HMC-0419. The Alaska Health Project was founded in 1980 to address issues of hazardous materials in the workplace and in the community. Their records include several folders related to oil spill cleanup issues.
HMC-0454. In Lee Gorsuch's papers are materials related to the Frontier Thinking conference held one year after the oil spill. The conference had a broader topic of developing resources while conserving nature.
HMC-1046. Mr. Johannsen's collection includes two physical objects related to the spill: a piece of rock that came from the larger piece pried out of the hull of the Valdez after it had been towed to California, and a nylon bottle of Exxon crude oil dipped from Prince William Sound shortly after the spill.
HMC-0369. This collection consists of 164 audiocassette recordings of news coverage of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill and related events and subjects. Included is coverage by KSKA Anchorage, KCHU Valdez, KTOO Juneau, the Alaska Public Radio Network, and National Public Radio. Events and subjects covered include the spill, cleanup efforts, the environmental and economic impact of the spill, National Transportation Safety Board Hearings, and other events and subjects. Copies of these tapes are held by many libraries in Alaska.
HMC-1300. Includes material related to Exxon Valdez Oil Spill litigation, as well as consulting and field work documenting the impact of the oil spill primarily in the Alutiiq communities of Ouzinkie and Old Harbor.
HMC-1358. David Ramseur was serving as press secretary to Governor Cowper at the time of the spill. This collection consists of his personal files of oil spill related materials, including news releases, media stories, memoranda to state officials, and accounts of visits to locations affected by the spill.