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FOW! and Other Fingerprints
Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, 1966. 48 pages. The author's first book, a collection of poems. According to his obituary in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Warfel (1932-2011) moved to Alaska in 1958. He founded the Arctic Circle Theater and "was one of the original five of Alaska's Flying Poets," about which your humble cataloguer would like to know more. Uncommon. ISBN: 281AIB1038160.
First edition (first printing). A fine hardcover copy; no dust jacket, probably as issued. This copy is inscribed to Donald Kaufmann, a professor of English at the University of South Florida. Before moving to Florida, Kaufmann taught for several years in Alaska, in the mid-1960s, where he apparently met Warfel. The inscription reads, "Don--Thank you for all your delicate shadings while this preface was being made. Ken."Book ID: 190983More details Price: $50.00
Alaska, Alaska via Great Northern and Sheltered Seas
St. Paul, MN: Great Northern, (n.d. but late 1930s). 20 pages. 8 by 9 inches. Promotional brochure encouraging travel from the midwest, through Glacier National Park, ending in Seattle or Vancouver, with a connecting cruise excursion to Alaska. Nicely illustrated with photographs. ISBN: 281AIB1024453.
Fine in wrappers.Book ID: 108138More details Price: $37.50
Where We Found a Whale: A History of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
Washington, D. C: National Park Service, 2008. 127 pages. Many color illustrations. 11 X 8 inches. ISBN: 9780979643248.
First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in illustrated wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 263779
Alaska Via the Historic Inside Passage: SS Prince George, Canadian National Steamships [cover title]
Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Canadian National Steamships. 8-1/2 by 11 inches. Pamphlet with cruise schedules for the summer of 1962. Printed in color with several black-and-white photo reproductions. ISBN: 281AIB1036235.
A very good copy. Center crease, former owner's stamp on cover. Travel agent stamp on rear.Book ID: 174224
The Midnight Sun: Descriptive Notes & Helpful Suggestions on the Journey to Alaska (April 1931)
(N.-pl., Canada): Canadian National Steamships, 1931. 3-1/2 by 6 inches. 32 pages; printed in two colors. A promotional brochure for a steamship service between Vancouver, British Columbia, and various ports in Alaska. Published in April 1931. ISBN: 281AIB1044514.
A fine copy in wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 228544
Glimpses of Alaska As It Was and As It Is
Juneau, Alaska: Alaska Territorial Chamber of Commerce, 1938. 111 pages. 3-3/4 by 8-3/4 inches. A promotional brochure jointly issued by 15 city chambers of commerce. ISBN: 281AIB1044516.
Near fine. Second edition? There was a 1937 edition, too.Book ID: 228550
Map of Alaska [cover title]
Seattle, WA: Kroll Map Company, . 46 by 32-1/2 folding map printed in three colors. With population data for 1939 and an index of towns. ISBN: 281AIB1038245.
1-1/2 inch tear at base of folding covers; a couple of small splits at the map folds; generally very good.Book ID: 191506More details Price: $20.00
Escorted Summer Tours to Alaska
Seattle, WA: Ask Mr. Foster, 1954. 4 by 9 inches. 6 panel brochure, printed in two colors. ISBN: 281AIB1039250.
Near fine.Book ID: 198929More details Price: $15.00
Alaska Then and Now: Anchorage, Fairbanks & Juneau
Thunder Bay Press, 2008. ISBN: 9781592237999.
Very GoodBook ID: 182981More details Price: $12.50
Alaskan Shipping, 1867-1878: Arrivals and Departures at the Port of Sitka (Materials for the Study of Alaskan History, No. 1)
Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1972. 63 pages. ISBN: 9780919642867.
First edition (first printing). Very good in wrappers (paperback). Scattered foxing on page edges. Former opwner name on inside front coverBook ID: 265015
Mission of change in Alaska: Eskimos and Moravians on the Kuskokwim
Huntington Library, 1963. ISBN: B0006AYVIQ.
Very GoodBook ID: 77347
A Legacy of Arctic Art
University of Washington Press, 1996. ISBN: 9780295975184.
Very GoodBook ID: 86001
The Arctic Hysterias of The North Alaska Eskimo
Washington, D.C: American Anthropological Association, (1972). ISBN: B000ZGOML2.
Very GoodBook ID: 237132
Alexander Baranov & A Pacific Empire
Juneau, Alaska: E. Engstrom and A. Engstrom Publishers, 2004. 227 pages. Baranov was the Chief Manager of the Russian American Company from 1790 to 1818 and played an important role in the history of Alaska. Illustrated with maps and color and black-and-white photographs. 11.25 x 9 inches. ISBN: 9780964570139.
Very GoodBook ID: 200892
Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964: Engineering
National Academy Press, 1980. ISBN: 9780309016063.
Very GoodBook ID: 206259
Moved by a Mountain, Inspiration from an Alpine View in Alaska
Wild Coast Media, 2013. ISBN: 9780988522909.
FineBook ID: 188342More details Price: $8.00
Alaska Travel Guide
H.P. Books, 1976. ISBN: 9780912656380.
Very GoodBook ID: 219374More details Price: $7.98
The Streets Were Paved With Gold: A Pictorial History of the Klondike Gold Rush 1896-99
Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, 1977. ISBN: 9780933126039.
Very GoodBook ID: 127496More details Price: $6.48