Structure in General
- The first skyscraper in western North Carolina.
- The gargoyles that protrude fom the top four corners are fully functional.
- The bell tower was actually used as a searchlight.
- Shares its elevator system with the adjacent Westall Building.
- Takes its name from L. B. Jackson, the building's developer.
- It eclipsed the Independence Building in Charlotte as the tallest office building in North Carolina.
- It held this rank until 1923 when the Jefferson Standard Building went up in Greensboro.
- Fire insurance maps indicate a main roof height (not including the tower) of 140 feet (43 m).
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