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Connecting people to Alaska’s diverse history, art and cultures by supporting the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum

Here is a copy of the Bylaws of the Friends for more detailed information on our organizational mission, purpose and structure.


We are proud of the accomplishments we have achieved and look forward to working with you to do even more this year!

What the Friends organization does:

SUPPORTS the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum which promotes and coordinates library services throughout Alaska; safeguards government records; and collects, preserves, and exhibits Alaska’s diverse cultural and natural heritage.

EDUCATES through workshops, lectures, activities and events, newsletters, and promotional publicity

EXPANDS COLLECTIONS statewide through acquisition of art, photos, artifacts, and documents

PROMOTES ELECTRONIC ACCESS to resource materials, homework help, Talking Book Center access for visually impaired, genealogy research, and Online with Libraries (OWL) 

HOSTS free exhibit receptions, artist demonstrations, music performances, First Fridays, and other special events

OFFERS THE ETHEL MONTGOMERY SCHOLARSHIP annually for Alaska Native students pursuing library or museum studies

ENCOURAGES donations, grants and legacy planned-giving as a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization directed by an unpaid volunteer board

FoSLAM Board

Kurt Fredrikkson

Sarah Asper-Smith

Deb Reifenstein

Virginia Stonkus

Alysia Jones

Mary Lou Gerbi

Jackie Schoppert

Carol Race

Puanani Maunu

Heather McLain

Hannah Hamberg


Interested in Board service? Learn more and contact us.

Learn more about the Friends supported 
activities in our annual reports.

Please click on the colored links below to open the PDF files. Thank you.

©2020 Friends of the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum.

FoSLAM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 22421, Juneau, AK 99802 

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