Jeremiah Hamilton House is one of the few remaining stone wedge-shaped structures still standing in the state. Jeremiah Hamilton built this centerpiece of Symphony Square himself. As an African-American carpenter elected to the State House of Representatives in 1870, Hamilton later became a delegate to the 1873 Republican Convention. Other buildings in Symphony Square include the Michael Doyle House and the McCraven-Wilson house, which was an early Austin nightclub but has now been restored as a 19th-century general store. The Hardeman House, also part of the square, is now a Mexican restaurant (Café Serrano).
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