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25 Civil Works Residential Dwellings The Civil Works Residential Dwellings, also known as the Brown's Point Cottages and Corps of Engineers Houses, are a pair of historic houses at 786 and 800 Delaney Street in Anchorage, Alaska. The two houses, mirror images of one another, are single-story wood frame structures with wide clapboard siding, a metal gable roof, and an attached single-car garage. Built in 1941 to house officers of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, they are among the least-altered of Anchorage's World War II-era military facilities. 61.2277780,-149.8888890
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786 and 800 Delaney St. Anchorage AK
26 McKinley Tower Apartments The McKinley Tower Apartments are a historic apartment skyscraper at 337 East Fourth Street in Anchorage, Alaska. Constructed as a 14-story HUD 604 apartment building, it was Anchorage's first high-rise building. It was designed in 1950 by Donald N. McDonald of Seattle, who also designed the Inlet Towers at the same time. It was later bought by Neil S. MacKay and converted into a state office building after it had sat for years following damage in the 1964 Alaska earthquake, to designs by Manley & Mayer of Anchorage. The state moved out in 1982, and it sat condemned by the city for failing fire codes. Bought in 1998 by Marc Marlow, it was later remodeled and brought up to code. 61.2188890,-149.8775000
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337 E. 4th Ave. Anchorage AK
29 Anderson, Oscar, House The Oscar Anderson House Museum is a historical museum at 420 M Street in downtown Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska. Located in Elderberry Park, the structure was built in 1915 by early Anchorage resident Oscar Anderson. Anderson claimed to be the 18th person to set foot on what is now Anchorage. The structure was the first wood-frame house in Anchorage, and was occupied by Anderson until his death in 1974. The house was completely restored to a 1915 appearance between 1978 and 1982, and is now open as a historic house museum. 61.2186110,-149.9061110
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4th Ave. extended Anchorage AK
30 Beluga Point Site Beluga Point Site (49ANC-054) is an archaeological location along Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet, near Seward Highway Milepost 110, south of Anchorage, in the U.S. state of Alaska. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 30, 1978. 61.0052780,-149.6941670
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Address Restricted Anchorage AK
31 Federal Building--U.S. Courthouse The Old Federal Building in Anchorage, Alaska is a structure serving primarily as a courthouse of the United States District Court for the District of Alaska. Completed in stages from 1939 to 1941, the building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. 61.2188890,-149.8944440
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605 W. 4th Ave. Anchorage AK
32 Campus Center The Atwood Campus Center is the student center of Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, Alaska. It is a two-story square building 113 feet (34 m) on each side, elevated on a podium extending ten or more feet to each side. It is flanked by two residence halls, which, although also 25 feet (7.6 m) in height, have three stories. This complex was designed by Edward Durell Stone and built in 1966, when the school was known as Alaska Methodist University. This complex has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its significance as the site of a major 1971 conference of more than 600 Alaska Native representatives, at which they formally accepted the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, landmark legislation which fundamentally altered the handling of land ownership and use in the state, particularly with respect to native title, which had long clouded many real estate transfers. 61.1908330,-149.8041670
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University Drive Anchorage AK
33 Anchorage City Hall The Old Anchorage City Hall, also known as Historic City Hall, is located at 524 West Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska. It is a two-story cast concrete building, designed by E. Ellsworth Sedille and built in 1936 with funding from the Public Works Administration. It housed the city administration of the city until 1979, when most of the integrated city-borough administration was moved to the Hill Building at 632 West 6th Avenue. 61.2183330,-149.8925000
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524 W. 4th Ave. Anchorage AK
35 Pioneer School House In the 1914-1915 Anchorage's population grew quickly when workmen and their families moved to the area to work on building the Alaska Railroad. In 1915 Frederick Mears' wife, Jane Mears, organized the Anchorage Woman's Club specifically to facilitate establishing a school for the children of the workers. 61.2200000,-149.8755560
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3rd Ave. and Eagle St. Anchorage AK
36 Fourth Avenue Theatre (AHRS Site No. ANC-284) The Fourth Avenue Theatre, also known as the Lathrop Building, is a movie theater in Anchorage, Alaska that has been described as Art Deco, Streamline Moderne, and Art Moderne in style. Built beginning in 1941 and completed in 1947 after a halt during World War II, somewhat after the heyday of these styles, it was a large 960-seat first-run theater until the 1980s. 61.2183330,-149.8944440
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630 W. 4th Ave. Anchorage AK
37 Potter Section House The Potter Section House is a historic section house in Anchorage Borough, Alaska. It is located at Mile 115.3 of the Seward Highway and Mile 100.6 of the Alaska Railroad. It is a 1-1/2 story wood frame structure with a gable roof. The main facade has a center entrance flanked by sash windows, while the rear facade also has an entrance but only a single window. Built in 1929 to a slight variation from a standard plan, it is the last of four section houses to survive on the Anchorage stretch of the railroad. The building was used as housing for workers on the surround section of railroad until section-based maintenance was discontinued in 1978. It currently hosts the Chugach State Park headquarters. 61.0519440,-149.7969440
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Off AK 1 Anchorage AK