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The See House is the rectory of St. Peter's Church, at 611 Lincoln Street in Sitka, Alaska. It is a two-story wood frame structure, designed by H. L. Duhring, Jr. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and built in 1905 for Peter Trimble Rowe, the first Episcopal bishop of Alaska. The design was completed in 1899, when the church was built, but a lack of funding prevented its immediate construction. The house is, like the church, a fine local example of Gothic Revival architecture.
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