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The Oscar Anderson House Museum is a historic house in Anchorage, Alaska. It was built in 1915 by Oscar Anderson, a Swedish immigrant and businessman who claims to be the 18th person to ever set foot in the area that is now known as Anchorage. It is most noted for being the very first wood-frame house in the city. It was also the first privately built permanent family residence in the city.

The Oscar Anderson House Museum is also the only historic house museum in the city of Anchorage. It was restored to its original look in 1978. It is equipped and decorated with several original fixtures owned by the Anderson family.
The Oscar Anderson House Museum was added on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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City: Anchorage
County: Anchorage
Address: 420 M Street
Zip: 99501
Phone Number: (907) 274-2336
Category: Museum
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