fred Estaugh; n.d., 1971.
Map located in flat cabinets:
Vertical Longitudinal Section Through Center Line of Claims, Alaska Dano Mines Co., Funter Bay Alaska, Survey No. 1513 (Scale 1"=1000'); n.d. (Copy, 14 X 22 inch).
Report on Property Owned By Alaska Dano Mines Co.; Northwest Testing Laboratories, Seattle (7 pp.); n.d.
9. Manley Hot Springs Airport-Lands: Alaska Department of Transportation: Maps and Notes; n.d., 1923, 1962, 1966, 1969, 1977, 1978.
Maps located in flat cabinets:
  a. Plat map, U.S. Survey No. 4078, Alaska, Embracing Lots 1 Through 7, Situated at Manley Hot Springs, Alaska, Including the Dependent Resurvey 1-10, U.S. Survey No. 3441, and a Portion of Line 3-4, U.S. Survey No. 916...; Surveyed by John T. Moran and Kenneth C. Pettingill, Supervisory Cadastral Surveyors; Aug. 1 to Sep. 19, 1962 (Copy, 18 X 24.5 inch).
  b. Plat of U.S. Survey No. 1490, of the Homestead Claim...of Martin Sabin, situated on the South edge of the Town of Hot Springs, and 1¼ miles distant from the Tanana River, Territory of Alaska; Executed by E.D. Calvin, U.S. Cadastral Engineer (Scale: 6 Chs.= 1"); June 4, 1923 (Copy, 18 X 25½ inch).
  c. Manley Hot Springs Plan and Profile; State of Alaska, Department of Public Works, Division of Aviation; 1966 (22 X 36 inch).
  d. Manley Hot Springs Master Plan; State of Alaska, Department of Public Works,
Division of Aviation (Scale: 1"= 200'); 1966 (22 X 36 inch).
  e. Manley Hot Springs Property Plan; State of Alaska, Department of Public Works,
Division of Aviation (Scale: 1"=200'); 1969 (4 copies: 1 with superimposed aerial photo; 22 X 36 inch).
10. Eva Creek Mining Co.; n.d., 1931. General Geology of the Bonnefield District (7 pp.); n.d. Flotation and cyanide tests; n.d., 1931. Drawing located in flat cabinets: General Arrangement and Framing Details for 50 Ton Gravity Concentration & Flotation Mill for Eva Creek Mining Co., Ferry, Alaska; J.D. Rieser, Engineer, San Fransisco, California (Scale: ¼"= 12'); n.d. (Blueprint copy, 25 X 34 inch).
*11. Klondike Placer Gold Corporation (includes correspondence); 1974, 1975.
Report: *Klondike Placer Gold Corporation: 1974 Operating Report, 1974 Financial Report, 1975 Estimates; Oct. 1974.
Drawing located in flat cabinets:
Washing Plant with 6, 4-Cell Placer Jigs (Scale: ¼"=1'); Nov. 1, 1974 (Blueprint copy, 24 X 36 inch).
*12. Peters Creek Study (correspondence, schedules, and research materials) ; n.d., 1938, 1943, 1950, 1957, 1958, 1961, 1972-1974. Original journal pages; Sep. 1972, July 1974.
13. Peters Creek Study: Maps; n.d., 1935, 1943, 1954, 1958, 1972.
Maps located in flat cabinets:
  a. Peters Creek Placer Property, South Central Alaska, 1972 Exploration Program, Confluence of Peters, Cottonwood, and Big Willow Creek; Lomex, Inc., Alaska Geological Consultants (Scale: 1"= 400', Contour Interval 10'); 1972 (2 copies, 1 annotated; 14 X 15 inch).
  b. Talkeetna (C-2) Quadrangle, Alaska, 1:63 360 Series (Topographic); U.S. Geological Survey (Contour Interval 100'); 1958 (19 X 21 inch).
  c. Talkeetna (B-2) Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, 1:63 360 Series (Topographic); U.S. Geological Survey (Contour Interval 100'); 1954 (19 X 21 inch).
  d. Hand-drawn map of mining claims on Peters Creek; n.d. (Blueprint copy, 19 X 29 inch).
  e. Rough Sketch, Peters Creek, Showing Approx. Claim Locations, Etc. To Be Corrected as Verified; Merle H. Guise, E.M., Fairbanks (Scale 2'= 1 mile); Dec. 1935 (Blueprint copy, 15.5 X 57 inch).
  f. Placer Gravel Map of Peters Creek, Alaska; Peters Creek Mining Co.; Mapped by
J.B. Morgan, with Additions and Amendments By J. Tapscot; Oct. 1943 (Blueprint copy, 19 X 78 inch).

*14. Walker's Fork Reports (various clients); 1973, 1975.

15. Mining Claims Patent Data, 1978 (U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management publications); 1971, 1975, 1976.

Series 2. Strandberg Mining Records; 1935-1985. .15 cu. ft.
Note: Oversize maps are located in flat cabinets.

1. Colorado Creek; n.d., 1951, 1960, 1985.
Map:
Colorado Creek, Strandberg Mines, Inc.; Adapted from mine office map. Drilling done in 1938 by L.C. Doheny; Charles F. Herbert (Scale: 1"=200'); Sep. 1960 (Blueprint copy, folded, 11 X 35 inch).
2. Eureka Area; n.d., 1935, 1960.
Maps located in flat cabinets:
  a. Properties of J.R. Frank Placer Gold Mining Co., Located-Hot Springs Mining
District, Tanana River Valley, Alaska; 1935 (15 X 40 inch).
  b. Map of Eureka area mining claims; n.d. (21 X 74 inch).
Map:
Eureka Area, Strandberg Mines, Inc.; Adapted from aerial photos of June 1957. Drill holes by L. McGee and Strandberg Mines, Inc. - location approximate; Charles F. Herbert (Scale: 1"= 1000'); Sep. 1960 (Blueprint copy, folded, 11.5 X 32 inch).
3. Lower Candle Reserves; n.d., 1955. Estimate of Lower Candle Reserves; Apr. 15, 1955.
4. Otter Creek Reports, Flat, Alaska; 1938, 1968 Memorandum from L.C. Doheny to David Strandberg & Other Holding Co. on Exploration of Otter Creek, Flat, Alaska (report); Dec. 7, 1938. Reconnaissance Sampling of Decomposed Monzonite for Gold Near Flat, Alaska; By A.L. Kimbal; U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; 1968 (39 pp.).
5. Tofty Area; n.d. 1953-55, 1957-1959, 1962-1966, 1972, 1977-1979. Cache Creek Ditch mining logs; n.d., 1958, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1972. Affidavits of Annual Labor; 1953-1954, 1954-1955, 1963-1964, 1977-1978, 1978-1979. Agreement, Lease and Option; Sep. 1953. Bill of Sale and Deed; July 1957. Plat maps of Mann Mining Co. mining claims; n.d. (3 b&w negatives, 4 X 6 inch).
Map:
Tofty Area, Strandberg Mines, Inc.; Map drill hole locations from U.S. Bureau of Mines' R.I. 5373, by Bruce I. Thomas (1957) - Cache Creek, from Strandberg Mines. Drill Hole date from Alaska Dredging Co., Ltd. (circa 1928), Tom Dean, Cleary Hill Mines (1939-47), Strandberg Mines (1958); Charles F. Herbert; Sep. 1960 (Blueprint copy, folded, 11 X 52 inch).

Series 3. Miscellaneous Personal Papers; 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1967. .1 cu. ft.
1
. Miscellaneous personal papers; 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1967.
  a. Letter from David Strandberg to admissions office at University of Utah concerning entrance into the school of mines; Jan. 16, 1957.
  b. Fourth Annual Mining, Minerals and Petroleum Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, April 3, 5, 5, 1959; Presented by the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers (program; William J. Strandberg, member of Conference Committee); 1959.
  c. Alaska Airlines, Inc., Paine Field, Everett, Washington: Uniform Airbill for Harold Strandberg; Oct. 20, 1959.
  d. U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor, decision in the case of Strandberg Mines, Inc., et al., A28872 (with cover letter); Oct. 24, 25, 1961.
  e. City of Anchorage Municipal Bulletin; Aug. 1963. "All Unquiet on the Waterfront" (pp. 1, with map).
  f. Letter from W.E. Friday, Director of Elections, State of Alaska, to Doug Strandberg concerning proposed initiative to relocate the state capital to Western Alaska; Apr. 3, 1967.

Serie 4. Visual Materials; n.d., 1931-1953. .1 cu. ft.

Subseries 4a. Photographs from Barbara Strandberg; n.d., 1931, 1950, 1953 (9 b&w
prints; 2 color prints).
1
. Photographs; n.d., 1931, 1950, 1953.
  a. "Wood used in one season in the wood burning dragline"; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  b. "Part of woodpile for wood burning dragline" Harold Strandberg at right; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  c. "Old wood burning dragline"; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  d. "More wood at Folger"; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  e. "Hosing off the overburden at Cripple Creek"; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  f. "Hauling in wood cut near Iditarod River"; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  g. "Cleanup of sluice box at Folger camp - Cripple Creek" Harold Strandberg in center; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  h. "First arrival in spring at Cripple Creek - Folger" Men next to McGee Airways plane; n.d. (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  i. "Washing plant at Candle Creek"; 1950 (color print, 3.5 X 5.75 inch, faded and yellowed).
  j. "Trip to Utopia with oil"; 1953 (color print, 3.5 X 5.75 inch, faded and yellowed).
  k. "Harold Strandberg on wagon, Lower Cleary, 1931"; Stanley Oldzyieski photo; 1931 (b&w print, 5 X 6.75 inch). Attached letter from University of Alaska President Ernest N. Patty to Harold
Strandberg concerning photograph; Apr. 14, 1959.

Subseries 4b. Photographs from Doug Strandberg; n.d., 1945 (7 b&w prints).
1
. Photographs; n.d., 1945.
  a. Group photo of six men in front of automobile (Harold Strandberg second from right); ca. 1930s (b&w print, 3.5 X 5.75 inch).
  b. Family photo of Harold Strandberg and wife Barbara, brother Odin Strandberg and wife Marie, and their children; ca. 1945 (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  c. Barbara Strandberg with infant son; ca. 1945 (b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
  d. Front of family home in winter; n.d. (b&w print, 2.5 X 3.5 inch).
  e. Harold Strandberg, Ted Strandberg and wife Peggy, and children sitting on beach; n.d. (b&w print, 2.5 X 3.5 inch).
  f. Four children of Harold Strandberg in head nets on overturned wheelbarrow; n.d. (b&w print, 2.5 X 3.5 inch).
  g. Three young Strandberg children on doorsteps of house; n.d. (b&w print, 2.5 X 3.5 inch).

Subseries 4c. Film (video transfer); n.d., 1937-1938.
1. Harold Strandberg Film (13 reels, copy 1); n.d., 1937-1938 (VHS videocassette, 120 minutes).