This monument, erected in December 1918, is dedicated to the men who trained at Camp Funston during World War I. Between the fall of 1917 and November 1918, approximately 50,000 soldiers received their basic training at this camp. These soldiers formed the 10th, 89th, and part of the 92nd Division. General Leonard Wood, commander of this camp, ordered the construction of this stone monument as a remembrance and tribute to their service and sacrifice.
The faded plaque is on an archway in Blaney Plaza. The archway is by the entrance to the downtown area of Saratoga.
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
FOR THEIR COUNTRY
Memorial dedicated to Nevada County residents who lost their lives in World War I. Memorial is in the form of an stucco alcove with a bronze memorial plaque mounted on the interior wall flanked by columns.
"Solano County's Tribute to Its Fallen Heroes, 1917 - 1919"
50 names are listed on the rear panel of the memorial's pedestal. Memorial is in front of the old Solano County Courthouse. The memorial is flanked on either side by unique 47mm Rotating 5 barrel cannons that were made in 1883/84.
The stone piece sits in front of the Veterans Memorial Building in Albany. The memorial consists of a slab which has written the following on it:
"Dedicated by the citizens of Albany to its World War Veterans - 1926 - Twenty Nine of our boys served under our flag." In front of that is a stone basin. On top of the piece is a bas relief of a wreath.
This plaque, located in front of the flagpole on the west side of the property, honors all Ormond men who fought for our country in the First World War and serves as a loving remembrance of the three who made the ultimate sacrifice.
A simple flag pole memorial in Oak Hill Memorial Park honoring San Jose WWI veterans.
WWI Memorial Plaque and Flagpole dedicated to the Vacaville, CA citizens who gave their lives in WWI. Memorial is located in front of the Veterans Memorial Building, 510 Merchant Street, Vacaville, CA. There is a 1918 6 inch, Trench Mortar to the left of the memorial.
BRYAN P. TALBOT
Wm. ELLIS CHRISTOPHER
WALTER A. HOLDEN
FRANK H. RAGO
A memorial honoring the soldiers of St. Augustine who served during the First World War.
the youth of this
city who served
their country in
the World War
1917 - 1918
February 23, 1919, the monument was first unveiled at Central Park (now Centennial Park), honoring 11 men from Seminole County who died in service to their country in WWI. It is made of marble and in the form of a broken shaft symbolizing the youthful lives sacrificed in the prime of manhood for the "Cause of the right and the just." F.L. Miller of Milvis Marble Co. presented the monument to Seminole County.
February 24, 1985, the monument was moved to the American Legion Post 53 at 3506 Orlando Drive.
June 1988, the monument was moved to the American Legion's new home at 2874 S. Sanford Ave in Sanford.
November 11, 2006, the monument was moved to a place of honor here at the Veterans Memorial Park.
May 28, 2007, the monument was rededicated to the people of Seminole County.
The memorial is a large stone monument with a bronze plaque. The plaque is inscribed with a long list of names of all soldiers and sailors from Kennebunk who participated in World War I. At the bottom of the list is the following inscription:
Her Soldiers and Sailors
Of The World War 1914-1918
This bronze plaque is mounted on a granite stone at the site of the Old York Gaol, a National Historic Landmark. It simply lists the names of WWI veterans from York.
Ground for the monument was broken on November 15th, 1926 on what was called then "Hay Scales Lot". Over 200 school children and many citizens of the town participated, accorded to Dr. Fellows' "History of Lincoln". Evidently it didn't take long to construct the monument, because that next spring, May 29th to be exact, the town held a Memorial Day service and dedication at the monument that afternoon. Maine's Governor Ralph Brewster was on hand to give the dedication speech. The Hon. William T. Gardiner presented the monument to the town, and it was unveiled by Lincoln area Civil War veterans. The 5th Infantry Band played music, there were prayers and speeches, and a benediction was given by a Rev. Mullin. How many people attended the ceremony is not recorded, but we can assume many if not most area citizens attended, as was the custom back then for these types of things.
And since another world-wide conflict was not anticipated, it was simply called the World War Memorial. Today, it is more commonly called the "doughboy" statue after the nickname given to American soldiers in World War 1. It now faces out West Broadway instead of toward Main Street.
A resident and lover of Mount Desert Island who commanded the United States Naval Radio Station upon this site from its establishment on August 28, 1917 until December 12, 1919.
At the end of the World War he was awarded the Navy Cross. His citation stated that under his direction the station became the most important and the most efficient station in the world.
This tablet is erected by his friends and fellow townsmen in testimony to his patriotic service, high character and endearing qualities.
This gateway, in honor of Warren Robinson, Bowdoin class of 1910, was given by his wife. Robinson died in France while serving in WWI. This is one of two WWI memorials on the Bowdoin campus.
Sculpted by Charles E. Tefft and erected in 1939. This is a bronze statue of Lady Victory, holding aloft two lit torches. It is dedicated to the soldiers who fought in World War I.
Memorial arch honoring the veterans of Franklin County who served during the First World War.
In Proud and Happy Memory
of the members of Camp Merryweather
who gave their lives for their country
in the Great War 1914-1918
JAMES FENIMORE COOPER
ALFRED MONTGOMERY GOODALE
EDMUND PIKE GRAVES
FREDERICK CHESTER LADD
PHILLIPS QUINCY MUIRHEAD
But yet-but yet-ah! ne'er forget
In tempest or in night
That clear and true still shines for you
The Merryweather Light
Memorial plaque honoring veterans from Saco who fought during World War I.
This large flagpole rests in an ornate bronze base, which sits atop a granite memorial. The monument is dedicated to the sons of Bowdoin who lost their lived in World War I, and the various sides of the granite monument are inscribed with an Honor Roll. The inscriptions are finished in gold paint. The monument is located on the main quad, directly in front of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.
Bowdoin College refurbished the monument in 2014, and added a much larger flag.