Salters Town Hall – Salters, South Carolina
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Though it never hosted an official government function, this abandoned structure in the hamlet of Salters was commonly referred to as “Town Hall.” It was constructed by the Salters Social Club around 1900, which raised funds by selling its members $10 shares in the building.
Civic groups utilized the building as meeting space, and plays, commencement ceremonies, and other community gatherings were held here for much of the twentieth century. After years or standing empty and unused, the hard decision was made to have the building razed. The Salters Town Hall was unfortunately demolished mid-2017.
Inside Salters Town Hall
The hall’s interior of had two spaces where plays were held. This platform served as a stage on the first floor.
This stage, located on the second floor, with its unique interior windows, served as another performance space.
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Address: Glad Street, Salters, SC 29590
GPS Coordinates: 33.596624,-79.855708
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