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The oldest parts of the building date back to the fourteenth century, although many additions have been made to the structure over its hundreds of years of use.
Although Strangers' Hall has been the home of many varied members of society, including a solicitor and a dance master, it is most notable as the residence of numerous Mayors of Norwich, having first served this purpose in 1340.
- "Strangers Hall Museum 6, Norwich". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 16 February 2012.
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