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Results for "Spanish-American War"

10 monuments found.

Image of Admiral George Dewey Memorial

Admiral George Dewey Memorial
The Battery
Manhattan

Plaque with two relief medallions on plinth

Image of Alfred J. Kennedy Memorial Flagstaff

Alfred J. Kennedy Memorial Flagstaff
Flushing Greens
Queens

Flagstaff plaque, flagstaff

Image of Captain George H. Tilly

Captain George H. Tilly
Captain Tilly Park
Queens

Stele

Image of Captain George H. Tilly

Captain George H. Tilly
Captain Tilly Park
Queens

Tablet, pedestal

Image of Father Francis P. Duffy

Father Francis P. Duffy
Father Duffy Square
Manhattan

Standing figure (over life size) before a Celtic cross, on a pedestal, on a base, on a platform with seat at rear, approached by three steps

Image of Pvt. Walter B. Robertson

Pvt. Walter B. Robertson
Queens Village Veterans Plaza
Queens

Tree marker on granite plinth

Image of Spanish War Memorial

Spanish War Memorial
Graham Triangle
Bronx

Column with a globe at the top, on a pedestal; two plaques, one with bas-relief

Image of The Hiker

The Hiker
Tompkinsville Park
Staten Island

Standing figure (life size), on pedestal with four plaques

Image of Theodore Roosevelt Memorial

Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
Asser Levy Park
Brooklyn

Stele, 3 tablets

Image of U.S.S. Maine National Monument

U.S.S. Maine National Monument
Central Park
Manhattan

Pylon fountain embellished with colossal group, nine figures (heroic scale), and frieze; three plaques (two large, one small); four gate houses, each with a door and three low reliefs

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