Walnut Street at Indiana Avenue

The "Bee Hive"

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The "Bee Hive:"

 

After the top portion of the old Town Hall tower was removed, the building continued to be used by the Perrysburg community. A second-floor auditorium was used for many activities, parrticularly for teenage dances and the location was known as the “Bee Hive”. 

The Town Hall / Bee Hive looked like this when it was razed in 1963 after the second-story ceiling and rafters collapsed the morning of the day teenagers were scheduled for a Bee Hive dance. It was owned at that time by the city and deemed too frail and costly to restore.

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Walnut Street at Indiana Avenue

 

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