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Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC

Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC
Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC

Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC

This No Reserve listing is for a Vintage. SIGNED c1913 RPPC or Real Photo postcard. This silver gelatin photo is INCREDIBLE!

The photo was personally taken c1913 by future. Alaskan Territorial Governor George Alexander Parks.

And it is SIGNED ON THE BACK! This photo was taken c.

The postcard is a silver gelatin print (has a nice silver bloom on it when held at an angle) - it has a divided back and is postally used with a Fairbanks postal stamp dated May 2, 1914 along with an American Flag cancel over a 1 cent stamp. It is addressed to G. O' Neil Federal Bl'dg, Seattle, Wash.

I can't find any biographical information about the addressee G. O'Neil - but since his address is the federal building in Seattle, I imagine he had something to do with the Land Office or with Parks' work. Parks worked for the U. Condition is as follows : NEAR MINT - the photograph is Clear and Bright with GREAT DETAIL. There is a tiny crease close to the left edge and a small spot of foxing on the bottom border by the words Caribou Herd. This has a lovely sepia brown color and while this photo was taken at a long distance, you can still make out the detail of each individual caribou climbing the side of the mountain. The overall condition of this great SIGNED REAL PHOTO POST CARD is NEAR MINT! There is FABULOUS detail in this photo - it is BRIGHT and CLEAR with NO FADING - just a BEAUTIFUL Early Alaskan Photo with a great subject! If any of the pictures look fuzzy or show some light marks on the photo, that is a result of the flashback from the flash or my out of focus pictures/poor photography skills and is NOT on the original image.. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

He was born in Denver, Colorado. Parks died at the advanced age of 100 in 1984. When he died he was the earliest living governor of any US state, after his death, the title went to Alfred M.

Landon who would eventually also become a centenarian. Parks, a Republican, was a governor of the territory in the middle years between district status and statehood.

He was the first bachelor governor, first two-term governor of the territory, and first governor to travel by airplane around the territory. Shortly after taking office, Parks visited Washington, D. The contest ended with Benny Benson, a Kodiak Native, winning with a design of a blue flag ornamented with eight stars of gold.

Parks left office when Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt replaced Republican President Herbert Hoover in 1933.

Out of federal service, Parks became an official of the First National Bank of Juneau and associated with the R. Sommers Construction Company of Juneau.

He lived out a second retirement in Juneau, dying in 1984 at age 100. 1883 May 29 Born in. 1906 Graduated with an E. Degree from Colorado School of Mines.

And worked as a mining engineer for private companies. 1909 May 8 Appointed as a practical miner, General. First lieutenant of engineers, Fairbanks. 1924 April 9 Appointed Assistant supervisor of Surveys and. 1925 June 16 Appointed Governor of. 1 Reappointed Governor for a second term by President Herbert Hoover, terminating April 3, 1933 with his resignation to President Franklin D. 1934 June 14 District Cadastral Engineer. 1948 June 20 Retired from federal service with forty years of service to the Territory. May 29, 1883 Denver Denver County Colorado, USA.

From 1908 to 1926 he served in several federal government positions, including Mineral Examiner, Head of the United States Land Office, and Assistant Supervisor of Public Lands Surveys. He served as an United States Army Engineer officer during World War I. In 1925 he was appointed Governor, and he served until 1933.

In 1934 he accepted a federal appointment as the Public Lands Office's Cadastral Survey Engineer. He retired from government service in 1938 and worked as an engineer for a Juneau construction company in which he had invested, while also serving as Vice President of the First National Bank of Juneau.

There is also a monument to him in Wasilla, near the Parks Highway at Newcomb Park on Wasilla Lake. Son of James Parks and Mary Leach (Ferguson) Parks. Mining engineer; served in the U. Keyword: ferrotype, daguerreotype, melainotype, ambrotype, real photo postcard, RPPC eskimo yupik tlingit Inupiat, Yupik, Aleut, Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, Eyak Athabascan Ahtna Deg Hitan Dena'ina. Hän Holikachuk Kolchan Koyukon Lower Tanana Tanacross Upper Tanana Eyak Haida Tlingit Tsimshian Eskimo Inupiat (an Inuit people) Yupik Siberian Yupik Yup'ik Cup'ik Sugpiaq (Alutiiq) Chugach Koniag Aleut Unangan.

The item "Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC" is in sale since Tuesday, March 2, 2010. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Other Political Autographs". The seller is "richinfiber" and is located in Portland, Oregon.

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Postcard SIGNED IN 1913 by ALASKA GOVERNOR GEORGE A PARKS! Real Photo RPPC