WASHINGTON D. LACABANNE. Letters; 1931. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0670. Nushagak cannery employee.
J. K LAING. Letters; 1898-1899. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0107. Man traveling on Yukon River steamboats.
ALINE C. AND MAX LaLANDE (1905-1980, 1912-1999)(Ak. Hist. Soc. Col.). Obituary and Photographs; 1943, 1959, 1980. .1 cubic feet. hmc-1031-AHS Baker and wife who came to Alaska in the 1940s.
Roger Lang papers; 1966-1978. 6.0 cubic feet. hmc-0158. Papers of Alaska Native leader relating to his activities in various organizations.
ASHLEY P. (1904-1998) AND RUTH W. LARKIN (1905-2005). Tourist Scrapbooks; 1968, 1973. .6 cubic feet. hmc-0820. Couple from Rochester, New York, who toured the western U.S., Canada, and Alaska in 1968.
Bill Lathan slides; 1977. 0.01 cubic feet. hmc-1055. Photographs from a surveyor working on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction.
William S. Laughlin papers; 1931-1998. Approximately 80 cubic feet. hmc-0360. Papers of a physical anthropologist who worked in the Aleutians.
Clara Cook Lawrence photographs; circa 1907-1917. 0.02 cubic feet hmc-0159. Photographs and postcards from a teacher at the Jesse Lee Home in Unalaska, Alaska.
Janie Leask papers; 1983-1991. 1.0 cubic feet. hmc-1147. The professional papers of a president of the Alaska Federation of Natives.
CHARLES DAVID LEE. World War II Photographs and Papers; n.d., 1940, 1944, 1945. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0577. Soldier with the Eleventh Air Force who served at Adak.
MYRTLE LENAGER. Tourist Scrapbook; 1951. .45 cubic feet. hmc-0574. Travel scrapbook of her trip from Greensboro, Kansas, through the U.S., Western Canada, and Alaska.
NANCY LESH (b. 1944). Papers; 1963-1988. 2.75 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-0160. Miscellaneous papers of a UAA librarian and faculty member.
CARL F. LEWIS. Photographs and Artifacts; 1916, 1917,1919-1922, ca. 1950. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0802. Company G, 21st Infantry Regiment soldier who served at Fort Gibbon.
JOHN B. LEWIS (1900-1978). Photograph Album; 1901-1903. .2 cubic feet. List. hmc-0769. Nome Gold Rush era photograph album. Original owner or creator unknown.
ROBERT C. LEWIS. (Ak. Hist Soc. Col.) World War II Papers and Photographs; n.d., 1941-1943, 1951. .45 cubic feet. Inventory. hmc-1026-AHS. Soldier who served at Fort Raymond in Seward during World War II.
JOHN F. LHOTKA, JR. (1921-1993). World War II Papers and Photographs; 1942-1946. .2 cubic feet. hmc-0928. Chemical Warfare Service officer who served at Fort Richardson and Adak Army Air Field.
CHARLES LINDFERS. Letters Received; 1914, 1926. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0842. Miner who worked at Susitna and Flat, Alaska.
Edith and Edward Lindsay papers; 1964. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1135. Papers from a couple who lived and worked in downtown Anchorage at the time of the 1964 earthquake.
Sally Lindsay (1864-1951). Photographs; ca. 1900-1910. .1 cubic feet. List. hmc-0163. Hotel proprietor in Porcupine, Alaska.
Milton Lipton oil reports; 1956-1986. 10 cubic feet. hmc-0971. International oil issue reports written by Milton Lipton's consulting firm, Walter J. Levy Consultants Corp.
LITERARY ARTISTS GUILD OF ALASKA. Records; 1981-1982. .2 cubic feet. List. hmc-0164.
LOIS LITTLE. Tourist Photograph Album; 1931, 1935. .25 cubic feet. List. hmc-0575. Sioux City, Iowa schoolteacher who cruised Southeast Alaska on the S.S. Dorothy Alexander in 1931.
Bob and Marie Logan slides; circa 1945-1962. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-1071. Color slides belonging to an Alaska state senator and his wife.
CHARLES LONERO. Letter; 1947. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0609. Medical Administrative Corps captain who was stationed at Ft. Richardson.
DEMAR C. LONG (1933-1993). Photograph Album; 1953. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0736. Album of young Anchorage Elks Club leader.
Lorrie and Sarge color slides; 1948. 0.2 cubic feet. hmc-0750. Primarily travel slides of couple who stayed at Fort Richardson and toured Alaska.
Charles V. Lucier papers; 1903-2009. 12.15 cubic feet. hmc-0165. Papers and photographs of an Alaska anthropologist and archaeologist.
EARL J. LUCIER. World War II Photograph Album; n.d., 1944. .1 cubic feet. hmc-0621.
Last updated: November 13, 2008.