Washington Hall

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Also known as the Odd Fellows Hall, the Washington Hall was constructed in 1850 and is a nice example of Greek Revival architecture. For many years it housed a theater on the second floor, making it a popular destination for entertainment. Note the "temple" form of the structure, including the full-height pilasters of the Corinthian Order on either side of the front faηade.

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