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Elmer Rasmuson: A Life of Service: References and Acknowledgements

Elmer Rasmuson: A Life of Service: The Papers of Elmer E. Rasmuson (1909-2000)

Elmer E. Rasmuson- A Life of Service - The Papers of Elmer E. Rasmuson (1909-2000)

References and Acknowledgements

The Elmer E. Rasmuson Papers are available to researchers at the Archives, Alaska and Polar Regions Collections, Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Call 907-74-2791 or email UAF-APR-reference-Service@alaska.edu.

Works Cited

Cole, Terrence and Elmer E. Rasmuson. Banking on Alaska: The Story of the National Bank of Alaska. Volumes 1 & 2. Anchorage: National Bank of Alaska, 2000.

Falk, Marvin W. "The Alaska and Polar Regions Collection at the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library." Alaska Journal. V. 9, no. 1 (Winter 1979): 65-70.

Suggested Bibliography

Related Collections held by the Alaska and Polar Regions Department

Manuscript Collections

The Elmer E. Rasmuson Papers.

Oral Histories

Katie Hurley is interviewed by Terrence Cole in Wasilla, AK on February 4, 2004. Hurley discusses her role as chief clerk at the Alaska Constitutional Convention, her staff, working for Ernest Gruening, Gruening's relationship with Elmer Rasmuson, and Evangeline Atwood's parties in Anchorage.

Maynard Londborg is interviewed by Terrence Cole in Denver, CO on March 31, 2004. Londborg discusses working as a missionary in Yakutat, why he became a delegate to the Alaska Constitutional Convention, and mentions Jenny Olson Rasmuson

Lynn F. Saupe is interviewed by Olivia M. Brito on April 24, 1996, in Kodiak, AK. Saupe discusses the 1964 earthquake, tsunami, and recovery. He also discusses SBA loans and the National Bank of Alaska in Kodiak.

Rosa Wallace is interviewed by Kim Robinson on April 5, 1996 in Kodiak, Alaska. Wallace discusses her parents of Aleut-Russian and Norwegian ancestry, her childhood in Unga, Kodiak Island becoming a borough, and the National Bank of Alaska in Kodiak.

Related Secondary Sources

Atwood, Bob. Bob Atwood's Alaska. Anchorage AK: Marilaine Pub, 2003.

Cole, Terrence and Elmer E. Rasmuson. Banking on Alaska: The Story of the National Bank of Alaska. Volumes 1 & 2. Anchorage: National Bank of Alaska, 2000.

Falk, Marvin W. "The Alaska and Polar Regions Collection at the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library." Alaska Journal. V. 9, no. 1 (Winter 1979): 65-70.

First National Bank of Anchorage. The Bank for all Alaskans. Anchorage, AK: First National Bank of Anchorage, 1992.

Acknowledgements

With thanks to the Rasmuson Family

Financial Assistance
Unrestricted gift from Mary Louise Rasmuson
Grant from the Rasmuson Foundation

Curator
Lisa Morris

Assistance
Archives, Alaska and Polar Regions Collections
Kimberly Armstrong
Margaret Asbury
Caroline Atuk-Derrick
Marvin Falk
Robert Forshaw
Anne Foster
Susan Grigg
Michael Knavel
Robyn Russell
Angela Schmidt
Dick Tordoff
Richard Veazey

 

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