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  • Early Morning, Juneau, Alaska, c. 1920-1924, by Sydney Laurence. Donated by the Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, JDCM 2010.24.001.

    It’ji Shaanáx: The Glowing Valley


    It’ji Shaanáx (the glowing valley) is the Tlingit name for Perseverance Valley located at the base of Mount Juneau or yadaa.at kalé (beautifully adorned face). This exhibit will look at Mount...


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  • <i>Low Tide at Eagle Beach</i>, October 2013, photograph by John Hyde. Purchase of this artwork has been made possible through the generous support of the Rasmuson Foundation Art Acquisition Fund, JDCM 2015.20.003

    John Hyde Photographs


    During the summer of 2015 the City Museum was able to purchase 14 photographic prints by John Hyde. The purchase was made possible through the generous support of the Rasmuson Foundation Art...


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  • Ibara no Michi (Pathway of Thorns), by Fumi Matsumoto, JDCM 2016.10.002

    Art of Fumi Matsumoto


    Fumi Matusmoto is a local Japanese-American artist. She says she “has always been influenced by Japanese culture and history, perhaps because I was born in Japan in 1948 and came to America in 1952 at...


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  • Become a City Museum Volunteer Today!


    Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum? Volunteering with us is a great way to find out! Volunteers do not need to be history experts, they just need to be...


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  • Photo Credit: <i>Black Cubic Metal Duck Hunters Stool</i>. Donated by Mary Ann Parke, JDCM 2002.11.109.

    Stuff, Stories, and Sticky Notes


    Twelve members of the Juneau community have explored the City Museum’s storage areas to find a utilitarian object from our Permanent Collection that stood out to them in one way or another. The Museum...


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  • Entryway exhibit panels

    1867-2017: 150 Years of Change: Áak’w Aani (small lake tribe land) at the Time of Purchase


    The City Museum’s entryway exhibit describes three areas of the Áak’w Aaní in 1867 as compared to 2017: Aanchgaltsóow (now Auke Recreation Area), Áak’w Táak (now the Mendenhall Valley), and...


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  • “3rd and Seward Streets, Juneau,” 1890. Donated by the Juneau Volunteer Firefighters Association. JDCM 2009.19.007. Pair of Insulated Rubber Mountaineering Boots, 1962. Donated by the Juneau Icefield Research Project. JDCM 2003.39.011A-B.

    Historic Walking Tours


    Our seasonal Historic Downtown Walking Tours are great for locals and visitors alike to learn about the history and the changing landscape of downtown Juneau, and hear tales of prominent Alaskan...


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