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Addison Field, curator of collections and exhibits for the Juneau-Douglas Museum, looks Monday at an oystercatcher head, a piece that came loose from the "Four-Story Totem Pole" outside of the museum. The totem pole will be taken down in April and refurbished by Haida carver Lee Wallace, son of the original carver, John Wallace.
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