Stephen McCutcheon Portraits
A selection of portraits by Anchorage photographer Stephen McCutcheon (1911-1988), who donated more than 140,000 images to the Anchorage Museum’s archives. Born in Cordova, McCutcheon moved to Anchorage in 1915 and started taking pictures as a young man. Throughout his multifaceted career, McCutcheon documented life on the rugged frontier, Alaska’s meeting of cultures, and Anchorage’s evolution from a frontier town to a modern city. On view Nov. 16 through Jan. 13.
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625 C St.
Anchorage, AK 99501
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