Built in 1926 by the architects Thomas W. Williamson and Company, the Jayhawk was originally a hotel and theatre. It is now used as an office building. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The two 35-foot-tall Jayhawk figures atop the building represent a mascot of the state of Kansas. They are believed to be the original figures from 1926 when the Jayhawk Hotel and Theater opened.
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