Memorial Hall (Foxborough, Massachusetts)
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|Added to NRHP||April 21, 1983|
Memorial Hall is a historic Grand Army of the Republic hall at 22 South Street in Foxborough, Massachusetts, United States. It is a single-story granite Gothic Revival structure, octagonal in shape, with four projecting wings and a turret capped by a statue of a Union Army soldier (carved in wood by noted sculptor by Charles H. Pizzano.
The hall was built in 1868, and for many years housed Foxborough's public library.
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