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What is now Woodside's Independence Hall was moved to Albion Avenue in 1944 and used for community activities, such as a meeting place for Boy and Girl Scout troops. It was moved and became Woodside Town Hall in 1991. (Photo courtesy of Woodside Historical Association.)

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