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Lockridge Hall
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TitleLockridge Hall
NotesThis building was located at 5th and Main streets and was razed November 11, 1884. It was erected in 1859 by the late Thomas J. Lockridge and was the first public hall in Kansas City but in two years its use as a public hall was abandoned, a new and larger building having been erected and given the name of Long's Hall. The Nonsubmission Party met here after Lincoln's election, men who afterwards fought in the Confederate Army.
DateJune/4/1920
SourceKansas City Times
LocationMicrofilm
Local SubjectBuildings
Lockridge Hall
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID96318
CONTENTdm number21257
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