The Sam Houston Hall was a building located in Houston, Texas. It was located at 801 Bagby Street near downtown.
The Sam Houston Hall was a wooden structure erected for the 1928 Democratic National Convention. It later hosted the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
It was torn down in 1936 and replaced by a complex which consisted of the Sam Houston Coliseum and Houston Music Hall.
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