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George Sundborg

Former longtime Juneau resident George Sundborg died on Feb. 7, 2009, in Seattle. He was 95...sons, Pierre Sundborg and wife, Jean, of Seattle, George Sundborg Jr. and wife, Lisa, of Fairbanks, and the Rev...
Legislature honors Constitution delegate Sundborg, dead at 95

...Alaska Constitution nearly 60 years ago has died. George Sundborg Sr. was 95. He died Saturday from pneumonia at, "I've got two eyes,"' said his son, George Sundborg Jr., but his children eventually talked him out...
Death on the Hill

...likes to visit. Could this be the closest thing to a remnant of Alaska's last execution? A reporter by the name of George Sundborg recalled this scene of the gallows: "There was an open space there with quite a drop. And so we went in and they...
University to give aid to Alaska law students

...Alaska is the only state without a law school. George and Mary Sundborg lived in Alaska for 26 years where George Sundborg edited newspapers in Juneau and Fairbanks. He was also the general manager of the Alaska Development Board, executive...
How Hurlock's Happy Hennery was hatched

...of 1951, the Hurlocks moved from Maryland to Alaska because Roger had read a book, "Opportunity in Alaska," by George Sundborg of Juneau. Sundborg's utopian vision inspired Roger, who suffered from asthma. "He came up here; he did not...
Alaska celebrates its constitutional convention's 50th

...Fischer from Anchorage, Seaborn Buckalew from Anchorage, Jack Coghill from Nenana, Burke Riley from Haines and George Sundborg from Juneau. Scribing the constitution before Congress granted statehood was a gesture to show Washington that Alaska...
Burke Riley, signer of AK constitution, dead at 92

...that constitutional convention survive: Victor Fisher and Seaborn Buckalew of Anchorage, Jack Coghill of Nenana and George Sundborg of Juneau. "Now we have lost one more of those true Alaskans who framed the state of Alaska," Coghill said...
1950-51 JHS Northern Division, Southeast Champs

...were from Baltimore. Hurlock saw an advertisement in the Empire of property for sale out on the Loop Road and wired George Sundborg, of the Alaska Development Board, to purchase it for him. On their last visit here they arranged to have a home...
Being prepared for 'something more'

...sign his new book, "The State of Alaska." I had been writing articles for the Juneau Independent (my editor was George Sundborg) criticizing the federal management of the fisheries, and even suggesting corruptive ties between the fish managers...
Northwest Digest

...campaign to promote knowledge of the statehood movement. Tuesday's kickoff banquet featured appearances by delegates George Sundborg, Jack Coghill and Vic Fischer. Project co-chair Brian Rogers said organizers plan to create a series of documentaries...


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