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The [Old] City Hall

Description: This picture shows the old Mineral Wells City Hall at 202 N. Oak Avenue. Police, who were on foot, were summoned to the police station by a red light in the dome of the Baker Hotel before the two-way radio came into use. The City Hall was later located at 215 [Weaver's book, "TIME WAS in Mineral Wells", on page 152, says 211] S.W. 1st Avenue with Fire and Police station at 215 [the book says 212] S. Oak--east of the City Hall.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[City of Denton: City Council Chambers]

Description: Denton City Council chambers in the in the 1927 City Hall at 221 N. Elm. A large, half-circle desk with rolling, leather chairs is on the stage with the Texas' and United States' flags. On the wall behind the desk is hung the Seal of Denton. A folding table is setup on the floor in front of the stage and two rows of seats are visible flanking the center aisle.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[City of Denton: City Council Chambers]

Description: Denton City Council chambers in the 1927 City Hall at 221 N. Elm. A half-circle desk is on the stage with the Texas' and United States' flags. On the wall behind the desk is hung the Seal of Denton. A folding table is setup on the floor in front of the stage.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

Cleveland City Hall 1985

Description: Photograph of the front of the Cleveland City Hall building, a one-story brick building with stone quoins and decorative brickwork near the windows and roofline. Words on the left side of the building say "City of Cleveland City Hall" and near the center of the building, "City Police Dept."
Date: August 31, 1985
Creator: Young, Moon
Partner: Cleveland Historic Society