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East Stroudsburg Univ. World War Memorialloupe
1 College Circle
East Stroudsburg
PA
USA
18301

The inscription on this memorial reads: 

I PREPARE FOR SERVICE

THESE HAVE NOBLY SERVED

In honor of
Alumni Students and Teachers
who served in the Great War

What more can a man offer than his life

 Fred Armstrong, Navy - Died
Elmer Frederick, Sgt. Av. - Died
George N. Kemp, Capt. Inf. - Killed
Peter L. McGeady, C.W.S. - Died
Raymond H. Noble, Capt. Ord. - Died
L. Glenn Saunders, Sgt. Eng. - Killed
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[Honor Roll of Veterans]

 
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Sayre World War I Doughboyloupe
W. Packer Avenue
Sayre
PA
USA
18840

The inscription on this memorial reads:

SAYRE PENNA

OUR HONORED DEAD IN

1914 - THE WORLD WAR - 1918

[Followed by a listing of 12 names]

THEIR DEEDS ARE IMMORTAL/THEIR MEMORY SHALL NEVER DIE

 
Sacrifices of Women Monumentloupe
Riverfront Park 1609 N. Front St.
Harrisburg
PA
USA
17102

Dedicated in approx.1925, this J.C. Hardy sculpture commemorates the services and sacrifices of the Harrisburg women who served in World War I. The bronze bas-relief plaque shows seven women in WWI-era dress. One wears a military uniform, the next a dress with cape and hat and carries a basket, three sit in a group, one is a nurse, another works in a garden.  The plaque, attached to a rough-hewn stone marker, reads: 

In · commemoration · of
the · services · and · sacrifices · of · the ·women · of · Harrisburg
in · the · World · War

 
Firemen in World War I Memorial loupe
Front St. at Verbeke St.
Harrisburg
PA
USA
17102

Giuseppe Moretti sculpted this life-sized bronze fireman holding a small child in his left arm, partially shielding him with his coat. In his right hand, he holds a vine-twisted sword and World War I helmet. Beneath is a stone base decorated by a plaque showing fireman fighting a fire. The memorial is dedicated to the fireman who served and died in World War I.

A plaque on the monument reads:

Erected by the
Volunteer Fire Department
of the
City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
in honor of valiant services
rendered by its members during
The World War 1917 - 1919
Dedicated 1924
These gave their lives
Benjamin H. Boggs
Herbert D. Harry
Clarance L. Hinkle
Louis E. Houseal
John C. Peifer, Jr.
Charles W. Revie
Edward L. Selway
Frank E. Ziegler

 

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