In the 1930s, the Dreamland Grill was converted into the Dreamland Ballroom, which was located on the third floor of the building. The ballroom was used for dances, concerts, social gatherings, and basketball games for local black high schools.3 During World War II, the USO bought Taborian Hall and used it as a club for African American soldiers stationed at North Little Rock's Camp Robinson and the Stuttgart Army Airfield. It was during this period that the USO brought stars such as Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington and others to perform, this led to Taborian Hall's reputation as the venue for black stars to visit while in Little Rock.4
In the 1950s, the building once again housed clubs such as Twin City Club, the Waiters Club, and Club Morocco.5 By the 1970s, Taborian Hall was on a downward spiral that led to it being vacant for several years. It was placed on the National Historic Register in 1982, and in 1991 Kerry McCoy purchased the vacant building as the new home for her business, Arkansas Flag and Banner.6 McCoy is currently working to raise money to restore Dreamland Ballroom on the third floor of Taborian Hall.