Friday, February 8, 2008

Lohman Building

Part of the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, the Lohman building was built in 1839 and purchased by Charles Lohman, a German immigrant in 1852, is a sturdy stone structure that served as a tavern and hotel. In its heyday it also housed one of the city's largest warehouse and mercantile businesses. Today, the main floor contains a visitor center with exhibits on the city's history.

*from Jefferson City Convention and Visitor's Bureau

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