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Juneau, Alaska 99801
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CDD - Historic Sites & Structures

214 Dixon Street

AHRS#:
JUN-291
CBJ#:
D-03
Year Built:
NA
Location:
214 Dixon Street
Architectural Style:
Late Victorian/Queen Anne
Architect/Contractor:
William Bosch
Historic Name:
Bosch-Carrigan House
Historic Use:
Residence
Date Local Designation:
1984
Date National Register Designation:
NA
Historic Integrity:
Preserved/Altered
Historic Period:
Territorial Gov't/Beginning Mining Era 1912-1939
Parcel Number:
1C070B0D0020
Neighborhood:
"Telephone Hill, Juneau Townsite"

Additional Information

General Description

"This one-and-one-half story, wood frame building measures 28""x34"". It has a steeply pitched gable roof, boxed cornices and detailed ornamentation consisting of scalloped fish scale siding on gable ends; cedar shingle siding, and a shed dormer on both gable slopes with the original brick chimney. The extended front entry was originally an open porch. It was enclosed in the 1930s with multi-lite windows. Other alterations include a shed-roof dormer on the south facade and two picture windows. A number of other fixed sash windows have been added. Despite these changes, the house retains its architectural integrity. "

Historical Information

"Constructed by Willam Bosch, owner of the Old Stand Saloon on Front Street. Verna Carrigan, granddaughter of Edward Webster, founder of Juneau and Douglas Telephone Company. "




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