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					Ms 103: Alaska Inaugural Materials                                             Alaska State Library




                                   Alaska. Inaugurations
                         [Inaugural programs, invitations, etc.] 1906-

                                            MS 103



The collection includes official programs and miscellaneous material regarding the inaugural of
Alaska's Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Materials include invitations, programs and lists of
events. Items are arranged by date and name of Governor.

Date:   Governor:

1906    Wilford B. Hoggatt
         Inaugural Banquet Menu, August. 2, 1906. Juneau, Alaska.

1953    B. Frank Heintzleman (Governor) and Waino E. Hendrickson (Secretary of
        Alaska).
        Program of Inauguration, April 10, 1953.

1963    William A. Egan (Governor) and Hugh J. Wade (Secretary of State)
        Official Inaugural Program, January 26, 1963.[3, incl. 1 with gold tassel]
        First Alaska Inauguration-Juneau Douglas High School Gymnasium, January 26,
        1963.[4]
        "Inauguration set for Feb. 7" article from the JUNEAU EMPIRE, January 26, 1963.
        2 tickets to Inaugural Ball, #715 and #716
         4 tickets to Inaugural Dinner, #188 and #189, #285 and #286
         1 official invitation in envelope (addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carr, Box 17,
          Anchorage, Alaska), Inaugural Activities, a card to fill out if attending, and self-
          addressed envelope.
         1 official invitation in envelope (not addressed), with Egan and Wade signatures,
          Inaugural Activities

1967    Walter J. Hickel (Governor) and Keith Miller (Secretary of State)
        Inaugural Program 1967. Honoring Walter J. Hickel and Keith H. Miller, January 15,
        1967, Juneau, Alaska.

1970    Keith H. Miller (Governor) and Robert W. Ward (Lt. Governor)
        Honoring Keith H. Miller and Lt. Governor Robert W. Ward and Administration,
        December 3, 1970. Inaugural Program.

1971    William A. Egan (Governor) and Henry A. Boucher (Lt. Governor)
         Inaugural Invitation, Inaugural Activities Calendar and Information and Envelope,
        RSVP Card and Envelope
        Beauty and Industry : Official Inaugural Program, January 9, 1971.
        Governor’s Inaugration Pagent, Juneau-douglas High School Auditorium, January 9,
        1971.




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1975    Jay S. Hammond (Governor) and Lowell Thomas Jr. (Lt. Governor)
        Alaska Inaugural Program Honoring Jay S. Hammond and Lowell Thomas Jr., January
        18, 1975. Juneau, Alaska.

1979    Jay S. Hammond (Governor) and Terry Miller (Lt. Governor)
        Alaska Inaugural '79, January 13, 1979, High School Auditorium [Juneau]
        [Invitation to Inaugural Ceremony]
        Inaugural Calendar (small size) (Oversize in map case or see: JK 9552.1979.A45 v.f.)

1983    Bill Sheffield (Governor) and Stephen McAlpine (Lt. Governor)
        Swearing-In Ceremonies of Bill Sheffield, December 6, 1982, The Atrium, State Office
        Building, Juneau.
        [Invitation to Inaugural Ceremonies statewide with R.S.V.P. and envelopes.]
        Alaska Inaugural 1983. Juneau Activities and Information, January 14-16.
        Alaska Inaugural 1983. Ceremony.
        Alaska Inaugural 1983, Schedule of Events. January 7 - January 15, 1983.

1986    Steve Cowper (Governor) and Stephen McAlpine (Lt. Governor)
        Swearing-In Ceremonies of the Honorable Steve Cowper, December 1, 1986, The
        Atrium, State Office Building, Juneau.
        Program of Events, Friday, January 16 - Saturday, January 17, 1987 [cards and
        envelopes.]
        Alaska Inaugural 1987! [Invitation to the Inaugural activities]

1990    Walter J. Hickel (Governor) and Jack Coghill (Lt. Governor)
        [Inaugural Invitation 1991]
        [Ticket to the Inaugural Family Brunch, January 20, 1991.]
        [Alaska Inaugural Press Pass]
        Alaska Inaugural 1991 [ticket to the Gala Inaugural Ball]
        Juneau Inaugural Balls 1991...dedicated to Walter J. Hickel and Ermalee
        Hickel..(program)
        [Cocktail napkin embossed with Governor Hickel and Lt. Governor Coghill.]
        The Inaugural Celebration and Democracy [special performance by Perseverance
        Theater of John Murrell's "Democracy".]
        The Juneau Inaugural Committee.. "To our out-of town Inaugural guests" [letter
        describing events of the 1991 Inaugural, January 18-21, 1991.]
        The Juneau Inaugural Committee.. "How to Use the Capital City Inaugural Key Card"
        Capital City Inaugural Key Card...Distinguished Guest [small blue card]
        [Juneau Inaugural Committee letterhead and envelope.]
        Lt. Governor and family schedule [program of events for the Governor and Lt.
        Governor and families, outlining all activities planned, protocol for seating, etc.]
        [Map of seating chart for ANB Hall activities.]
        [List of seating assignments for Centennial Hall.]
        Lt. Governor Introduction List.
        Hickel Family Members [list of names]
        [Introduction for Mr. Valentin M. Kamenev, Consul General of the USSR in San
        Francisco.]
        [Poster: Alaska 1991 Inaugural, See the oversized manuscripts drawer under MS 103.]




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1994-95 Tony Knowles (Governor) and Fran Ulmer (Lt. Governor)
        Swearing-In Ceremonies of the Honorable Tony Knowles and the Honorable Fran
        Ulmer. Monday, December 5, 1994, 11:30 a.m., Centennial Hall, Juneau, Alaska.
        [Invitation to the Swearing-In Ceremony of Governor Tony Knowles and Lieutenant
        Governor Fran Ulmer.]
        [Holiday Greeting Card with the Knowles and Ulmer families pictured on front, signed,
        "Our best wishes for the holidays..." and "From our family to yours..."]
        [Knowles/Ulmer Inaugural Ticket Reservation Form.]
        [Invitation to the Knowles/Ulmer Inaugural Ball, January 21, 1994, Juneau, Alaska.]
        Alaska's Flag [Sheet music by Elinor Dusenbury (1938) with verse 2 by Carol Beery
        Davis (1986)]
        [Alaska Governor Tony Knowles Inaugural Address, Juneau, Alaska, December 5,
        1994.]
        Inaugural Historic Walk: A Family Event [news release by Linda Daniel of the Juneau-
        Douglas City Museum regarding the historic walk on Saturday, Jan. 21].
        Inaugural Historic Walk: A Family Event [Map of the historic walking tour].
        Audio Cassette of Tony Knowles Swearing-In speech, Juneau, Alaska, Centennial Hall,
        January 1995.

1998-99 Tony Knowles (Governor) and Fran Ulmer (Lt. Governor)

         [Invitation to the Swearing-In Ceremony of Governor Tony Knowles and Lieutenant
         Governor Fran Ulmer, 11:30 a.m., December 7, 1998, Centennial Hall, Juneau, Alaska]

         Inaugural Ceremony for swearing in The Honorable Tony Knowles, Governor, and The
         Honorable Fran Ulmer, Lieutenant Governor, of the State of Alaska. December 7, 1998,
         11:30 a.m., Centennial Hall, Juneau, Alaska.[program]

         1998 Swearing-in Ceremony. Alaska Governor Tony Knowles. Alaska Lt. Governnor
         Fran Ulmer. Centennial Hall, Juneau, Alaska, December 7, 1998. [text of addresses]

         [Inivitation to Inaugural Reception celebrating forty years of Alaska statehood,
         December 7, 1998, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Alaska State Museum, Juneau, Alaska]

         Inaugural Reception : Celebrating Forty Years of Alaska Statehood. The Honorable
         Tony Knowles, Governor. The Honorable Fran Ulmer, Lieutenant Governor. December
         7, 1998, 3:00-5:00 p.m., Alaska State Museum, Juneau, Alaska. [program]

         [Invitation to a Pre-Inaugural Ball : ADP Governor’s Fund Reception, Honoring
         Governor Tony Knowles & Lt. Governor Fran Ulmer. Saturday, January 23rd, 6:00 pm]

         [Invitation (with envelope) to the 1999 Governor’s Inaugural Ball – A benefit for
          Alaskan Children’s Trust – honoring Governor Tony Knowles & Lt. Governor Fran
          Ulmer. Centennial Hall, Saturday January 23, 1999]

2002-03 Frank Murkowski (Governor) and Loren Leman (Lt. Governor)

         1.      [Invitation (2) to the Juneau Inaugural Ball, Centennial Hall, Merchants Wharf,
                 and the Goldbelt Hotel, Sat. Jan. 25, 2003, with RSVP card.]




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        2.      [Program for the Capital City Inaugural Ball]
        3.      [Tickets (2) to the Juneau Inaugural Ball, Centennial Hall, Merchants Wharf, and
                the Goldbelt Hotel]

        4.      [Flyer for family event at Nugget Mall]

        5.      [Clippings from the Juneau Empire]

        6.      Inaugural Remarks by Lt. Governor Loren Leman, Centennial Hall, Juneau,
                December 2, 2002.

        7.      "Getting Ready to Dazzle at the Inaugural Ball" article photocopied from Juneau
                Empire

        8.      “Alaska’s Bright Future, Celebrating the Inauguration of Governor Frank H.
                Murkowski and Lieutenant Governor Loren Leman, December 2, 2002” [Rie
                Munoz poster, “Northern Lights”] Oversize Manuscript

        9.      Brass key chain engraved with the Alaska state seal and governor’s signature,
                dated Dec. 2, 2002, in black velvet pouch.]




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