Arcadome Hall

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Arcadome Hall
Former type Concert Hall
Industry Recreation
Fate Dissolved; Damaged by Fire March 23, 1874
Founded Wooster, Ohio (December 18, 1857 (1857-12-18))
Founder(s) Jos. H. Baumgardner
Defunct March 23, 1874 (1874-03-23)
Headquarters Wooster, Ohio, United States
Key people Jos. H. Baumgardner

City Directories[edit | edit source]

Comprehensive History[edit | edit source]

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Historical documents[edit | edit source]

  • Wooster, Ohio Sesquicentennial Celebration, June 14-21, 1958, p. 9.

Timeline[edit | edit source]

  • 1857 - Built by Jos. H. Baumgardner [1]
  • 1857 - December 18, Dedicated, Colonel Benjamin Eason presided and speeches and toasts were made by Rev. Durbin, William M. Orr, Dr. W. S. Battles, Eugene Pardee, Dr. L. Firestore and other prominent citizens.
  • 1874 - March 23, This was a popular place for all kinds of meetings and concerts until it was destroyed by fire. [2]

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Newspaper citations with no attached images[edit | edit source]

  • "The Fire." Wooster Republican. 26 March 1874 p. 2
  • "Great Fire! The Arcadome in Ruins." Wooster Republican. 26 March 1874 p. 3

References[edit | edit source]

  1. American Hote, Soon to be Torn Down, Has Noted List of Owners" Guy Richard. The Daily Record, August 4, 1966.
  2. Wooster, Ohio Sesquicentennial Celebration, June 14-21, 1958, p. 9

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