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Lippi/Smith WWI Memorialloupe
4th Street south of B Street
Galt
CA
USA
95632

The inscription on the George A. Lippi/Joseph F. Smith Memorial reads:

In Memory
of
George A. Lippi
and Joseph F. Smith
First World War
and all others who gave
their lives and have
served their country

 
Wallace World War Memorialloupe
River Street and Front Street
Wallace
ID
USA
83873

The inscription on this memorial reads:

For Your Tomorrow They Gave Their To-day

Bror Anderson • Lewis N. Bailey • Carl G. Beck • Braxton Bigelow • E.N. Carroll • Clyde Carson • Henry Carruthers • Thomas DeGroot • Norah E. Downing • Herschel V. Edwards • Lloyd A. Ellington • W.E. Frusher • James Gearon • L. R. Sherman Gregory • Glenn C. Hampton • Hugh Harwood • Earl Hoifington • Alfred I. Hough • I.N. Kemp • Arthur G. Leeson • William J. McDonald • Roy Meyerhoff • A. Glenn Nichols • Jacob Nybeck • William E. Owens • Ture A. Paulson • Anton Pearson • James M. Potter • Austin F. Reedy • Chester Robbins • Hubert E. Roberts • Cecil R. Russell • James E. Sage • John Skala • Leon Saylor • George Sparenberg • Thomas Strick, Jr. • Clarence Sylverster • John F. Taylor • Thomas F. Whelan • Walter B. Wright • Bertram Yocum • Gus Zoellner

Erected by American War Mothers, Shoshone County Chapter - Idaho.

 
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World War I Honor Rollloupe
7100 Montgomery Road
Silverton
OH
USA
45236

This inscription on this plaque reads:

HONOR ROLL

1917-1919

Dedicated as a lasting tribute to the memory of our men who served the call of their country in the World War erected by the Citizens of Silverton, Ohio

William Altemeier • Andrew Binkley • Frank L. Binkley • Oliver W. Brate • Ralph N. Brown • Clifford J. Carroll • Earl E. Dwire • William J. Dwire - William R. Gould Jr. • Ralph l. Hines • George W. Hutchinson • Frank F. Kassner * • Elmer J. Keitz • E.A. Paul Meshan • Louis H. Meyers • Carl L. Phillips • John F. Pohlman • Eugene Speyer • Albert E. Sprague • Oliver V. Steinman • Fred H. Storch • William S. Thompson • Walter B. Todd • Albert M. Wagner • 

 
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Spirit of the American Doughboyloupe
Rose Hill Cemetery
Mechanicsville
IA
USA
52306

This Spirit of the American Doughboy Memorial, sculpted by E.M Viquesney, was dedicated on May 30, 1931 in Rose Hill Cemetery, where 346 veterans, including 86 from World War I, are buried. The plaque reads:

DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY
OF OUR BOYS WHO ENTERED THE
SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
FROM MECHANICSVILLE, IOWA
SPONSORED BY THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
OF BUSCH-DENNIS POST NO. 309
1931


Update June 2022: In serious need of restoration, with funds raised by the community, the statue is being restored and is expected be back on its pedestal by Veterans Day 2022.

 

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