William C. Fackler photographs; 1959-1960. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0745. Photographs of oil drilling operation near Nulato, Alaska.
Fairview Community Council records; 2008-2014.0.5 cubic feet. Records of a community council serving the Fairview Neighborhood of Anchorage.
Tom Faraday scrapbook; 1939-1940. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0611. Photographs, clippings, and memorabilia of junior ambassador to Alaska.
Charles O. Farciot papers and photographs; 1858-1886. 0.7 cubic feet. hmc-0463. Photographer of scenes in Arizona and Alaska.
Raymond F. Farwell, Jr. papers; 1941-1959. 0.45 cubic feet. hmc-0906. Papers of U.S. Navy officer who served in Alaska during World War II.
Herbert L. Faulkner telegram; 1912. 0.01 cubic. feet hmc-0956. Telegram from a U. S. Marshal in Juneau.
Federation of Community Councils of Anchorage records; 1973-2004. 5 cubic feet. hmc-0728.
Marie "Sue" Feinler scrapbook; 1931 July. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0508. Scrapbook documenting a cruise to Alaska aboard the S. S. Northwestern.
James H. Ferguson photograph negatives; undated, 1948-1950. 0.01 cubic feet hmc-1007-AHS. Photographic negatives taken by a journalist who traveled to Alaska.
Peter L. Ferry family photographs; 1929. 0.02 cubic feet hmc-1021-AHS. Family that visited Alaska and the Yukon Territory.
Thelma Fetters scrapbook; 1942-1943. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0485. Clippings and photographs related to Alaska during World War II.
Fred Wildon Fickett (1857-1928) papers; 1858-1989. 5.1 cubic feet. hmc-0108. Soldier and member of the army exploratory expedition to the Alaskan interior in 1885.
Howard L. and Willoughby Filer papers; 1937-1985. 0.1 cubic feet. hmc-0476. Letters and photographs from a U.S. Army construction worker and his wife stationed in Alaska
Edwin F. Finch scrapbook; 1964. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0653. Scrapbook containing photos and papers documenting the Alaska earthquake of 1964..
FIRST INTERSTATE CORPORATION OF ALASKA. Records; 1963-1989. 13.3 cubic feet Inventory. hmc-0473. Corporate records of the parent company of First Interstate Bank of Alaska.
VICTOR FISCHER (b. 1924). Papers; ca. 1967-1990. 30 cubic feet Partially processed. hmc-0109. Member of Alaska Legislature and UAA faculty member.
Mildred Fisher photograph album; 1939. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0661. Trip album of an Oklahoma schoolteacher who toured the Western U.S. and Alaska.
Walter J. Fitzgerald photographs; 1940. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0849. Photographs of a Catholic bishop's confirmation trip to the Lower Yukon and the Bering Sea coast.
Gerald Flynn photographs; undated, 1942-1945. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-0594. Photographs collected by a member of the United States Army, Eleventh Air Force, 54th Fighter Squadron stationed on Attu Island during World War II.
Harold G. Forster photograph album; 1942-1945. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0864. Photograph album of an Eleventh Air Force soldier who served in the Ordinance Department at Elmendorf Field.
Robert Fortuine papers; 1934-2008. 14.6 cubic feet. hmc-0455. U. S. Public Health Service physician and medical historian.
Andy Fossum papers; 1941-1945. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0521. Letters and photos of U. S. Army Corps of Engineers soldier stationed at Fort Raymond in Seward.
Frank C. Fox photographs; 1946-1993. 0.5 cubic feet. hmc-0708. Photographs of a pilot with the U.S. Air Force who served at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage.
William H. Francis photograph album; undated, 1941-1942. 0.25 cubic feet. hmc-0943. Photograph album of a U. S. Army Air Corps officer who served in the Aleutians with 343rd Fighter Group.
HENRY K. "HANK" FRESE (1922-2004). World War II Veterans' Papers and Photographs; 1942-2003. 5.2 cubic feet Inventory. hmc-0862. Photographic technician and aerial photographer who served at Shemya Air Base.
Betsy and Milo Fritz papers; circa 1930-2009. 135 cubic feet. hmc-1072. Personal and professional papers of a long-time Alaskan doctor and legislator and his wife,a nurse.
JAMES E. FULLERTON GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Business Records; 1921-1924. .1 cubic feet hmc-0834. Miscellaneous records of a general store in Flat, Alaska.
Last Updated: November 12, 2008.