Mule Rearing African American Officers gas masks doughboys with mules Riveters African American Soldiers 1 pilots in dress uniforms The pilots



World War I Guardian Angelloupe
500 Forest St.

A granite exedra bench supports two bronze figures, a winged angel about to embrace a uniformed soldier.  Sculptor Carl Augustus Heber (1875-1956) of New York created this memorial which was dedicated on May 30, 1923 on Courthouse Square to honor the 132 from Marathon County who died in service in World War I; it was moved in 1954 to the grounds of the present courthouse. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Burns Post 388 raised $20,629 from the community to build the statues. 

"Erected by the people of Marathon County and Burns Post No. 388 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. in grateful appreciation of the noble sacrifices of those from this county who gave their lives in the World War 1917–1918."

Rehoboth Beach World War I Memorialloupe
300 King Charles Ave.
Rehoboth Beach

The inscription on this memorial reads:

In memory
of our comrades who served with us in the Great War, and who have gone on ahead: we dedicate this piece.

3" Davis Gun - Used during 1917-1918 on Submarine Patrol Boat 629 of the Baltic Patrol

Williamsport World War Memorialloupe
2000 W. 4th St.

This memorial was sculpted by Giuseppe Moretti and was erected by the citizens of the 7th and 11th wards of the City of Williamsport and Woodward and Old Lycoming Townships. Listed on panels on seven sides of the octagonal stone base are the names of 350 men and women from the area who served in World War I. The inscription reads: 

Erected by
the Citizens
of the Seventh
and Eleventh Wards
of the City of
and Woodard
and Old
Lycoming Townships
in memory of
the Soldiers
Sailors and Nurses
who served
in the World War

Venango County World War I Memorialloupe
1168 Liberty Street

The inscription on this memorial, erected in 2014 by the Venango County Historical Society, reads:

In Honor of
World War I Veterans
[Photo of troop ship]

In Memory
[Photo of troops in battle]

In Remembrance
[Photo of troops entering "No Man's Land"]

Presented by the
Venango County Historical Society
August 2014
[Photo of French troops in battle]


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