Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall (Iowa)

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Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall
Franklin County G.A.R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Hampton, Iowa.JPG
Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall (Iowa) is located in Iowa
Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall (Iowa)
Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall (Iowa) is located in the US
Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall (Iowa)
Location 3 Federal St. N.
Hampton, Iowa
Coordinates 42°44′29″N 93°12′25″W / 42.74139°N 93.20694°W / 42.74139; -93.20694Coordinates: 42°44′29″N 93°12′25″W / 42.74139°N 93.20694°W / 42.74139; -93.20694
Built 1890
Architect Edward Carl Keifer
Architectural style Octagon Mode
NRHP reference # 91001828[1]
Added to NRHP December 13, 1991

The Franklin County G. A. R. Soldiers' Memorial Hall, also known as J.W. McKenzie Post No. 81, Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), is an historic building located at 3 Federal Street, North, in Hampton, Iowa, in the United States. The octagonal-style Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall was designed and built in 1890 by Edward Carl Keifer and was the meeting place of the J.W. McKenzie Post No. 81, which was one of 519 GAR posts in Iowa. On December 13, 1991, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2008-04-15). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Library of Congress lists of GAR posts by state

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