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Pierce Pennant Motor Hotel

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Built  1929
Opened  1929
Added to NRHP  2 September 1982
NRHP Reference #  82003125
Area  4 ha
Pierce Pennant Motor Hotel httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Location  1406 Old US 40W, Columbia, Missouri
Architect  Nelson, Beverly T.; Johnson, Will W.
Architectural style  Colonial Revival, Williamsburg restoration
Similar  Missouri - Kansas - and Texa, William B Hunt House, Ballenger Building, Columbia National Guard Ar, Rocheport

The Pierce Pennant Motor Hotel, also known as the Candle Light Lodge, is a historic hotel complex that is located on what once was U.S. Route 40 and is now Interstate 70 in Columbia, Missouri. The hotel complex was constructed in 1929 and is in the Colonial Revival style. The hotel was also a gas station and garage, and was owned by Pierce Petroleum Company, a subsidiary of Standard Oil. Initially the hotel and garage complex was to be one of several along U.S. Hwy 40, each to be spaced about 150 miles apart from New York to San Francisco.

During World War II the building was used by Stephens College to train women aviators. In 1959, the complex was Candle Light Lodge and converted to senior citizen housing.

It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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Pierce Pennant Motor Hotel Wikipedia


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