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On October 9, 1891, Rowland Hazard and John Newbold Hazard gave to the town a living memorial "builded" in memory of their father Rowland Gibson Hazard. Designed by architect Frank W. Angell, the building is a massive Richardsonian Romanesque stone building with a hip-roof and large wood-shingled section at the rear with a louvered cupola. It has a large arched entry; a short conical tower at the right of the entry; a gabled section, with wood-shingled upper part left of the entrance; straight
1057 Kingstown Road, Peace Dale, Rhode Island 02879