List of Hibernian buildings
This is a list of notable buildings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, which are either meeting places or buildings that are otherwise significant in Hibernian history.
There are many Hibernian-associated buildings. This list is only those that are significant architecturally or otherwise, including those that have been documented in the National Register of Historic Places or a similar registry.
- in Australia
- Storey Hall, Melbourne
- in the United Kingdom
- Ballinderry Hibernian Hall, Ballinderry, Northern Ireland
- Rosnashane AOH Hall, Rosnashane, Northern Ireland
- in the United States
|1||St. James' Church (New York City)||1837 built
|32 James Street
||New York City||The Order in the United States was founded in New York City May 4, 1836 at St. James Church located near the old Five Points neighborhood. Its existence and activities were concealed for some years. It is believed to have been designed by architect Minard Lafever.|
|2||Hibernia Hall||1891 built
|421 Brady Street
||Davenport, Iowa||Romanesque Revival architecture|
|3||St. Michael's Church, Cemetery, Rectory and Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall||1899 built
|County Road F 52
||near Parnell, Iowa||Romanesque Revival architecture|
|4||Hibernian Hall (Boston, Massachusetts)||1913 built
|182-186 Dudley Street
|5||Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall||1899 built
|321-323 E. Commercial
||Anaconda, Montana||Queen Anne architecture, Romanesque architecture|
|6||Hibernian Hall||1914 built
|128 NE Russell St.
||Portland, Oregon||Mission/Spanish Revival architecture|
|7||Hibernian Hall (Charleston, South Carolina)||1840 built
|105 Meeting St.
||Charleston, South Carolina||Greek Revival architecture and a U.S. National Historic Landmark|
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. Missing or empty
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