(1884 - 1952)
Jules Bernard Dahlager was active/lived in Alaska. Jules Dahlager is known for landscape, coastal views, cartoon.
A printer with the "Cordova Times" in Alaska, Jules Dahlager was encouraged to paint by Eustance Ziegler and Sydney Laurence, who also lived and worked in Cordova. Dahlager sold a picture to Herbert Hoover when the then Secretary of Commerce visited Alaska with President Harding's party in 1923.
In 1929, he moved to Ketchikan, where he continued to paint, using palette knife exclusively. After moving to Ketchikan, Dahlager served as the President of the Ketchikan Rotary from 1946 to 1947. His work hangs in most Alaskan museums, including the museum in Cordova, as well as in many major private collections.