Alaska Packers Association records, 1841-1989  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Alaska Packers Association
Title
Alaska Packers Association records
Dates
1841-1989 (inclusive)
1890-1974 (bulk)
Quantity
170 Linear Feet, ( )
Collection Number
XOE_CPNWS0026apa (collection)
Summary
The Alaska Packers Association records document the history of one of the most dominant forces in the commercial fishing industry in Alaska and the Puget Sound from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth century. The bulk of the records span from 1890 through 1974, documenting the growth of the industry, its technological and economic development, the geographic expansion of the salmon trade, and labor conditions. The records include administrative and financial records, production records, maps, plans, photographs, newspaper clipping files, industry publications, and extensive information relating to APA personnel.
Repository
Western Washington University, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
Goltz-Murray Archives Building
808 25th St.
Bellingham, WA
98225
Telephone: 360-650-7534
cpnws@wwu.edu
Access Restrictions

Access to personnel records containing social security numbers and other sensitive information is restricted until further notice.

Additional Reference Guides

Microfilm in the Alaska Packers Association records at the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies is described in the inventory in accordance with the collection's main series and subseries arrangement. To facilitate physical access to the microfilm, the collection file at the Center contains a list of microfilm contents in the order that they appear on each reel.

Languages
English.
Sponsor
Funding for preparing this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Funding for encoding the finding aid was awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

From the 1890s through the 1960s, the Alaska Packers Association (APA) comprised a dominant force in the fishing industry of the Pacific Northwest. With operations located in the Puget Sound and across Alaska, APA was closely involved in many of the major developments and conflicts relating to fishing activities and rights in the region during this period, including use of land, labor and conservation techniques.

APA's origins reflect early commercial concerns within the Alaska fishing industry. As production of canned salmon rose dramatically during the 1880s and 1890s, Alaska-based fishing and packing companies began to suffer increasingly from competition and lack of consumer demand. In 1892 therefore, the majority of fisheries-related operations in Alaska joined forces to form the Alaska Packing Association, aiming to regulate their operations and pursue more successful marketing strategies. In February 1893, twenty-five of the thirty-three Alaska companies formed the Alaska Packers Association, the records of which are contained within this collection.

By consolidating and expanding the holdings of predecessor companies including the Chignik Bay Packing Company and the Central Alaska Company, the APA soon comprised one of the largest operations in the fishing industry. Through the early 1930s, the Association was noted in particular for its "star fleet," of up to thirty large sailing ships, which transported men, supplies and goods between San Francisco and Alaska. APA controlled and established fishing and cannery stations and salteries at sites that included Nushagak, Kvichak, Ugashik, Naknek and Egegik in the Bristol Bay area. The association also maintained stations at Karluk, Alitak, Cook Inlet and Chignik in Central Alaska, and Fort Wrangell and Loring in southeastern Alaska. Puget Sound operations included a cannery at Point Roberts, Washington (acquired in 1894 and operational until the 1920s), and canneries, warehouses and a boat repair yard located on Semiahmoo Spit, in Blaine, Washington. APA operations were supervised and directed from central offices in San Francisco, with regional headquarters based in Seattle until the early 1960s and then at Semiahmoo until 1974. In 1961, APA opened regional offices in Kodiak and Anchorage in Alaska, to supervise production activities. The association was dependent upon labor from Native Alaskan, Chinese, Mexican, Filipino and African American workers, as well as men and women of European and Anglo-American descent. Although its operations focused primarily on the catch, processing and sale of salmon, APA also harvested marine life such as razor clams and king crab from Kodiak and Cordova from 1961.

APA experienced its largest period of growth and prosperity during the first two decades of the twentieth century. In 1905, APA introduced the successful Argo brand canned salmon to the consumer market. From 1916, following acquisition of the corporation's interests by San-Francisco-based California Packing Company (CALPAC), APA products were marketed and sold under the popular "Del Monte" and "Pioneer" labels.

The 1920s, however, heralded a period of growing economic uncertainty and political conflict for APA and other fishery operations in Alaska. The 1920s and 1930s witnessed the beginning of major federal efforts to regulate the activities of the commercial fishing industry, in attempts to minimize the depletion of marine stocks, and also to protect the interests and fishing rights of Native Alaskans. The White Act of 1924 comprised the first in a series of restrictive legislation, enabling the Secretary of Commerce to impose limits on the number of salmon caught and canned each year, as well as limiting fishing seasons, and determining the use and type of fishing gear. With the passage of Initiative 77 in 1935, the Washington State Legislature prohibited use of fixed gear (namely fish traps and set nets) in the Puget Sound. Use of floating fish traps in Alaska was finally outlawed in 1959, when the Territory acquired statehood. Such regulations comprised a source of growing conflict between Bureau of Fisheries officials, commercial fisheries and native and non-native local fishermen. Efforts by native Alaskans to define and protect their rights to fishing and ancestral grounds during this period resulted in prolonged legal conflicts. Claims by members of the Haida and Tlingit tribes, and villagers in Karluk on Kodiak Island, for example, were among those protested by APA and other packing companies. Perceived competition from Japanese and Russian fishing on the high seas comprised a further source of concern within the industry in the post-war period. US fishing operations including APA and also Bellingham-based Pacific American Fisheries formed inter-organizational lobbying groups such as the Bristol Bay Salmon Canners and the Association of Pacific Fisheries to defend their interests. Conflicts and legal battles regarding rights to fish and property in Alaskan territory - and the right of the government to regulate the commercial fisheries - continued to rage through the 1960s and beyond.

By the 1940s, all major fishing operations in Alaska were affected adversely by declining salmon runs, as well as disruption caused by the conscription of men and ships during World War II. Fluctuating salmon runs and high operating costs necessitated increasingly conservative management of cannery operations during the post-war period. Despite recovering sufficiently to gain slight profits during the 1950s, APA was unable to enjoy the same degree of prosperity and possibilities for commercial expansion it had found in the early twentieth century. The 1958 Del Monte Annual Report acknowledged the uncertain future of the Alaska salmon industry - salmon runs during the previous year had failed to meet pre-season estimates, and the APA salmon division had operated at a loss.

In the early 1960s, now under the corporate leadership of the Del Monte Corporation, APA moved its regional offices from Seattle to Semiahmoo, Washington. Over the next two decades, Del Monte began gradually to divest its interests and property in Alaska and the Alaska fishing industry. Several of APA's former stations and canneries in Alaska continued to operate under new ownership, sometimes on a season-to-season basis. APA ended its salmon canning operations at Blaine in 1964, although continued to manufacture labels there for another decade, moving its head offices to Bellevue, Washington in 1974. The boat repair yard remained in operation until 1981, at which point APA transferred all its Semiahmoo property (including buildings, artifacts and records) to Whatcom County Park and Recreation Board. In March 1982, Alaska Packers Association was formally renamed DMC Properties. As a subsidiary of Del Monte Corporation, DMC Properties continued to deal in real estate in Alaska.

Background information from:

The Alaska Packers Association records, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 98225

DeMuth, Phyllis & Sullivan, Michael,A Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records 1891-1970, ( Juneau, Alaska: Alaska Department of Education Division of State Libraries and Museums, July 1983).

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The records of the Alaska Packers Association at the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies reflect the history of APA and the development of commercial fisheries in the Pacific Northwest from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth centuries. While the collection contains records dating from 1841 through 1989, the bulk of materials are dated between 1890 and 1974. These bulk dates correspond to APA’s history from its inception in 1893 through its decline as a dominant force in the Alaska fishing industry over the 1960s and 1970s.

Administrative and corporate records and financial records comprise part of the “core” of the APA collection at the CPNWS, most of which were created and maintained in the company’s central offices in San Francisco, California. Administrative and Corporate records document APA’s incorporation in February 1893, and its early consolidation of property and interests in Alaska and the Puget Sound. Administrative record books dated 1891-1941 include a mixture of minutes, agreements, correspondence and contracts. Together with cannery agreements from 1893-1910, the administrative record books reflect APA’s early acquisition and expansion of fishing and cannery operations. The administrative and corporate series also contains internal correspondence maintained by APA’s regional offices in Seattle between 1958 and 1961. This includes a small amount of correspondence from officials including APA vice president and general manager Aubin Barthold, general correspondence files, and “cannery correspondence.” Much of the correspondence pertains to meetings, statistical date, and operational procedure, including references also to labor needs and appointments, wages, shipping and supply of goods to Alaska.

Financial records include bound account ledgers and voucher and receipt books maintained at APA’s San Francisco offices, spanning the period 1902-1967. These ledgers contain detailed documentation of APA income and expenditures, including breakdowns of accounts at individual canneries, and with various companies and suppliers. The series contains additional account books and financial statements specific to the workings, receipts and expenditures of different canneries. Sales records document charges for equipment and materials relating to the APA’s boat yard operations at Semiahmoo between 1961 and 1964.

Property records reflect APA’s interest in California and particularly in Alaska and the Puget Sound. Many of the textual property records were generated by APA for tax purposes and include estimated values of real estate and moveable assets including buildings, equipment and vessels. Capital Asset cards pertain primarily to property at Naknek and Kvichak in Alaska. The series also contains general property and survey maps from Alaska and the Puget Sound, Alaska homestead claim maps dating from 1892 through 1937 and cannery maps (mostly 1950-1960s). Correspondence and information files document APA’s concerns and actions in relation to Native Alaskan land and fishing claims through the period 1939-1954. Additional materials concerning Native Alaskan land and fishing rights are located in Series VI (Fishing Activities and Operations). The John McFarlane Cuthill Collection at the CPNWS contains related material regarding APA property and that of its successor company, DMC Properties.

Personnel records reflect the composition, duties and wages of APA’s workforce from 1907 through 1972. Researchers should note that access to payroll, retirement and personnel cards containing social security numbers or recent payroll information is restricted until further notice. General employment data files contain clippings, memos and correspondence pertaining to employment regulations and procedures during the 1950s and 1960s, with particular reference to employee wages, and occasional mention of union and labor activity in 1959. Contracts and agreements spanning the period 1911-1963 are small in number, but document APA’s agreements with independent and company fishermen as to the duties and payment of employees in Alaska and the Puget Sound. Payroll records are arranged in two main groups, with records arranged chronologically in each. The first group comprises payroll records for workers in both Alaska and the Puget Sound, spanning the period 1913-1970. Records include bound payroll registers maintained at APA’s San Francisco offices between 1913-1947 and 1968-1970, and partial records for warehouse and cannery workers from the 1950s and 1964. The remaining group of payroll records comprises hours and wage records for Puget Sound workers between 1961 and 1964, generated at APA’s Semiahmoo offices. The series also contains personnel cards for regular APA employees (ca. 1918-1951) and gillnet fishermen (1907-41), arranged alphabetically by name of employee. Cards document the service record of individual employees, often including date and place of birth and other family information.

General Cannery Operations comprises records relating primarily to APA’s daily operations and procedure at canneries and fishing stations in Alaska and the Puget Sound, with the bulk of material dating from 1893-1974. These include the select correspondence of cannery superintendents at Chignik and Semiahmoo, reflecting their communication and relations with local businesses as well as with officials in APA’s San Francisco offices, and government bodies such as the Departments of Labor and Licensing. Letters mostly concern procedural matters such as the use and supply of equipment, labor and licensing regulations, insurance, taxes and business accounts. Pack records document salmon catches from APA’s entire operations in the Puget Sound and Alaska, spanning the period 1893-1972. Supply and shipping records, equipment and machinery records and work orders reflect APA’s distribution and transfer of canned goods, equipment, machinery and vessels between its various operations. Supply records and work orders include a large body of files documenting activities and repair work at the Blaine/Semiahmoo shipyard between 1963-1964. In addition to records of “ground” activity, the series contains logbooks generated by launch captains and engineers of APA fishing vessels (mostly dated between 1950 and 1970), and pilot’s journals dated 1946-1973.

Fishing Operations and Activities records reflect APA’s involvement in and response to many of the issues and debates surrounding expansion of the commercial fisheries in Alaska and the Puget Sound during the twentieth century. APA’s San Francisco and Seattle offices both maintained central subject files entitled “Alaska Fisheries Operations,” “Karluk,” “Legislation and Regulations” and “Alaska Fishing Matters Conferences,” which document many of the major developments and conflicts in the Alaska fishing industry from the 1920s through the 1960s. These files include memos, internal and external correspondence and clippings regarding federal regulation of fishing seasons and gear, Native land and fishing claims, labor disputes, Japanese high seas fishing, and the perceived impact of such issues on APA fisheries in Alaska. The files also contain clippings, memos and occasional minutes and transcripts relating to the Fish and Wildlife Service hearings on fishing regulations, including information about salmon runs and fishing restrictions in areas including Chignik, Karluk, and in particular, the Bristol Bay area. Correspondence and minutes in both the “special subject” and Alaska Fishing Matters Conference files reflect APA’s membership and involvement in commercial fisheries interest groups and inter-institutional lobbying organizations such as the Bristol Bay Packers. Correspondents in these files include US Bureau of Fisheries Commissioner Frank T. Bell, and Washington Senator Warren Magnusson.

Records in Fishing Operations also include navigational maps, and maps and a small number of textual records documenting the location and use of APA fish traps in Alaska from around 1904-32. Additional plans and drawings are located in the engineering records, which comprise mostly oversize plans and architectural drawings, arranged into separate categories relating to buildings, vessels, and equipment and machinery. Record books dated 1950 also contain photographs and structural specifications for buildings at Chignik, Karluk, Larsen Bay, Pilot Point, Semiahmoo and Ugashik.

The reference series contains valuable source material regarding the background and history of the Alaska Packers Association, and the major changes affecting the fishing industry from the late nineteenth century through the late 1960s. Company-maintained “History Files” include clippings, and copies of articles and notes regarding APA, the star fleet of sailing vessels, and the history of the commercial fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. Publications and reports spanning the period 1909-1978 include printed material generated by APA, fishing and canning organizations including the National Canners Association, and government agencies such as the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries and the Fish and Wildlife Service. The bulk of these materials date from around 1940 through the 1960s, and reflect industry-related research and technological developments, as well as the processes of economic expansion and decline affecting commercial fishing bodies such as APA. The collection contains copies of the Del Monte Shield, the magazine of APA’s parent company Del Monte, dating from 1948 through 1965. Other significant materials in the reference series are the newspaper clippings maintained by APA, including bound volumes of clippings dated 1898-1939. These files include a wealth of information about the issues and changes shaping the commercial fishing industry during this period, with reference to company and cannery agreements, fish prices and salmon runs, legislative changes, Native Alaskan land and fishing claims and labor conflicts. Some of these files are indexed, or contain clippings arranged topically. Reference files also include a small number of photographs of APA stations and fishing vessels in Alaska, and samples of APA salmon can labels used during the 1950s and from 1966 through 1972.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

Alaska Packers Association records, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Heritage Resources, Western Washington University, Bellingham WA 98225-9123.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series I :  Corporate and Administrative records, 1864-1961,   (bulk 1893-1961) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Agreements
1893-1910
Box/Folder
1/1
APA By-laws
1893
1/2
Cannery Agreements
1893-1900
1/3
Cannery Agreements
1901-1905
1/4
Cannery Agreements
1906-1910
Microfilm Reel
5
APA Deed of Trust
undated
Sub-series 2: Stock records
1908-1949
Volume
1
Stock Transfer Journal
1908-1912
2
Stock Ledger
1913
3
Stock Transfer Journal
1913-1923
Microfilm Reel
5
APA 54th Annual Reports for stockholders
1946-1949
Sub-series 3: Administrative Record Books
The APA administrative records (Microfilm Reels 1 to 3), arranged by year, contain annual summaries of administrative information including annual meeting minutes, list of companies included in the Association (1891), shareholders at the time of incorporation (1892), insurance, and dividends. Production information includes production by cannery and brand, salmon prices and disposition of pack. Operations information includes vessels in use, Chinese crew contracts, and a labor contract (1941). The year 1907 includes a 15-year comparative statement of production, costs, and profit.
1864-1941
Microfilm Reel
1
Administrative History Record Book
1891-1904
1
Administrative History Record Book
1905-1909
2
Administrative History Record Book
1910-1914
2
Administrative History Record Book
1922-(1927)
2
Administrative History Record Book
1928-(1934)
3
Administrative History Record Book
1935-(1940)
3
Administrative History Record Book
1941-
Box/Folder
1/5
New England Fishing Company
December 1864 - March 1879
Volume
4
Records of New England Fish Co.
1896-1902
Box/Folder
1/6
Northwestern Fishing Company
1903-1912
1/7
Northwestern Fishing Company
1915-1918
Sub-series 4: Internal Correspondence (Seattle Office)
1958-1962
Central Correspondence Files
Box/Folder
1/8
Company Directory
1958
1/9
Company Directory
January-April, 1958
1/10
Company Directory
May-August, 1958
1/11
Company Directory
September-December, 1958
1/12
Memos (financial)
January-April, 1958
1/13
Memos (financial)
May-August, 1958
1/14
Memos (financial)
September-December, 1958
1/15
Barthold, Aubin (Incoming)
January-April, 1958
1/16
Barthold, Aubin (Incoming)
May-August, 1958
1/17
Barthold, Aubin (Incoming)
September-December, 1958
1/18
Barthold, Aubin (Outgoing)
January-April, 1958
1/19
Barthold, Aubin (Outgoing)
May-August, 1958
1/20
Barthold, Aubin (Outgoing)
September-December, 1958
1/21
Barthold, Aubin (Personal)
January-December, 1958
1/23
Barthold, Aubin (Telegrams)
March-December, 1958
Cheyne, Harlan G.
March, 1958
2/1
Cooper, J.D (Incoming)
March-December 1958
2/2
Cooper, J.D (Outgoing)
January-December 1958
2/3
Cuthill, J.M.
January-December, 1958
2/4
Day, Clifton (Incoming)
January-July, 1958
2/5
Day, Clifton (Incoming)
August-December, 1958
2/6
Day, Clifton (Outgoing)
January-July, 1958
2/7
Day, Clifton (Outgoing)
August-December, 1958
2/8
Delebeque, Louis A.
April-May, 1958
2/9
Morrow, Janice
February-December, 1958
2/10
Tripp, Doyle C.
January-December, 1958
General Correspondence Files
Box/Folder
2/11
Internal Correspondence ("Miscellaneous")
1959
2/12
Internal Correspondence ("Miscellaneous")
July 1959 to May 1960
2/13
Internal Correspondence ("Miscellaneous")
January-December, 1960
2/14
'O' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/15
O'Neill, Herald A.
1961
2/16
'P' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/17
Pacific American Fisheries
January-December, 1961
2/18
Pack records
June 1961 ; August-October, 1961
2/19
Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro Law Offices
March-June, 1961
2/20
'Q' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/21
'R' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/22
'S' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/23
Shiel, W.P., & Co.
June-September 1961
2/24
'T' (Miscellaneous)
1961
2/25
Telegrams (Incoming)
January-June, 1961
2/26
Telegrams (Incoming)
July-December, 1961
2/27
Telegrams (Outgoing)
January-June, 1961
2/28
Telegrams (Outgoing)
July-December, 1961
3/1
Teletypes (Originals)
1961
3/2
Teletypes (Copies, some annotated)
1961
3/3
Totten, M.P. & Co.
1961
3/4
'U' (Miscellaneous)
1961
3/5
Unions
1961
3/6
US Engineers
1961
3/7
US Printing Office
1961
3/8
'V' (Miscellaneous)
1961
3/9
'W' (Miscellaneous)
1961
3/10
Washington State
1961
3/11
Western Union
January-July, 1961
3/12
Western Union
July-December, 1961
3/13
'X-Z' (Miscellaneous)
1961
3/14
General Internal
January-April, 1962
3/15
General Internal
January-April, 1962
Correspondence with Canneries
Box/Folder
3/16
Chignik (Incoming)
January-November, 1961
3/17
Chignik (Outgoing)
January-November, 1961
3/18
Cordova (Incoming)
January-October, 1961
3/19
Cordova (Outgoing)
January-December, 1961
3/20
Egregik
February-August, 1961
3/21
Egregik (Outgoing)
January-August, 1961
3/22
Ketchikan
February-August, 1961
3/23
Kodiak Area Office (Incoming)
1961
3/24
Kodiak Area Office (Outgoing)
January-May, 1961
3/25
Kodiak Area Office (Outgoing)
June-December, 1961
3/26
Kodiak Area Office (Outgoing)
May 1961 ; October-November, 1961
3/27
Larsen Bay (Incoming)
May-September, 1961
3/28
Larsen Bay (Outgoing)
January-September, 1961
3/29
Naknek
January-September, 1961
3/30
Nushagak
January-August, 1961
3/31
Pilot Point
January-August, 1961
3/32
Semiahmoo
1961

Series II :  Financial records, 1893-1968 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Accounts
1902-1967
Volume
5
Financial Ledger
1902-1903
6
Financial Ledger
1905
7
General Ledger
1906
8
General Ledger
1907
9
"Miscellaneous" Account Book
1907
10
General Ledger
1908
11
General Ledger
1909
12
Financial Ledger (Cannery Stations)
1909
13
General Ledger
1910
14
General Ledger
1911
15
General Ledger
1912
16
General Ledger
1913
17
General Ledger
1914
18
General Ledger
1915
19
General Ledger
1916
20
General Ledger
1917
21
General Ledger
1918
22
General Ledger
1919
23
General Ledger
1920
24
General Ledger
1921
25
General Ledger
1922
26
General Ledger
1923
27
General Ledger
1924
28
General Ledger
1925
29
General Ledger
1926
30
General Ledger
1927
31
General Ledger
1928
32
General Ledger
1929
33
General Ledger
1930
34
General Ledger
1931
35
General Ledger
1932
36
General Ledger
1933
37
General Ledger
1934
38
General Ledger
1935
39
General Ledger
1936
40
General Ledger
1937
41
General Ledger
1938
42
General Ledger
1939
43
General Ledger
1940
44
General Ledger
1941
45
General Ledger
1942
46
General Ledger
1943
47
General Ledger
1944
48
General Ledger
1945
49
General Ledger
1946
50
Miscellaneous Financial Journal
1947
51
General Ledger
1947
52
General Ledger
1948
53
General Ledger
1949
54
General Ledger
1949-1950
55
General Ledger
1950-1951
56
General Ledger
1951-1952
57
General Ledger
1952-1953
58
General Ledger
1953-1954
59
General Ledger
1954-1955
60
General Ledger
1955-1956
61
General Ledger
1956-1957
62
General Ledger
1957-1958
63
General Ledger
1958-1959
64
General Ledger
1959-1960
65
General Ledger
1960-1961
66
General Ledger
1961-1962
67
General Ledger
1962-1963
68
General Ledger
1963-1964
69
General Ledger
1964-1965
70
General Ledger
1965-1966
71
General Ledger
1966-1967
72
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1952-1953
73
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1953-1954
74
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1954-1955
75
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1955-1956
76
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1956-1957
77
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1957-1958
78
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1958-1959
79
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1959-1960
80
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1960-1961
81
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1961-1962
82
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1962-1963
83
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1963-1964
84
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1964-1965
85
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1965-1966
86
General Ledger (Voucher and Receipts Register)
1966-1967
Microfiche
1-227
Journals (15 volumes)
1915-1946
228-290
Voucher Journals (6 Volumes)
1941-1946
Volume
87
Account Book (Banking Records & Statements)
1940-1951
88
Account Ledger (APA West Sacramento Property)
1949-1955
89
Karluk Cannery Financial records
1940-1951
90
Puget Sound Station, Semiahmoo Ledger
1944
91
Puget Sound Account Ledger
1955
92
Fisherman's Ledger
1939
93
Fisherman's Ledger
1940
Box/Folder
4/1
Semiahmoo Expense Account (Building Repairs)
1946
4/2
Monthly Travel Expenses, Naknek
1958-1964
4/3
Accounts Receivable sub-ledger
1962
Sub-series 2: Financial Statements
Statements of Cannery Costs (Microfiche 312-339) document costs relating to materials, fuel and oil, labor, commissary and other expenses for APA canneries in Alaska and the Puget Sound.
1893-1950
Volume
94
Cost, Account & Distribution of Profit and Loss, Account to Canneries
1893-1911
95
Cannery Cost and Sales, Profit and Loss
1912
96
Distribution of Profit and Loss to Canneries
ca. 1925
97
Trial Balance Subsidiary
1931-1947
98
Encinal Terminal Reports (to Board of Directors of Price Waterhouse)
1940-1950
Microfiche
312-339
Statements of Cannery Costs
1893-1946
343-356
Statement of Canneries and Hatcheries
ca. 1893-1937
343-356
Statement of Fleet Account
ca. 1893-1937
Microfilm Reel
5
Alameda Shipyard Trial Balance Sheets
1934; ; 1935
Sub-series 3: Cash records
1933-1968
Volume
99
Cash Book
1933-1935
100
Cash Book
1935-1937
101
Cash Book
1937-1938
102
Cash Book
1938-1940
103
Cash Book
1940
104
Cash Book
1942
105
Cash Book
1946
106
Cash Book
March, 1950 - February, 1951
107
Cash Disbursements
1951
Box/Folder
4/4
Cash Deposits
Undated
4/5
Statement re: Blaine Division Office
1967
4/6
Insufficient Funds File
1964-1968
Sub-series 4: Tax and Insurance records
1929-1967
Volume
108
Insurance Fund Investments
1929-1954
Box/Folder
4/7
Taxable Income and Payment records
ca. 1950's
4/8
Insurance Correspondence
1966-1967
Sub-series 5: Fish Prices
1905-1963
Volume
109
Salmon Prices
Undated
110
Salmon Prices
1905-1912
111
Salmon Prices
1913-1920
112
Salmon Prices
1921-1929
113
Salmon Prices
1930-1935
114
Salmon Prices
1936-1941
Box/Folder
4/9
Fish Prices Cost Estimates File
ca.1962-1963
Sub-series 6: Sales
1963-1965
Box/Folder
5/1 - 5/14
Sales Slips (Materials), Blaine
March-July, 1963
6/1 - 6/13
Sales Slips (Materials), Blaine
July 1963 - February 1964
7/1 - 7/11
Sales Slips (Materials), Blaine
March-August, 1964
8/1 - 8/6
Sales Slips (Materials), Blaine
September 1964 - February 1965
8/7 - 8/15
Sales Invoices, Blaine (1 in 10 sample)
1961 - 1964

Series III:   Property , 1841-1989,   (bulk 1892-1960s ) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Real Estate
1859-1945
Microfilm Reel
5
Data on Alaska Land Patents
Undated
Box/Folder
9/1
Alaska and Puget Sound Land Claims (partial record)
1859
9/2 - 9/3
Alaska Land Patents (summaries)
ca.1900-1934
9/4
Carlisle Packing Company
1927; ; 1945
9/5
Correspondence re: Drayton Harbor (Semiahmoo) tidelands
1914-1918
9/6
Semiahmoo Tideland Deeds
ca.1911-1918
9/7
Semiahmoo Tidelands & Point Roberts Property Assessments
ca. 1920
9/8
Whatcom County Property Assessments
ca. 1950s
9/9
Property Assessments (West Sacramento, California)
1944-47
9/10
Property Assessment Proofs (West Sacramento, California)
1944-47
Property Assessment cards (West Sacramento Property)
ca. 1920-1949
Box/Folder
10/1
City Farms Subdivision
ca. 1920-1941
10/2
Garden Subdivision
ca. 1920-1941
10/3
Glide Subdivision
ca. 1920-1940
10/4
Jefferson Subdivision
ca. 1920-1941
10/5
Midland Subdivision
ca. 1920-1941
10/6
Un-subdivided
ca. 1920-1941
10/7
City Farms Subdivision
ca. 1940s
10/8
Garden Subdivision
ca. 1940s
10/9
Glide Subdivision
ca. 1940s
10/10
Jefferson Subdivision
ca. 1940s
10/11
Midland Subdivision
ca. 1940s
10/12
Un-subdivided
ca. 1940s
10/13
"Factors"
Undated
Sub-series 2: Company Assets
Materials on Microfiche #308-311 include data regarding canneries acquired and built by APA, as well as documentation of APA land patents in Alaska and in Whatcom and Skagit Counties, WA.
1893-1981
Microfiche
308-311
Company Assets: General
1893-1947
Oversize Folder
1
List of Alaska Fisheries & Companies (location and ownership)
1920
Volume
115
Capital Asset Ledger
1935-1951
116
Asset Ledger
ca. 1896-1940
117
Capital Assets/Plants (includes Vessel Lists)
ca. 1940's
Box/Folder
11/1
APA "Personal Property" statement - Whatcom County
1955
Capital Asset Property records
ca. 1947-1959
Box/Folder
11/2
Unknown location
Undated
11/3 - 11/4
Kvichak Cannery (with index)
Undated
11/5
Naknek Cannery
Undated
12/1
Naknek Cannery
ca. 1947-1959
13/1 - 13/2
Naknek Cannery
ca. 1947-1959
13/3
Plants <O> and <P>
ca. 1950
13/4
Pilot Point "Old Cards - new cards made"
ca. 1955-1957
Volume
118
Appraisal APA Diamond Cannery, Naknek
1941
119
Appraisal APA Diamond M Cannery, Naknek
1941
120
Blaine Assets
1981
Sub-series 3: Vessels
Vessels sold, wrecked, or abandoned, (Microfiches 444-446) 1 of 2: A first group lists physical and administrative information of ships’ final disposition, with some laws applicable to the individual ships included. A second group lists book values of ships in the 1940s; private and company telegraph codes for confidential communication of fishing information; radio addresses. A third group comprises Masters Memoranda, 1894 to 1936, 1 of 2: Listing and biographies of masters and captains qualified to command APA ships. Includes birthdate, place, employment resume, and salary. Vessel Information (Microfiches 441-443), volumes 1 to 6. Each volume contains notes regarding shipping definitions and laws, lists of ships in various classes, with details concerning physical parameters, history of construction and licensure, official numbers and call letters, and their eventual disposition. Included in the volumes are lists of vessels at various locations. Fleet Books/APA records of company assets for the years 1949 to 1965 (Microfiches 303-307) include the San Francisco office list of buildings, with their descriptions and uses in 1948 as well as purchases made in 1948. Also included is the value of equipment and small vessels in canneries in 1950 for insurance. The Fleet Book (undated but after 1951) for small vessels and launches provides physical detail as well as administrative information, some with photographs. The records include lists of materials used in building Columbia River boats in Blaine and a list of fishing boats in Alaska stations in 1948 and 1949.
1894-1982
Microfiche
444-445
Record of vessels sold, abandoned and wrecked
Undated
Microfilm Reel
5
Boat Licenses
1923
Box/Folder
14/1
List of APA-owned vessels in San Francisco
1908
14/2
APA Scows - record of sale
1906
14/3
Araphoe
1922
14/4
Chirikof
1946-1947
14/5
Delahof
1946-1947
14/6 - 14/9
West Point
1948-1953
14/10
Zachary R
1982
Microfiche
441-443
Vessel Information
1894-1936
303-307
Fleet Book
ca. 1950
Volume
121
Fleet Book (Assets, vessels and launches)
1950
Sub-series 4: Native Land and Fishing Rights
Files and data contained in box/folder no. 14/11 - 14/15 duplicate many of the records on Microfilm Reel 8. The date spans and contents of the Seattle files are slightly different, however, from those maintained in the San Francisco central office.
1935-1954
Box/Folder
14/11
Report - W.C. Arnold, "The Hydaburg Reservation: Its Background, Validity and Effects"
December 1950
Indian Fishing and Ancestral Rights Files (Seattle Regional Office)
Box/Folder
14/12 - 14/13
Volume 1 (General)
1939-54
14/14
Volume 2 (Kodiak)
1939-45
14/15
Volume 3 (Reports and Hearings)
1939-45
Indian Fishing and Ancestral Rights Files (San Francisco Office)
Microfilm Reel
8
General File
1935-1944
8
Kodiak File
1939-1950
8
Regulations and Hearings
1944-1945
Sub-series 5: General Area and Property Maps
The sub-series includes maps documenting the location of US surveys in Alaska, as well the locations of APA operations and property in Washington and Alaska. Researchers should note that additional Location Maps and Cannery Surveys for Alaska are available on Microfiche No. 499-502.
1841-1987
Alaska Maps
Volume
122
Book of Alaska Tidelands Maps
1962
Oversize Folder
1
Alaska US Geological Survey Maps (4 Items)
Undated
1
Bristol Bay (Snake River) Map
1925
1
Bristol Bay (Togiak Bay) Map
1924
1
Chignik District Map showing Canneries, Land Claims, and Fish Trap Locations
1946
1
Chignik Survey Maps (6 Items)
Undated
Rolled Document
1
Chignik District, Alaska Peninsula
1932
2
U.S. Patent Surveys of Chignik, AK
1932
3
Chignik District, Alaska Peninsula, corrected
1937
4
Chignik Lagoon, Southwestern Alaska
1932
5
Chignik Cannery Location and Pipe Line
1916
6
Chignik Lagoon
1912
7
Columbia River Packers Association, Chignik, AK
Undated
8
Anchorage Bay, Chignik, AK
1912
9
Chignik Lagoon, Chignik Bay, Western Alaska
Undated
10
Chignik Lagoon, Alaska
1924
11
Survey of Anchorage Bay Area
Undated
12-13
Chignik Townsite
1968
Oversize Folder
1
Chilkat Inlet Map
1905
1
Cook Inlet Map
1903
1
Copper River Map
Undated
1
Egegik River Maps (2 Items)
1903
1
Isanotski Strait Map
Undated
Rolled Document
14
Karluk District Locations (subsequent updates)
1903
15
Karluk Spit, Locations of Hauling Ground and Building of N.W.F Co.
1913
16
Kodiak Area, Salmon Streams, Bay Closures, Fishing Districts
1972
17
Kodiak Island, AK, Shrimp Quota Districts
1972
18
Kodiak Island, AK
1938
Oversize Folder
2
Ketchikan Town Map
1944
2
Kodiak Island Map
1939
2
Kodiak Island (Karluk River) Map
1889
2
Kodiak Island (Karluk) Location of U.S. Survey Maps (2 Items)
Undated
2
Kodiak Island (Karluk) Reconnaissance Map
Undated
2
Kodiak Island (Karluk) Personal Properties Survey Map
Undated
2
Kodiak Island (Karluk District) Locations Map
1903
2
Kodiak Island (Larson Bay)
1912
2
Kodiak Island (Olga Bay) Chart Map
1918
2
Kvichak Bay Area Map
1923
2
Kvichak River Maps (2 Items)
1903
2
Little River Fishing Station Map
1892
2
Loring Fish Hatchery Property Maps (2 Items)
1931
2
Naknek River Reconnaissance Map
1903
2
Naknek River U.S. Survey Maps (2 Items)
1903
2
Nushagak River Location of U.S. Surveys Maps (2 Items)
1903
2
Prince William Sound (Orca Inlet) Map
1903
2
Ugashik River Bound Survey Map
Undated
2
Ugashik River Location of U.S. Surveys Map (2 Items)
1903
2
Ugashik Quadrangle survey
1951
2
Ugashik Quadrangle survey (showing Pilot Point Station)
1951
2
Wood River Map
1903
Washington Survey and Property Maps
Oversize Folder
3
U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, Anacortes Quadrangle
1943
3
U.S. Geological Survey, Washinton, Samish Lake Quadrangle
1947
3
U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, Sumas Quadrangle, Survey Map
1943
3
Blaine Tideland Ownership List
Undated
3
Blaine Tidelands Maps (4 Items)
1939
3
Bound Puget Sound Property Maps (16 Items)
1916
3
Birch Bay Maps (6 Items)
Undated
3
Drayton Plat Map
1890
3
Point Roberts Property Map
Undated
4
Semiahmoo Hand-drawn Tidelands Ownership Map
1936
4
Rough Plan re: Semiahmoo Park
Undated
4
Bound Property Plats of Semiahmoo Spit & Point Roberts (6 Items)
1971
4
Historical map of Whidbey Island
Undated
4
Probable Territory of Semiahmoo Tribe (Hand-drawn copy)
Undated
5
Kroll Map of Bellingham (mounted in cork board)
Undated
Rolled Document
19
Semiahmoo Park, Road Easement, Semiahmoo Parkway, Whatcom County Park Property
1987
20
Semiahmoo Park, Aerial View of Park and Bay
Undated
21-22
Semiahmoo Park, Gas line location, Blaine, WA
Undated
23
Semiahmoo Park, Restoration Plan
1981
24-26
Semiahmoo Park, Gas line location, Blaine, WA (3 items)
Undated
27
Semiahmoo Park, Interpretive Center
1982
28
Semiahmoo Park, Gas line location, Blaine, WA, sheet 8
Undated
29-31
Drayton Harbor Road Relocation, Semiahmoo Spit Plan
1989
32
City of Blaine
1938
33
Blaine Harbor
1891
34
Point Roberts, Birch Bay, and Drayton's Cove
1841
35
Semiahmoo Park, Whatcom County Parks, Interpretive Center
1982
36
Semiahmoo Bay, Drayton Harbor, Blaine, WA
Undated
37-39
Drayton Harbor Road Relocation, Semiahmoo Spit Plan
1989
40
Salmon Canneries, Salteries, and Cold Storage Plants on Pacific Coast
1903
41
Photo Print of 1903 Pacific Fisherman Map, Locations of Salmon Canneries, Salteries, and Cold Storage Plants on Pacific Coast
Undated
42
Map of Salmon Canneries. Salteries and Storage Plants on the Pacific Coast, copyrighted
1903
43
Birch Bay Area, Township 40, Range 1E, Section 30
1975
44
Birch Bay Area, Township 40, Range 1E, Section 31
1959
45
Birch Bay Area, Township 40, Range 1W, Section 36
1959
46
Orthophoto Map of Semiahmoo Spit, Semiahmoo Bay, and Drayton Harbor
1984
47
Blaine Tide Lands, Blaine, WA (page 35)
1939
48
Blaine Tide Lands, Blaine, WA (page 36)
1939
49
Mountainview, Addition to Semiahmoo
1938
50
Semiahmoo, Washington, Plant. Insurance Diagram
1964
Sub-series 6: Survey Maps
Researchers should note that the homestead claim maps on Microfiche 465-498 are also available in original form. See oversize folders 6-7 (Alaska Packers Association Claims [84 items], 1903-1937) and oversize folders 8-14 (non-APA companies and individuals [270 items], 1892-1909 ).
1893-1937
Microfiche
447
US Survey No. 1 (Amended) Pyramid Harbor Packing Co., Chilkat Inlet
August 1897
447
Plat of Survey No. 2 tract of land on the NE shore of Chilkat Inlet Alaska, claimed by SH Perin
Undated
447
Plat of Amended S. No. 2 for Chilkat Packing Co, Surveyed August 12 & 13
1892
447
Amended Survey No. 3 Tract of public land claimed by Hugh Murray situated on northerly shore of Chilkat Inlet
August 14-17, 1897
447
Amended US Survey No. 8 - Alaska Salmon Packing and Fur Company. Loring, Naha Bay, surveyed
September 1-4, 1897
448
Amended US Survey no. 9. Aberdeen Packing CO. NW end of Wrangell Island
Undated
448
Amended US Survey No. 14. Rocky Point Fishing and Trading CO. northerly shore of Uganuk Bay, westerly coast of Kodiak Island
July 15-17, 1899
448
Survey no. 16 for Moses N. Hirsch
May 17 & 18, 1892
448
Survey no. 23 by Royal Packing Company Afognak Island (132 acre tract of land on shore of Afognak Bay)
1892
448
Survey no. 23 tract of land on south shore of Afognak Bay, Afognak Island, Alaska, claimed by Royal Packing Co.
Undated
448
Amended U.S. Survey no. 24, Karluk Packing Co., on Karluk Spit, Island of Kodiak, claim of Karluk Packing Co. (plat includes land and improvements)
April 29, to May 19, 1892
449
Amended U.S. Survey No. 24, Karluk Packing Co., on Karluk Spit, Island of Kodiak, claim of Karluk Packing Co. (plat includes land and improvements, and copy of sealed certification by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, Department of the Interior)
April 29, to May 19, 1892
449
Amended U.S. Survey no. 24, Karluk Packing Co., on Karluk Spit, Island of Kodiak, claim of Karluk Packing Co. (including land and improvements)
April 29-May 19, 1892
449
Survey no. 25, tract of land at the mouth and right bank of the Molina River on the West Coast of Afognak Island, claimed by George V. Vogel
Undated
449
Survey no. 26, tract of land at the mouth and left bank of the Molina River, on the West Coast of Afognak Island, claimed by Elkan Wasserman
Undated
449
Survey no. 27, tract of land on south shore of Uganik Bay on the West Coast of Kodiak Island, claimed by John Malovansky
Undated
449
Amended Survey no. 27, claimed by John Malovansky (tract of land on Uginuk Bay)
May 8 and 9, 1897
450
Survey no. 28 for Daniel E. Hayes (tract of land at confluence of Shelik of Straits and Little River)
July 19, 1892
450
Survey no. 29 for William Gerstle (tract of land between Shelikof Straits and Little River, area 5.45 acres)
July 9, 1892
450
Survey no. 29, tract of land near Little River, Kodiak Island, claimed by William Gerstle
Undated
450
Survey no. 30, tract of land on the S.W. shore of Afognak Bay, Afognak Island, Alaska, claimed by Gustav Niebaum
Undated
450
Survey no. 31, tract of land on the S.W. shore of Afognak Bay, Afognak Island, Alaska, claimed by Russian American Packing Co.
Undated
450
Survey no. 32 tract of land on the North shore of Afognak Bay, Afognak Island, Alaska. Claimed by Albert Rowe
Undated
451
Survey no. 37, Hume Packing Co. situated on Karluk Spit near mouth of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska (See Amended Survey no. 40)
12, 13, & 14 of April 1892
451
Survey no. 38, Arctic Packing Co., situated on Karluk Spit near mouth of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska (See Amended Survey no. 40)
14 and 15 of April 1892
451
Survey no.39 claimed by the Kodiak Packing Co. Situate on Karluk Spit, near mouth of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska (See Amended Survey no. 40)
15 and 16 of April, 1892
451
Amended U.S. Survey no. 40…Claimed by Jeffrey Grant. Situate at the head of Karluk Spit between Karluk River and Shelikof Straits, Kodiak Island
August 23, 1897
451
Amended Survey no. 40. Description taken from U.S. Patent dated City of Washington
12th day of October 1900
451
Amended U.S. Survey no. 40…Claimed by Jeffrey Grant. Situate at the head of Karluk Spit between Karluk River and Shelikof Straits
August 23, 1897
452
Amended U.S. Survey no. 40…for a tract of public land claimed by Jeffrey Grant. Situate at the head of Karluk Spit between Karluk River and Shelikof Straits, Kodiak Island
August 23, 1897
452
Survey no. 40, Jeffrey Grant situated on Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska…surveyed April and Sept. 1892…See Amended Survey no. 40. Survey no. 41, Karluk Spit Fishing Station on Karluk Spit, Kodiak Island, Alaska
April 11, 1892
452
U.S. Survey no. 45…tract of public land claimed by the North Olga Fishing Station. Situate on northerly shore of Olga Bay on southerly side of Kodiak Island
May 1892
452
North Olga Fishing Station application…for surveyed lands on northerly shore of Olga Bay, Alaska (description of lands on Olga Bay included)
ca. 1900
452
Red Star Olga Fishing Station application…for surveyed lands on southeasterly shore of Olga Bay included
ca. 1900
453
U.S. Survey no. 45 for North Olga Fishing Station (certified copy of original plat on file with U.S. Deputy Surveyor)
Undated
453
Survey no. 46 for White Star Olga Fishing Station (Kodiak Island)
May 5, 1897
453
Survey no. 47 South Olga Fishing Station on south shore of Olga Bay on southerly side of Kodiak Island, Alaska
May 9, 1892
453
Amended Survey no. 47 for South Olga Fishing Station
June 29 & 30, 1897
453
Survey no. 48 for Uganuk Fishing Station (plat of land on shore of Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island)
July 7, 1892
453
Survey no. 49, Red Star Olga Fishing Station, (plat of land and houses on shore of Olga Bay, Kodiak Island)
May 7, 1892
454
Amended U.S. Survey no. 50…for a tract of land claimed by Snug Harbor Cannery Co. Situate at Snug Harbor, Alitak Bay, Kodiak Island
July 1 and 2, 1897
454
Survey no. 50, Snug Harbor Cannery Co. at Snug Harbor Alitak Bay on southerly side of Kodiak Island, Alaska
May 1892
454
Survey no. 54, Afognak River Fishing Station on the Alaska Peninsula on west side of Shelikof Straits, Alaska
July 11, 1892
454
Amended Survey no. 60, claimed by Bennett H. Madison, (plat of land and cannery buildings on bank of Ugashik River Alaska Peninsula)
June 15, 1897
454
Amended U.S. Survey no. 63…for a tract of public land claimed by Charles H. Williams. Situate on the right bank of the Ugashik River at a point known as Pilot Station
June 11 & 12, 1897
454
Amended Survey no. 64 for Bering Sea Packing Co. (a plat of land, dwelling and salt house on banks of Ugashik River, Alaska Peninsula), (See Survey no. 555)
June 15 & 16, 1891
454
Amended U.S. Survey no. 65…for a tract of public land claimed by Alaska Packing Co. Situate on westerly shore of Nushagak River
May 14, 1899
455
U.S. amended Survey no. 66…for a tract of public land claimed by Bristol Bay Canning Co. Situate on westerly shore of Nushagak River (page 5)
May 25 and 26, 1897
455
Amended U.S. Survey no 67…for a tract of public land claimed by Nushagak Canning Co. Situate on the southerly shore of Nushagak River Bering Sea
May 13, 1899
455
Survey no. 67, Nushagak Canning Co. (apparent field sketch)
Undated
455
Amended U.S. Survey no. 67…for a tract of public land claimed by Nushagak Canning Co. Situate on southerly shore of Nushagak River Bering Sea
May 13, 1899
455
U.S. Amended Survey no. 68…for a tract of public land claimed by Fort Alexander Fishing Station. Situate on southeasterly shore of Nushagak River
May 28 and 29, 1897
456
Survey no. 68, Fort Alexander Fishing Station (Nushagak River. Includes cannery, Kanuleck Indian Village Site, and Carinel Mission School House)…See Amended Survey no. 68
Undated
456
Survey no. 69, Naknek Fishing Station (Naknek River. Includes fish processing facilities and Kiniaak Indian Village site), (See Amended Survey no. 69)
Undated
456
U.S. Amended Survey no. 69, Naknek Fishing Station situated on south shore of Naknek River
May 15th and 17th, 1897
456
U.S. Amended Survey no. 70…for a tract of public land claimed by Point Roberts Canning Co. Situate on easterly shore of Kvichak River
May 19 and 20 1927
456
U.S. Land Office, Sitka, Alaska, Notice…the Comet Fishing and Trading Co…does hereby apply to purchase…public land. Situate on Right Bank of Ugashik River, on the western coast of the Alaskan Peninsula (land description included)
March 25 1901
456
Amended U.S. Survey no. 71, Charles A. Johnson and Wm. H. Metson (land and improvements on bank of Ugashik River)
June 12, 1899
457
Amended U.S. Survey no. 71…for a tract of public land claimed by C.A. Johnson and Wm. H. Metson. Situate on right bank of Ugashik River on western coast of Alaskan Peninsula
June 12, 1899
457
U.S. Amended Survey no. 72…for a tract of public land claimed by Charles Brandermann Jr. Situate on east shore and at the mouth of Kvichak River
May 22 and 23, 1897
457
Survey no. 74, Uyak Fishing Station on Larsens Cove in Uyak Bay on Kodiak Island
June 8-11, 1892
457
Amended Survey no. 74 for Uyak Fishing Station (Larsens Cove, Kodiak)
July 10 and 11, 1897
457
Survey no. 75. Situate on Karluk Spit near mouth of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska claimed by Jay Deming
April 24, 1892
457
Exterior boundaries of Amended Survey no. 77 showing locations of improvements or plated from field notes (shore of Larsen Bay on Kodiak Island)
Undated
458
Amended U.S. Survey no. 77…for a tract of public land claimed by the Gold Coin Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on Tanglefoot Bay near Karluk River on Kodiak Island
August 22-23 1901
458
Amended Survey no. 78 for Horatio J. Barling (bank of Karluk River on Kodiak Island), (See Survey no. 263)
April 19, 1897
458
Survey no. 79 for Little River Fishing Station (bank of Little River On Kodiak Island), (See Survey no. 262)
June 13-14, 1892
458
Amended Survey no. 80, claimed by John J. Staiger (shore of Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island), (See Survey no. 261)
May 7, 1897
458
U.S. Survey no. 82…for a tract of public land claimed by Sidney S. Smith. Situate on Snug Harbor, Karluk River, Kodiak Island
April 21, 1897
458
Amended U.S. Survey no. 83…for a tract of public land claimed by Arctic Fishing Co. Situate at the mouth and on the right bank of Kussilof River, Cook Inlet
July17-18, 1897
459
Amended Survey no. 84, claimed by George W. Hume (land and cannery on bank of Kussilof [Kassilof] River, Cook Inlet, Alaska), (See Survey no. 253)
July 18-19, 1897
459
Survey no. 85, Wm. Bankowski (bank of Karluk River on Kodiak Island. Plat includes house, Russian Church, schoolhouse, near village of Karluk), (See Survey no. 263)
April 20, 1897
459
Amended Survey no. 88 for Andrew Nielsen (bank of Egegik River, Alaskan Peninsula), (See Survey no. 551)
June 13, 1897
459
U.S. Survey no. 89…for a tract of public and claimed by George P. Parker. Situate on right bank of Egegik River on the Alaskan Peninsula
July 5, 1894
459
Survey no. 90 for Jacob Babler (on bank of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Includes land and improvements, Russian Church, graveyard and schoolhouse), (See Survey no. 263)
April 19, 1897
459
Amended U.S. Survey no. 91, Charles Nelson (on bank of Egegik River, on the Alaskan Peninsula. Includes land and improvements)
June 8-9, 1897
460
Amended U.S. Survey no. 91…for a tract of public land claimed by Charles Nelson. Situate on the right bank of Egegik River near its mouth on Alaskan Peninsula
June 8-9, 1897
460
Survey no. 92 for Harry C. Jensen (land and improvements on bank of Karluk River, Kodiak Island, Alaska), (See Survey no. 263)
April 19, 1897
460
Amended Survey no. 95 claimed by Frank L Ely (on shore of Shelikof Straits)
July 3, 1897
460
Amended U.S. Survey no 96…for a tract of public land claimed by Chignik Bay Packing Co. Situate on the southerly shore of Chignik Bay on the Alaskan Peninsula
August 28-29 1901
460
Amended U.S. Survey no 100…for a tract of public land claimed by Pacific Packing Co. Situate on the easterly shore of Prince William Sound at Eyak
July 26-27, 1897
460
Survey no. 100, tract of land on the easterly shore of Prince William Sound Alaska claimed by Pacific Packing Co., (See Amended Survey no. 100)
Undated
461
Survey no. 103, tract of land at fort Kenai at the mouth and right bank of the Kenai River on the east shore of Cook's Inlet, claimed by Louis Sloss Jr., (See Survey no. 257)
Undated
461
Amended Survey no. 103 for Louis Sloss, Jr., (bank of Kenai River), (See Survey no. 257)
July 22, 1897
461
Survey no. 104, tract of land on the right bank of the Kenai River, Cook Inlet, Alaska, claimed by Northern Packing Co. (See Amended survey no. 104)
Undated
461
Amended U.S. Survey no 104…claimed by the Northern Packing Co. Situate on the right bank of Kenai River about one and one-half miles above its mouth, Cook Inlet
July 21-22, 1897
461
Amended U.S. Survey no. 112…claimed by Prosper Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on easterly shore of Kvichak River
June 7-8, 1899
461
U.S. Survey no .118…claimed by the Central Alaska co. Situate on west coast of Kodiak Island near 5 mile Point known as N.E. Harbor
August 1893
462
Survey no. 118, claimed by Central Alaska Co., Kodiak Island, Karluk, Alaska
Undated
462
Survey no. 121 for Premier Fishing and Mining Co. (land and improvements on Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island)
July 14-15, 1897
462
U.S. Survey no. 127 of the Homestead Claim of Guardian Fishing and Mining Co. Situate at the mouth and on the left bank of Naknek River
June 7, 1897
462
U.S. Survey no. 128…claimed by Walter M. Adams. Situate on the east shore of Kvichak River
June 5, 1897
462
Survey no. 129 for Peter H. Johnson (on bank of Wood River), (See Survey no. 756)
May 31, 1897
463
U.S. Survey no. 130…claimed by August Larson. Situate on east shore of Nushagak River
June 1-2, 1897
463
U.S. Survey no. 131…claimed by Philip L. Damant. Situate on left bank of Nushagak River
June 2-3, 1897
463
U.S. Survey no. 132 for Charles Tryon (on bank of Egegik River), (See Survey no. 552)
June 9, 1897
463
Survey no. 134 for William Christiansen (at confluence of Ugashek River and Dago Creek, Alaska Peninsula)
June 21, 1897
463
U.S. Survey no. 150 of the Homestead Claim of Warren Gregory. Situate at and around the mouth of Bradfords Creek on the right bank of Nushagak River about 1 mile below the Scandinavian Cannery
May 27, 1899
463
U.S. Survey no. 152. Situate on North East Harbor, Kodiak Island…(no claimant)
July 12-13, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no. 152 of the Homestead Claim of Crest Fishing and Mining co. Situate on North East Harbor, Kodiak Island
July12-13, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no 153…Situate on the southerly shore of North East Harbor on Kodiak Island, no claimant
July 11-12, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no. 153 of the Homestead Claim of Central Alaska Co. Situate on the southerly shore of North East Harbor on Kodiak Island
July 11-12, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no 154. Situate at the waterfalls, 3 miles from Karluk, Kodiak Island, (no claimant)
July 10-11, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no. 154 of the Homestead Claim of This Point Packing Co. Situate at the waterfalls, 3 miles from Karluk, Kodiak Island
10-11, 1899
464
U.S. Survey no. 156 of the Chilkat Packing Co. Situate on the N.E. shore of Chilkat Inlet
August 8-9, 1899
465
U.S. Survey no. 158 of the Soldiers Additional Homestead Claim under May 14, 1898 of Charles R. Cowan. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
May 15-16 1901
465
U.S. Survey no. 160A of the Soldiers Additional Homestead Claim under act of May 14, 1898 of Robert Smith. Situate on the southerly shore of Pyramid Harbor Chilkat Inlet
May 29 1902
465
U.S. Survey no. 161 of the Homestead Claim of E.D. Mendell. Situate at the head of Chilkoot Inlet
August 12, 14, 1899
465
U.S. Survey no. 162 of the Homestead Claim of Karluk River Fishing Co. Situate on the left bank of the Karluk River
May 2-3, 1899
465
U.S. Survey no. 163 of the Homestead Claim of Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of An-An Creek on Eastern Passage
September 1-2, 1899
465
U.S. Survey no. 164 of the Homestead Claim of Northern Light Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the left bank of Nushagak River
May 16-17, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 165 of the Homestead Claim of Chieftain Fishing and Mining Co. Situate at and around the mouth of Johnsons Creek on the left bank of Nushagak River
May 18, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 166 of the Homestead Claim of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate near the left bank of the Nushagak River
May 19, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 167 of the Homestead Claim of Canoe Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of the Nushagak River adjoining the Claim of the Alaska Packing Co. being Amended Survey no. 65
May 20, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 168 of the Homestead Claim of Kearsarge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of Nushagak River
May 22, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 169 of the Homestead Claim of Otto L. Olsen. Situate on the left bank of Clarks Creek where it joins the Nushagak River
May 23-24, 1899
466
U.S. Survey no. 170 of the Homestead Claim of Sledge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of the Nushagak River
May 29-30, 1899
467
U.S. Survey no. 171 of the Homestead Claim of Ancon Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of Nushagak River…Amended Survey no. 67
May 26, 1899
467
U.S. Survey no. 172 of the Homestead Claim of Louis Schott. Situate on the right bank of the Nushagak River
May 31, 1899
467
U.S. Survey no. 173 of the Homestead Claim of Moose Head Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of the Nushagak River
May 29, 1899
467
U.S. Survey no. 174 of the Homestead Claim of Red Star Olga Fishing Station. Situate on the south easterly shore of Olga Bay at and the mouth of Salmon River
July 5-6, 1899
467
U.S. Survey no. 174 of the homestead Claim of Red Star Olga Fishing Station. Situate on the south easterly shore of Olga Bay at and the mouth of Salmon River
July 5-6, 1899
467
Mineral Survey no. 247 Lot no. 37. Plat of the Claim of Horatio J. Barting upon the Francis Placer Mine. Ayakulek Smith Mining District (on shore of Shelikof Strait)
August 1895
468
U.S. Survey no. 251 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Eyak Cove, Prince William Sound
May 6-7 1903
468
U.S. Survey no. 252 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate Fleming Spit, Orca Inlet, Prince William Sound
May 8 1903
468
U.S. Survey no. 254 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on easterly shore of Cook Inlet, at a point known as Stariskrig (includes sealed certification)
May 12 1903
468
U.S. Survey no. 254 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on easterly shore of Cook Inlet, at a point known as Stariskrig
May 12, 1903
468
U.S. Survey no. 255 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on eastside of Cook Inlet at a point known as Deep Creek (includes sealed certification)
May 13, 1903
468
U.S. Survey no. 255 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on eastside of Cook Inlet at a point known as Deep Creek
May 13, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 256 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Moosehead Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on east shore of Cook Inlet at a point known as Ninilchik (includes sealed certification)
May 14, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 256 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Moosehead Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on east shore of Cook Inlet at a point known as Ninilchik
May 14, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 257 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate at mouth and on right bank of Kenai River, Cook Inlet (includes sealed certification)
May 16, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 257 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate at mouth and on right bank of Kenai River, Cook Inlet
May 16, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 258 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Karluk River at a point known as the Hatchery
May 19-20, 1903
469
U.S. Survey no. 259 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Karluk River adjoining on the East Hatchery location
May 20-21, 1903
470
U.S. Survey no. 260 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island (includes sealed certification)
May 23, 1903
470
U.S. Survey no. 260 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island
May 23, 1903
470
U.S. Survey no. 261 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on east shore of Uganuk Bay, Kodiak Island
May 25-26, 1903
470
U.S. Survey no. 262 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on N.W. Coast of Kodiak Island at the mouth of Little River (includes sealed certification)
May 28, 1903
470
U.S. Survey no. 262 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on N.W. Coast of Kodiak Island at the mouth of Little River
Undated
470
U.S. Survey no. 262 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Karluk River about 10 chains above its mouth
May 29, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 294 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Naha Bay, Revillagigedo Island (includes sealed certification)
June 11-13, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 294 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Naha Bay, Revillagigedo Island
June 11-13, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 295 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island (includes sealed certification)
June 16-19, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 295 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island
June 16-19, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 296 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island (includes sealed certification)
October 9-15, 1903
471
U.S. Survey no. 296 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island
October 9-15, 1903
472
U.S. Survey no. 297 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island (includes sealed certification)
October 16-20, 1903
472
U.S. Survey no. 297 of the S.A. Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Moser Bay, Revillagigedo Island
October 16-20, 1903
472
U.S. Survey no. 299 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim… of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate one-quarter mile east of Survey 45 Cannery Cove, Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
September 8-9, 1912
472
U.S. Survey no. 325 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate adjoining Survey no. 45 Cannery Cove, Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
September 9, 1912
472
U.S. Survey no. 334 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
1910
472
U.S. Survey no. 334 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
1911
473
U.S. Survey no. 360 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate Larsen Bay Spit, Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island
September 15-16, 1912
473
U.S. Survey no. 361 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate about ¾ mile from Cannery of Alaska Packers Association, Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island
September 15-20, 1912
473
U.S. Survey no. 362 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Hatchery of Alaska Packers Association, Karluk River, Kodiak Island
September 17-18, 1912
473
U.S. Survey no. 364 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate Ladd's Station, Cook Inlet
June 6, 1912
473
U.S. Survey no. 365 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River about 4 ¾ miles N.E. of coffee Pt., Bristol Bay
July 3, 1912
473
U.S. Survey no. 366 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River about 30 chains N.E. of Coffee Pt., Bristol Bay
July 6-7, 1912
474
U.S. Survey no. 369 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River about 10 chains N. of Coffee Pt. Bristol Bay
July 9, 1912
474
U.S.A. Survey no 425 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Anchor Fishing and Trading co. Situate on Tanglefoot Bay, Kodiak Island (includes sealed certification)
June 1905
474
U.S.A. Survey no 425 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Anchor Fishing and Trading co. Situate on Tanglefoot Bay, Kodiak Island
June 1905
474
U.S. Survey no. 426 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on northerly shore of Karluk Lagoon, near head of Spit
June 1, 1903
474
U.S. Survey no.427 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing & Mining Co. Situate at the slide about 1 mile N.E. of Karluk on Kodiak Island
June 2, 1903
474
U.S. Survey no. 428 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on easterly shore of Cannery Cove, Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
June 4-5, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 429 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
June 6, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 430 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
June 8, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 431 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Moosehead Fishing & Mining Co. Situate near upper end of Cannery cove, Olga Bay, Kodiak Island
June 9, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 432 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on N.W. end of Chignik Island, Chignik Lagoon (includes sealed certification)
June 12-13, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 432 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on N.W. end of Chignik Island, Chignik Lagoon
June 12-13, 1903
475
U.S. Survey no. 433 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Moosehead Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on northerly shore of Chignik Lagoon
June 15, 1903
476
US Survey no. 433 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Moosehead Fishing and Mining co. Situate on northerly shore of Chignik Lagoon
June 15, 1903
476
US Survey no. 434 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Iceberg Fishing & Mining Co. Situate on 4 southerly shores of Chignik Bay
June 16-17, 1903
476
US Survey no. 434 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on southerly shore of Chignik Bay
June 16-17, 1903
476
US Survey no. 485 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate near the north bank of Egegik River
June 29, 1903
476
U.S. Survey no. 485 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate near the left bank of Egegik River
June 29, 1903
476
U.S. Survey no. 487 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim. Situate at the north and left bank of Naknek River
July 1-2, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no 487 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co.
July 1-2, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no. 488 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of Bear Creek
July 6, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no. 489 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Moosehead Fishing and Mining Co.
July 7, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no. 490 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Kvichak River
July 8, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no. 490 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Kvichak River
July 8, 1903
477
U.S. Survey no. 501 of the Homestead Claim of Bartlett Bay Packing Co. Situate near the right bank of Ugashik River
June 10, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no. 502 of the Homestead Claim of Meteor Fishing and Trading co. Situate on the right bank of Ugashik River about one mile above Pilot Station Point
June 13, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no.503 of the Homestead Claim of Joseph E. Dorward. Situate on the right bank of the Ugashik River about 1½ miles above Pilot Station Point
June 14, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no. 504 of the Homestead Claim of North Pole Fishing and Mining Co. Situate near the right bank of Ugashik River about ¼ mile above Pilot Station point and adjoining amended Survey no. 63 for cannery site
June 9, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no. 505 of the Homestead Claim of J.H. Winter. Situate near the left bank of Nushagak River at and around Saguyak Pond on top of Saguyak Point
June 12, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no. 506 of the Homestead Claim of Initial Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of Duck Creek where it joins the Kvichak River, Bristol Bay
June 5, 1899
478
U.S. Survey no. 507 of the Homestead Claim of Lion Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of Jensen's Creek where it joins the Kvichak River, Bristol Bay
June 3, 1899
479
U.S. Survey no. 508 of the Homestead Claim of Ensign Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of the Kvichak River about ¼ mile above the sand knolls
June 6, 1899
479
U.S. Survey no. 509 of the Homestead Claim of South Olga Fishing Station. Situate on the left bank of Kvichak River adjoining the native village of Koggiung on the S.W.
June 7, 1899
479
U.S. Survey no. 518 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Prosper Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the left bank of Bear Creek at its confluence with Kvichak River
May 29-30, 1901
479
U.S. Survey no. 519 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Prosper Fishing and Trading Co. Situate near left bank of Kvichak River
May 30-31, 1901
479
U.S. Survey no. 520 of the soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Prosper Fishing and Trading co. Situate about ½ mile inland left bank of the Kvichak River
May 31 and June 1, 1901
479
U.S. Survey no. 526 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Ancon Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Nushagak River
June 5-6, 1901
479
U.S. Survey no. 528 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Lion Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Snug Creek, about 5.00 chains above its confluence with Kvichak River
Undated
480
U.S. Survey no. 529 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Lion Fishing and Mining co. Situate about ¾ mile inland from left bank of Kvichak River
June 11-12, 1901
480
Plat no. 530 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Lion Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Snug Creek about 5.00 chains above its confluence with Kvichak River
June 12-13, 1901
480
U.S. Survey no. 531 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Lion Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Snug Creek about 5 chains above its confluence with Kvichak River
June 13-14, 1901
480
U.S. Survey no. 533 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Initial Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of Jensen's Creek at its confluence with Kvichak River
June 17-18, 1901
480
U.S. Survey no. 534 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Initial Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of duck Creek at its confluence with Kvichak River
Undated
481
U.S. Survey no. 535 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Initial Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of Prosper Creek at its confluence with Kvichak River
June 21-22, 1901
481
U.S. Survey no. 536 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Glacier Fishing and Mining Co. Situate about ½ mile inland from Koggiung Point Kvichak River
June 21-22, 1901
481
U.S. Survey no. 537 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Glacier Fishing and mining co. Situate on right bank of Kvichak River about ¼ mile below the upper native village
June 24-25, 1901
481
U.S. Survey no. 539 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Glacier Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the point between the right and left forks of Jensen's Creek Kvichak River
June 26-27, 1901
481
U.S. Survey no. 542 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Charles R. Cowan. Situate on the left bank of Grave Yard River just above mouth of Right Fork
July 1-2, 1901
481
U.S. Survey no. 543 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Guardian Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of the Naknek River about 8 miles above its mouth
July 2-3, 1901
482
U.S. Survey no. 545 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of chieftain Fishing and Trading co. Situate at the Mouth of Ravine about 1 mile inland from Clarks Point, Nushagak River
July 8-9, 1901
482
U.S. Survey no. 546 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Herald Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Clarks Creek about 1 mile above its confluence with Nushagak River
July 9-10, 1901
482
U.S. Survey no. 547 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate near Clark's Point, Nushagak River
July 10-11, 1901
482
U.S. Survey no. 548 or the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Capstan Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the left bank of Egegik River about 3 miles above cannery
July 15-16, 1901
482
U.S. Survey no. 549 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Capstan Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the right bank and at the mouth of Egegik River
July 16-17, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no. 551 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Capstan Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the left bank of Egegik River just above Bluff Point
July 19-20, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no. 552 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Polar Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on right bank of Egegik River opposite A.P.A. Cannery
July 22-23, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no. 553 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Polar Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on the right bank of Egegik River, just below the mouth of King Salmon River
July 23-24, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no.554 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Polar Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on right bank of Egegik River about 4 miles above mouth of King Salmon River
July 24-25, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no. 555 of the trade and manufacturing site…of Comet Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on left bank of Ugashik River about ¾ mile below the native village of Ugashik (includes sealed certification)
July 25-26, 1901
483
U.S. Survey no. 555 of the trade and manufacturing site…of Comet Fishing and Trading Co. Situate on left bank of Ugashik River about ¾ mile below the native village of Ugashik
July 25-26, 1901
484
U.S. Survey no. 558 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Moosehead Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the right bank of Egashak River about 3 miles above its confluence with Nushagak Bay
July 17-18, 1903
484
U.S. Survey no. 560 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Egashak River about 1½ miles above its confluence with Nushagak Bay
July 21, 1903
484
U.S. Survey no. 561 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Egashak River about 12 miles above its mouth (includes sealed certification)
July 23-24, 1903
484
U.S. Survey no. 561 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Nautilus Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Egashak River about 12 miles above its mouth
July 23-24, 1903
484
U.S. Survey no.562 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate at the mouth and on the left bank of Wood River, Bristol Bay
July 28-29, 1903
484
U.S. Survey no. 671 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on left bank of Naknek River
1910
485
U.S. Survey no. 672 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island
1910
485
U.S. Survey no. 673 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island
1910
485
U.S. Survey no. 751 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Wood River about 7 ½ miles above its confluence with Nushagak River…surveyed
July30-31, 1903
485
U.S. Survey no. 752 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Canoe Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of wood River about 7 ¼ miles above its confluence with Nushagak River
August 3, 1903
485
U.S. Survey no. 752 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sledge Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Wood River about 12 miles above its confluence with Nushagak River
August 5-6, 1903
485
U.S. Survey no. 754 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Wood River about 12 miles above its confluence with Nushagak River
August 6, 1903
486
U.S. Survey no. 755 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Iceberg Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Wood River about 12 ¾ miles above its confluence
August 10, 1903
486
U.S. Survey no. 756 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Wood River about 13 ¼ miles above its confluence
August 12, 1903
486
U.S. Survey no. 772 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate near Coffee Point, Nushagak River
1910
486
U.S. Survey no. 773 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Coffee Point, Nushagak River
1910
486
U.S. Survey no. 774 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
1910
486
U.S. Survey no. 995 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Sailor Fishing and Mining co. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
May 30, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no. 996 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Canoe Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River
May 31, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no.997 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River at coffee Point
July 23, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no. 998 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on right bank of Nushagak River about 3 ¼ miles above Coffee Point
July 24, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no. 999 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Helmet Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on the left bank of Naknek River
Aug. 3, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no. 1000 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim, Sailor Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Naknek River
Aug. 3, 1908
487
U.S. Survey no. 1025 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on east shore of Cooks Inlet
1910
488
U.S. Survey no. 1026 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Ladds Station, Cooks Inlet
1910
488
U.S. Survey no. 1028 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on left bank of Naknek River, between U.S. Survey no's. 69 and 527, about 57 chains S.W. of latter survey. Bristol Bay, Bering Sea
May 12-14, 1913
488
U.S. Survey no. 1029 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Moosehead Fishing and Mining Co. Situate on left bank of Ugashik River about ¾ mile below native village of Ugashik and 43.41 chains south of Survey no. 556 Bristol Bay, Bering Sea
May 24-25, 1913
488
U.S. Survey no. 1030 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on right bank of Copenhagen Creek, just above its confluence with Kvichak Bay about 25 miles N.E. of Etolin Point, Bristol Bay, Bering Sea
June 3-4, 1913
488
U.S. Survey no. 1031 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate near U.S. Survey no. 237 on Loves Creek about 2 miles east of Entrance Point, Bering Sea
June 11, 1913
488
U.S. Survey no. 1032 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on narrow sand spit about 1 ¼ miles N.E. of Entrance Point, Port Moller, Bering Sea
June 12, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1033 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate just north of U.S. Survey no. 1032 about 1 ¼ miles N.E. of Entrance Point, Port Moller, Bering Sea; Latitude 55-59'30" N, Longitude 160-32' W
June 12, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1034 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Port Moller Spit about 2 miles N.E. of U.S. Survey 1148 Bering Sea
June 15, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1045 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on Love's Lake, near Love's Creek about 2 miles east of Entrance Point, Bering Sea
June 18, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1046 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate just west of Lowe Point and ½ mile east of Bluff Point, Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Bering Sea
June 23-24, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1047 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate just south of Coal Creek Herendeen Bay, Bering Sea
June 24, 1913
489
U.S. Survey no. 1049 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on southerly shore of Anchorage just south of U.S. Survey no. 307 Chignik, Alaska
July 6, 1913
490
U.S. Survey no. 1102 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate at west end of a large lake, and about 4.80 chains east of U.S. Survey no. 575, Anchorage, Anchorage Bay, Chignik
July 7, 1913
490
U.S. Survey no. 1125 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate west shore of Chignik Bay
August 12, 1911
490
U.S. Survey no.1126 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Mento Point on Northwest Shore of Chignik Lagoon
August 27-28, 1911
490
U.S. Survey no. 1128 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim…of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate north shore of Chignik Lagoon opposite cannery of Alaska Packers Association
August 17 to September 2, 1911
490
U.S. Survey no. 1222 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association…Situate near south side of Chignik Lagoon adjoining U.S. Amended Survey no. 96
July 26-31, 1916
490
U.S. Survey no. 1223 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association…Situate near south side Chignik Lagoon adjoining U.S. Survey no. 1222
July 26-31, 1916
491
U.S. Survey no. 1224 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association…Situate west side of Moser Bay, Kodiak Island
August 14-16, 1916
491
U.S. Survey no. 1422 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association…Situate on east shore of Anchorage Bay, an arm of Chignik Bay, adjoining and lying northeast of U.S. Survey no. 307, Alaska Peninsula
July 31-August 7, 1922
491
U.S. Survey no. 1423 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate on east side of Anchorage Bay, an arm of Chignik Bay; adjoining, and lying southeast of U.S. Survey no. 307, Alaska Peninsula
July 31- August 7, 1922
491
.S. Survey no. 1424 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association. Situate south side Naknek River, Alaska Peninsula; adjoining U.S. Amended Survey no. 69
July 8-13, 1922
491
U.S. Survey no. 1425 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…Situate south shore of Naknek River, Alaska Peninsula
July 8-13, 1922
491
U.S. Survey no. 1426 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…Situate east shore of Ugashik River, approximately 0.6 miles south of Pilot Station Point and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 501
July 15-8, 1922
492
U.S. Survey no. 1537 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Carlisle Packing Co…Situate on west bank Kvichak River, approximately 6 ¼ miles above mouth Alagnak River
July 11-12, 1924
492
U.S. Survey no. 1577 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…situate on north shore of Olga Bay and west side of the lagoon east of and adjoining Survey no. 45, south end of Kodiak Island Latitude 57-9' 17" N. Longitude 154-15' 22" W.
August 10-13, 1925
492
U.S. Survey no. 1578 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…situate south shore of Olga Bay near mouth of Salmon River west of U.S. Survey no. 174, south end of Kodiak Island
August 14-15, 1925
492
U.S. Survey no. 1579 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate south shore of Olga Bay northeast of and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 174; south end of Kodiak Island
August 17-18, 1925
492
U.S. Survey no. 1580 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of the Alaska Packers Association…on the Lagoon on north shore of Olga Bay between U.S. Surveys no. 45 and 299, south end of Kodiak Island
August 6-7, 1925
492
U.S. Survey no. 1581 of the soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate south shore of Naknek River, west of and adjoining U.S. Amended Survey no. 69
June 26-July 1, 1925
493
U.S. Survey no. 1582 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on east shore of Kvichak Bay, approximately 1 ¾ miles northerly from Cape Suwaroff
June 28-29, 1925
493
U.S. Survey no. 1583 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on east shore of Isanotski Strait of western end of Alaska Peninsula, approximately 9500ft. southwesterly from Morzhovoi Village
Undated
493
U.S. Survey no. 1703 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Carlisle Packing Co. Situate on east shore of Nushagak Bay, near Ekook Point - south of and adjoining U.S. Amended Survey no. 769
June 18-19, 1926
493
U.S. Survey no.1825 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Crosby Fisheries Inc. Situate on east shore of Shelikof Strait, west side of Kodiak Island approximately 2000 ft. west of Karluk Spit
June 8-10, 1928
493
1866 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on west shore of Uyak Bay, approximately 7000 ft. south of Alfred Island
June 28-29, 1929
493
1886 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on N.W. shore of Olga Bay at Silver Salmon Creek, south end of Kodiak Island
July 18-21, 1929
494
1887 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on the south shore of Olga bay, near the mouth of Salmon River, southwest of and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 1578, south end of Kodiak Island
July 14-15, 1929
494
1888 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on south shore of Olga Bay, northeast of and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 1579, south end of Kodiak Island
July 15-17, 1929
494
1888 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on east shore of Horse Marine Bay, an arm of Olga Bay, south end of Kodiak Island
July 22-23, 1929
494
1890 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on west shore of the south arm of Olga Bay, near entrance to the narrows
July 24-26, 1929
494
1891 Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on east shore of Shelikof Strait, west side of Kodiak Island; southerly from Cape Karluk
July 2-3, 1929
494
Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim Alaska Packers Association on east shore of Shelikof Strait, west side of Kodiak Island, between Cape Karluk and Sturgeon River
June 30-July 1, 1929
495
U.S. Survey no. 1917 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Crosby Fisheries Inc. Situate at Cape Ugat on west shore of Kodiak Island, east side of Shelikof Strait, immediately south of the extreme point of the Cape
June 20-21, 1930
495
U.S. Survey no. 1918 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Crosby Fisheries Inc. Situate south side of entrance to Spiridon Bay; east side of Shelikof Strait, west shore of Kodiak Island
June 23-25, 1930
495
U.S. Survey no.1949 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on east shore of Shelikof Strait, west side of Kodiak Island, 1600 ft. N.E. of the Sturgeon River
August 13-15, 1929
495
U.S. Survey no. 1950 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…on east shore of Shelikof Strait
June 28, 1930
495
U.S. Survey no. 1951 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association…on east shore of Shelikof Strait approximately 1600 ft. S.W. of the mouth of Sturgeon River west side of Kodiak Island
August 11-13, 1929
495
U.S. Survey no. 1975 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Trap Point, on west shore of Moser Bay, south end of Kodiak Island, north of and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 1224
August 5-7, 1930
496
U.S. Survey no. 1976 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate at Trap Point on west shore of Moser Bay, south end of Kodiak Island, west of and adjoining U.S. Survey no. 1224
Undated
496
U.S. Survey no. 1997 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on S.E. shore of North Arm of Portage Bay, an arm of Alitak Bay, near south end of Kodiak Island
August 14-15, 1930
496
U.S. Survey no.1998 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on south shore of South Arm of Portage Bay, near south end of Kodiak Island
August 12-13, 1930
496
U.S. Survey no. 2000 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Crosby Fisheries Inc. Situate on west shore of Kodiak Island, south side of Uganik Bay, approximately 5300 ft southerly from Broken Point
July 13-14, 1930
496
U.S. Survey no.2006 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate near village of Karluk, Kodiak Island, approximately 10.00 chains south of Karluk River
August 16-18, 1930
496
U.S. Survey no.2007 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate west shore of Deadman's Bay, approximately 1 ½ miles north of north end of Kodiak Island
August 21-23, 1930
497
U.S. Survey no. 2008 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on the east side of Deadman's on Fox Island, Deadman's Bay, Kodiak Island
August 20-21, 1930
497
U.S. Survey no. 2056 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on the north arm of Portage Bay, on arm of Alitak Bay
June 14-15, 1931
497
U.S. Survey no. 2057 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on west shore of North Arm of Portage Bay
June 12-13, 1931
497
U.S. Survey no. 2075 Alaska Packers Association of San Francisco, California (no legend with this map)
Undated
497
U.S. Survey no. 2076 Loving Fish Hatchery Alaska Packers Association of San Francisco, California (no legend with this map)
Undated
497
U.S. Survey no. 2308 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Pacers Association. Situate approximately 4200 easterly from a point on Kvichak River
May 29-June 1, 1936
498
U.S. Survey no. 2309 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on easterly shore of Kvichak River
May 25-28, ?
498
U.S. Survey no. 2366 of the Soldier's Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate on south shore of Egegik River
June 4-6, 1937
498
U.S. Survey no. 2367 of the Soldiers' Additional Homestead Claim of Alaska Packers Association. Situate just south of south shore of Egegik River
June 7-10, 1937
Sub-series 7: Cannery Maps
1903-1969
Oversize Folder
15
Photocopied Photograph of A.P.A. Cannery
1950
15
Illustration of Royal Packing Company, Afagnak Island, Alaska
Undated
15
Bound Cannery Plat Maps: Chignik, Ugashik, Larson Bay, Pilot Point, Egegik, Kvichak, Clark Point, South Naknek
1969
15
Afognak Island, Royal Packing Co. Ground Plan
Undated
15
Bristol Bay (Naknek), NN Cannery
1957
15
Bristol Bay (Ugashik), Wingard Packing Co. Map
1949
15
Bristol Bay (Ugashik), Wingard Packing Co. Detail Drawings (4 Items)
Undated
15
Bristol Bay (Ugashik), Pilot Point PP Cannery Property Map
1950
15
Chignik, C Cannery
1957
15
Chignik C Cannery Detail Drawings (4 Items)
1954
15
Chignik Cannery Location & Pipeline Map
1916
15
Clark Point NC Cannery Survey Map
1948
15
Cook Inlet Cannery Location Map
1903
15
Kodiak Island (South End District), Cannery Location Map
1903
15
Kvichak J Cannery Sewer System (5 Items)
1950
15
Anacortes Salmon Packing Cannery
Undated
15
Semiahmoo Spit Cannery (4 Items)
Undated
15
Semiahmoo, Washington Insurance Diagram
1964
Cannery Fire Insurance Maps
Microfiche
503
Chignik
July 21 1964
503
South Naknek, Bristol Bay
March 15 1968
503
Semiahmoo, WA
October 26 1964

Series IV:   Personnel records , 1894-1972 ,   (bulk 1907-1972 ) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: General employment data
1950-1961
Box/Folder
15/1
Unemployment Compensation File
1950-1959
15/2 - 15/4
Wages and Hours File
1960-1961
Sub-series 2: Contracts and Agreements
1911-1963
Volume
123
Seamen, Fishermen, Beachman, Trapmen Agreements
1911-1942
Microfilm Reel
9
Union Contracts
1946-1948
Box/Folder
15/5
Fishing Vessel Loan Policy
ca. 1957
15/6
Correspondence re: Contracts and Benefits, Semiahmoo
1958
15/7
Tendermen
1958-1962
15/8
Correspondence re: Independent Fisherman Agreements
1962
15/9
Alaska Fisherman's Union Bristol Bay Agreement
1963
Sub-series 3: Payroll records
1913-1972
Alaska and Puget Sound
Microfilm Reel
5
Recapitulation of Wages
1913-1922
5
Comparison of Wages
1939-1941
Volume
124
Office Payroll
1936-1939
125
Office Payroll
1940-1941
126
Office Payroll
1942-1943
127
Office Payroll
1944-1945
128
Office Payroll
1946-1947
129
Office Payroll
1948
Box/Folder
16/1
General Payroll
1938-1943
16/2
General Payroll
1943-1945
16/3
General Payroll
1946
16/4
General Payroll
1947
Volume
130
1942-1946
Check Register, Payroll
Box/Folder
17/1
Comparative Wages Data
ca. 1950's
17/2
APA pay rates data (Chignik)
ca. 1950's
17/3
APA pay rates data (Larsen Bay)
ca. 1950's
17/4
Report: Payroll Procedure of APA
1962
17/5
Incomplete time sheets (payroll)
Undated
17/6
Machinists' Earnings
1953; ; 1955-1957
17/7
Machinists' Overtime records
ca. 1950's
17/8
Alaska/Semiahmoo Unemployment Compensation * File Restricted
1957-1960
18/1 - 18/4
Chignik * File Restricted
1964
19/1 - 19/2
Egegik * File Restricted
1964
19/3
Kodiak * File Restricted
1964
19/4 - 19/7
Larsen Bay * File Restricted
1964
20/1 - 20/2
Larsen Bay * File Restricted
1964
20/3 - 20/4
Naknek * File Restricted
1964
20/5
Nushagak * File Restricted
1964
21/1
Pilot Point * File Restricted
1964
21/2
Semiahmoo * File Restricted
1964
21/3
Semiahmoo * File Restricted
1964
21/4
Semiahmoo * File Restricted
1964
Volume
131
Alaska Employees (Taxable Earnings, Stations 850 & 851) * Volume Restricted
1964-1965
132
Alaska Employees (Taxable Earnings, Stations 851) * Volume Restricted
1964
Box/Folder
22/1
Payroll register * File Restricted
1968
22/2
Payroll register * File Restricted
1969
22/3
Payroll register * File Restricted
1970
Volume
133
Name Lists, FICA and Tax Quarterly Earnings * Volume Restricted
1970
Box/Folder
23/1 - 23/3
Larsen Bay * File Restricted
1971
23/4
Deductions and Advances, Tender Crew * File Restricted
1972
Blaine/Semiahmoo
Box/Folder
23/5
Blaine Warehouse Workers Hour and Wages Correspondence File * File Restricted
1961
23/6
Blaine Hour and Wages records (Warehouse Workers) * File Restricted
1961-1962
23/7
Blaine Hour and Wage records * File Restricted
1962
23/8 - 23/19
Blaine Hour and Wage records * File Restricted
1963
23/20
Blaine Hour and Wage records * File Restricted
1964
23/21
Blaine social security tapes * File Restricted
1963
23/22 - 23/27
Puget Sound (Blaine) Payroll * File Restricted
- May 1963
24/1 - 24/6
Puget Sound (Blaine) Payroll * File Restricted
August-December 1963
24/7 - 24/8
Payroll and Tax Information File (Blaine) * File Restricted
ca. 1960-1963
24/9
Correspondence/Data re: Blaine Earnings, Tax and Social Security * File Restricted
1963
24/10
Blaine Employees' Quarterly Earnings * File Restricted
1963
24/11
Blaine Seasonal Payroll * File Restricted
1958
24/12
Blaine Seasonal Employees' Withholding Tax * File Restricted
1963
25/1
Blaine Office Seasonal Payroll * File Restricted
1963
25/2
Puget Sound (Blaine) Payroll Check records * File Restricted
January 1963 - January 1964
Sub-series 4: W4 Cards
ca. 1947-1969
Box
26
W4 cards (A-Sk) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1947-1960s
27
W4 cards (Sm-Z) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1947-1960s
Sub-series 5 : Personnel Cards
Duplicate personnel cards for gillnet fishermen are located on Microfiche 388-404
1894-1951
Box
28
APA Employees (A - Alm) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
28A
APA Employees (Alm - An) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
28B
APA Employees (Ant - Bar) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
29
APA Employees (Bas - Blo) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
29A
APA Employees (Blo - Bru) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
29B
APA Employees (Bry - Car) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
30
APA Employees (Car - Cho) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
30A
APA Employees (Chr - Coy) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
30B
APA Employees (Cra - Dec) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
31
APA Employees (Dem - Fly) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
32
APA Employees (Foa - Han) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
33
APA Employees (Han - Joh) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
34
APA Employees (Joh - Lee) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
35
APA Employees (Lef - McK) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
36
APA Employees (McL - Nyw) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
37
APA Employees (O-P) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
38
APA Employees (Q-Scu) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
39
APA Employees (Sea - Tho) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
40
APA Employees (Tho-Wil) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
41
APA Employees (Wil - Z) * Cards Restricted
ca. 1918-1951
42
Gill Net Fishermen (A-Cor)
ca. 1907-1941
43
Gill Net Fishermen (Cor-Joh)
ca. 1907-1941
44
Gill Net Fishermen (Joh-Nel)
ca. 1907-1941
45
Gill Net Fishermen (Nel-Saj)
ca. 1907-1941
46
Gill Net Fishermen (Saj - Z)
ca. 1907-1941
Microfilm Reel
5
Foremen and Physicians
1923-1941
Microfiche
445-446
APA masters and captains (2 volumes)
1894-1936
Sub-series 6: Seasonal employee records
Duplicate seasonal employee records located on microfiche 405-423.
1953-1961
Box/Folder
47/1 - 47/7
Seasonal employee records (annual, all canneries)
1953 - 1959
47/8
Seasonal Employee records (Chignik)
1961
47/9
Seasonal Employee records (Cordova)
1961
47/10
Seasonal Employee records (Egregik)
1961
47/11
Seasonal Employee records (Nushagak)
1961
47/12
Seasonal Employee records (Pilot Point)
1961
Sub-series 7: Retirement records
ca. 1940-1959
Box/Folder
48/1
APA Retirement Annuity Plan * File Restricted
ca. 1948
48/2
APA Employee Service and Retirement records * File Restricted
ca. 1940 - 50s
Sub-series 8: Medical records
1919-1970
Medical Journals
Box/Folder
48/3
Chignik * Restricted
1966
48/4 - 48/7
Egegik * Restricted
1966; ; 1970
48/8 - 48/9
Larsen Bay * Restricted
1966; ; 1970
48/10 - 48/16
Naknek * Restricted
1966; ; 1970
Microfilm Reel
5
APA Report on 1919 Influenza Epidemic
Undated
Box/Folder
49/1 - 49/25
Medical X-rays * Files Restricted
1965

Series V:   General Cannery Operations , 1878-1982 ,   (bulk 1893-1974 ) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Superintendent's records
Internal correspondence is arranged by year, with corresponding indexes. External correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondence. Private Code books are duplicated on Microfiche No. 445.
1926-1963
Microfilm Reel
5
General Superintendent's record book
Undated
Volume
134
Superintendents Cannery Report
Undated
135
Superintendents Cannery Report
1926-1956
136
Superintendents Cannery Report, Office Copy
ca. 1928-1940s
137
Superintendents Cannery Report
ca. 1940s
Box/Folder
50/1 - 50/4
General Superintendent's Record Books
1955; ; 1957-1958
50/5
General Instruction Manual
1963
Blaine Superintendent
Box/Folder
50/6
Incoming Correspondence to APA Blaine (photocopies)
1897
50/7 - 50/13
Internal Correspondence
1943-1946
51/1 - 51/10
Internal Correspondence
1947-1950
51/11 - 51/20
External Correspondence
1945-1946
52/1 - 52/17
External Correspondence
1947-1949
52/18 - 52/20
External Correspondence (A-M)
1950
53/1 - 53/2
External Correspondence (N-Z)
1950
Box/Folder
53/3
Chignik Correspondence (incoming and outgoing interfiled)
1959
53/4 - 53/6
Private Code Books
Undated; ; 1953
Sub-series 2: Pack records
1878-1972
Microfilm Reel
4
Pack Reports
1893-1917
4
Pack Reports
1918-1937
4
Pack Reports
1938-1957
4
Pack Reports
1893-1956
Box/Folder
53/7-53/8
Correspondence re: Alaska and Puget Sound Pack
1904; ; 1929; ; 1939
53/9 - 53/13
Salmon Orders (weekly records)
September 1963 - February 1965
53/14
Pack Reports ledger
1893-1957
Volume
138
Pack Reports
1893-1917
139
Pack Reports
1918-1937
140
Daily Pack Reports
1895-1909
141
Daily Pack Reports Southeast Alaska, Puget Sound
Undated
142
Daily Pack Reports: Southeast Alaska, Puget Sound
1910-1940
143
Daily Pack Reports: Central Alaska
1910-1940
144
Daily Pack Reports: Central Alaska
ca. 1940s
145
Daily Pack Reports: Bristol Bay
1910-1940
146
Daily Pack Reports: Bristol Bay
ca. 1940s
147
Daily Salmon Report
1925-1941
148
Pack records
1938-1957
Box/Folder
53/15
Pack Reports ledger
1947-1957
Volume
149
Pack Statistics
ca. 1890s-1930s
150
Pack Statistics
ca. 1890s-1940s
151
Caught, Bought, Packed Salmon" Report
1893-1934
152
Caught, Bought & Packed (Washington)
ca. 1920s-40s
153
Fish Ledger
1931
Box/Folder
54/1
Summary Pack Reports, Bristol Bay Area
1948-58; ; 1959
54/2
Pack Reports
1953-1964
Pack Reports (teletypes)
1963-64
Box/Folder
54/3
All canneries
July-September 1963
54/4
Blaine
July-September 1963
54/5
Chignik
July-August 1963
54/6
Cordova
July -August 1963
54/7
Ketchikan
July-October 1963
54/8
Kodiak
July 1963-February 1964
54/9
Larsen Bay
July-September 1963
54/10
All canneries
1964
54/11
Blaine
June-August 1964
54/12
Bristol Bay
June-July 1964
54/13
Chignik
June-August 1964
54/14
Ketchikan
June-September 1964
54/15
Larsen Bay
August-September 1964
54/16 - 54/17
Naknek
June-August 1964
Box/Folder
55/1
Pack Receipts
1968-1972
Oversize Folder
16
Charts of Fish Caught, unknown location (7 Items)
1964
Microfiche
542-656
World Salmon Pack Statistics
1878-1947
Sub-series 3: Labor Requirements
1958-1962
Box/Folder
55/2 - 55/7
"Manpower" records (all canneries)
1958-1962
Sub-series 4: Equipment and Machinery
1912-1982
Box/Folder
55/8 - 55/10
Point Roberts Inventory
1942-1944
55/11
Clarke's Point Inventory
1953
55/12
Kodiak Inventory
1958
Volume
154
Stock Ledger (inventory)
1972
155
APA Inc. M & S (Inventory)
1982
Invoices for Machinery and Machine Parts
Box/Folder
56/1
American Can Company
1912-1947
56/2
Boats & Boat Gear
1912-1947
56/3
Electrical Equipment
1912-1947
56/4
Furniture and Fixture
1912-1947
56/5
Fire Apparatus
1912-1947
56/6
Machinery Parts and Repairs
1912-1947
56/7 - 56/13
Machinery
1912-1947
56/14
Radio apparatus
1912-1947
56/15
Ranges and Stoves
1912-1947
56/16
Shipyard - New Construction
1912-1947
56/17
Tanks
1912-1947
Box/Folder
57/1 - 57/3
Office Machine records
Undated
57/4 - 57/5
Machine reports (Pressure Vessels)
1958-1960
57/6
Machine reports (Electric Motor)
1958-1960
57/7
Correspondence re: Fire Equipment at Blaine Station
1980-1981
Sub-series 5: Supply and Shipping records
1952-1975
Box/Folder
57/8
Memos re: Marketing
1952
57/9
Warehouse Operation Instructions
1965
57/10
Supply and Distribution Instructions
1964-1967
57/11
Freight Tariff Instruction File
1974-1975
57/12 - 57/13
Motor Tariffs
1972
57/14
Canned Food Stock Codes, Blaine
1964
57/15 - 57/17
Material and Supply Transfers
1967-1972
57/18
Material and Supply Purchases
1967-1972
57/19
Canned Processed Salmon Orders (Daily Listings)
1972-1973
57/20
Bills of Lading
1972
57/21
Supply Invoices (New England Fish Company)
1971-1972
Blaine Shipping and Repair Files
Box/Folder
57/22
Chignik "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/23
Clark's Point "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/24
Cordova "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/25
Egegik "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/26
Ketchikan "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/27
Kodiak "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/28
Larsen Bay "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/29
Naknek "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/30
Pilot Point "Plunder"
1963-1964
57/31
Clark's Point "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/32
Cordova "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/33
Egegik "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/34
Kodiak "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/35
Larsen Bay "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/36
Naknek "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
57/37
Pilot Point "Down Cargo"
1963-1964
Blaine Purchase Orders
Box/Folder
58/1
Camp and Mess Hall Office Equipment
1964
58/2 - 58/3
Docks and Marine Ways Equipment
1964
58/4
Food, Provisions and Supplies
1964
58/5
Fuel and Oil
1964
58/6
Labeling and Casing Lines
1964
58/7
Lift Trucks and Automotive Equipment
1964
58/8
Office Supplies
1964
58/9
Power House
1964
58/10
Power Plants and Lines
1964
58/11
Shop Equipment (general)
1964
58/12
Carpenter Shop Equipment
1964
58/13
Electric Shop Equipment
1964
58/14
Machine Shop Equipment
1964
58/15
Shipways Shop Equipment
1964
58/16
Welding Shop Equipment
1964
58/17
Welding Shop Equipment
1964
58/18
Terminal Tools and Gear
1964
58/19
Warehouse Building
1964
58/20
Water System
1964
Sub-series 6: Work Orders
1963-1964
Box/Folder
58/21 - 58/27
Shipyard Work Orders, Blaine
1963
59/1 - 59/5
Shipyard Work Orders, Blaine
1963
60/1 - 60/9
Shipyard Work Orders, Blaine
1963-1964
Sub-series 7: Log Books
The APA fleet record books (Microfiches 422-433) include personnel records for various canneries in Alaska during the fishing seasons of 1953 to 1961, organized by year. A first group of records list individual crew members and their employment classification, including independent fishermen. A second group comprise ship log summaries and memoranda of APA vessels active from 1905 to 1944, organized by year; these logs include dates and places of ship departures and arrivals, cargo carried, and charters, including some by the US War Shipping Administration during World War II. Also included are occasional notes of incidents that occurred during passage such as accidents, deaths, grounding, etc., and related newspaper articles concerning the fleet. Documentation details participation in wartime activities. A third group of record books is organized by year, ship, master and master salary pay dates, and departures and arrivals.
1905-1975
Microfiche
422-433
Fleet Record Books
1905-1928; ; 1929-1939; ; 1944
Maritime Logs
Microfiche
434-440
SS Delarof - Chief Officers’ Log
July 24 1933 – August 17 1936
434-440
SS Gerty Story – Log Book
May 1 1922 – September 14 1922
434-440
SS Kvichak – Mates Log Book
August 23 – September 11 1927
434-440
SS Kvichak – Chief Officers’ Log
August 15 1934 – May 8 1935
Launch Captain's Daily Reports
Box/Folder
60/10
General - Larsen Bay
1971
60/11
American Viking
1963
60/12 - 60/15
Balena
1960; ; 1962; ; 1964
61/1 - 61/7
Balena
1965-67; ; 1974
61/8
Beluga
1960
61/9 - 61/15
Blackfish
1960; ; 1964-1966
62/1 - 62/3
Blackfish
1967; ; 1973
62/4 - 62/11
Cachalot
1961-1962; ; 1964-1967
62/12 -62/14
Challenger
1963
62/15 - 62/20
Dolphin
1960; ; 1962; ; 1965-1967
63/1
Dolphin
Undated
63/2 - 63/8
Finback
1961-1962; ; 1964-1967
63/9
Flying Dutchman
1963
63/10 - 63/11
Grampus
1963
63/12
Griffin Bay Scow ("P.S. # 10")
1963
63/13
Heather
1963
63/14 - 63/21
Heron
1961-1962; ; 1972-1974
63/22
Lois Anderson
1960
64/1 - 64/14
Lois Anderson
1961-1962; ; 1964-1969; ; 1973-1974
64/15
Long Island
1963
64/16 - 64/18
Manatee
1961-1962; ; 1964
65/1 - 65/3
Manatee
1965-1967
65/4
Michelle Eve
1959
65/5
Narwhale
1961-1962; ; 1964-1969
65/6 - 65/15
Narwhale
1961-1962; ; 1964-1969
66/1 - 66/5
Orca
1962; ; 1965-1966
66/6 - 66/7
Penguin
1963; ; 1974
66/8
Pipit
1963
66/9
Porpoise
1967
66/10
St. Francis
1960
66/11 - 66/12
Satrania
1963
66/13
Seal
1967
66/14 - 66/16
Sea Lion
1955-1956; ; 1960
67/1 - 67/2
Sea Lion
1969; ; 1973-1974
67/3
Sea Lion
1969; ; 1973-1974
67/4 - 67/5
Seven Seas
1963
67/6 - 67/13
Sprig
1967-1972
67/14
Teal
1960
68/1 - 68/4
Teal
1968-69; ; 1971; ; 1973
68/5 - 68/6
Thistle
1965
68/7
Totem
1972; ; 1974
68/8 - 68/9
Totem
1972; ; 1974
68/10
Tula
1960
68/11 - 68/13
Ugashik I
1966-1967; ; 1973
68/14 - 68/15
Voyager
1963
68/16
Western Traveller
1961
68/17
Widgeon
1969
68/18
Yarsh
1960
69/1 - 69/2
Yarsh
1961
Engine Room Logs
Box/Folder
69/3
Grampus
1961
69/4 - 69/8
Lois Anderson
1967-1970
69/9
Nautilus
1961
69/10 - 69/11
Sprig
1961
69/12 - 69/13
Western Traveler
1961
Pilot House Logs
Box/Folder
69/14
Unidentified vessels
1944; ; 1954
69/15
Balena
1959
69/16 - 69/17
Grampus
1957-1958
69/18
Heron
1965-66
70/1 - 70/3
Heron
1967-1969
70/4
Nautilus
1961
70/5 - 70/8
Penguin
Undated; ; 1927-28; ; 1950-1952
70/9 - 70/11
Pipit
1950-1952
70/12 - 70/13
Sea Lion
1958-1959
70/14
Semidi
1950-51
70/15
Semidi & Tana
1953
70/16
Sonia
1954
70/17
Tolstoi
1955
70/18
Tula
1960
70/19
Western Traveller
1959
70/20
Vita[?]lyi
1955
Box
71
Pilot's Journals
1946-1953
72
Pilot's Journals
1954-1961
73
Pilot's Journals
1962-1963; ; 1970; ; 1972-1973
73
Diesel Truck Logs
1969-1971

Series VI:   Fishing Operations and Activities , 1792-1982 ,   (bulk 1903-1967) Return to Top

This series includes a large number of subject-based data and correspondence files that were created and maintained both by APA's San Francisco central office and the Seattle Regional office. In the majority of cases, the San Francisco Files (preserved on microfilm) and Seattle Office Files were identical in content. In these cases, the CPNWS kept the microfilmed copies of the San Francisco Office records and disposed of the textual materials maintained at Seattle. Wherever the Seattle and San Francisco records differed in content, both microfilm and textual records were retained for research use. For example, Seattle Office File data in Box 74/1 - 74/2 contains additional correspondence and reports to the material on Microfilm Reel #6.

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Alaska Fisheries Operations
1920-1946
San Francisco Office Files
Microfilm Reel
6
Rehabilitation of Canneries (1 binder)
1945
6
Map of Dam, Reservoir and Pipelines at Chignik, Alaska
May-September 1921
6
Miscellaneous Data (fish traps)
ca 1920-1936
6
Map of Shelikoff Straits and Afogak Island (US Dept of Commerce )
1933
6
Data on special subjects- Miscellaneous ("Vol. 1")
1924-1939
6
Data on special subjects - Miscellaneous ("Vol. 1a")
1944-1945
6
Data on special subjects - Bristol Bay, ("Vol. 2a")
ca. 1934-1950
6
Data on special subjects - Central Alaska (Vol. 3")
1928-1945
6
Data on special subjects - Central Alaska (Vol. 3a")
1923-1941
6
Data on special subjects - miscellaneous (traps & licenses "Vol. 5")
1939-1956
6
Data on special subjects - "Under War Conditions" ("Vol 5")
1942-1945
6
Data on special subjects - Bristol Bay ("Vol. 2")
1920-1946
6
Index to Volumes and Subjects ("Vol. 6")
Undated
Seattle Office Files
Box/Folder
74/1
Data on Alaska Fishing Operations for Bristol Bay (Vol. 2A)
1934-1945
74/2
Data on Alaska Fishing Operations for Central Alaska (Vol. 3)
1928-1945
Sub-series 2: Karluk
ca. 1900-1945
San Francisco Office Files
Microfilm Reel
7
Data for compilation of Karluk Historical Record (property and land matters)
Undated
7
Karluk and Vicinity - Miscellaneous Data (land and fishing rights)
ca. 1900-1940s
7
Karluk and Vicinity - Legislative Matters (fishing rights)
ca. 1921-45
7
Karluk and Vicinity - Excerpts from Various Government Reports
Undated
7
Karluk and Vicinity - Bureau of Fisheries, Fish & Wildlife Service Data (hearings and correspondence)
1917-1941
Sub-series 3: Legislation and Regulations
1889-1958
San Francisco Office Files
Microfilm Reel
9
Bureau of Fisheries, Dept of Commerce
1889-1923
9
Bureau of Fisheries, Dept of Commerce
1924-1928
9
Bureau of Fisheries, Dept of Commerce
1929-1932
9
Bureau of Fisheries, Dept of Commerce
1933-1938
9
Bureau of Fisheries, Dept of Commerce
1939-1941
10
Fish & Wildlife Service, Dept. of Interior
1943-1944
10
Fish & Wildlife Service, Dept. of Interior
1945-1948
10
Fish & Wildlife Service, Dept. of Interior
1949-1952
10
Correspondence and legal cases re: Alaska Fisheries
ca. 1953-1954
10
Correspondence and hearings re: Alaska Fisheries regulations
1954-1956
10
Correspondence and legal cases re: Alaska Fisheries
1963-1954
Seattle Office Files
Box/Folder
74/3 - 74/4
Fish and Wildlife Service, Hearings and Fishery Reports
1946-1950
74/5 - 74/6
Fish and Wildlife Service, Hearing and Fishery Regulations
1951-1952
74/7 - 74/9
Fish and Wildlife Service, Hearing and Fishery Regulations
1953-1954
74/10 - 74/11
Fish and Wildlife Service Hearings
1955
74/12 - 74/13
Fish and Wildlife Service Regulations
1956
74/14 - 74/15
Fish and Wildlife Service Regulations
1957-1958
Sub-series 4: Alaska Fishing Matters Conference Files
1926-1951
San Francisco Office Files
Microfilm Reel
7
Conference Files
1926-1934
7
Conference Files
1935-1941
7
Conference Files (Effects of WW2 on Salmon Canning")
1942
7
Conference Files ("Concentration Plan')
1943
7
Conference Files
1944-1945
7
Conference Files
1946-1951
Sub-series 5: Correspondence re: Fishing Operations
1940-1946
Box/Folder
75/1
Correspondence
1940-1946
Sub-series 6: Navigation Maps
1792-1982
Oversize Folder
17
Track Charts(Blank)
Undated
17
Alaska Hydrographic & Navigational Maps (20 Items)
Undated
18
British Columbia Hydrographic & Navigational Maps (19 Items)
Undated
18
Washington Hydrographic & Navigational Map (Straits of Georgia & Juan De Fuca)
1967
18
Washington Hydrographic & Navigational Map (Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound to Seattle)
1945
18
Puget Sound Commerical Salmon Fishing Areas & Preserves Map
1919
18
Semiahmoo Bay Hydrographic Map
1941
18
Map of Blaine Harbor
1891
18
Galiano's Chart (Copy), Navigational Map, in Spanish
1792
Rolled Document
51
Photo Print of Semiahmoo Bay Hydrographic Drawing
1857
52
Birch Bay and Oregon Coast
Undated
53
Inside Passage to Stuart Island, from Maritime Museum, British Columbia, Canada
1977
54
South Coast of Alaska, Prince William Sound, Eastern Entrance
1938
55
British Columbia, Canada, Namu Harbor to Dryad Point
1963
56
South Coast of Alaska, Alaska Peninsula, Portage and Wide Bays
1967
57
British Columbia, Canada, Sutil Channel to Stuart Island
1960
58
Southeast Coast of Alaska, Ernest Sound - Eastern Passage and Zimovia Strait
1963
59
British Columbia, Canada, Race Rocks to Turn Point
1962
60
Birch Point and Blaine Quadrangle, Topographic map, Whatcom County, Washington
1972
61
British Columbia, Canada, Otter Passage to McKay Reach
1962
62
Southeast Alaska, Prince of Wales Island, Kendrick Bay to Shipwreck Point
1965
63
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island
1961
64
West Coast of North America, Gulf of Alaska, Strait of Juan de Fuca to Kodiak Island
1966
65
Survey of the Kissiloff River
Undated
66
Port Moller and Herendeen Bay
1913
67
Pyramid Harbor, Chilkat Inlet, Lynn Canal
1891
68
West Coast of the United States, Strait of Juan de Fuca to Strait of Georgia
1981
69
Southeast Coast of Alaska, Stephens Passage to Cross Sound including Lynn Canal
1969
70
Photo Print of 1888 Topography of Gulf of Georgia, Birch Bay to Boundary
Undated
71
Southeast Coast of Alaska, Coronation Island to Lisianski Strait
1965
72
South Coast of Alaska, Alaska Peninsula, Shumagin Islands to Sanak Islands
1964
73
Southeast Coast of Alaska, Dixon Entrance to Cape St. Elias
1966
74
South Coast of Alaska, Morzhovoi Bay and Isanotski Strait
1967
75
South Coast of Alaska, Alaska, Peninsula, Unga Island to Pavlof Bay
1967
76
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Unimak and Akutan Passes and Approaches
1967
77
South Coast of Alaska, Prince William Sound
1967
78
South Coast of Alaska, Shuyak Strait to Bluefox Bay
1941
79
West Coast of Alaska, Bristol Bay, Nushagak Bay and Approaches
1966
80
South Coast of Alaska, Cape St. Elias to Shumagin Islands
1966
81
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island, Cape Ikolik to Cape Kuliuk
1932
82
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island, Gull Point to Kaguyak Bay
1965
83
British Columbia, Canada, Idol Point to Ocean Falls
1963
84
British Columbia, Canada, Milbanke Sound and Approaches
1969
85
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak and Afognak Islands, Marmot Bay and Kupreanof Strait
1967
86
South Coast of Alaska, Alaska Peninsula, Cold Bay and Approaches
1967
87
South Coast of Alaska, Prince William Sound, Latouche Elrington & Prince of Wales Passages
1927
88
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island, Chiniak Bay to Dangerous Cape
1964
89
British Columbia, Canada, Turn Point to Sand Heads
1962
90
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island, Uganik and Uyak Bays
1943
91
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island, Sitkinak Strait and Alitak Bay
1965
92
South Coast of Alaska, Point Elrington to East Chugach Island
1933
93
South Coast of Alaska, Prince William Sound
1965
94
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island
1965
95
West Coast of Alaska, Port Heiden
1967
96
West Coast of Alaska, Port Moller and Herendeen Bay
1967
97
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Krenitzin Islands
1967
98
Alaska, Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands to Seguam Pass
1965
99
South Coast of Alaska, Cape Spencer to Icy Point
1945
100
South Coast of Alaska, Cape St. Elias to Shumagin Islands
1953
101
Southeast Coast of Alaska, Dixon Entrance to Cape St. Elias
1969
102
South Coast of Alaska, Cape St. Elias to Shumagin Islands
1967
103
Washington, Strait of Juan de Fuca to Strait of Georgia
1972
104
South Coast of Alaska, Kodiak Island
1944
105
Washington, Strait of Juan de Fuca to Strait of Georgia
1982
106
South Coast of Alaska, Alaska Peninsula, Chignik and Kujulik Bays
1964
107
British Columbia, Canada, Granville Channel, Baker Inlet to Ogden Channel
1970
108
British Columbia, Canada, Cape Scott to Cape Calvert
1963
109
Copy of map of Drayton's Cove
1841
110
Department of Highways Right of Way Map, Route S-987
Undated
111
Department of Highways Right of Way Map, Route S-987
Undated
112
Department of Highways Right of Way Map, Route S-987
Undated
113
Department of Highways Right of Way Map, Route S-987
Undated
Sub-series 7: Fish Trap records
Field Notes re: Salmon Trap Locations are duplicated on Microfiche 541. Fish Trap Location Maps for Alitak, Chignik, Cook Inlet, Fort Wrangell, Karluk, Kvichak, Loring and Nushagak are duplicated on microfiche 504-540.
ca. 1904-1931
Box/Folder
75/2
List of Alaska Fish Trap Owners
Undated
75/3
Agreements re: Chignik Fish Traps
ca. 1904-1913
Field Notes re: Salmon Trap Locations
Box/Folder
75/4
Wrangell, Alaska
1912
75/5
Loring, Alaska
1912; ; 1914
Fish Trap Location Maps
Rolled Document
114-120
Fish Trap Locations in Alaska
1931
121
Chignik Bay, AK and Vicinity, trap locations
Undated
122
Map of Chignik Lagoon and Bay, shows US Surveys and Trap Sites
1911
Oversize Folder
19
Alaska Territory Fish Trap Locations Map
1926
19
Chignik (42 Items)
1904-1932; ; (1912-1914)
20
Clarence Strait (8 Items)
1916-1925
20
Cook Inlet Printing Negatives (13 Items)
Undated
20
Cook Inlet (29 Items)
1912-1916
20
Fort Wrangle Printing Negatives (8 Items)
Undated
20
Fort Wrangle (23 Items)
1912-1916
21
Kodiak Island -Alitak Station (15 Items)
1919-1929
21
Kodiak Island -Karluk Station (2 Items)
Undated
21
Kodiak Island -Moser Bay (7 Items)
1916-1919
21
Kodiak Island -Olga Bay
1919
21
Kodiak Island -Uyak Bay (6 Items)
1924
21
Kvichak River (2 Items)
1912
21
Loring Printing Negatives (15 Items)
Undated
21
Loring Station (20 Items)
1912-1919
21
Loring (9 items)
1912
21
Nushagak Bay Printing Negative
Undated
21
Nushagak Bay (2 Items)
1917
21
Nushagak River (4 Items)
1912
21
J.A. Largaud, Point Roberts
1909
21
Prince of Wales Island, Fish Trap Location Map
1916
21
Prince of Wales Island, Amended Fish Trap Locations
1933
21
Revillagigedo Channel -Point Alava (1 Item)
1917
21
Revillagigedo Channel -Point Sykes (1 Item)
1916
21
Revillagigedo Island -Lucky Cove (1 Item)
1918
21
Revillagigedo Island -Tongass Narrows (1 Item)
1916

Series VII:   Engineering records , 1922-1985 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Buildings
Many building record books include photographs of APA properties. Duplicate and additional building records for Chignik, Larsen Bay, Nushagak, Pilot Point, Egegik, Karluk Spit & Alitak, Kvichak and Naknek available on Microfiche no. 291-302.
1945-1985
Building Record Books
Box/Folder
75/6 - 75/7
Chignik (Work copy) Books 1 and 2
1950
75/8
Karluk Spit and Alitak (Work copy)
1949-1950
75/9
Karluk Spit and Alitak (Station copy)
1949-1950
75/10
Karluk Spit and Alitak (Seattle Office copy)
1949-1950
75/11
Larsen Bay (Work Copy)
1950
75/12
Larsen Bay (Station copy)
1950
75/13
Larsen Bay (Seattle Office copy)
1950
75/14
Pilot Point (Work copy)
1950
75/15
Pilot Point
1950
75/16 - 75/17
Puget Sound (Semiahmoo)
ca. 1947 1950
75/18
Ugashik Plant
1956
76/1
Kvichak
undated [ca. 1950]
76/2
Naknek, Diamond O Cannery
undated [ca. 1950]
76/3
Nushagak
1950
Building Plans and Drawings
Oversize Folder
22
Floor plan of unidentified Building
Undated
22
Kvichak Cannery Net House (8 Items)
1949
22
Kvichak Marine Ways
Fall 1958
22
Bell Street Terminal Plan of Warm Storage Warehouse
Undated
22
Bunkhouse Plans for Cannery NN & J
1945
22
Future Blaine Boat Haven Photo Plan
ca. 1952
22
75' Cannery Building Drawings (9 Items)
1946
22
75' Building Plans (3 Items)
1946
22
342' Warehouse Erection Diagram
1946
22
Drayton plan
Undated
Rolled Document
123-131
Addition to Office Building floor plan, Semiahmoo (Blaine, WA)
May/June 1969
132-138
Addition to Office Building Floor Plan, Semiahmoo (Blaine,WA)
May/June 1969
139
Inn at Semiahmoo, Site Plan Blaine, WA
1985
140
Inn at Semiahmoo, Demolition Site Plan Blaine, WA
1985
141-144
Inn at Semiahmoo, First Floor Plan, Areas A-D Blaine, WA
1985
145-148
Inn at Semiahmoo, Second Floor Plan, Areas A-D Blaine, WA
1985
149-150
Inn at Semiahmoo, Third Floor Plan, Areas A-B Blaine, WA
1985
151-152
Inn at Semiahmoo, Fourth Floor Plan, Areas A-B Blaine, WA
1985
153-155
Inn at Semiahmoo, TypicAK Unit Plans Blaine, WA
1985
156
Diamond Plant no. 851 South Naknek, Naknek River, Bristol Bay, AK
1972
157
Diamond Plant no. 853 Clarks Point, Nushagak (Bristol Bay Area) AK
1972
158
Diamond Plant no. 854 Egegik, Egegik River, Bristol Bay, AK
1972
159
Diamond Plant no. 855 Pilot Point Ugashik River, Bristol Bay, AK
1972
160
Diamond Plant no. 860 Chignik AK
1972
161
Plant V-1, Cordova, AK
1972
162
Diamond Plant no. 858 Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island, AK
1972
163-165
Mess Hall & Galley Nushagak, AK
1948
166-172
Plans for Frozen Seafood Plant, Chignik, AK
1974
173-175
Floor Plans for Warehouse at Nushagak, AK
1950
176
Power and Light Feeders at Nushagak, AK (Warehouse added 1948/1950)
1950
177
Diamond Plant no. 853 Clarks Point, Nushagak, AK (Bristol Bay Area)
1972
178
Plot Plan, Semiahmo,o Blaine, WA
1952
179
Office and Warehouse Sections (found with Tamxwiqsen Housing Project plans)
Undated
180-185
Tamxwiqsen Housing Project, Lummi Indian Reservation, Bellingham, WA
1985
186
Unidentified Cafeteria
Undated
187
Plans for Bathhouse
Undated
188
Plans for Bathhouse, more details added
Undated
189
Plans for Bathhouse
Undated
190
Unidentified Cannery Plant
Undated
Sub-series 2: Vessels
1931-1961
Plans and Drawings
Box/Folder
77/1
Material required for Fishing Boats
1946; ; Undated
77/2
Penguin Deck House Plans
1946; ; Undated
Oversize Folder
23
Record Book: Material and Fastenings for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats
Undated
23
72' Wooden Towboat Construction Sections Design
1943
23
46' Steel Seiner Deck & Hold Arrangement
1961
23
46' Steel Seiner Outboard Profile
1961
23
46' Steel Seiner Lines and Offsets
1961
23
46' Steel Seiner Body Plan and Offsets Of Webframes and Bulkheads
1961
23
46' Steel Seiner Curves of Form
1961
23
32' Stock Gillnetter Ship Design
Undated
23
Towboat 'Osprey' Rudder Detail Design
1947
23
Tally Scow Designs (in Manila Folder)
1934
23
72' Wooden Towboat Design
1943
23
52'x15' Seine Boat, Plan 181, by William Garden
November 1948
23
Rudder Detail for Towboat "Osprey".Drawing #1413 by Edwin Monk
January 9 1947
23
Reconstruction Plan for 29' Gillnet Boat (tender Penguin), by William Garden
August 1951
23
New Deck House, Tender Penguin, Drawing # 1420 by Edwin Monk
February 20 1948
23
New House for "Cerlew" Towboat, Drawing # 1145-1, by Edwin Monk
November 9, 1945
23
28' 10" Gillnet Boat, by William Garden (2 drawings)
Undated
23
New House, Towboat Ansonia, by Edwin Monk
December 4, 1945
23
New Deck House, Tender Penguin, Drawing # 1420 by Edwin Monk
February 20, 1947
Sketch of BB boat sail from Stagg Bruno
Undated
Rolled Document
191
Columbia River Salmon Fishing Boat
February 1931
192
Reconstruction Plan - Gillnet Boats (29'+), sheet #1
August 1951
193
General Lay Out Plan on Power Roller for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats, Semiahmoo
Undated
194-195
Details on Power Roller for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats
Undated
196
Full Size Pattern for End Plates for Power Roller for Bristol Bay Boats
Undated
197
Reconstruction Plan - Gillnet Boats (29'+)
August 1951
198
Outboard Profile and Arrangement, 57' Combination Fishing Vessel
March 1947
199
Lighter Vessel, 24' x 70 '
February 1934
200
Cut out Details for Bristol Bay Boats
Undated
201-202
Material and Fastening for Conversion of Bristol Bay Gillnet Boat
Undated
203-206
General Reconstruction Plan for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats, Semiahmoo
February 1952
207
Conversion of 29' Gillnet Boat
March 1950
208
28' Gillnet Boat
Undated
209
Boat, Dr. E-1, no. 1
1933
210
Boat, Dr. E-1, no. 2
1933
211
M.S. Brant, Midship cross-section
1930
212-213
M.S. Brant, Main and Lower Deck Arrangements
1930
214-216
Boat, E-1, no. 25
Undated
217-220
Reconstruction Plans for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats, Semiahmoo
1952
221-224
Power Rollers for Bristol Bay Gillnet Boats, Semiahmoo, Blaine, WA
Undated
225
Cut Out Details for Bristol Bay Boats, Semiahmoo
1952
226
Assembly Chart for Bilge Horses for Bristol Bay Boats
Undated
227
Bristol Bay Boats Lighting Harness and Wiring Diagram for Bristol Bay Boats Gray Marine Engine
Undated
228-229
Material and Fastenings for Conversion of One Bristol Bay Gillnet Boat
Undated
230
Plans for Power Scow
Undated
231
Trap Scow for Chignik
1934
232
Power Barge, Construction Plan, Maritime Shipyards, Seattle WA
1944
233
46' Steel, Deck and Hold Arrangement
1961
Sub-series 3: Equipment and Machinery
1922-1972
Plans and Drawings
Oversize Folder
24
Kvichak Cannery Plan of Cradle
1949
24
Hydraulic Motor for Roller Drive Design
Undated
24
Crab Squeezer Designs, 4 Items
Undated
24
Pipe Fabrication Plans,(2 Items)
1958
24
Traying Device Plan
1946
24
Attached Tray Filling Device, End of Can Line Plans (4 Items)
1946
24
Fish House Belt Conveyer Design
1953
24
Septic Tank Installation Detail Plan
Undated
24
Semiahmoo Marine Ways Plans & Designs (4 Items)
1943-1964
24
Semiahmoo Marine Railway Pile Reinforcing Plan
1952
24
Semiahmoo Haulback Sheeve for Cradle Design
Undated
24
Semiahmoo Bridle Design
1943
24
Ship Ways and Cradle Design
Undated
24
48' Gins for No. 3 Pile Driver at Chignik, by W. Heinbocker
20 January 1932
24
Arch and Brick Setting, Iron Fireman Burner, drawn by A. Nash
13 January 1958
24
Hodgson Dry Pipe Valve, Ginch Model C
Undated
Rolled Document
234
Area Plan, Elevations, and Flow Plan, Semiahmoo, Blaine, WA
1957
235
Proposed Fish Reduction Plant for Semiahmoo, Blaine, WA
1957
236
Plan View, Fish Reduction Plant and Receiving Equipment Outside
1957
237
Proposed Fish Reduction Plant, Semiahmoo, Blaine, WA
1957
238-242
Shrimp L.O. Monorail, Kodiak, AK
1972
243-244
Shrimp Layout Monorail Trolley, Kodiak, AK
1972
245-354
Can Patterns on Pallets, Depalletizer, Hoist Fork, and Hydraulic Power Plant Impact Guards, Honolulu, HI
1962-1965
255-273
Plans for Depalletizer, Honolulu, HI
1963
274
Preliminary Plan for Vertical Fish Elevator
Undated
275
Fish Receiving Scow, Semiahmoo
Undated
276
Proposed Elevating Platform in Place of Float
Undated
277
Fish Receiving Through with Belt Conveyor and Apron, Semiahmoo
1951
278
Fish Float [probably Semiahmoo]
ca. 1951
279
Retort Car for <M>, San Francisco, CA
1924
280
Retort Car for Chignik
1937
281
281Cradle Launch for "Gony"
1932
282
Automatic Temperature and Time Controller and Recording Thermometer Applied to Horizontal Retort
Undated
283
Engine Room, Gas launch, "Sparrow"
1922
284-285
Karluk Cooler and copy (2 items)
1940
286-287
50 lb/hr Incinerator, General Layout (2 items)
1970
288
Can Rack for #10 Cans, Bellingham, WA
1972
289
Arrangement for Coen Oil Burning System
Undated
290
C.C. Control - Vacuum Machine and Clincher
Undated
291
New Kewanee Boiler Layout, Naknek, AK
1958

Series VIII:  Reference files , 1741-1983 ,   (bulk 1898-1967) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series 1: Company History Files
Items listed in the APA Book Inventory are NOT included in the CPNWS collections. Box 79 contains index cards for a now obsolete APA filing system. Cards are arranged A-Z and contain some background information about Alaskan fishing companies and their agreements and relationships with APA.
1893-1983
General Company History
Box/Folder
78/1
APA History (printed notes)
Undated
78/2
APA Organizational Chart
May 1961
78/3
APA Plant List
1893; ; 1934; ; 1965
78/4
Memo re: APA Operations on Puget Sound
1949
78/5
Del Monte Shield articles re: Company History
Undated
78/6
Point Adams Packing Company (handwritten history)
ca.1975
78/7
Semiahmoo Cannery (Clippings)
1910; ; 1983
78/8
APA Book Inventory, (San Francisco Office)
1969
78/9
Draft of novel, unknown author
Undated
Company Employees
Box/Folder
78/10
Correspondence re: former employees
Undated
78/11
Bradford, William B.
1916; ; 1980
78/12
Fortman, Henry
Undated; ; 1980; ; 1982
78/13
Widerstrom, Axel
1981
APA Vessels and Navigational History
Box/Folder
78/14
Histories of APA sailing vessels
Undated
78/15
Sailing Vessels of the Alaska Packers Association
Undated
78/16
"A New 'Star' in the North," Del Monte Shield
April, 1965
78/17
Huycke, Harold D. "Emigrant Ship to Copra Hulk: The Iron Bark Bougainville" [Star of Peru]
1948
78/18
Huycke, Harold D. "Alaska Packer's Fleet: San Francisco's Great Ships of Sail," Del Monte Shield
June 1949
78/19
Huycke, Harold D. "Colonial Trader to Museum Ship: The Bark Star of India"
1950
78/20
Huycke, Harold D. "The Great Star Fleet," Sea Letter
1960
78/21
Smith, Phillip D. "Stand Clear of Coronation…" reprinted from Del Monte Shield
March 1959
78/22
Star of Finland (Kaiulana) article, from Matsonews
May-June 1950
78/23
Material re: Charles Wilkes & 1838-1942 US Exploring Expedition
Undated; ; 1889; ; 1971
Salmon Industry
Box/Folder
78/24
Barnes, Lillian. "Point Roberts in the Day when Salmon was King"
Undated
78/25
"Discoveries, Explorations and Settlements on the North Pacific Coast : Alaska and Environs" (from Dall's Alaska and its Resources")
Undated
78/26
"The Salmon Industry," paper given by AK Tichenor (APA Vice President)
Undated
78/27
Miscellaneous notes and articles re: Salmon industry
Undated
Box
79
Index cards to old [obsolete] APA filing system
Undated
Sub-series 2: Publications and Reports
The series contains publications and reports produced by APA and Del Monte, general publications relating to the fishing and canning industries, and government publications. Information regarding Alaska Shipwrecks (Microfiche 657-720) is arranged A-Z by name of ship, and includes information regarding the vessel and the name, date and location of disasters.
1906-1978
Company Publications and Reports
Box/Folder
80/1 - 80/17
Del Monte Shield
December 1948 -1962
81/1 - 81/2
Del Monte Shield
February 1963 - January 1965
81/3
Del Monte California Packing Company Annual Reports
1956-1958; ; 1960; ; 1978
81/4
Del Monte California Packing Company Legislative Digest
1960-1961
81/5
"Service: The true measurement of any institution lies in the service it renders."
Undated
81/6
APA"Investigation of Fraser River Sockeye Spawning Areas"
Undated
81/7
Report re: National Recovery Act
1933
81/8
Canned Frozen Salmon
1954
81/9
APA, "Alaska Packers: A profile of one of Alaska's leading canning companies."
1961
81/10
Report re: 1961 US Legislature and Political Representatives
1961
81/11
APA, "March 27 Earthquake and Tidal Wave - Damage Estimate and Factual Data, City of Kodiak, Alaska," (includes photographs)
April, 1964
Volume
156
Examinations of Canned Salmon (APA reports)
1911-1914
General Fisheries and Canning Publications and Reports
Box/Folder
81/12 - 81/15
Alaska Line Newsletter
1956-1958; ; 1960-1961
81/16 - 81/22
National Canners Association: Fishery Information Bulletin
1955-1958; ; 1960-1961
81/23 - 81/26
National Canners Association: Information Letter
1954-1957
82/1 - 82/3
National Canners Association: Information Letter
1958; ; 1960-1961
82/4
National Fisheries Institute "Flashes"
1954
82/5 - 82/11
Western Fisheries
1954-1960
83/1 - 83/4
Western Fisheries
1961-1964
83/5
Canned Salmon Institute, "Canned Salmon Fact book"
Undated
83/6
Deming's Canned Seafood, "Take a can of Salmon."
Undated
83/7
Northwest Canners Association, "The Silver Harvest of the Sea"
Undated
83/8
British Columbia Packers Association Directors' Reports
1906-1917
83/9
Baicusky, B. and J. Caldwell, Reports re: Fishery Industries of Siberia
1909-1922; ; 1916; ; 1926
83/10
Fishery Board for Scotland, "The Artificial and Natural Breeding of the Salmon"
1924
83/11
Fishery Board for Scotland, "A Preliminary Investigation of the Food of the Sea Trout"
1930
83/12
School of Public Health, University of California, "A Sanitation Manual for Food Industries"
1946
83/13
Somers, Ira I. "How to Establish a Plant Cleaning Program"
1948
83/14
Bristol Bay Packers, "The Bristol Bay Dispute: A Frank Statement of Facts by the Bristol Bay Packers"
January 1952
83/15
National Canners' Association, "Better Salmon Central Plan"
1954
83/16
International North Pacific Fisheries Commission Annual Report
1962
83/17
University of Washington, "Research in Fisheries: Annual Report of the College of Fisheries"
1974
Microfilm Reel
10
Report: Depletion of Puget Sound Salmon Runs, Investigation by Seattle P.I.
Undated
10
Report: Willis H. Rich, Notes on the Laws and Regulations affecting the Alaska Salmon Fisheries
Undated
10
Oysters - Notes and Correspondence
ca. 1932-1933
10
Crab Canning - Correspondence and reports
ca. 1929-1933
10
Herring - report on Herring Fisheries, Killisnoo, Admiralty Island
Undated
Government Publications and Reports
Microfiche
657-720
Alaska Shipwrecks
1741-1939
Box/Folder
83/18
Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, "Safety Notes for the Alaskan Fisherman"
Undated
83/19
US Department of Commerce (Bureau of 83/20 Fisheries), "A Plan for the Development of the Hawaiian Fisheries"
1939
83/20
Child Labor Act, Territory of Alaska
1949
83/21
US Coast Guard, Treasury Dept. "Rules to Prevent Collisions of Vessels and Pilot Rules"
1949
83/22
International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission, Annual Report
1950
83/23
FSA Public Health Service, "Handbook of Sanitation of Vessels in Operation"
1951
83/24
US Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Canned Fish Retail Prices reports
1958-1959
83/25
US Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Canned Fish Consumer Purchases reports
1958-1959
84/1
Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "Alaska Fisheries Catch"
1960
84/2
US Coast Guard, "Rules of the Road: International - Inland"
September 1965
Sub-series 3: Professional Organizations and Activities
1959-1963
Box/Folder
84/3 - 84/5
Association of Pacific Fisheries
1959-1961
84/5
Association of Washington Industries
1960
84/6 - 84/10
Canned Salmon Institute
1959-1961; ; 1962-1963
Sub-series 4: Newspapers and Clippings
1898-1982
APA Clippings Files
Volume
157
Clippings File
January 1898-1901
158
Clippings File
January-July 1901
159
Clippings File
1901-1902
160
Clippings File
April-December 1902
161
Clippings File
December 1902 - June 1903
162
Clippings File
June-October 1903
163
Clippings File
November 1903 - April 1904
164
Clippings File
May-November 1904
165
Clippings File
November 1904 - April 1905
166
Clippings File
April-August 1905
167
Clippings File
August-November 1905
168
Clippings File
November 1905 - August 1906
169
Clippings File
August 1906 - August 1907
170
Clippings File
August-December 1907
171
Clippings File
1908
172
Clippings File
1909
173
Clippings File
1910
174
Clippings File
1911
175
Clippings File
1912
176
Clippings File, (Consular Reports and Clippings)
1912-1913
177
Clippings File
1913
178
Clippings File
1914
179
Clippings File
1915
180
Clippings File
1916
181
Clippings File
1918
182
Clippings File
1919
183
Clippings File
1920
184
Clippings File
1921
185
Clippings File
1922
186
Clippings File
1923
187
Clippings File
1924
188
Clippings File
1925
189
Clippings File
1926
190
Clippings File
1927
191
Clippings File
1928
192
Clippings File
1929
193
Clippings File
1930
194
Clippings File
1931
195
Clippings File
1932
196
Clippings File
1933
197
Clippings File
1934
198
Clippings File
1935
199
Clippings File
1936
200
Clippings File
1937
201
Clippings File
1939
Oversize Folder
25
Blaine Journal
1906
25
Blaine Journal
April 1909
Clippings re: "Foreign Invasion of American Fisheries"
Microfilm Reel
8
Congressional records
1937-1938
8
The Pacific Fisherman
1937-1939
8
Various clippings and pamphlets
1905-1945
Box/Folder
84/11 - 84/13
"Calpak" Newspaper Excerpts Files (maintained by APA Seattle Office)
1957; ; 1960; ; 1961
84/14
Newspaper Clippings File
March-December 1961
84/15 - 84/17
Fisherman's News
1959; ; 1960
84/18
Kodiak Mirror
14 March 1959; ; 17 November 1961
84/19
"The Bristol Bay Story," Bellingham Herald
Sunday August 22, 1982
Sub-series 5: Salmon Can Labels & Trademarks
1893-1972
Box/Folder
84/20
Sample can labels
Undated
84/21
Memo re: Salmon Labels
1951
84/22
Salmon can label information file
1966-1972
Microfiche
357-365
General Data on Trademarks
ca. 1893-1960
365-387
Trademarks data and information – Alphabetical Files A-W
Undated
Sub-series 6: Photographs
ca. 1905-1960s
Oversize Folder
25
San Francisco Loan Bonds Office
circa 1919
Microfilm Reel
5
APA Offices, San Francisco
1905-1923
Box/Folder
85/1
APA Offices, San Francisco, CA (photo book)
1905-1923
Buildings and Structures
undated; ; [ca. 1920-1950s]
Box/Folder
85/2
Alameda
Undated
85/3
Alitak
Undated
85/4 - 85/5
Chignik
Undated
85/6
Egegik
Undated
85/7
Hells Gate, Fraser River, B.C.
Undated
85/8
Ketchikan
Undated
85/9 - 85/13
Kvichak
Undated
85/14
Larsen Bay
Undated
85/15 - 85/16
Naknek
Undated
85/17
Nushagak
Undated
85/18
Pilot Point
Undated
85/19
Point Roberts
Undated
85/20
Semiahmoo
Undated
85/21
Semiahmoo
Undated
85/22 - 85/25
Unidentified locations
Undated
Vessels
Undated
Box/Folder
85/26
Chignik
Undated
85/27
Karluk
Undated
85/28
Unidentified
Undated
85/29
Unidentified
Undated
Box/Folder
85/30
People and Employees
Undated
85/31
"Argo Boys" photo
1907
85/32
"Day Trip" photos
Undated
Sub-series 7: Ephemera
1910-1967
Box/Folder
85/33
Panama-Pacific Exposition letter re: exhibition award
1915
85/34
Out of the Spirit of '49: A California Souvenir. California Packing Company, Del Monte Food Products
1923
85/35
Advertisement, "Wanted: Your Vote For No. 77" (Initiative 77)
Undated
Rolled Document
292-293
Marketing Posters for Alaska Salmon (Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute)
Undated
294
Alaskeros Exhibit poster
Undated
295
APA Calendar
1967
296
APA Calendar
1967
Oversize Folder
25
The Blaine Two-Step Musical Notation, by Harriet Roger Owens
1910

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Salmon fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources--Photographs.
  • Fishery law and legislation--Alaska--History--Sources.
  • Fishery law and legislation--United States--History--Sources.
  • Indians of North America--Fishing Law and Legislation--History--Sources.
  • Indians of North America--Land Tenure--History--Sources.
  • Salmon canning industry--Alaska--History--Sources.
  • Salmon canning industry--Alaska--History--Sources--Maps.
  • Salmon canning industry--Alaska--History--Sources--Photographs.
  • Salmon canning industry--Pacific Coast (U.S.)--History--Sources.
  • Salmon canning industry--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources.
  • Salmon canning industry--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources--Maps.
  • Salmon fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources.
  • Salmon Fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources--Maps.
  • Salmon fisheries--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources.
  • Salmon fisheries--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources.
  • Corporate Names :
  • Alaska Packers Association--History--Sources.
  • Del Monte Corporation--History--Sources.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Semiahmoo Spit (Wash.)--History--Sources.
  • Semiahmoo Spit (Wash.)--History--Sources--Maps.