Check out our new holiday exhibits on level 2, all exhibits completed by our archives student assistants!
Archives staff donated cornbread during the United Way Chili Cook-off last Tuesday (Nov. 12). We used two recipes we found in the Cooperative Services Records and one staff member donated pilot bread, as that is an authentic side for chili too!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.
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Thank you to everyone who made it to last night’s showing! It was a blast!
Join us tonight for a screening of 16mm films
FREE and Open to the Public
Wednesday October 30, 7-9 pm
Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, Level 2
Fairbanks Where We Live (1980)
Our Community Speaks (1974)
Alaska Is Our Campus (1971)
Alaska’s Lifeline (1970s)
FEATURING PROJECTIONIST EXTRAORDINAIRE: PROFESSOR ROB PRINCE
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
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Thanks to everyone who came out and attended Rose Speranza’s talk “Seek and Perhaps Ye Shall Find … Religious Records and Resources for the Study of Alaskan History.”
We hope to see you at our last Archives month event next Wednesday, a showing of historical Alaska Films.
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On Oct. 22 at 7 p.m., Rose Speranza, assistant archivist at the APRCA, will present “Seek and Perhaps Ye Shall Find … Religious Records and Resources for the Study of Alaskan History.” It will focus primarily on the written records created by various Christian denominations — where they are housed, the type of materials one might expect to find and the uses that can be made of them.
Please contact Rose Speranza at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 474-2791 for more information.
Thank you to everyone who came out and attended Leslie McCartney’s presentation at the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society’s (TYHS) monthly meeting .
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Tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., Leslie McCartney, curator of oral history at Rasmuson Library, will present “Pioneer Voices: Highlights of the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society Audio Collection.” The talk is part of the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society’s monthly meeting. The society recently made available hundreds of hours of oral history recordings made by several notable Interior Alaska pioneers.
Free & open to the public.
Location: Research Room on level 2 of the Rasmuson Library.
Please contact Leslie McCartney at email@example.com or call 474-7737 for more information.