A small collection of business correspondence and records from the Alaska Commercial Company, a San Francisco trading firm
concerned with the Alaskan fur trade in the late 19th century.
Alaska Commercial Company was a San Francisco firm which purchased the assets of the Russian-American Co. in 1867. The company
supported the Alaskan fur trade by providing steamship transportation, general merchandising, and other commercial 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.
0.25 Linear feet
(1 archives box)
Digital copies of this material are intended to support research, teaching, and private study. This work may be used without
prior permission. The original manuscripts for this collection are held by Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego Library.