Downtown Mount Gilead. Most buildings in town were built late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century. Mount Gilead had an abundance of timber, clay, stone, and slate to provide for any sort of construction that was needed or desired by owners and builders. Several structures incorporate local sandstone used in door and window sills and lintels. The Mount Gilead Downtown Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
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Mount Gilead Town Hall.
Our town hall has an interesting history. The building was originally built by L.P. Byrd as Moore’s Livery. In the 1930s it was altered for use as a motion picture theatre. It burned in the late 1960s and was rebuilt as the Town Hall. The theatre seated almost three hundred people and still has some vestigial remnants of former glory days, including the marquee where announcements are still seen. Today it is still being used as the Town Hall.
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