Considered one of the oldest dance halls in Texas, the wood-frame rectangular hall has a simple false front that conceals the gable-ended roof. The interior is a single large space spanned by timber trusses with un-glazed openings on the side walls for ventilation. It remains a popular venue for Texas musicians.
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