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12 monuments found.

Image of 369th Infantry Regiment Memorial

369th Infantry Regiment Memorial


Obelisk (in 3 sections) with engraved and painted inscriptions

Image of Bill

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson Mural
Bill Bojangles Robinson Playground
Manhattan

Mural, period street lamp, plaque

Image of Duke Ellington Memorial

Duke Ellington Memorial

Manhattan
Standing figure (heroic scale) before a grand piano on a circular platform supported by three groups of three caryatids on three triform columns, integral plinth, two plaques on pedestal

Image of Frederick Johnson Memorial

Frederick Johnson Memorial
Frederick Johnson Playground
Manhattan

Stele with incised letters

Image of Harriet Tubman Memorial

Harriet Tubman Memorial

Manhattan
Over-lifesize portrait sculpture

Image of Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson
Jackie Robinson Park
Manhattan

Bust, two plaques

Image of Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese Monument

Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese Monument
Steeplechase Park
Brooklyn

Over lifesize portrait sculpture of two baseball heroes

Image of Ralph Ellison Memorial

Ralph Ellison Memorial
Riverside Park
Manhattan

Sculpture; rectangular bronze structure with cut-out male figure; four engraved stone markers

Image of Reverend Benjamin J. Lowry

Reverend Benjamin J. Lowry
Lowry Triangle
Brooklyn

Bust on pedestal

Image of Ronald McNair

Ronald McNair
Dr. Ronald McNair Park
Brooklyn

Bust (life size) recessed in pyramidal monument, two plaques with reliefs

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