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Carpenters Hall

Carpenters Hall
Carpenters Hall

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a.k.a. Weber's Hall

1035 W Franklin St, formerly 100 E Franklin
Evansville, IN

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c1890 Weber's Hall is built
c1922 Becomes Carpenter's Hall
c1940 Rear addition is built


Northeast corner of Franklin and Fourth
District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.980521597104
Longitude: -87.579338550568
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Originally Weber's Hall (malt house and saloon), later Carpenters' Hall, meeting place for various labor unions; built c. 1890;

Becomes Carpenters Hall for local 90 c1940 a rear addition is built Rented below to Pigly Loo grocery and one time Ye Olde Tyme Tavern mesker storefront per

See also Other Lamasco district

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