The Osterman and Tremaine Building is a historic building in Fremont, Nebraska. It was built as a two-story commercial structure in 1884 for Osterman and Tremaine, a wholesale firm of produce co-founded by Charles Osterman, a German immigrant, and George S. Tremaine. It was designed by architect Charles F. Driscoll, with a metal cornice. It was acquired by Ideal Steam Laundry, Johnson & Co. in 1894, and it closed down in 1963. By the mid-1970s, it housed law offices. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since May 23, 1978.
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