The Grand Army of the Republic Hall in Litchfield, Minnesota is one of many original and authentic Grand Army of the Republic halls remaining in the United States. Built in 1885 for the Frank Daggett GAR Post No. 35, it is one of 4 remaining GAR halls in Minnesota. The Meeker County Historical Society Museum building was added to the rear of it in 1960, but the Hall was left exactly as it was when the “Boys of ‘61”, as they called themselves, met there seventy-five years earlier in 1885.
Leslie, MI GAR Hall - built in 1903. It served as a headquarters for Civil War veterans in the first half of the 20th Century. It has also served as the Leslie Public Library and the Leslie Police Department over the years.
GAR Memorial Hall, located at 401 Railroad Street in Ironton, Ohio, United States. Built in 1892, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Through the main entrance, one can slightly see the interior: the roof has collapsed, and most or all windows are gone. As I was taking this picture, a local resident informed me that the hall was soon to be demolished in the interests of public safety.