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51) 1 album, 1 file
Contains photographs of Seward and surrounding areas. Subjects include Mt.
Marathon race, Episcopal church, outdoor activities, and high school aged children during
52) Swetmann Scholarship Collection – 2 boxes, 1 file
Contains reports written by High School students covering topics related
to Seward. Includes photos, videos, cassette tapes, CD's, and art projects.
53) Seward All-American City Collection – 1 box
Contains paper materials pertaining to the naming of Seward as an All American City.
Materials include news-clippings, magazines, pamphlets, transcript of the address of
the members of the award comitte, and a flag.
54) Seward Resident Collection – 1 box
Contains paper items pertaining to Seward residents, such as Herman Leir
or more recent Dot Bardarson and Mitch Seavy. Contents include obituaries,
personal accounts / stories, cassette tapes and pamphlets.
55) Centennial Collection – 1 box
Contains photographs, paper materials such as newspaper clippings, and a CD.
Subjects include written accounts, family history, photos 4th of July and Seward residents.
56) Seward Silver Salmon Derby Collection – 1 file
Contains paper materials pertaining to the Derby. Includes committee minutes and
information for business, advertisements, and brochures.
57) Mount Marathon Race Collection – 1 box
Contains paper materials generated from and about the race from 1959-1992.
Includes newspaper articles, informative fliers, programs, rules and regulations,
and some photographs.
58) Student Paper Collection – 1 box
Contains reports generated by Doug Capra's high school and adult classes
in Alaska history. Topics include subjects pertinent to Seward history.
59) Photo Negative Collection – 2 boxes
Contains negatives from the Sylvia Sexton Collection, Miscellaneous Collection, and
Elsie Blue Collection.
60) Nebraska-Seward-Alaska Collection – 1 box
Contains mostly paper items from Seward, NE including books, newspaper clippings,
and some photos. Also includes items from a trip taken to Seward, NE by Seward, AK residents.