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The Greene-Marston House is a historic home in Mobile, Alabama. It is also commonly known as the Termite Hall.

The Greene-Marston House was built around the 1850s by the Greene family. This house was later made a part of a bigger structure in 1903 by Martin Van Heuval. By 1910, the property was remodeled again by William Syson this time.

The Greene-Marston House is best known for being a literary gathering place in Mobile; during the time that Adelaide Caroline Marston Trigg took residence on the house. Trigg established herself in the local literary circles for being a co-founder of The Haunted Book Shop and the operator of the Far Corners Book Search later on. She also made close connections with author Eugene Walter, who featured the house in his cookbook, ?Delectable Dishes From Termite Hall?.
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