Historical photo: Juneau Hotel

Pictured is the Juneau Hotel built in the 1890s to replace the Juneau City Hotel on 2nd Street, it burned down in September 1911. At left is the Windsor Building housing the Windsor Saloon and office of ALASKA SEARCHLIGHT newspaper.

Pictured is the Juneau Hotel built in the 1890s to replace the Juneau City Hotel on 2nd Street, it burned down in September 1911. At left is the Windsor Building housing the Windsor Saloon and office of ALASKA SEARCHLIGHT newspaper.

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