Historical Photo: A market at the Juneau docks

This color postcard of "Alaska Indian Merchants. A Familiar Sight," is by an unknown photographer and was produced by Lowman and Hanford of Seatle, Wash. circa 1900. The image captures Tlingit women selling their wares, such as basketry and beadwork, on the Juneau docks.

This color postcard of “Alaska Indian Merchants. A Familiar Sight,” is by an unknown photographer and was produced by Lowman and Hanford of Seatle, Wash. circa 1900. The image captures Tlingit women selling their wares, such as basketry and beadwork, on the Juneau docks. (Sealaska Heritage Institute EBay collection.)

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