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The Town House was built in 1858 at a cost of $15,500 and is located on Main Street in the middle of townIt was orginally constructed for a "spacious hall in the second story, with a small gallery and four anterooms. In the first floor a smaller hall, also a post office room, treasurer's and selectmen's room..."
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The Shawsheen Indians beat the Chicago Canadians on April 20, 1924 becoming the first team to become champions on their first try at the national levelThe final score was Shawseen Indians 3 / Chicago Canadians (west champions)0.
  
In 1882 an extension was added for cooking accommodations and water for use by clubs and private parties.  In 1902 a lobby was designed with ornamental winding staircases and tinted walls.
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The Town Seal was placed in the mosaic floor.  
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[[Image:shawsheenindians.pdf|thumb||left| “Win National Honors,"
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''Andover Townsman'', April 24, 1925.....click to enlarge ]]
  
During WWII, the second floor was subdivided into office space.  Several plans to raze the building were thwarted in the 1950s and 1960s.
 
  
In 1989 the facility was completely renovated adding air-conditioning.  The building is now available for wedding receptions, theater performances, and banquets. There is still a Post Office substation on the first floor.  A "Rededication Ceremony for the Andover Town House" was held on May 6, 1989.
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*April 24, 1925 Andover Townsman
 
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[[Image:Andover_Town_House_Rededication.jpg|thumb|...''Andover Town House Rededication Ceremony, May 6, 1989''.... click to enlarge|left]]
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* ''Andover Townsman'', April 27, 1989
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* ''Andover Townsman'', May 4, 1989, p. 6+
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*"Sentimental journey for hall", ''Andover Townsman'', July 21, 2005.
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*"Is there new revenue in Andover's Old Town Hall?", ''Eagle Tribune'', March 18, 2008.
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[http://andoverma.gov/facilities/rentals/townhouse.php Andover Town House Function Room ]
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Andover Vertical File--Historic Houses--Town House
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The Shawsheen Indians beat the Chicago Canadians on April 20, 1924 becoming the first team to become champions on their first try at the national level. The final score was Shawseen Indians 3 / Chicago Canadians (west champions)0.

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File:Shawsheenindians.pdf
“Win National Honors," Andover Townsman, April 24, 1925.....click to enlarge


  • April 24, 1925 Andover Townsman


--Eleanor 16:19, May 8, 2007 (EDT)

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