About Alaska Steam Laundry

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The Alaska Steam Laundry is a historic commercial building at 174 South Franklin Street in Juneau, Alaska. It is a Late Victorian wood-frame structure, with a prominent turret that has a conical roof. Built in 1901, it is a well-preserved element of the transition of Juneau from a mining camp to a more cosmopolitan city (it was named the territorial capital in 1900). It was built by E. R. Jaeger, who envisioned the laundry as a profitable business serving single miners working the nearby gold mines. The laundry facilities were housed on the ground floor, with residences and office space above. The laundry operated here until 1929, when it was moved to new premises in the city, and this building was converted to other commercial uses.

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209, Gold Street, Juneau, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, 99801

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