WorldCat Identities

Greany, J. Malcolm

Overview
Works: 6 works in 6 publications in 1 language and 10 library holdings
Genres: Cookbooks  Photographs  History  Pictorial works  Slides 
Classifications: TX715, 641.59798
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works about J. Malcolm Greany
 
Most widely held works by J. Malcolm Greany
Alaskan cookbook by Bess Anderson Cleveland( Book )

1 edition published in 1970 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sourdough recipes -- Breads -- Game, meat fowl: to prepare game meat for canning, storage of game -- Stuffings for meat, game and poultry -- Fish: Salmon Derby recipes -- Vegetables: salads and salad dressings -- Appetizers: cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, snacks -- Desserts: cakes, frostings and fillings; cookies; pastry and pies -- James and jellies; fruits and berries -- Menus: typically Alaskan -- Frontier formulas
Alaska Dept. of Health photograph collection by Alaska( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The photographs were taken by Malcolm Greany for the Alaska Health Department in the late 1940's and early 1950's to document substandard housing in the Willoughby area of Juneau
Joan Martin photographs and papers by D. Joan Greany Martin( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The color slides in the first folder of this collection are attributed to both "djm" (D. Joan Martin) and to "JMG" (J. Malcolm Greany); in addition, some photographs may be by Anthony Thomas, possibly those stamped with the label Alaska Color Slides, Box 711, Juneau, Alaska. The photographs in the third folder, showing the therapy program in the Children's Disease Ward of the Hospital of St. Ann, Juneau, are all by J. Malcolm Greany. Joan Martin's notes, accompanying the photographs, describe the images and identify the children and staff. The bulk of the photographs in this collection are from the years Joan Martin was in Juneau, 1951-1953; however, the photographs attributed to J. Malcolm Greany go back as far as 1938
Photographers in Alaska( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This ongoing collection is a compilation of images from professional photographers who have worked in Alaska from 1878 onward. These views were either copied from other institutions or donated by individuals; many are copy prints. Original prints are noted in the inventory. The images reflect a broad range of subjects including ships, roadhouses, people, glaciers, landscapes and local scenes in many southeast Alaskan communities. Photographers represented in the collection include: Reuben Albertstone, Guy F. Cameron, Cann, Cantwell, F.D. Cheney, Asahel Curtis, George Dawson, B.B. Dobbs, J. Malcolm Greany, O.D. Goetz, F. Jay Haynes, E.A. Hegg, H.G. Kaiser, O. Kennedy, E. Kern, Peterson Brothers, Vogee, Webster & Stevens, Veazie Wilson, and Wolfe. Some of these photographers have individual collections in the Library
Forest Service Equipment Development Center photograph album by Mont.) Equipment Development Center (Missoula( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Forest Service Equipment Development Center Photograph Album (P 311) is comprised of 117 black-and-white and color photographs depicting the work of the Center's staff and other United States Forest Service (USFS) employees during the 1970s. The album includes photographs of USFS cameramen, interior and exterior shots of the Forest Service Equipment Development Center facilities in Missoula, Montana, and images created and edited for use in Equip Tips, the Center's publication. Of particular note are photographs depicting the use and features of various firefighting equipment including a belt first aid kit, a disposable sleeping bag, a fire shelter, and a mobile fire retardant sprayer. Some of the photographs include graphic overlays or show other evidence of manual edits made for publication purposes. The bulk of the album is comprised of photographs depicting USFS employees working in the field, often in tasks related to wildland firefighting. The photos document life and work in field camps; use of helicopters for reconnaissance, rescue, and cargo delivery operations; use of planes and ground vehicles for dispersal of fire retardant; creation of firebreaks; and operation of snowmobiles and Sno-Cats. There are also several photos of wildfire blazes and post-fire remains, including two color photographs of a fire in progress. Perhaps most notable are fourteen images, including six in color, showing interior shots of a smokejumper plane and smokejumpers in action. Though most photographs in this album do not include captions or other identifying information, there is indication that several of the photos were taken in the Humboldt-Toiyabe (California), Custer Gallatin (Montana), and Bitterroot (Idaho) National Forests. Several other photos feature captions indicating they are of the 1967 Sundance and Trapper Peak wildfires in northern Idaho. The majority of the album's photographs are unattributed, though three photographs are credited to J. Malcom Greany and one photo to Martin Onishuk. The album also includes three photographs from a rodeo and three photographs of post-eruption Mount Saint Helens. Photocopies of three Equip Tip articles from 1971 and 1972, two featuring photos from the album, are also present
 
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