Z.C.B.J. Hall


category : National Register
Z.C.B.J. Hall Especially valued for its architecture, this building listed on the National Register of Historic Places is one of a kind in the United States.


Constructed in 1920-21, the Z.C.B.J. Hall near DuBois is a large, single-story brick and tile structure, rectangular in plan, with a modestly-elaborate front gable facade executed in the Czech-American National Baroque Revival style. Exterior walls are plastered with exposed decorative colored-glass aggregate. The interior consists of a large open hall directed toward a stage with proscenium arch, with a kitchen, cloak room, and ticket office located beneath the rear balcony.


Address: DuBois, NE

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