Augusta, GA: William B. Bell Memorial Auditorium

Country: United States of America
State: Georgia
City: Augusta
Location: 712 Telfair Street

Multi-purpose hall, opened in April 1940 as "Municipal Auditorium". Later operated as part of the "Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center" (now "James Brown Arena"). Renamed "William B. Bell Memorial Auditorium".

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Augusta, GA: William B. Bell Memorial Auditorium Front Text: "Municipal Auditorium, Augusta, Georgia", inscription: "Municipal Auditorium"
Reverse Text: "Augusta's new Municipal Auditorium, deidcated in April, 1940, is one of the largest, most usable and modern auditoriums in the Southeast. It is constructed of Augusta brick, steel and reinforced concrete. The Main Auditorium and Music Hall, with a common stage, have a combined seating capacity of 5,064, all with a view of the stage. If needed, arrangements can be made for an additional 1,000 seats."
Publisher: Kinsella News Co., Augusta GA; 26871
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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