The Victor, Colorado Union Hall was dedicated in March 1901. It became the site of a pitched shoot-out on June 7, 1904.
Western Federation of Miners members barricaded themselves inside, under attack by anti-union forces. When the union men ran out of ammo, they surrendered. Many were later deported to Kansas and New Mexico.
The building later was used as a city school facility. Today, a year after a fire nearly destroyed it; the hall is the subject of a major restoration effort.