ELMHURST MEMORIAL HALL
88-24 43rd Avenue
Erected in 1926 by the Elmhurst Memorial League, this Colonial style building was conceived as a memorial for the men and women of Elmhurst who gave their services, and in some cases their lives, to the country during World War I. After the cornerstone was laid, the committee launched a campaign throughout Elmhurst in order to raise the funds needed to complete the building. The festivities included a machine gun demonstration and a concert given by a Veteran’s Band.