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Lorraine Lodge/Boettcher Mansion

  • Charles Boettcher's Lorraine Lodge

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    The Grand Hall at Lorraine Lodge, built with local stone and wood, features a cathedral-style ceiling and walk-in fireplace.
    Charles Boettcher's Lorraine Lodge
  • Boettcher Mansion Today

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    In recent decades Jefferson County has renovated Boettcher Mansion and made it into a popular venue for conferences and weddings.
    Boettcher Mansion Today
  • Carriage House

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    The Carriage House originally functioned as a three-car garage, with servants’ quarters upstairs. Now it is used for smaller events and meetings.
    Carriage House
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References: 

Susan Becker and Kathryn Johnston, “Lorraine Lodge,” National Register of Historic Places—Nomination Form (August 1983).

Jefferson County, “Boettcher Mansion: History.”

Additional Information: 

Geraldine B. Bean, Charles Boettcher: A Study in Pioneer Western Enterprise (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1976).

Candy Hamilton, Footprints in the Sugar: A History of the Great Western Sugar Company (Ontario, OR: Hamilton Bates, 2009).

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