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State Court of Appeals Courthouse, Alaska
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The Rabinowitz Courthouse is a five-story, 128,000 square foot facility on the riverfront in downtown Fairbanks, Alaska. It serves as the Fourth District of the Alaska Court System in the state’s second largest city. The building is named after Jay Rabinowitz, the late Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court who served four non-consecutive terms from 1965 to 1997. He passed away in 2001, the year the courthouse was completed. It is a modernism style building designed by architect Charles Bettisworth and Company, Inc. and constructed by Alcan General, Inc. (Chris Marshall / CNS)
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