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AE Capital City Weekly A while ago, local historian Jim Geraghty was bidding on a set of previously unknown historical photos of prominent Juneauites. He won the bid for the collection by only $5 and figured a person who would bid almost as much as he had on pictures of Juneau figures from decades past must have some kind of a local tie, so he looked up her buying history — and realized she was bidding on “pictures of doggies.” (In one of the pictures, Flora Rudy is holding a dog.)

A Day in the Life of: Jim Geraghty, local historian

Local historian Jim Geraghty stands in front of a series of pictures he's found in his research. Just to his right is a photo he pieced together as a panorama. When he found it, it was labeled as three different glaciers.
Mary Catharine Martin | Ccw
Local historian Jim Geraghty stands in front of a series of pictures he's found in his research. Just to his right is a photo he pieced together as a panorama. When he found it, it was labeled as three different glaciers.
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