Memorial Hall (Racine, Wisconsin)

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Memorial Hall
Memorial Hall Racine, WI.jpg
Memorial Hall (Racine, Wisconsin) is located in Wisconsin
Memorial Hall (Racine, Wisconsin)
Coordinates 42°43′33″N 87°46′51″W / 42.72583°N 87.78083°W / 42.72583; -87.78083Coordinates: 42°43′33″N 87°46′51″W / 42.72583°N 87.78083°W / 42.72583; -87.78083
Architect Howard Van Doren Shaw
Architectural style Classical revival
NRHP Reference # 80000177
Added to NRHP 10 April 1980

Memorial Hall is a convention and meeting hall located in downtown Racine, Wisconsin. It is operated by the Racine Civic Center.[1] It was given to the city as a gift by William Horlick, the original patent holder of malted milk.[2] The hall has played host for Barack Obama, John McCain, and others.[3][4]

Beginning in 2016, Memorial Hall also hosts the Racine Storm, a basketball team in the Premier Basketball League. [5]


  1. ^ "Memorial Hall". Racine Civic Center. Retrieved 2009-05-23. 
  2. ^ Drummond, Margo (1994). "The Horlick Mausoleum". A Walking Tour Guide: Mound Cemetery, Racine, Wisconsin. Racine, WI: Preservation-Racine, Inc. Retrieved 2008-12-21. 
  3. ^ Journal Times staff (2008-02-11). "Obama to speak in Racine on Wednesday". The Journal Times. Retrieved 2009-05-23. 
  4. ^ Burke, Michael (2008-07-30). "UPDATE: McCain coming to state's 'bellwether county'". The Journal Times. Retrieved 2009-05-23. 
  5. ^ Racine Storm (2015-11-16). "Racine Storm Announces 2016 Schedule". Racine County Eye. Retrieved 2015-11-20.