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WW1 Memorials Map

memorial hunter 150100C 100M Icon smallThe first hurdle participants face is finding local WWI Memorials. Though incomplete, the map below has the WWI memorials the WW1CC has gathered.  So get your "Indiana Jones" on and help us find missing memorials with the Memorial Hunters Club, where you are encourage to search for and discover local WWI memorials missing from our register and map below. If you are the first to find a missing memorial, not currently shown on the national map, your contribution will carry your name as the discoverer. When completed, we will publish this mapped database for any organization, institution, school or group to use in any way they would like.

The 100 Cities / 100 Memorials program team


American Legion Soldierloupe
1608 K St NW
USA 20005

This 13-foot tall sculpture of Indiana limestone is of a standing male having elements of both a World War I Doughboy and a World War II GI. He wears battle fatigues with an unbuttoned shirt, dog tags, pants tucked into his boots, and a helmet.  His rifle is slung over his right shoulder and in his left hand he holds a grenade. Under his left foot is a snake, representing the enemy. This memorial was carved in 90 days by Frank Bowden at the studio of Adolph G. Wolter, and was dedicated on August 14, 1951. Its model was Lt. Hulon P. Whittington, who received the Congressional medal of Honor for his service in World War II.  

American Legion World War I Memorialloupe
726 N. Front St.
USA 17043

The inscription on this memorial, dedicated in 1979, reads:

In memory of
the Veterans
of World War I
who founded the
American Legion

At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker, including a World War II Memorial and Women of the Armed Forces. 

American Legion WW1 Memorial Monumentloupe
211 West Pioneer Ave.
USA 98563

It is noted, that this classic Memorial Monument featuring a three rifle stack, with
helmets and bayonets on the top was originally created using real helmets and rifles.

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American Prideloupe
Veterans Park, 13th St. W and Ply Dr.
USA 59102

This is a bronze sculpture of an eagle, about 10 X 7 feet, with wings spread in a vertical direction. It is mounted on a pyramidal con­crete base. It was sculpted by Lyle E. Johnson, who gave it to the city in honor of the veterans of all wars. It was dedicated on May 30,1992.

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American War Mothers Chapter 3loupe
1798 Wall St.
USA 98201

American War Mothers Chapter 3

WW1 Memorial Flag Pole

Located at the Snohomish County Administration Building Plaza



There are several other War Memorials and Monuments at this site including a very large sculpture, 

which can be seen on the right side of the gallery picture.

American War Mothers Memorialloupe
521 Ellrose Court
USA 21703
Small block memorial describing the memorial tree as planted in remembrance of those men who served from 1917-1918.
American War Mothers World War 1 Memorial Monumentloupe
100 Auditorium Circle
San Antonio
USA 78205

At the right-hand corner (when facing it) of the Tobin Center is a WW1 Memorial that is practically hidden among the landscaping and shrubs of the auditorium. It is near the intersection of Auditorium Circle and Jefferson Street. It is a white marble monument about six feet tall with a prayerful woman (a mother) surrounded on her right side with several "doughboys" wearing World War I field uniforms, helmets and carrying their rifles with fixed bayonets. The inscription under this massive carving reads: “Honoring The Mothers Whose Sons Fought In The World War - Erected by San Antonio Chapter No. 2 - 1938”. 

The American War Mothers was founded in 1917 and was incorporated by an Act of Congress February 24, 1925. The AWM are a perpetual patriotic, 501(c) 4 non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, non-partisan organization whose members are Mothers of children who have served or are serving in the Armed Services during a time of conflict.

This often unknown or overlooked organization of mothers has had an impact on our nation and on the welfare of our Armed Service members. This is a worthy war memorial for those from WWI on up to the present.

Amherst Soldier's Monumentloupe
Triangle of Church, School, and Middle Sts.
USA 03031

This is a full-length bronze figure of a Civil War soldier wear­ing an overcoat and cap. He holds a rifle, has a field bag on his right hip, and has a sword hanging on his left. Beneath him is a rectangu­lar stepped granite base. It was sculpted by Martin Milmore and was installed on December 9, 1871. It was formally dedicated on June 19, 1890, in memory of the citizen soldiers of Amherst.

It was rededicated on July 4,1985, with plaques listing veterans of the Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

Amsterdam World War I Memorialloupe
West End Memorial Park, W. Main St.
USA 12010

This is a life size bronze statue of a WWI infantryman whose right hand clasps the strap of a rifle which hangs at his side. His left hand rests at the top of a saber which hangs from his artillery belt. He wears a brimmed hat, leggings, and rolled-up shirtsleeves. On the granite exedra base is a relief of a wreath flanked by images of flames and ea­gles' heads. It was sculpted by David Cunningham Lithgow and ded­icated tin November 29, 1925, as a tribute to the 10 veterans of WWI. A "Big Bertha" cannon had sat in front of the sculpture, but it was used for salvage during WWII.

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AMVETS WWI Carillonloupe
1122 Sunrise Beach Rd
USA 21032

Located  in the Maryland State Veterans Cemetery

Anderson County World War Veterans Memorialloupe
100 E. 4th Ave.
USA 66032

This memorial, erected in 1934, honors all World War veterans from Anderson County. The inscription reads:

In memory

of our
World War

Anderson Co.

Anderson Stone and Flag Memorialloupe
USA 46013
Annacortes Historical Mural Projectloupe
1017 7th Street @ Commercial Street
USA 98221

Wallie Funk, Sr. & Charles Pinson
Seaman Pinson was the City of Anacortes last surviving WWI Veteran  

The streets are alive with colorful caricatures from the city’s past, many that tell a story showing old modes of transportation.

The brain-child of local historian and artist Bill Mitchell who, though wheelchair bound, has painted nearly 120 murals since 1984. Many are located in their proper locations, most in the old town area.


The correct name of Petty Officer Pinson’s ship is the USS Chebaulip (A Navy Supply Ship)

  • Chebaulip, USN 1918-1919 (ex American S.S. Chebaulip, 1918).

4839 Gross Tons, Length 380.0', Beam 53.75', Comm. 11 Jul 18, Decom. 9 May 19, ID # 3141
No image has been located of USS Chebaulip

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Anti-German Hysteria Historical Markerloupe
119 W. Elder Street
USA 45202

Erected in 2006 by the German-American Studies Program, University of Cincinnati, and the Ohio Historical Society, this marker reads:

The United States’ declaration of war on Germany in April 1917 resulted in a tragic display of hysteria directed against everything and anything German. In Cincinnati, German teachers were dismissed from public schools, German professors were censored, German collections and publications were removed from circulation at the Public Library, businesses with German names had their names “Americanized" and, by police order, only English language public meetings could be held.

As a result of the anti-German hysteria during World War I, name changing became the rage. The Cincinnati City Council followed the trend by changing German street names on April 9, 1918. Among those changed were: German Street to English Street, Bismark Street to Montreal Street, Berlin Street to Woodrow Street, Breman Street to Republic Street, Brunswick Street to Edgecliff Point, Frankfort Street to Connecticut Avenue, Hamburg Street to Stonewall Street, Hanover Street to Yukon Street, Hapsburg Street to Merrimac Street, Schumann Street to Meredith Street, Vienna Street to Panama Street, and Humboldt Street to Taft Road.

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Aptos World War I Memorialloupe
Soquel Dr and Freedom Blvd
USA 95001

This little-known World War I Memorial, located on the northeast side of the intersection of Soquel Drive and Freedom Blvd, was dedicated on Christmas 1923 by the Daughters of the American Revolution to the fallen men and women of Santa Cruz County of that war. The plaque reads:

1914 WORLD WAR 1918


In 2018, on the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, the Cabrillo Host Lions Club volunteered to clean up the memorial (see pictures gallery) and has been meeting to conduct regular maintenance in the years since.

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Ardmore Memorial Parkloupe
410 West Main
USA 73401

Ardmore Memorial Park is the home of Carter County Veterans Memorial Square and the Oil Patch Warrior statue dedicated to WWII energy workers.

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Argonne Cross Memorialloupe
USA 22211

During the period from April 1920 through July 1921, the remains of many servicemen buried in Europe during World War I were disinterred. These remains were either reinterred in selected cemeteries in Europe or returned to the United States. Of these, the remains of about 2100 were reinterred in Arlington National Cemetery, specifically, in Section 18. Through the efforts of the Argonne Unit American Womens Legion, the Argonne Cross was erected to their memory and in their honor. It is situated in the southwest corner of Section 18 and faces east. A grove of 19 pine trees are on 3 sides of the Cross (North, West and South). These trees are symbolic of the Argonne Forest where many of the men fought. At the juncture of the arm and stem of the cross is carved, in low relief, an eagle and wreath.

The inscription on the east side of the base reads:

In memory of our men in France
1917 1918

The inscription on the west side of the base reads:

Erected through the efforts of the Argonne Unit American Womens Legion

Arkansas County War Memorialloupe
101 Court Square
USA 72042

No additional information at this time.

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Arlington National Cemeteryloupe
USA 22211

Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active duty service members, veterans and their families. Service to country is the common thread that binds all who are remembered and honored at Arlington.

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Armed Forces Legacy Park Memorialloupe
1 Tonasket Shop Road
USA 98855

This memorial is part of the US Armed Forces Legacy Park, which honors veterans from every US war. The park also contains a plaque wall listing names of servicemembers from WWI as well as the Civil War, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.


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