Washington Hall and Hotel, Philadelphia
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A pen and ink drawing showing the front of Washington Hall and the adjoining hotel. Both are two-story buildings. The caption reads: Washington Hall and Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa., where Andrew Jackson was banqueted February 1819. Collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Also known as the Mansion House, the hotel was established by William Renshaw in 1809. Next to it, the Washington Benevolent Association, which had been recently formed, erected a large building which they named Washington Hall. The Building was constructed with an entrance to the hotel. The hotel operated until 1831.
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