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Indiana Monuments, Memorials & Historic Sites

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Hilton U. Brown Jr. Memorial Tabletloupe
USA 46219
May 30, 1926

Hilton Ultimus Brown, Jr. was the son of Hilton U. and Jennie Brown.  He was born August 9, 1894.  He was part of Battery D, 7th Field Artillery, 1st Division.  He died during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive on November 3, 1918 and was awarded the Croix de Guerre.   He was buried in Beaumont, France.


Hobart Patriotic Honor Rollsloupe
USA 46342
November 11, 1925
Ernest Moore Viquesney

One of E. M. Viquesney's "Spirit of the American Doughboy" statues.

Howard County Historical Societyloupe
USA 46901
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Howard County Veterans Memorialloupe
500-, 548 S Goyer Rd, Kokomo, IN 46901
USA 46901
September 17, 2000
Huntington County Memorial Tabletloupe
USA 46750
July 04, 1921
Huntington County Veterans Memorialloupe
USA 46750
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Indiana Historical Societyloupe
USA 46202
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Indiana Military Museumloupe
USA 47591
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Indiana State Museumloupe
USA 46204
Now through Nov. 11, 2018

This exhibition will be presented in parts during 2017 and 2018. From cases of artifacts to displays of art, there will be a range of ways to enjoy and experience this exhibition.

From April 6, 2017 through Nov. 11, 2018, the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the First World War. With several installations and exhibitions available in our public spaces, the ISMHS will explore Indiana’s contributions to the war effort. Along with the personal and political sacrifices Hoosiers made – visitors will learn more about this challenging historical period, as well as honoring Indiana’s veterans.

Questions about what will be on view during your visit? Please call guest services at 317.232.1637.
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Indiana World War Memorialloupe
War Memorial Plaza
USA 46204

The Indiana World War Memorial Plaza was originally built to honor the veterans of World War I. The five-city-block plaza was conceived in 1919 as a location for the national headquarters of the American Legion and a memorial to the state's and nation's veterans. At the north end of the plaza is the American Legion Mall, which is the site of the administration buildings of the Legion, as well as a memorial cenotaph. South of that is the Veterans Memorial Plaza with its obelisk. Combined, it is the largest war memorial project in the United States.

The centerpiece of the plaza is the Indiana World War Memorial, modeled after the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, which contains "the Altar of the Flag" in the Shrine Room. There is also a military museum and an auditorium. At the south end is University Park, the oldest part of the plaza, filled with statues and a fountain. On October 11, 1994, the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza was designated a National Historic Landmark District


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Indiana World War I Centennial Committee


  • Co-Chairs
    Brig. Gen. Stewart Goodwin
    Indiana War Memorial
    Jim Brown
    Indiana Department of Veteran's Affairs

  • Vice Chair
    Jim Osborne
    Indiana Military Museum

Committee Members

  • Katherine Gould
  • Indiana State Museum
  • Gerald Hadley
    Indiana National Guard
  • Elizabeth Howard
    Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Dr. Dan Murphy
    Hanover College
  • Lauren Patton
    Indiana State Library
  • Johnathan Pickett
    Department of Indiana, American Legion
  • Jo Ann Remender
    Salvation Army
  • Dr. Kathleen A. Tobin
  • Indiana Association of Historians
  • Major Bob Webster
    Salvation Army


  • Marilyn Fernandez
    Indiana Archives and Records Administration
  • Jennifer Hodge
    Indiana Archives and Records Administration

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