The Memorial Oak Grove was dedicated on March 12, 1926 to honor the 30 LSU men who lost their lives in the war. Thirty-one live oak trees were planted, one for each of the fallen and one for an unknown soldier, as a living reminder of their sacrifice and service to the country.
Plans have been in the works to improve the landscaping and to provide an educational component to tell the story of those who are memorialized, the grove itself, and the war.
Memorial plaque dedicated to all the congregants from Baltimore's St. Martin's Roman Catholic Church who served during WWI.
Opened in 1926, World War Memorial Stadium has been the home of minor league and college baseball in Greensboro up until the 2000s. NC A&T University's baseball team still uses it. The stadium was dedicated on Armistice Day, November 11, 1926.
The stadium made a cameo appearance in the 1988 film "Bull Durham."