“What is the doll museum? How did it come to pass? How do you get in it? How does someone collect enough dolls to put in a museum? Are they old worn teddy bears? Are they antique dolls?”
Tucked away on the second floor of the Triangle Building, there’s a museum filled with snapshots of history – but in this museum, they’re made out of wood, cloth and plastic.
Aunt Claudia’s Dolls, a Museum, displays a collection of handmade Alaska Native and antique dolls. (Read more at ktoo.org)