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1 Season of 1890, grand summer tour to Alaska Cover title: Raymond's vacation excursions : excursion to Alaska. "The party to leave Boston Saturday, July 19, and to return Saturday, September 6. Price of tickets (all traveling expenses included), $500.00." Includes bibliographical references. 1890
2 Alaska: its history and resources, gold fields, routes and scenery 1895
3 Die Goldsucher 1904
4 All about Alaska [1890] Includes sailing schedules, timetables, and excerpts from newspaper accounts. 1890-02-20
5 All about Alaska [1886] Includes timetables and excerpts from newspaper accounts. 1886
6 Alaska almanac, 1909
7 The Alaska almanac, 1908 Predecessor title: The Alaska Club's almanac. 1908
8 The Alaska Club's 1905 almanac Successor title: The Alaska almanac
9 The Industrial dawn of Alaska
10 The Alaska Club's almanac, 1907 1907
11 Republican campaign book, 1916 [1916?]
12 A trip to Alaska Cover title. / Series: Evenings with missions; no. 3. 1894
13 Memorial of the people of southeastern Alaska to the President and Congress of the United States 1881
14 Alaska excursions, 1904 Cover title.
Initial 21 numbered pages present information about the Pacific Coast Steamship Company's fleet and routes as well as general facts about Alaska that are of interest to tourists. Followed by 53 unnumbered pages printed in format to encourage recording of the individual traveler's trip diary.
15 Alaska, "our frontier wonderland" cover title. 1919
16 Alaska excursions: season 1888. Running title: All about Alaska. Based on comparison with similar items, likely published by Pacific Coast Steamship Company in San Francisco. 1888?
17 Western Alaska 1886
18 Alaska excursions: season 1915 Cover title. 1915
19 Alaska, along the shores and beyond Differs from 1899 edition in that pages are numbered. [19--]
20 A glimpse of the Second Alaska territorial legislature and other features. "Written at Juneau, the Capital, during the Second Legislative Session, March-April, 1915, by Earle C. Jameson." [1915]