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'''Ku Klux Hall'' was a meeting hall and 700-seat auditorium which opened in [[1926]] in [[Bessemer]]. It was frequently used for boxing matches promoted by [[Arthur Eakin]].
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'''Ku Klux Hall''' was a meeting hall and 700-seat auditorium which opened in [[1926]] in [[Bessemer]]. It was frequently used for boxing matches promoted by [[Arthur Eakin]].
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Although the specific location and fate of the building is unclear, it may be the same as the [[American Legion Boxing Arena]] which operated in [[1932]] at 1714 [[4th Avenue North Bessemer|4th Avenue North]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:00, 12 October 2019

Ku Klux Hall was a meeting hall and 700-seat auditorium which opened in 1926 in Bessemer. It was frequently used for boxing matches promoted by Arthur Eakin.

Although the specific location and fate of the building is unclear, it may be the same as the American Legion Boxing Arena which operated in 1932 at 1714 4th Avenue North.

References

  • Bryan, Jerry (August 15, 1926) "Bessemer Ring Holds It's[sic] Permiere Monday" The Birmingham News