Memorial Hall in Rockford, Illinois was the nations first war memorial building. Dedicated by then president Theodore Roosevelt, it is now on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Renovations meet the US department of the interior’s recommendations for interior and exterior renovations to a registered building.
After from balcony of auditorium including central skylight.
Before of Auditorium from balcony
After of Auditorium from platform stage
Decorated for Veteran’s Day
Before GAR room
After of GAR room – then occupied by the offices of The Rockford Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
Before of entry lobby looking East
After of Entry lobby looking West
After of memorial plaque room – then used as Rockford Area Convention and Visitors Bureau meeting room
Rededication flag raising
Lower level lobby after
Lower level lobby before
Site plan with new landscaping
T.R> elevation sketch