Post 29 has been located at several different locations since it was chartered in 1919. The first few years of its existence, the Post met in the Courthouse or in a meeting hall near the Courthouse. The first Post home was the old Sons of Herman Hall on the south side of the Courthouse square. It was bought and paid for by donations of members and local citizens. In the 40's the Post owned a building at 223 North Walnut Street. Then in 1953 the Post raised money and secured a loan to build its permanent Post Home, at 230 East Sycamore Street. The ground breaking ceremony was held on Wednesday, August 20, 1953.