A Brief History of St. Peter's By-The-Sea Episcopal Church (Google eBook)
Nancy J. Ricketts lives in the midst of her books overlooking her gardens on a quiet street in Sitka, Alaska. She walks to town, to the school and museum where she volunteers, to the two libraries and to church. She sings in the choir at St. Peter's and frequently performs with the Sitka Recorder Society. A long-time member of the Society of American Archivists, Nancy bears the title of Archivist Emeritus. Sheldon Jackson College Library from which she is retired, Kettleson Library and Isabel Miller Museum house collections she has brought into being. She has written a number of documented histories of institutions such as the Sitka Summer Music Festival, and the Sitka Conservation Society.
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Page 16 - Miller, in the dry goods business, has been an active citizen of his city ; is a member of the Masonic order, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias, but not a 46 member of any religious society ; attends the Presbyterian church, and is religiously inclined.