Auburn Town Hall

Auburn Town Hall

Auburn Town Hall, 1836. Image courtesy Nancy Assmann.

Contemporary Newspaper Clipping

Contemporary Newspaper Clipping

The Auburn Daily Advertiser of July 13, 1848, carried this description of the Liberty League Convention as it was in progress. Those outside the abolitionist movement found the tangled path of the pro-abolition political parties most confusing—as did many inside the movement. Note that this story misnames the party as the Liberty Reform Party. Image courtesy Nancy Assmann.

Auburn Police Headquarters

Auburn Police Headquarters

This building, housing the Auburn Police Department, was erected on the Town Hall site in the early 1930s. It continues to serve as the city's principal public safety building.

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