The firm completed the Veterans Memorial Hall in 1903 in conjunction with the Carnegie Library, both of which shared the same classical scale and details. It was the first ever Memorial Hall in the nation, and built in honor of the veterans of the Civil War and Spanish American War. 

The building was dedicated on June 3, 1903, by 26th President Theodore Roosevelt, who noted:
“No more fitting memorial, no more fitting monument could be erected than a hall such as this, a hall beautiful in itself, and beautiful because of the uses to which it is consecrated.”