Russian Bishop's Residence, Sitka
Schmitz Collection of Photographs by J.C. Haines

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Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of big white wooden house with white picket fence around. There is a small balcony on the upper left of the house with a man and small child. Other buildings are seen in background. Below image it says "Russian Bishop's Residence, Sitka."
Year range to 1885
Notes The Russian Bishop's House was completed in 1842 and functioned as the center of the Orthodox church in Russian Alaska. It was also used as an orphanage and school. The building has been restored and opened for visitors by the National Parks Service.
Object ID 2007.29.037
Object Name Print, Photographic
Place Sitka, Southeast Alaska
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
Sitka
Russian Orthodox
Title Russian Bishop's Residence, Sitka
Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of big white wooden house with white picket fence around. There is a small balcony on the upper left of the house with a man and small child. Other buildings are seen in background. Below image it says "Russian Bishop's Residence, Sitka."
Year range to 1885
Notes The Russian Bishop's House was completed in 1842 and functioned as the center of the Orthodox church in Russian Alaska. It was also used as an orphanage and school. The building has been restored and opened for visitors by the National Parks Service.
Object ID 2007.29.037
Object Name Print, Photographic
Place Sitka, Southeast Alaska
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
Sitka
Russian Orthodox
Title Russian Bishop's Residence, Sitka
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