Market House

[Omaha] The Market House was a fresh produce outlet on Capitol Avenue from North 12th to North 14th Avenues in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Built by the Government of Omaha in 1893 in the city`s Jefferson Square, the Market House was demolished in 1913. Costing the city $20,000 to build, it was declared a `failure` by the Omaha Retailer Grocer...
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Market House

[Oswego, New York] Market House, also known as The Market Hall and The D.L.& W. Hall, is a historic market building located at Oswego in Oswego County, New York. It was built in 1835 and is a massive brick and stone structure overlooking the Oswego River. The structure originally housed several government entities including city hall. A new...
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Market House

[Providence, Rhode Island] Market House is an historic market house in Market Square in Providence, Rhode Island. The house was built in 1775. Originally, the bottom level of the structure was used as a market and the upper level was used for holding meetings in the tradition of English public market buildings. Similar buildings existed in ...
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Market House

[Fayetteville, North Carolina] Market House, in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is `one of the few structures in America which employs the town hall-market scheme found in England. Meat and produce were sold under the open first-floor arcade while the second floor served as the town hall and general meeting place. The cupola bell still rings ...
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