Following a successful career in the freight business, Louis Wyman built The Wyman Building in 1902 on the same site where his old freighting office had been.
The first floor included a mercantile, a gas station, and even housed the town trolly. The second floor of the building was originally designed as a ballroom and lodge hall, with an adjoining banquet room. Both halls were well furnished and equipped with anterooms as well as a lounge for the ladies.
For many years, the top floor was busy with social activities almost every night. The second floor also included two three-room office suites occupied by a dentist office and mining companies.
Over the following century, the building has been lovingly cared for by multiple owners for a multitude of purposes, and we are excited to share the rich history of this building with you today as The Wyman Hotel.