Photo: Historically correct dining

Alaska State Parks volunteers Jerry Landry, left, and William Ragan clean up after a State Parks luncheon at The House of Wickersham on Wednesday. The dining room table and chairs to seat 20 recently came to the house from the Governor's House, replaced there by a table to seat 28. According to Ragan the table and chairs are historically correct for when the house was built and are a great addition.

Alaska State Parks volunteers Jerry Landry, left, and William Ragan clean up after a State Parks luncheon at The House of Wickersham on Wednesday. The dining room table and chairs to seat 20 recently came to the house from the Governor’s House, replaced there by a table to seat 28. According to Ragan the table and chairs are historically correct for when the house was built and are a great addition.

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