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Birthday party for late Sen. Ted Stevens Nov. 18

University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Rasmuson Library will commemorate the 90th birthday of the late Sen. Ted Stevens on Nov. 18.

The event will begin with a cake-cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. on Level 4.

At 6 p.m., a gallery talk on Level 2 will discuss the role maps played in Stevens’ career.

An exhibit, “Mapping Alaska,” will explore the creative pursuit of navigating the state’s diverse geography, featuring materials from the Ted Stevens Papers archive.

For more information call 474-7947 or email eeeckman@alaska.edu.

Originally posted at:

http://library.uaf.edu/apr-news-birthday-party-late-sen-ted-stevens-nov-18

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Research Room closing early November 18

The Research Room will be closing at 2 pm on Monday, November 18, to set up for an event that evening.

We are sorry for the inconvenience, but please join us for a celebration of Senator Ted Stevens.

Please visit the  link bel0w for more information:

http://library.uaf.edu/apr-news-birthday-party-late-sen-ted-stevens-nov-18

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Open House pics

Thanks to all who supported our Open House last week. Please join us for our next Archives Month event tomorrow: Pioneer Voices: Highlights of the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society Audio Collection presented by Leslie McCartney, oral history curator. The talk is part of the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society’s monthly meeting.

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Please contact Leslie McCartney at lmccartney@alaska.edu or call 474-7737 for more information.

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Open House!

The Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives are kicking off Archives month by hosting an Open House on Tuesday, October 8 from 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm. There will be tours of the archives stacks, vault tours, a Project Jukebox listening station and curators and archivists on hand to discuss their collections. Please join us, this event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Begin your tour in the Research Room located on level 2 of the Rasmuson Library.

Contact 907-474-2791 or UAF-APR-reference-Service@alaska.edu for more information.

Open House flier

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Ted Stevens Day 2013

The Ted Stevens Papers Project celebrated Ted Stevens Day 2013 with a traveling exhibit at the Fairbanks Republican Women’s Club BBQ at the Holm Town Nursery. The exhibit, Women for Stevens: Citizenship, Leadership and Grassroots Participation, highlights materials selected from the Ted Stevens Papers Collection, the papers of the League of Women Voters of Tanana Valley (1964 – 2004), the John and Edith Holm Papers (1958 – 1989), and the Fairbanks Republican Women’s Club Records (1960 – 1987), all housed in the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives.

From the mid-1800s through the present, participation in local women’s clubs often serves as a springboard to develop knowledge and skills that can lead to political organization on national and international levels. The Women for Stevens exhibit revolves around themes of leadership, organizing, fundraising, education and community engagement, featuring items from the early 1972 Women for Stevens campaign, the Alaska Federation of Women’s Clubs 1926 Year Book, memorabilia from fundraisers such as the First Ladies on Parade fashion show and dinner, and scrapbooks from the Fairbanks Republican Women’s Club annual meeting with Senator Stevens as keynote speaker.

 

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Ted Stevens Papers Project Event!!!

Rasmuson Library will host a public presentation entitled Recognition, Honors and Gratitude for a Senator, 6:30pm Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, with NORS graduate student Susannah Dowds in the second floor gallery.

Based on numerous plaques and awards received by Senator Stevens over the
years, Susannah has created an eye-catching exhibit that is fun, as well as
educational. The items displayed demonstrate the numerous groups and
organizations Stevens worked with and represented during his congressional
career, and the breadth of issues involved in a senator’s work. The exhibit
highlights the local connections between Stevens and his Alaskan
constituents.

Light refreshments will be served.

For additional information please contact, Mary Anne Hamblen, at mhamblen2@alaska.edu

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Ted Stevens Day 2012 Displays in the research room

Fun stuff from oFrom the Bob Bartlett Papersur collections that was on display last Wednesday.From the Ernest Gruening Papers

From the William Egan Papers

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Ted Stevens Day 2012

On Wednesday, July 18 , at 6:30 PM, on level 3 of the Rasmuson Library, you are invited to a  gallery talk & reception: Pipeline Politics & People: Reflecting on 35 years of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.

For more information please contact Suzanne Bishop 907-474-6997.

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July 18th celebrate Ted Stevens Day!

Ted Stevens Day this year, July 28th, marks 35 years since the first oil reached Valdez, Alaska, from the North Slope.

The Ted Stevens Papers Project is celebrating Ted Stevens Day 2012 on July 18th with a reception and gallery talk. 

Stay tuned for more details!!

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Ted Stevens Project YouTube Channel


http://www.youtube.com/user/tedstevensproject/

This YouTube site features video clips of the late U.S. Senator from Alaska, Ted Stevens (11/18/1923 — 08/09/2010). Most of the clips are from the Ted Stevens Papers Project and the rest are from the Alaska Film Archives.

The newest video is an interview with Stevens in 2005 about his experience after Pearl Harbor.

The video takes place in Senator Stevens’ Washington D.C. office and has never been published before. The interviewer is currently unknown.

Please leave a comment or contact Ted Stevens Project Archivist Mary Anne Hamblen (907-474-7947) if you have more information on this video.

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