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Results for "Honor roll"

24 monuments found.

Image of Broad Channel Memorial Park Flagstaff

Broad Channel Memorial Park Flagstaff

Queens
Flagstaff with honor roll and American Legion insignia

Image of Bronx Local Board #2 World War Memorial

Bronx Local Board #2 World War Memorial

Bronx
Fluted rostral column topped with an eagle and inscribed with honor roll, on pedestal with bronze plaque

Image of Brooklyn Korean War Veterans Plaza

Brooklyn Korean War Veterans Plaza
Korean War Veterans Plaza
Brooklyn

Plaza, gate with three steps and wheelchair ramp, flagstaff on base, benches

Image of Bushwick War Memorial

Bushwick War Memorial
Memorial Gore
Brooklyn

Eagle on ball on triangular shaft on plinth; small tablet on ground with dedication date

Image of East Coast Memorial

East Coast Memorial
The Battery
Manhattan

Eagle on pedestal between two ranks of four inscribed pylons (eight pylons in all; axis aligned with Statue of Liberty)

Image of Korean War Memorial

Korean War Memorial
Kissena Park
Queens

Over lifesized figure of soldier on mound, with separate mountainscape and honor-roll behind

Image of Maspeth Memorial

Maspeth Memorial
Garlinge Triangle
Queens

Triangular shaft on seat

Image of Matthew J. Buono

Matthew J. Buono
Alice Austen Park
Staten Island

Fountain and seven section wall with 5 sections inscribed

Image of Midland Beach War Memorial

Midland Beach War Memorial
Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach
Staten Island

Tripartite upright slab with incribed eagle atop pedestal

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