Notable Places - UTHS

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The Meeker Inn about 1890. Established by John Meeker about 1756. It was noted for its fine ales and visits by George Washington during the American Revolution. It was torn down in November 1929 to make room for the Union Center National Bank. The inn was referred to as O'Reilly's in the early 1900's. O'Reilly's was used to symbolize the temptation of Arthur Lang, an alcoholic rehabilitating at the Self Master Colony down the street as noted in a pamphlet published by the colony.

The Meeker Inn about 1890. Established by John Meeker about 1756. It was noted for its fine ales and visits by George Washington during the American Revolution. It was torn down in November 1929 to make room for the Union Center National Bank. The inn was referred to as O'Reilly's in the early 1900's. O'Reilly's was used to symbolize the temptation of Arthur Lang, an alcoholic rehabilitating at the Self Master Colony down the street as noted in a pamphlet published by the colony.