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  • Subject contains "Memorials"

Date: 10-15-1944
Description: Dedication of the Honor Roll in Beverly Farms Square, October 15, 1944. The buildings shown are the G.A.R. Hall to the left, Beverly Farms Fire Station in the center and Neighbors' Hall to the…

Date: [11-12-1928?]
Description: Located on lawn of City Hall until 1948. Dedication: Nov. 12, 1928

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Located in Wyoming Cemetery

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Located in Wyoming Cemetery

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Built by the WPA in 1935

Date: 1992
Description: "Dedicated October 5 1865, this monument was erected in accordance with the will of Abiel Holden 'to commemorate the deeds and perpetuate the memories of the soldiers of Reading who have been killed…[More]

Date: 1939
Description: "Dedication services May 28, 1939 at the entrance to Laurel Hill Cemetery. Erected in honor of those Reading citizens who served their country in the World War." -- From the album containing the…

Date: 1921
Description: Close up view of the Swampscott World War I memorial, a bronze plaque affixed to a large rock at the inersection of Burrill Street and Monument Avenue. The Chick and Ericson estates can be seen in…[More]

Date: 1921?
Description: Swampscott's Revolutionary War memorial, also known as the Ramsdell Memorial "... is a boulder and bronze plaque in memory of the first soldier to die at the Battle of Lexington. Abednego Ramsdell was…[More]

Date: 1940?
Description: A man wearing a medal on his suit poses for a picture behind a statue of a soldier. Flags fly on either side and, in the background, a crowd has gathered as if for a ceremony.