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Gold Eagle

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Caption: Gold Eagle
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Copyright: © Graeme Teague 832-526-1123
AGPix ID: AGPix_GrTePh23_1012
Photo Alignment: 35mm (vertical)
Comments: Gold eagle atop one of the four columns - Cenotaph Square, World War Memorial Plaza - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Constructed in 1931 - it was designed to hold the remains of the nation's first combat death of World War I, Corporal James B. Gresham of Company F, 16th Infantry, from Evansville, Indiana. Though the Gresham family was present for the dedication of the Cenotaph in his honor, they subsequently decided that the body would remain in its original burial place in Evansville. The Cenotaph remains empty today, dedicated to all those lost in World War I. An inscription on the north side memorializes Gresham. The focal point of the square is a rectangular black granite cenotaph (raised, empty tomb) resting on a low green and red granite base that sits on a pavement of polished red and green granite squares. GTPHOTO is a brilliant knowledge/photo agency with all award winning photographers, filmmakers, authors, scientist & guides covering our world.

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