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World War I Guardian Angelloupe
500 Forest St.
Wausau
WI
USA
54403

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
DE
USA
19971

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.
Williamsport
PA
USA
17701

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
Williamsport
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
Franklin
PA
USA
16323

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]

 
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
———————————————
[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

 
Falls Township World War Memorialloupe
New Falls Rd. and Tyburn Rd.
Falls Township
PA
USA
19054

The inscription on this memorial reads:

Erected by the
Citizens of Falls Township
to commemorate the
patriotic service of
these men & women in
The World War
1917 - 1919

 
Tyrone World War I Memorialloupe
Lincoln Ave. at W. 14th St.
Tyrone
PA
USA
16686

The inscription on this memorial reads:

Dedicated in honor of those employees of Tyrone Division of the Pennsylvania Division who fought in the World War, those who fought and lived and those who fought and died, those who gave much and those who gave all.

 
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Aston and Middletown WWI Memorialloupe
Mount Road and New Road
Aston
PA
USA
19014

The inscription on this memorial reads:

In Memory of
James L. Killen, Jr.
Jesse S. Mills
Rockdale Boys who died in Action
in the World War 1918

Erected by Their Neighbors of
Aston & Middletown Townships [Rear of Marker]
Roll of Honor
In Honor of those of this community who Patriotically responded to the call of their country in defense of the Liberties of mankind.
“These gallant men of our Armed Forces have fought for the ideals which they knew to be the ideals of their country”
Woodrow Wilson - 1918

Erected by: The Glen Riddle Branch of the Emergency Aid of Pennsylvania

 
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Forest Lawn Cemetery
Buffalo
NY
USA
14208

This is a tower memorial honoring the American dead of World War I.  Erected in 1929 by the American Legion, the inscription reads:

To preserve the memories
and incidents
of our association
in the Great War

 
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WWI Veterans Parkloupe
Bridge St. and Washington Ave.
Jermyn
PA
USA
18433

This memorial park is dedicated to the memory of the 12 men of Jermyn who made the supreme sacrifice for their country. In 1920, 12 trees, which line the roadway, were planted as a living remembrance for their immortal sacrifice. The replica rock depicts the 1918 carving of Victor Slawinsky's Memory of an American Doughboy - Spirit of an American Soldier. The original rock carving is located on the old road to Hosie Dam & the mining ghost town of Edgerton.  The inscription on the rocks reads:  

MEMORIAL TO THOSE OF JERMYN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN WORLD WAR SERVICE

DEDICATED BY THE WILLIAM J. GRIFFITHS POST 465 AMERICAN LEGION

Listed names: Carl Baker, William J.Griffiths, Thomas Harvey, Richard T. Henwood, Joseph Houston, David S. Jones, Frank Kelly, George R. Morgan, Maurice L. Phillips, James Roach, John Zaleski, Nicolas E. Selgrath

On November 11, 2005, the park was rededicated, continuing the memory and providing a peaceful river park.

 
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Swissvale WWI Memorialloupe
McClure and Monongahela Aves.
Pittsburgh
PA
USA
15218

The inscription on this memorial reads:

THIS TABLET PERPETUATES THE MEMORY OF THE
SWISSVALE MEN AND WOMEN
WHO SERVED HONORABLY IN THE WORLD WAR
1917 -- 1919

LET AMERICANS OF THIS AND FUTURE GENERATIONS REMEMBER THAT AMERICA TAUGHT THEM HOW TO LIVE AND HOW TO DIE AND SHE WILL PRESERVE FOR HER CHILDREN THE PRICELESS MEMORY OF THEIR SACRIFICE, HEROISM AND DEATH

[listing of names]

ERECTED BY THE BOROUGH OF SWISSVALE, PENNSYLVANIA.

 
Homestead District WWI Memorialloupe
E. 8th Avve. and Homestead Grays Bridge
Homestead
PA
USA
15120

The inscription on this memorial reads:

DEDICATED TO THE PATRIOTS OF THE HOMESTEAD DISTRICT WHO SERVED IN THE WORLD WAR 1917 - 1919

 
Halifax and Vicinity WWI Memorialloupe
Rise St. east of Park Dr.
Halifax
PA
USA
17032

The inscription on this memorial reads:

IN HONOR OF
OUR BOYS OF HALIFAX AND VICINITY
WHO SERVED THE AMERICAN COLORS IN
THE GREAT WORLD WAR
FOR LIBERTY AND HUMANITY

[Honor Roll listing of names].

 
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Benicia World War I Memorialloupe
120 W. K St.
Benicia
CA
USA
94510

Erected in 1925, the inscription on this memorial reads:

IN MEMORY
of
EDMUND RUDOLF ANDERSON
KARL H. DAUBER
WALTER E. ERICKSON
JAMES JOHN POMETTA
DAVID ALLEN RICHIE
ARTHUR ROOD
CHRIS CONDARE
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WORLD WAR

ERECTED IN 1925 BY THE BENICIA POST NO.101, AMERICAN LEGION, MAY 30TH, 1925.

 
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Fayette County World War Memorialloupe
Court Street and Main Street
Washington Court House
OH
USA
43160

The inscriptions on this memorial read:

Erected to
those from Fayette County
who served their country
in the World War

Dedicated Nov. 11, 1927

1917 • Fayette’s Sons — They Gave Their All • 1918
George W. Allen • Ralph Barlett • Jennings Bland • Harry H. Brown • Wilmer H. Brown • John Burke • Owen Caplinger • Ralph Chilcote • Will Denney • Ray Archie Dixon • Clarence Downer • Addison Funk • Ray B. Hamm • Arley Griffith • Clarence Hard • Fred Backenstoe Hillery • Paul H. Hughey • Walter W. Huchison • Cash Knisley • Loren Koontz • Henry Larkin • Charles A. Lones

Carl Lloyd • Werter Mann • Clarence Maxwell • Donald Michael • Homer Perdue • Fred Sammons • Frank Skyles • Russell McKinley Smith • Howard A. Sommers • Howard Spence • Wesley Sword • Earl Thomas • Amos Thornton Jr. • Mallie Vance • Ray Vanniman • Fred C. Walls • Glenn Whaley • Buryl Williams • John Williams • Pearl Williamson • Herbert Wills • Lester Woodruff

Dedicated with ceremonies, May 27th 1919, to the brave boys of Fayette County who served in the World War

 
Toronto World War Memorialloupe
Market Street and North 3rd Street
Toronto
OH
USA
43964

The inscription on this memorial reads:

ERECTED BY THE CITIZENS OF TORONTO AND VICINITY IN HONOR OF THE MEN OF THIS COMMUNITY WHO ANSWERED THE CALL OF THEIR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR

 
Virginia Hot Springs Co. World War Memorialloupe
Sam Sneed Hwy. and Dunns Gap Rd.
Hot Springs
VA
USA
24445

The inscription on this memorial reads:

ERECTED 1920 BY THE VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS COMPANY COMMEMORATING THE PLANTING OF TREES ALONG THIS BOULEVARD. A MEMORIAL OF PATRIOTISM AND A TRIBUTE OF HONOR TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THIS COMPANY AND THE MEN OF BATH COUNTY WHO IN 1917 AND 1918 SERVED IN THE ARMY AND NAVY OF OUR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR. EVEN UNTO DEATH THEIR NAME LIVETH FOREVERMORE.

 

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