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Description: "Theresa American Legion members paid homage to former comrades on Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "The First Civil War Monument" outside the Grant County Courthouse. The monument is dedicated "to the memory of the brave soldiers of Grant County who fell...
Date: date unknown
Description: Tall cylindrical Civil War memorial with multiple sculptures in Ely Square in downtown. A wrought iron fence surrounds the monument, trees dot the square...
Description: A gazebo dedicated to solders and sailors in Irvine Park. A flagpole and benches are in front of the gazebo.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Cushing Memorial.
Description: View of a monument on a battlefield to Major General John Sedgwick, killed in action on May 9, 1864. The memorial, erected in 1887 by veterans of Segdwick...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Park cannon with American flag flying in the background.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Argonne Gate, S.J.M.A. War memorial for the service men from Delafield in the First World War. The lantern on the gate is meant to burn perpetually.
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: A bust of George Washington in the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War memorial hall on the top floor of the Wisconsin State Capitol. This photograph was...
Description: View of a public tomb, built in 1850, outside a cemetery. A mounted canon and Civil War Soldiers Monument can be seen nearby.
Description: View of a fountain in an octagonal basin at the Wisconsin Veteran's Memorial Park. There is a monument of a soldier behind it. Dwellings surround the park.
Description: Mrs. Minnie Wiese of 317 West Washington Avenue, representing the Grand Army of the Republic, places a wreath at the base of the cenotaph at the Armistice...
Description: Two statues mark the entrance of the picnic area of Valley Forge National Park. The monuments consist of identical bases and an eagle on top of each colum...
Description: The Pleasant Plains Memorial statue honoring the soldiers from the fifth ward who fought in World War II. The bronze statue of a woman holding a palm and...
Description: View of Chowan County Courthouse, built in 1767 by architect John Hawks. The Georgian building features a central cupola and clock tower. A Confederate mon...
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: A woman in business attire walks with an open umbrella on a rainy day in downtown Milwaukee. To her left is the Civil War monument, "The Victorious Charge...
Description: The Aupaumut Memorial Tablet unveiling ceremony. The memorial is for Captain Hendrick Aupaumut, a Revolutionary War soldier, born 1757, died 1830. The tabl...
Description: A decommissioned Civil War cannon at Courthouse Park.
Description: View of Waterman's Monument, a 50-foot granite obelisk erected in 1901. A sign before the monument reads, "Monument erected by the Daughters of the Revolu...
Description: A front detail of the G.A.R. Memorial Hall on Monona Avenue. The building was later demolished to make way for a parking lot.
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