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Soldiers and Sailors Monument
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- Location: Riverside Drive at West 89th Street
- Sculptor: Paul E. Duboy
- Architect: Charles & Arthur Stoughton
- Description: Ornamental circular temple
- Materials: East Dorset Vermont marble (see memo)
- Dimensions: H: 100' D: 50'
- Dedicated: May 30, 1902
- Fabricator: Cullen and Dwyer
- Donor: Act of Legislature
- Inscription: Plaque: ERECTED BY / THE CITY OF NEW YORK / TO COMMEMORATE THE VALOR / OF THE / SOLDIERS AND SAILORS / WHO IN THE CIVIL WAR / FOUGHT IN DEFENSE OF THE UNION. /
Plaque: SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' MEMORIAL MONUMENT / OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK / COMMISSIONERS, / ROBERT A. VAN WYCK, MAYOR. / GEORGE C. CLAUSEN, PRESIDENT, PARK BOARD. / JOHN W. GOFF, RECORDER. BIRD S. COLER, COMPTROLLER. / JOSEPH A. GOULDEN, CHAIRMAN, MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. / GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. / ARCHITECTS, / CHARLES W. STOUGHTON, ARTHUR A. STOUGHTON, PAUL E. DUBOY. / BUILDERS, CULLEN AND DWYER. /
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