Washington Hall (hotel)

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Washington Hall was one of three hotels in antebellum Atlanta, Georgia, along with the Atlanta Hotel and Trout House. It faced the Georgia Railroad line and Loyd Street, later Central Avenue. It was built in late 1846 by, and was operated by, James Loyd.[1]

The hotel was destroyed during General Sherman's burning of Atlanta.

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