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Town Hall (Star Hook and Ladder)
Thanks to the vigilance of the Stars and its three other volunteer fire companies, Georgetown never burned down. It still has a large number of frame structures, including this two-story shiplap structure with wooden trim, which, after a 1960s restoration, became the town hall.
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