12” x 16” print Juneau, 1973, by Richard Zagars
Each print is on high quality heavy weight paper and hand signed by the artist. The painting features a view of downtown Juneau, Mt. Juneau, the Gastineau Channel, and many well-known landmarks. The original painting, Juneau, 1973, is oil on canvas and resides in the City Museum’s collection, donated by Bob & Karen Rehfeld, Wayne & Rita Jensen, Doug & Shauna Murray, Denis & Carrie Rehfeld. JDCM 2016.16.001.
36" x 21" print Shakey Jake and the Goose, 1979, by Herb Bonnet
Signed and numbered by renowned Alaskan artist, Herb Bonnet. This print features a Bellanca Pacemaker (locally nicknamed Shakey Jake) and a Grumman Corps Goose in the foreground, with a lake on Admiralty Island in the background. The original acrylic painting resides in the Juneau-Douglas City Museum collection. JDCM 81.01.036.
AJ Mine Personnel Index
In 2004-05, the Gastineau Genealogical Society received a Juneau History Grant to create an index of mine workers from 1914-1944. This information-packed CD serves as a finding aid for the Alaska State Historical Library records and is a great reference for researchers and genealogy searchers.
Alaska Gold Rush Pioneers of the Juneau-Douglas Area 1880-1921
This 1998 History Grant project documented the histories of notable pioneering families in the Juneau-Douglas area. The publication was the predecessor to the Gastineau Channel Memories project, and includes historic photos, drawings, and submissions by descendents of the pioneers. A must-have for local historians or genealogy researchers. Spiral bound.
Alaska's Arts, Crafts & Collectibles
From alabaster to whale bone, Anchorage author Ann Chandonnet has been writing about Alaska's talented artists, exotic materials and traditional and innovative artforms for more than two decades. For the discriminating collector, the traveller interested in art, the art teacher or the student of Northern cultures wanting to know more, here is the definitive source.
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Assay Lab tools
The Juneau-Douglas City Museum was fortunate to receive a significant collection from the U.S. Bureau of Mines when the John Rishel Mineral Center on Mayflower Island closed in 2007. In the gift shop, we have crucibles, scorifier dishes, and cupels of various sizes. For more information on how these items were used in the mine, visit the Assay Lab diorama at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.
Bald Eagle Finger Puppet
The power to fly like an eagle is at your fingertips, and your imagination. All you need now is this Eagle finger puppet and you're ready to soar!
Bald Eagle Little Puppet
Movable mouth and paws. Puppet Dimensions Length: 4\" LONG Width: 6\" WIDE Height: 8\" TALL Weight: 1.92 OZ
Bat Finger Puppet
This little bat puppet spreads skin-thin wings, ready to take to the sky on the tip of your finger. With silk-screened detailing and beady black eyes, this aerial \"rodent\" will make a fine specimen to add to your finger puppet collection.
Beaver Finger Puppet
This mini beaver puppet is ready to get down to business. His resume includes sleek brown fur (for swimming), front teeth (for gnawing), a flat textured tail (for thumping) ready to go anywhere with you.