The Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall, constructed in 1914, stands today as a memorial to the Union veterans of the Civil War. This was the meeting hall of the L.L Mitchell Post of the G.A.R. Money for this two-story edifice was raised by the sale of capital stock (see copy of one certificate). In 1997 this building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The 1914 hall was the second G.A.R. meeting hall in St. Cloud. The first was a single-story frame building.
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