The sign, a worn, greenish color, on the brick wall of the building, framed by something like a picture frame, has white paint or glue indicates most of the letters; only U R Y ' S L L have raised brownish letters remaining.

Detail of “Dougrey’s Hall” sign cropped from Google Street View. July 2011.

—The Carnation Club will give a private dance and reception Thursday evening, September 29, in Dougrey’s Hall.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. August 31, 1904: 6 col 2.

—About forty couples enjoyed the first reception and dance of the White Rose Social Club, which was held last evening at Dougrey’s Halll. Flood’s Orchestra furnished the music. The committee of arrangements comprised Misses Anna Morrissey, Bessie Rourke, Kittie Sheeran and Clara Holland.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. September 28, 1904: 6 col 3.

—About fifty couple enjoyed the private reception and dance given last evening in Dougrey’s Hall by the Carnation Social Club. Theodore Christensen, William Parker and Victor mero composed the committee of arrangements. Thursday evening the club will give a reception at the home of Theodore Christensen on [One Hundred] Eighth Street, in honor of Secretary Charles Beatty, who has just returned home after a six weeks’ trip to Germany.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. September 30, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The Jolly Four, consisting of Frank McMahon, William Quinlan, James Dorsey and Augustus Tynan, will give a private reception to-morrow evening at Dougrey’s Hall on [One Hundred] Seventeenth Street.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. October 6, 1904: 6 col 3.

—About forty-five couples enjoyed the dance last evening at Dougrey’s Hall under the auspices of the Jolly Four.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. October 8, 1904: 6 cols 3-4.

—The dance of the Eagle Social Club last evening in Dougrey’s Hall was enjoyed by nearly seventy-five couples. Flood’s Orchestra furnished the music and John Kelly and Fred Davis composed the floor committee.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. October 16, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The Catholic Woman’s Benevolent Legion of St. Augustine’s Church gave the first in a series of dances last evening in Dougrey’s Hall. Fitzpatrick’s ORchestra furnished the music.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. October 18, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The Superba Social Club is arranging for a series of receptions, beginning next month in Dougrey’s Hall.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. October 28, 1904: 6 col 3.

—The Jersey Lily Social Club will give a private dance in Dougrey’s Hall Monday evening. Robert Lester and Peter Jessen will compose the committee in charge.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. November 3, 1904: 6 col 3.

—About sixty couples enjoyed the dance of the Blue Bird Social Club last evening at Dougrey’s Hall. Edward Carter and William Gosling composed the committee of arrangements.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. November 10, 1904: 6 col 3.

—The White Rose Social Club, composed of young ladies of this section, will give its next reception in Dougrey’s Hall next Thursday evening. The committee in charge includes Misses Anna Morrissey, Anna Sheeron, Bertha Rourke, Kittie SHeeron and Clara Holland.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. November 11, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The Whipple Athletic Club will give its second annual concert and dance Wednesday evening, November 22, at Dougrey’s Hall. Fred Romp is Chairman of the committee of arrangements.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. November 14, 1904: 6 col 4.

—About seventy-five couples enjoyed the reception and dance of the Social Ten last evening in Dougrey’s Hall.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. December 2, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The members of the Sunday School of Trinity Episcopal Church will be tendered a reception Thursday evening, January 5, in Dougrey’s Hall. The committee in charge includes Mrs. F. B. Twining, James McQuide, S. H. Riker and George Birtwell.
“Upper Troy.” Troy Times. December 19, 1904: 6 col 2.

—The F. Q. Fraternity will entertain this evening at a dance at Dougrey’s Hall.
“Upper Troy. Troy Times. May 26, 1906: 6 col 2.

—The Blue Bell Social Club held a dance last evening in Dougrey’s Hall. Eighty guests were present, and the music was provided by an orchestra.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Times. October 5, 1907: 6 col 4.

—At a special meeting of the Bolton Post Woman’s Relief Corps this afternoon arrangements will be made for the entertainment to be presented at Dougrey’s Hall, Tuesday evening, entitled, “The Peddlers’ Parade.” Supper will be served to-day after the meeting at the rooms of the post.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Times. January 22, 1909: 6 col 2.

Dougrey’s Hall, 16 [One Hundred] Seventeenth [Street], Lans.
“Blocks, Buildings, Etc.” Troy Directory. Cohoes, NY: Sampson & Murdock Company, 1909. 59.

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