In Elderberry Park, located on the west end of downtown Anchorage, you will find one of the first privately built wood-frame residences completed after the auctioning of townsite lots in 1915. It is the only historic house museum in Anchorage. Guided tours highlight the early history of Anchorage and the experiences of the Anderson Family.
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