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Alaska Governor's Mansion

Alaska Governor's Mansion
The Alaska Governor's Mansion, 1991
Location 716 Calhoun St., Juneau, Alaska

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Area less than one acre
Built 1912
Architect James Knox Taylor; William N. Collier
Governing body State
NRHP Reference # 76000359[1]
Added to NRHP November 7, 1976

The Alaska Governor's Mansion, located at 716 Calhoun Avenue in Juneau, Alaska, is the official residence of the Governor of Alaska and the governor's family. It was designed by James Knox Taylor. The Governor's Mansion was first occupied in 1912 by Territorial Governor Walter Eli Clark.


A different view of the Alaska Governor's Mansion, 2009. A totem pole is next to the building, on the right side.

The original budget for the 2½-story Script error: No such module "convert". frame structure and furnishing was $40,000 and included planned servants quarters and a territorial museum on the third floor which were never built.[2]

The first floor includes a reception hall, drawing room, library, dining room, office, kitchen, two pantries, and a conservatory. The second floor contains four large bedrooms, a sewing room and three bathrooms.

In 1936 the wood finish of the exterior was plastered over and painted white.

In 1967-68 two guest suites and one large bedroom were added to the third floor.

In 1983 a $2.5 million renovation that restored the interior decor to its original 1912 design also included new heating, electrical, plumbing and security systems.

In its current configuration the number of rooms in the mansion, excluding great halls, garages, closets, and bathrooms, is twenty-six. There are ten bathrooms, six bedrooms, and eight fireplaces, amounting to a total area of Script error: No such module "convert"..

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