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11 30 2010 State Museum DOE

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OFFICE OF HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY - SHORT REPORT 2010-04
 
Determination of Eligibility for the Alaska State CentennialMuseum (Alaska State Museum), JuneauAHRS Site Number: JUN-1124
Prepared bySummer Rickman and Emily S. A. LochartNovember 2010OFFICE OF HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGYALASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
 
OFFICE OF HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY - SHORT REPORT 2010-04
 
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 Acknowledgements
 Several people helped with this project and deserve recognition. Steve Henrikson, Curator oCollections, and other staff at the Alaska State Museum assisted with research for this project. AddisonField, Curator of Collections and Exhibits at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum located historic photographs for the report. Steve Forrest, the architect who designed the Alaska State Museum providedinvaluable memories and information about the museum building. Nicole Tozzi assisted with some of themaps and images used in this report.
The cover image was reproduced from Alaska’s Digital Archives, Don Steffa Photograph
Collection, ca. 1958-1977, ASL-P283-2-468 (www.vilda.alaska.edu).
 
OFFICE OF HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY - SHORT REPORT 2010-04
 
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Alaska State Centennial MuseumEligible __X__ Not Eligible
 _____ 
A.
 
Name of PropertyHistoric Name:
Alaska State Centennial Museum
Other Name:
Alaska State Museum
AHRS Number:
JUN-1124
B. LocationMap Sheet:
USGS Juneau (B-2)
Acreage:
Approx. 0.64 acres
Address:
395 Whittier Street; Juneau, AK 99801
C. DescriptionOwnership of Property:
State of Alaska
Category of Property:
Building
Properties Function:
Recreation and Culture: Museum
Architectural Classification:
 New Formalism/Brutalism
Materials:
Foundation: Reinforced ConcreteWalls: Precast reinforced concrete panelsRoof: EPDM system
D. Applicable National Register CriteriaCriterion A:
Yes
Criterion B:
No
Criterion C:
Yes
Criterion D:
 No
Applicable National Register Criteria ConsiderationsCriteria Consideration A:
No
Criteria Consideration B:
No
Criteria Consideration C:
 No
Criteria Consideration D:
No
Criteria Consideration E:
 No
Criteria Consideration F:
 No
Criteria Consideration G:
Yes
Area of Significance:
Architecture, Community Planning and Development,Entertainment/Recreation, Other: State Purchase CentennialCelebration
Significant Dates:
1967-1968
Period of Significance:
1967-1968
Significant Persons:
 N/A
Cultural Affiliation:
 N/A
Architect/Engineer/Builder:
Linn A. Forrest Architects, AIA (Steve Forrest and LinnA. Forrest, Sr.; Triplette Construction Company
E. Form Prepared By:
 
Name/Title:
Summer Rickman, Architectural HistorianEmily S. A. Lochart, Historian
Organization:
Alaska Office of History and Archaeology
Date:
November 29, 2010

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