Memorial Arch

Some articles on memorial arch, arch, memorial:

Clifton College - Buildings and Grounds - Memorial Arch
... what was Dakyns' boarding house (now East Town and North Town), is the college's memorial arch designed by Charles Holden, which commemorates teachers and pupils who died in the ... the removal of headgear is expected when walking through the arch ... that states hands must be out of pockets when walking through the arch ...
George Keller (architect) - Public Monuments - Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch
... Civil War monuments in several cities, his Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch at the entrance to Bushnell Park in Hartford, Connecticut, boldly broke the conventional ... Romanesque construction dedicated in 1886, was “perhaps the first permanent triumphal arch in the United States.” One of the arch’s most striking elements is a bas-relief frieze featuring life-size ... The Memorial Arch was built as a gateway to the pre-existing Park River Bridge, which was renamed the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge ...

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