NYC Resources311Office of the Mayor

Permanent Art and Monuments

Search the Monuments Catalog

or Browse the Monuments Catalog by keyword*

or View All Monuments in Catalog

Results for "Honor roll"

24 monuments found.

Image of Murray Hill War Memorial

Murray Hill War Memorial
St. Vartan Park
Manhattan

4 tablets set into exterior of building wall

Image of New Dorp World War I Memorial

New Dorp World War I Memorial

Staten Island
Honor roll, cairn-type stele

Image of Pleasant Plains Memorial

Pleasant Plains Memorial

Staten Island
Female figure atop ball on integral plinth fronted by eagle rampant and backed by wreathed helmet, pedestal, base, four plaques

Image of Prospect Park War Memorial

Prospect Park War Memorial
Prospect Park
Brooklyn

Group of two figures on pedestal before a high, arced wall; two benches; altar; six large plaques; one small plaque; paving

Image of Ridgewood Memorial

Ridgewood Memorial
Myrtle Avenue Clemens Triangle
Queens

Column topped by a globe, on a circular base; column faced with three bas-reliefs; honor roll of names carved in spaces between the bas-reliefs

Image of Riverdale, Spuytenduyvil, Kingsbridge Memorial Bell Tower

Riverdale, Spuytenduyvil, Kingsbridge Memorial Bell Tower
Bell Tower Park
Bronx

Belfrey tower and terrace; honor rolls

Image of Saratoga Park Memorial

Saratoga Park Memorial

Brooklyn
Standing figure with shield on integral plinth before stele; two tablets,

Image of Unionport Memorial

Unionport Memorial
Church Triangle
Bronx

Eternal light on round stele

Image of Van Nest Memorial

Van Nest Memorial
Van Nest Park
Bronx

Stele

Image of Vietnam Memorial

Vietnam Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Plaza
Manhattan

Glass wall, etched text, tablet

Page 1 2 3

*Please note, a given artwork can appear in any number of categories. Category assignment and definition is a work in progress and not a definitive classification. If you do not see a particular piece of work listed within a category, please search by title or park.

Related Information

Permanent Art and Monuments Home

Was this information helpful?