Organized alphabetically by city name, the selected catalog describes more than one hundred California memorials dedicated to women and men who served and died during World War I. Memorials include flagpoles, fountains, statues, sculptures, plaques, Veterans’ Buildings, groves of trees, roads, and bridges. It also includes a preliminary record of seventeen U.S. cemeteries where California's World War I soldiers are buried and nineteen European monuments and cemeteries honoring Californians.
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A Selected Catalogue of World War I Memorials and Cemeteries Honoring Californians
Maria C. Brandt;
California History (2020) 97 (3): 162–194.
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Maria C. Brandt, Diane M. T. North; A Selected Catalogue of World War I Memorials and Cemeteries Honoring Californians. California History 1 August 2020; 97 (3): 162–194. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ch.2020.97.3.162
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