Records (1895-1897) of the Alaska Commercial Company, a San Francisco trading company largely concerned with the Alaskan fur
The Alaska Commerical Co. was a San Francisco based company which bought out the assets of the Russian-American Co. in 1867.
The company supported the Alaskan fur trade by providing steamship transportation, general merchandising, and other commerical
and financial services. The company had offices at Unalaska on Unalaska Island, at Unga on Unga Island, and at St. Michael
on the west coast of Alaska in the Norton Sound.
0.20 linear feet
(1 archives box)
Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.
Collection is open for research.