HMC-1209. Photographs of a member of the 404th Bombardment Squadron, who served in the Aleutian Islands during World War II. From 1944 to 1945 Buszek served as a pilot with the 404th Bombardment Squadron on Shemya in the Aleutian Islands.
HMC-0607. Research and personal files of an Alaskan aviation historian and journalist. The collection primarily consists of Cliff Cernick’s writing and research files for a variety of book and article projects. Cernick’s papers include subject files related to specific pilots in Alaska.
HMC-0089. Motion picture film from an Alaskan bush pilot. The collection consists of thirteen reels or 102 minutes of Hakon Christensen’s 16mm silent color motion picture film from his life and work in Alaska.
HMC-0422. The papers of an Alaskan bush pilot, sportsman, and business owners. During World War II, Collins was a pilot for the Morrison-Knudsen construction firm. Following the war, he formed the Gren Collins Charter Airplane Service and Big Game Guide Service.
HMC-0708. Photographs of a pilot with the U.S. Air Force who served at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage. The collection consists of the aviation photographs of U. S. Air Force officer and helicopter pilot, Frank C. Fox. The photographs primarily relate to Fox’s U. S. Air Force career flying helicopters in Alaska (1962-1966).
HMC-0862. The collection includes photographs of soldiers, aircraft and facilities at Shemya Air Base, as well as those of Attu Island, Japanese bombing targets, aerial subjects, and veterans reunions.
HMC-1210. Photographs of a pilot with the 344th and 11th Fighter Squadrons who served in the Aleutian Islands during World War II. Subjects of the photographs include aerial views of locations in the Aleutian Islands; airplanes flying bombing missions.
HMC-0491. Papers of a pilot and diplomat in Anchorage. Scavenius served as an Alaskan bush pilot from 1938-1942, and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1942 to 1945. From 1946 to 1950, Scavenius served as the owner and operator of McKinley Airways, in Anchorage.
The collection contains three certificates concerning Stolz’s training as a pilot and service during World War II; Stolz’s leather name tag as an ensign in the U. S. Naval Reserve; photographs; and two flight record log books from his time as a pilot in Alaska, and later, Texas.