5 edition of Bob Atwood"s Alaska found in the catalog.
Bob Atwood"s Alaska
Robert B Atwood
2003 by Marilaine Pub .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||275|
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Bob Atwood was a giant here in Anchorage for decades. I worked for him in the late s and I knew many of the folks in this book. It's an amazing read about the earliest days of Anchorage, starting when Atwood arrived in the s. The city was far different then--before the gleaming towers and wide streets that oil money built.4/5(1).
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But before it could be published, Atwood's daughter, Elaine, sued to prevent it from being distributed. InStrohmeyer and Elaine Atwood entered into an agreement giving Elaine Atwood two years to produce her own biography, to be entitled Bob Atwood's Alaska.
There are also papers relating to the University of Alaska Anchorage Atwood Chair of Journalism and Bob Atwood’s memorial book. Similar materials can be found throughout Part 1 and in Part 4: series 1 and 4. This series is arranged according to Bob Atwood’s original order, which is mostly alphabetical in groupings but also by subject.
If Alaska is on your bucket list - or you are simply a lover of all-things-Alaska, this book is for you. Although I have enjoyed my own adventures in Bob Atwoods Alaska book, I truly enjoyed living through a fresh set of experiences, as captured in the pages (and words) of Bob Lacher/5(8).
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Perhaps no family has had more influence on the development of Alaska's social, economic and civic life than that of Bob Atwood and his wife, Evangeline Rasmuson Atwood. Over a period of almost 70 years, Bob, Evangeline and their daughters Marilyn and Elaine made change and progress a part of their lives.
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The town's population back then was 2, - and it had only one street with a concrete sidewalk. Atwood Estate Sale. It looks very grand, and not really all that “Alaskan” (ironic, because Bob Atwood is a prominent figure in Alaska history), at least by prints, linens, statutes, carvings, accent furniture, old books, and the various odds and ends that people collect during the course of their life were all displayed for.
In Part I of this program, Edward R. Murrow explores arguments for and against statehood for Alaska. Interviewees include Bob Atwood, William Arnold, Bob Bartlett, Mike Stepovich, George Malone (U.S. Senator from Nevada), Alaskan homesteaders, and University of Alaska students.
Bob Atwood was a newspaperman who met a social worker from Alaska named Evangeline Rasmuson, who also happened to be the daughter of the president of the Bank of Alaska. Over the years, Bob pushed for Alaska’s statehood, helped build Anchorage’s airport, helped establish local higher educational institutions, and got involved in Alaska’s Author: Alyssa Ochs.
Bob Atwood arrived in Alaska at a time when the ambitions of a few could radically shape the territory and, ultimately, a new state.
Atwood's ambitions lay in his pro-statehood, pro-development views, and as editor and publisher of the Anchorage Times, his voice carried 52 years, Atwood the newspaperman lobbied for what he viewed best for his adopted homeland, from statehood to Native.
Evangeline Atwood was a noted historian, author of several books and Anchorage’s most famous hostess. She and her husband Robert Atwood (owner of the Times and champion of Alaska statehood) arrived in Alaska in The Atwood Concert Hall seats approximately 2, and consists of three levels (orchestra, mezzanine and balcony).
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Dorothy May Mercer (Goodreads Author) avg rating — 55 ratings. score: 1, and 18 people voted Want to Read. Bob and Evangeline Atwood Alaska Resource Center - Anchorage Museum in Anchorage, AK. LibraryThing Local covers bookstores and libraries, and book events of. The Atwood Foundation provides grants to Alaskan non-profit organizations, and the board meets in March, June, and September.
Bob Atwood, editor and publisher of the Anchorage Daily Times, had long supported any and every form of development in Alaska. He was fond Author: Ross Coen. The Anchorage Times was a daily newspaper published in Anchorage, Alaska, that became known for the pro-business political stance of longtime publisher and editor, Robert ition from the McClatchy-owned Anchorage Daily News forced it out of business in Editor: Robert Atwood.
Evangeline Atwood (née, Maud Evangeline Rasmuson) was born in Sitka on February 3, to missionary teachers Jenny and Edward Rasmuson, who lived at Yakutat. 1 Her father, a Danish-born Swede, came to Alaska in as a missionary teacher for the Swedish Covenant Church. After going Outside for additional schooling, he obtained a law degree to become a lawyer.
Name Robert B. Atwood City Anchorage Occupation Newspaper Owner and Publisher Born Ma - Chicago, Illinois Died Janu - Anchorage, Alaska Alaska Resident Honors.
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Our publisher is Graphic Arts Books (formerly Alaska Northwest Books), in collaboration with Alaska Geographic. Bob Atwood, sensing great potential in frontier Alaska, came north with Evangeline, his equally adventurous bride, in to buy a failing circulation daily, The Anchorage Times, with the Author: John Strohmeyer.
Rivers was a lifelong civil servant, working in a number of public positions throughout his life. He served as United States Attorney for District of Alaska, from to He was then elected as the attorney general of Alaska, serving from to He was the chair of the Employment Security Commission of Alaska from toand then became the mayor of Fairbanks, Alaska from Education: University of Washington, Seattle (LLB).
She will be inducted into the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame on May 4. Photographed in her Anchorage home recently on Friday, Feb. 17, (Bob Hallinen / Alaska Dispatch News). Bob Lacher, in his book “Alaska Raw” kicks that concept up a notch or two. Born and raised in Alaska, Lacher grew up in a family that hunted for food.
Small planes, snowmachines and boats were the tools his family used to survive and thrive. This collection of first-hand experiences is gripping. Lacher had me hooked in the first chapter. Infamous Alaska serial killer Robert Hansen died Thursday morning at an Anchorage hospital, according to the Department of Corrections.
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Robert Neil "Bob" DeArmond (Septem – Novem ) was an American historian who specialized in the history of Alaska, especially the Alaska hout the s and s, DeArmond wrote several historical columns for southeast Alaska publications; these included Days of Yore, Gastineau Bygones, and News of the Gold Camp.
Robert J. (Bob) Atwood, was born in St. Joseph, Missouri on J to parents Henry and Helen Atwood. The oldest of their six children.From dust jacket: This is the story of how American ingenuity and determination pushed back the wilderness in Alaska to make one of the finest cities in the nation.
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