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Jefferson City neighborhood recognized for its historic integrity, unique setting

It's called Hobo Hill

Most of those who first moved into the two-block neighborhood known as the Hobo Hill District were middle- to upper-middle class residents. The 500 block of Jackson Street still features unique homes in Tudor styles and stone bungalows.

Most of those who first moved into the two-block neighborhood known as the Hobo Hill District were middle- to upper-middle class residents. The 500 block of Jackson Street still features unique homes in Tudor styles and stone bungalows. Photo by Julie Smith.

However it was derived, Hobo Hill has a name and history significant to the city.

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The Missouri Advisory Council on Friday approved a nomination to the National Register of Historic Places for Jefferson City's Hobo Hill Historic District, pending revisions.

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