SHI's Archives and Art/Ethnographic Collections are stored deep in a large, climate-controlled, protected room at our headquarters in Juneau. Our archives, named in honor of the late Tlingit lawyer and activist William L. Paul, Sr., houses 3,100 linear feet of historical and cultural material documenting the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian language, culture, and history. It contains historical documents, manuscripts, personal papers, and more. It includes 60,000 photographs and 5,000 audio and audiovisual recordings, most of which cannot be found in other libraries or archives. We also care for more than 900 art and ethnographic objects, both ancient and modern. In addition, SHI serves as a repository on behalf of clans and tribes for cultural objects repatriated under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) for the Native people of Southeast Alaska. Many of SHI's holdings are available to the public for educational and research purposes.