Four wings with gable roofs project from the sides of a tiny octagon to form this memorial. The Gothic Revival pointed windows help to convey the impression that this is a small chapel. Atop the roof of the central octagon is a small platform supporting a statue of a Civil War soldier.
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Soldiers' Memorial Hall
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