Honolulu House

Honolulu House

Built in 1860, the Honolulu House has been described by the New York Times as “the architectural equivalent of a four-rum cocktail served in a coconut.”

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G.A.R. Hall

G.A.R. Hall

The Grand Army of the Republic Hall was built in 1902 as a meeting Hall for Civil War Veterans; it has become the Marshall Historical Museum at the GAR Hall, and now houses the Society archives, and Marshall historical information and artifacts, along with artifacts from the Civil War connected to Marshall.

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Capitol Hill School

Capitol Hill School

One of three Gothic Revival schools built in 1860, Capitol Hill School is the only survivor.

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