This shot, taken of the Redmen Hall (or Redman Hall as it was also referred) in 1954, was at the end of its illustrious life. It had been I.O.R.M meeting place, but also housed countless dances, as well as auctions, and even wrestling matches.
You won’t see it standing today. In its place is the Landmark Restaurant.
Photo courtesy of the Baublits family and taken by Joe Larin.
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6 responses to “Red Men Hall (1954)”
[…] Redman Hall was once an important piece of the Eatonville community life. (It stood where the Landmark is now.) […]
Was there a Redman Hall in Muscatine Iowa?
There could have been. I don’t know their history.
Thank you for responding. Just curious we have a poster for a wresting match at Redman Hall in Muscatine but no address .
I also have a wrestling poster from Redmen Hall. Mine is from Eatonville, Washington and I believe it to be 1933.
OMG! I would love to see that. Would’t be be great to place the wrestlers.