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Built in 1912, the Alaska Governor?s Mansion is a historic building in Juneau, Alaska, mostly for its function as the official residence of the state?s governor and his or her family. The structure was designed by James Knox Taylor and was first occupied by former Territorial Governor Walter Eli Clark.

The Alaska Governor?s Mansion is a Greek Revival building, considered as one of the most impressive houses in Juneau. However, due to its function, it is already considered as such, as it is credited for its physical features, as well as its history and purpose.

Composed of 26 rooms, 20 bathrooms, 6 bedrooms, and 8 fire places, the Alaska Governor?s Mansion is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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