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Odd Fellows Hall, Sycamore & Summitt Streets, Gainesville, Hall County, GA

Odd Fellows Hall, Sycamore & Summitt Streets, Gainesville, Hall County, GA



Significance: The Odd Fellows Hall, built in 1914, represents the achievements of Gainesville's black community. Designed by James Dawson O'Kelley, a black architect, the building was constructed with funds donated by statewide contributions form lodge members.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-28
Survey number: HABS GA-1168
Building/structure dates: 1914 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
O'Klley, James Dawson


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