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Eagle Saloon & Odd fellows Hall building:
401 South Rampart and Perdido Streets

Economic Hall:
1422 Ursulines, between Villere and Marais in the neighborhood of Tremé-Sixth ward.

The Hall was founded by members of the Société dÉconomie et d’Assistance Mutuelle (Economy Society) which was formed in 1836. The members were free men of color. http://www.spc.edu/Include/Public%20Relations/Nov05currents.pdf
1961 Economy Hall was torn down to make way for an “urban renewal project”.

Some musicians called it Cheapskate Hall, since, as Isidore Barbarin said simply, “Rich people didn’t go there.”5,p69

Economy Hall:
300 block Bourbon Street, opened in September 1969 in the cellor of the Royal Sonesta Hotel,
It was closed in 1973.

Electric Light Hall:
In January 1906 the hall was blow down. After it was rebuilt an entertainment was given in it Sunday July 19. 1906 with the usual Brass Music.5,p69

Empire Theater:
1010 Canal St.
This medium-sized theater in an attractive early twentieth-century eclectic-style building, was operated by Jake Miller and his wife between 1917 and 1919. Music was provided by the Empire Jazz Band. www.nps.gov-jazz

L’Equite Hall also mentioned as L’Equity Hall:
This hall was later known as Jeune Amis Hall and was situated in Tremé.