This bronze plaque and obelisk once stood at the entrance to Old Town Bisbee, but was moved to this location. The date of the move is unknown. The significance of the obelisk is also unknown, but it appears to be topped with an old flag pole ball top and has a bronze American Legion emblem on the front. In the gallery photo of Police HQ, the monument can be seen to the right of the flag pole base, withe two posts and a chain in front of it.
The plaque reads:
THE CITY OF BISBEE HONORS BY THIS MEMORIAL HER WARRIORS WHO DIED IN THE DEFENSE OF THE PRINCIPALS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY AGAINST ENEMIES OF FREEDOM IN WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR 2, THE KOREAN WAR, THE WAR IN VIETNAM THAT THEIR PATRIOTIC SACRIFICE WILL BE AN INSPIRATION TO SAFE GUARD LIBERTY IN THE UNITED STATES FOREVER.
DEDICATED THIS MEMORIAL DAY
MAY 31, 1976