The Romaggi adobe is the only remaining example of early gold rush architecture from the historic mining camp and boomtown of Albany Flat. The goal of the Save the Romaggi Adobe Foundation is to restore and preserve this historic homestead as a living museum and landmark, recreating the original 1850’s home, store, bar, card room and stagecoach stop. Plans also call for replanting fruit trees, vineyards and gardens to reflect their original layout and appearance. The fully restored property will be a vibrant reminder of life in the early goldrush days of California, and an important cultural and educational resource for current and future generations.