I don’t know if the building dates to 1885, but I’m of the understanding that the Union Brothers and Sisters was a fraternal group organized by freedmen.
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I remember seeing Hudson Hall growing up as a child, it is at the end of road from my childhood home. Seeing this historical building on the internet makes me feel special. Thanks for the post.
I’m so moved to hear that. Thank you, Maya Jordan!
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