Street in Juneau
Schmitz Collection of Photographs by J.C. Haines

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Record 18/51
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Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of small houses and a new street. The houses continue back until they hit mountains. Below image it says "Street in Juneau." The foreground is a muddy street with stumps still evident. The closest building is a log cabin at proper left. The cabin has a large overhanging front porch.
Year range to 1885
Notes Main Street Juneau, taken from the approximate position of Front and Main Streets The third building up the left side of the street was the bakery and residence of Hi Ching, commonly known as "China Joe."
Image Reproduction Agreement 08-04
Object ID 2007.29.019
Object Name Print, Photographic
People Hi Ching
China Joe
Place Juneau, Southeast Alaska
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
building
Cityscape
Title Street in Juneau
Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of small houses and a new street. The houses continue back until they hit mountains. Below image it says "Street in Juneau." The foreground is a muddy street with stumps still evident. The closest building is a log cabin at proper left. The cabin has a large overhanging front porch.
Year range to 1885
Notes Main Street Juneau, taken from the approximate position of Front and Main Streets The third building up the left side of the street was the bakery and residence of Hi Ching, commonly known as "China Joe."
Image Reproduction Agreement 08-04
Object ID 2007.29.019
Object Name Print, Photographic
People Hi Ching
China Joe
Place Juneau, Southeast Alaska
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
building
Cityscape
Title Street in Juneau
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