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- 1Bunnell, Charles Ernest (January 12, 1878 – November 1, 1956)
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The Rasmuson Library holds an important collection of Arctic materials, with a focus on Alaska. In addition to books and journals, the collection includes photographs, film, maps and oral history.
The Museum of the North is a striking white building on the upper west side of the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, located at 907 Yukon Dr, Fairbanks, AK 99775, United States. The Museum has a strong teaching and research mandate. The lower level of the Museum houses collections, as...
Sculpture of Charles E. Bunnell, First President Alaska College of Agriculture and School of Mines, University of AlaskaDownload
This statue stands on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus at Cornerstone Plaza, in front of the Charles Bunnell Building and the Engineering Building. Charles Bunnell was President of the College of Agriculture and School of Mines from December 7, 1921 to July 1, 1949.
This sign on Yukon Drive on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus warns drivers of the speed limit (20 miles per hour) and informs drivers of the speed of their vehicles. The vehicle speed display is powered by a solar panel on the top of the sign.