Rev. Dr. Phil Campbell, of the Northern Light United Church, gives a talk about the closing of the Memorial Presbyterian Church in Juneau by the Presbyterian Board of National Missions in 1962 during ceremonies for Dr. Walter Soboleff Day on Friday. Dr. Soboleff was pastor of the Memorial Presbyterian Church from 1940 until 1962.

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Mary Richey Sell and Nadine Hafner, right, of the Sealaska Heritage Institute, carry a painting of Dr. Walter Soboleff to show elders after the painting was transferred from Sealaska Corporation to SHI during a ceremonry in honor of Dr. Soboleff in the Walter Soboleff Center on Friday.

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