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Doughboy - Eatontown

   
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Veterans Plaza, Wampum Park, Route 35 & West Street
Eatontown
NJ
USA
07724
1922

This World War I monument consists of an approx. 5' tall sculpture placed upon a square base about 5' high.  A plaque with raised lettering on the front of the base indicates this was erected to honor the men of Eatontown who served in the war. 

The sculpture itself depicts a WWI doughboy at parade rest with his left foot forward.  The soldier clasps the barrel of a rifle with both hands. The butt of the rifle rests on the ground near his right foot.  He wears a wide-brimmed hat, a belted jacket and his pants are tucked into wrappings that cover both calves. There is a tree trunk behind his left leg.

The monument was purchased from LL Manning & Son, a Plainfield, NJ monument company. 

Narrative adapted from Smithsonian Institution Research Information System (SIRIS) inventory #NJ000434. 

Photos courtesy of:  NJ State Historic Preservation Office

 

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