Liberty Hall in Philadelphia was the meeting place of the U.S. Congress from 1882 on. The Hall was a non-descript building that looked like the home of an insurance company.[1]

Liberty Hall survived both the Great War and the Second Great War. It was untouched by Confederate general Clarence Potter's effort to place a superbomb in downtown Philadelphia in 1943, which ended up exploding on the outskirts of the city west of the Schuylkill River.


  1. Breakthroughs, pg. 15.

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